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go to link Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) is a body established under article 315 of the constitution. It is responsible for recruitment and selection of class 1 & 2 officers for the most vibrant state of India. It conducts a variety of examinations for recruitment in Gujarat government. For more information Click Here GPSC

http://url.com GPSC Class 1 & 2 exams are the apex level exams. Candidates who pass these exams are given posts in Gujarat administrative services like Dy. Collector, DySP (Deputy Supritendent of Police), District Registrar (DR), Mamlatdar, Section Officer, Taluka Development Officer (TDO), Civil Supply Officer, District Inspector of Land Records (DILR) among others. This is a three tier exams: Prelims Mains and Interview. Preliminary exams is conducted in Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) format. After clearing Prelims, students are called for mains examinations. It is written exams with strict word limits. Last stage is called as Interview or Personality Test. Here a candidate is called for interview in front of GPSC interview board.

key GPSC Dy Mamlatdar and DySO examination are conducted frequently. It gives opportunity to the aspirant to serve in various departments of Sachivalay and field.

key In order to recruit the officers in Gujarat GPSC is also conducting various examinations from time to time for various posts like Police Inspector Class 2, Chief Officer of nagarpalika, Asst. Professors, Asst Engineers, ACF/RFO among others.

key Candidates interested in joining this service may fill online examination form from this link: Ojas.

watch LAKSH Career Academy provides quality coaching for the aspirants of GPSC exams. Foundation Course is designed to help candidates in clearing GPSC prelims exams as well as it covers variety of class 3 exams. This course is designed to address variety of candidates from first year college students to post graduate candidates. Our past results has proved that LAKSH CAREER ACADEMY is the best GPSC coaching classes in Ahmedabad. Hundreds of candidates who join our training programme also experiences that LAKSH Career Academy is the best among GPSC classes in Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar.

Salient Features:

  • Coaching in small group batches of SUPER 30 rather than large general batches.
  • Personalised attention on each candidate.
  • Specialised books & material included in the course. This material is prepared by an expert keeping the latest trend in competitive exams in mind. Best reference books of the market are also included. Besides material @ LAKSH is exclusive. It is not sellable to others.
  • Test Series to access the performance of the students. Tests are of two types: Module Test (topic to topic) & full length test. Test series in unlimited. A student can always give any no. of tests.
  • Free library & reading room facility for LAKSH students. More than 350 books are kept in the library to update the knowledge of the aspirant. Besides latest newspapers, magazines & periodicals are also brought. One can come for the reading room from 8:00am to 9:00pm. It is open all 7 days a week.
  • Coaching in English & Gujarati medium.
  • State of the art infrastructure & AC smart classroom facility. Most subjects are taught on power point presentation, audio & video with the most Techno-savvy methods.
  • Teaching by best resource persons including senior IAS/IPS officers and SPIPA faculties.
  • Coaching available for important optional subjects like public administration, Geography, Gujarati Literature.
  • Mock interview by experts
  • Lifetime Validity facility for hardworking & sincere students.
  • Key subjects are taken by the Director of LAKSH Career Academy Sri. Hiren Dave Sir
  • Free Demo Class available before securing admission.

Institute Timing

enter site Institute is open for inquiry on all working days.
Timing for inquiry and counselling is Monday to Saturday 10:00am to 7:00pm. But prior appointment by call is advisable to save time.
Batch timing vary from time to time.
Various batches are running starting from 8:00am to 8:00pm like
Monday to Friday- 8:00am to 10:00am
Monday to Friday- 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Monday to Friday- 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Training Faculty

Course training is provided by reknown faculty members of Gujarat. We have a team of faculty members. Some of them are subject expers and academicians. Some of them includes senior or newly recruited civil servants. A large number of guest faculties are also visiting the institute from time to time. GPSC information in Gujarati and English is available only @ LAKSH: Guest Faculties Photos. Key subjects are taken by our Director Mr. Hiren Dave Sir: click here

FAQ

1. Some tips for GPSC exams?

Ans:- GPSC exams are aligning itself to the UPSC. So prepare more analytically then factually, if you are preparing analytically it will help you a lot.

Focus more on Gujarat then less of India because you are going to stay under the government of Gujarat so that is going to matter a lot.

Rather than reading a number of different books focus on the books which are recommended by the government of Gujarat. (For example -GCERT book and the books which are developed by Gujarat University Granth Nirman board etc.) that will help a lot. For more information you can visit here:-Master Guide GPSC Exams.

2. What is the paper style of GPSC exam?

Ans:- The medium of the examination shall be English and Gujarati. Gujarati and English Papers in Mains Exam shall be in a respective language only. In case of the question of interpretation of syllabus, the interpretation of the English shall be final.

The first examination will be Prelims exams and MCQ type. The paper should be in the two way General Studies-1 and General studies-2. And total marks is 400, both paper conducting 200 marks each. In general studies-1 the topics are History, Cultural History, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice, International Relations, and General Mental Ability. And in General Studies-2 the topics are Indian Economy and Planning, Geography, Science and Technology, Current Events of Regional, National and International Importance.

Then after comes Mains examination in this all paper are descriptive. The total marks is 900. In mains examination first the Gujarati paper, English paper, Essay paper, General Studies-1, General studies-2, General studies-3, each paper conducting 150 marks. General studies-1 topics are History of India, Cultural Heritage, and Geography. General studies-2 topics are Indian Polity and Constitution, Public Administration and Governance, Ethics in Public Service. General studies-3 topics are Science and Technology, Indian Economy and Planning, Current Events of Regional, National and International Importance.

The candidates who are declared qualified in Mains Examination goes for the Personality Test. The total marks for Personality Test is 100. So the mains and personality test total will be 1000 marks.
For more information you can visit here:-How To Prepare For GPSC Exam.

