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How to Read Geography Books? This article is a compilation of tips given by Mr. CSE 2010 in Indianofficer forum.
IO members asking me about the strategy I followed for geography. This short article is in response to those requests. I hope this will be of at least some value to future aspirants.
CSE 2010 in my first attempt. I think it is better to read the minimum possible number of books, but it should be revised regularly.
For eg: I followed only savindra singh for physical geography, and did not buy separate books for geomorphology, climatology or oceanography. I did not prepare notes from standard text books, as I felt it was redundant.
I concentrated on my class notes for proper structuring of answers. 1 or 2 figures per page. Even in questions where the need of a diagram may not be apparent, try to draw at least one.
This, I believe, leads to a better expression of an idea which is either difficult or lengthy to express in words. I notched up 11 correct locations out of 15 given in the question. Eg: I put aside 10 minutes for a 20 marker. Even this strategy failed me in Geo paper 1 as I was not able attempt around 15-20 marks.
For eg: problems of agro industries are related to geomorphology, climate, transportation, quality of manpower etc. You can opt for either a bright or dull prospect, but substantiate the stand.
Mock tests conducted by Shankar sir, followed by individual correction sessions greatly refined the quality of my answers. I mainly relied on my preparation for GS.
The list is definitely not exhaustive, but i have tried to be just to your need. I do not know about Hindi medium books in geo, because i wrote the exam in English. You can definitely buy that. 12th geo will also be available in Hindi.
As for other books, i’ve no idea. Majid Hussain’s books under Tata MAcgrawhill Publication are usually available in Hindi as well. Missing topics can be read from spectrum’s geography.