Read it by line to line. It takes times to cover first reading of entire book. In second reading try to consolidate it. Best part is mock questions at the end of book to assess your learning. Here are some guidelines to start with. First read Ncert books of polity.
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Loading… A very important question for all the starters. Governance in India by Laxmikanth is a mandate dose for all the aspirants. Therefore, one must approach it with care, as it will form your base to read other information. Here is what you must do; Read one chapter at a time: Do not chase the book to complete it, rather go slowly and understand it. Make Notes: It will be pointless, in-fact useless, to study without making notes.
Makes sense? As far as the governance in India is concerned, concentrate on the initial chapters before you turn to the advanced chapters. Revise: This must be the unsaid rule for all your preparation. Revise, Revise and Revise. Note: Laxmikanth is great for the starters, and is only preferred to grasp the conceptual understanding. To prepare for the exam—you must prefer ARC reports, a much concise resource to prepare. Only go for the ARC reports after you understand the concepts and jargons that the subject uses, or else, the entire subject will look like an animal you have never seen.
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