IAS officer Rajeshwari shared the books from which he prepared for UPSC, see full list

UPSC exam is one of the toughest exams. Many books must be read in preparation for this exam. Recently, IAS officer Rajeshwari B took to Twitter a few days ago to share some photos of UPSC books and notes, which she was preparing to crack the civil service exam.

She wrote on World Book Day: “When I went home recently, I found my books and notes that I used for my UPSC preparation”.

Let us know the list of books Rajeshwari B shared.

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– Indian Constitution at work

– Indian Foreign Policy (Venkata Mohan)

– A History of Political Theory (George M Sabine, Thomas L Thorson)

– Introduction to the Constitution of India (Dr. Durga Das Basu)

– Local Government in India (Lakshmi Narain Agarwal)

– India’s Foreign Policy

– Political theory (VD Mahajan)

– Political Theory – Ideas and Concept (Sushila Ramaswamy)

– State Budget in India – An Analysis (SP Ganguly)

– Grammar of Politics (Surjeet Publications)

– Indian Government and Politics (JC Juhani)

– The Argumentative Indian (Amartya Sen)

– 50 classic philosophy classics (Tom Butler Bowdon)

– Writing exercise book for IAS Mains

– History of Asia

– India practical thinking

– Default abbreviated dictionary

– Sanskrit is fun

– NCERT books for grades 9 to 12 for science, political science, economics, biology

Know about Rajeshwari

Rajeshwari B is a 2011 IAS officer of the Jharkhand cadre, who is known as a pioneer in combating the challenges of COVID-19.

He completed his secondary education at Coorg Public School (COPS), Gonikoppal. After that he went to Marimalllappa College, Mysore.

His father k. Bhimappa is from Jade village in Shivamogga and his mother B. Ratna is from Hubli. He has two siblings Bharat and Manjunath.

Rajeshwari’s father worked in the excise department and thanks to his support and encouragement, she started preparing for the civil service. Let me tell you, Rajeshwari is married to a businessman from Maharashtra and they also have a son.

Let us tell you, he is currently posted as MNREGA Commissioner in Jharkhand. Along with several other officials, he has come up with several innovative ideas to help his district overcome the COVID-19 crisis. Which made her very popular.

Sneha Mishra
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