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Registration Link  Geography Optional for IAS, UPSC, Civil Services Examination in Delhi is one of the most popular options. It owes this to its multidisciplinary characteristics. The semi-scientific nature of the discipline makes it scoring as well as easily adaptable for the aspirants with different educational backgrounds. This is the only optional with maximum importance in general studies.(Main & Prelims).Latest Book List Optional Geography Refer by Neetu Singh mam’s

Why Best Optional : Because it has consistent result. For the last 23 (Since 2001) years Geography Optional has proved to be the most selected and most successful optional. 100% COVERAGE of syllabus in a specified period of time

Pros. and Cons. of taking Geography Optional for UPSC Exam

Pros & Cons of Geography Optional

Taking Geography as an optional subject for the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) Civil Services Examination has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Here are the pros and cons of choosing Geography as an optional subject:

Geography Syllabus

Geography as a subject has vast syllabus. To succeed, you will need to stick to the curriculum. Reading sensibly in context of India as a part of the globe should be the main aim behind studying the subject. A sound study of the topics given below should see you well prepared. Topper Strategies :

Paper - I: Fundamental of Geography

The topics: Geomorphology, Climatology, Oceanography,
Biogeography and Environment Geography are the true scientific headings.
They also form the most fundamental avenue of the study.

Paper - II: Geography of India

This is the application paper or regional approach paper with two sections though the
division is different from Paper I. Physical Geography is the only physical topic,
the others are application or regional approach subjects.