General Science For Civil Services Preliminary Examination (Paper - 1), published in 2012, comprehensively covers the syllabus of General Science, which is a compulsory subject in the Part A General Studies section of the preliminary civil services examination. Candidates can study from this book in order to be prepared for the science-based questions that are asked in the test. The course content is based on the general understanding, observations, and experiences of the aspirants. General Science For Civil Services Preliminary Examination (Paper - 1) is divided into four parts. Part A focuses on Environmental Ecology, Biodiversity And Climate Change. This section of the book contains chapters on chemical threats to biodiversity, and its saviours. Part B, titled Life Sciences, is partitioned into three sections which are Animal World, Human Genetics, and Animal Welfare. The section on Biology speaks about the origin and evolution of life. The last portion covers the Plant World, and has chapters on plant physiological processes, reproduction, and systematics. Part C deals with the fundamentals of Physics, and Information Technology. The final section introduces readers to the world of Chemistry. A few of the chapters that can be found here are Acids and Bases: The Instant Attraction, Carbon and Its Compounds, and Chemistry in Everyday Life. The last portion of the book contains five appendices. General Science For Civil Services Preliminary Examination (Paper - 1) is filled with Multiple Choice Questions. This guide is for those aspirants who do not specialize in any particular scientific discipline.

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2014