|Table of contents
|How to study Environment effectively with EduRev?
|1. Understand Environment & Ecology Syllabus and PYQs
|2. Focus on NCERTs
|3. Reference Study Material for Environment & Ecology: Shankar IAS
|4. Read Newspapers & Practice Current Affairs
|5. Perfect Your Concepts
|6. Mock Tests & Previous Year Questions:
|Other Important Links:
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There is a significant overlap in the syllabus with Geography, Science & Technology as well as current affairs. Hence, if you cover the syllabus of the environment and ecology part well, then surely, you’ll have an edge in the other subjects as well.
Go through the syllabus of Environment & Ecology and try to learn it so as to map the topics in your mind. By doing so, you will be able to filter out irrelevant study material and keep your preparation focused. All the topics mentioned in the syllabus are covered in the course Environment & Ecology for UPSC CSE.
You can check the detailed syllabus of Environment & Ecology here and the last 10-years of UPSC Prelims & Mains papers from here - UPSC Previous Year Question Papers and can also refer to the topic-wise questions of Environment & Ecology from the last 25-years here.
Environment and Ecology course on EduRev
Shankar IAS on Environment can be used to strengthen the foundation along with NCERT (Class 12 Biology). Both the books are enough to cover the static portion as more questions are asked from Current Affairs Section, so you need to focus on Current Affairs section more. So, first read Shankar IAS for concepts and then go through current affairs and interlink the concepts of current affairs with Shankar IAS.
EduRev offers a course of summaries & MCQ Tests of various important books for UPSC, which covers summaries & MCQ tests of Shankar IAS notes.
Summaries & Tests are available for all the topics of Shankar IAS notes on EduRev
Current affairs are another important area with respect to environment and ecology topics. Read editorials from the Hindu and articles from monthly magazines like Yojana and Kurukshetra and prepare notes from them. Next, keep revising them to retain the concepts.
You can refer to the course of Current Affairs & Hindu Analysis: Daily, Weekly & Monthly to cover the Current Affairs portion well.
Perfect your concepts and master the subjects through Video Lectures, Notes & MCQ tests.
Once you are thorough with the basic understanding of the concepts through NCERTs, you should continue the learning with the videos. You can find video lectures under each topic in the videos section here
EduRev UPSC experts have prepared notes in a structured manner with well-explained images to help you understand the topics and cover all its aspects. It is a great way to revise what you have already learned through the NCERTs and videos. You can find detailed notes under each topic in the docs section here
MCQ tests on all the important topics and sub-topics of polity are available on EduRev. These tests will help you to self-evaluate and check, how strong your grasp is on a particular topic. You can find MCQ tests under each topic in the tests section here
Similar to Environment, there are courses for other subjects as well available under the EduRev Infinity plan -
History for UPSC CSE, Geography for UPSC CSE, Indian Polity for UPSC CSE, Science & Technology for UPSC CSE, Economy for UPSC CSE & others.
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|1. How can I effectively study Environment and Ecology with EduRev?
|2. Which study material should I refer to for Environment and Ecology?
|3. How can reading newspapers and practicing current affairs help in studying Environment?
|4. Why is it important to focus on NCERT textbooks for studying Environment?
|5. How can mock tests and previous year questions help in studying Environment?