3. Which are the GPSC Interview question and Interview tips?

Ans:- Interview is a personality test. It is not just interviewing but it is an assessment of whole personality. GPSC interview is not the right term but the more important term is its P.T. or Personality test.

So GPSC board meets the candidates and try to see or try to judge the personality of the candidates that what the suitability of so and so candidates to be an officer. So it is the test to judge the various traits of candidates that how a person is suitable. So they judge the confidence, they the ability to interact, and presentation and communication skills.

Generally, candidates understand and interpreted that it is the test of knowledge but it is not at all the test of knowledge as GPSC board believe that as they have conducted prelims and mains examination so you are sound in the knowledge then only you reach in the interview.

So it is actually a test that how you interact with the board, your ability to handle pressure because in government job when you are going to be then you will be handling a lot of stress and pressure.

So candidates should have that capability, your capability of handling variety of situation, your biases that a candidate should be free from biases like any person coming to your office whether the person is rich or poor whether the person as belonging to caste and community any section you should be treated as per the law you should you should over and above the biases and influence.
So this trick is there then you can always be selected question are ask on the bases of this particular things and they try to judge you.

Generally, they ask the question regarding your test why you want to join the services, what is your education background from that they can ask what other career option is there so they try to make the comparison that why you want to come to this services.
Then they also ask question like you prelims and mains examination like for example which where optional subject but nowadays optional subject is no more so in the general studies various areas are there, question from current events also ask so any national and international current issue which is high at that time they ask question from that area also.

So if you are doing whether a government job or a private job so the question will be asked from your job profile law and regulation any current police from the government are there then that kind of things.
Then there is some situation question suppose you are posted as DYSP so what will you do in particular situation that kind of things will be there.

There also some question regarding to your job preferences suppose somebody has given 1st priority to DYSP, not deputy collector then they may ask your question that why you are taking DYSP as the 1st preference as you are giving a satisfactory answer you can always get the good selection and you can always get good marks.For more information you can visit:- Personality development & interview techniques .

4. How do I prepare for the GPSC Prelims- Class 1 & 2 in two months if I have good grasping power? Are there any highly recommended books?

Ans:- It is very difficult to crack GPSC class 1 & 2 exams but not impossible. So prepare more analytically then factually, if you are preparing analytically it will help you a lot.

Focus more on Gujarat then less of India because you are going to saw under the government of Gujarat so that is going to matter a lot.

In the current perspective following books and material can be helpful.
 Samanya Gyan by Hiren Dave
 Navneet General Knowledge
 Gujarat Ni Asmita by Rajni Vyas
 GCERT/NCERT textbooks
 78 Solved Papers by Hiren Dave
 Indian Polity by M Lakshmikanth
 Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh
 Gujarat and National Budget and Economic Survey
 India Year Book
 Websites of Government of India and Government of Gujarat
 Oxford School Atlas
 Gujarat Ni Bhugol by Manjulaben Dave
 Bharat Ni Bhugol by Dr Y P Pathak
 Bhautik Bhugol by Prof.Jasani and Prof.Shah
 For Current Affairs-Any one of (The Hindu, Indian Express); any one of (Gujarat Samachar and Divya Bhaskar) Newspaper.

Besides always have a habit of pasting syllabus in front of your study table, read-only syllabus portion from the above books and also check past papers from 78 solved papers to assess and judge the level of the exams.

5. Important notice for recruitment?

Ans:- Important notice for recruitment are there and government is the large recruitment to the country so you can always go for the selection of the public sector government sector to get the recruitment you can visit our website you can come to LAKSH CAREER ACADEMY also beside to get the recruitment and recruitment idea you can visit the official website of the government that is UPSC.

UPSC which is union public service commission it takes an examination for all India services and center class-1 services. You can go to the websit www.upsc.gov.in. . And you can also see the various advertisement day by day.

Then there is Central government recruitment for SSC (STAFF SELECTION COMMISION) you can go to the website to fill the form and other information www.ssconline.nic.in.
.As further like this only RRB, you can go to the website www.rrbrecruitment.co.in.

GPSC which is state level for a various state. There are various state service also there. So at Gujrat level, there is OJAS you can also focus on the ojas.gujarat.gov.in.

For bank level recruitment examinations you can search the website www.ibps.in.. So this kind of recruitment’s is there.

6. Which is the best one-liner question and answer book for the GPSC exam?

Ans:- The best one linear books for GPSC exams preparation is rather than reading number of different books focus on the books which are recommended by the government of Gujarat. (For example:-GCERT book and the books which are develop by Gujarat University Granth Nirman board, NCERT etc.) that will help a lot.

7. Let’s say I’m in a master’s course and during that I have cleared the GPSC. Can I take a 1-year delay in joining for the completion of my master’s?

Ans:-Post graduation is not necessary for the GPSC exam. When GPSC exam take place everybody is treated as par whether you are science, commerce, art or any background. Or you clear your graduation with 35% or you are pass out from IIT or IIM everybody is treated at par. Post graduation will not make any difference.

Important thing is that everything which matter in civil service is seniority. If you enter early in civil services you have early possibilities to get faster promotion because whose who enter the age of 21 to 25 they get possibility something top most post are only possible them.

If you are still interested in pursuing higher education then in the civil services there is ample scope to do. Government is providing study leave & you can do post graduation from India as well as abroad. So this is actually better alternative.

8.Which are the best books for general studies for gpsc exam?

Ans:- In the current perspective following books and material can be helpful.

Samanya Gyan by Hiren Dave, Navneet General Knowledge,Gujarat Ni Asmita by Rajni Vyas, GCERT/NCERT text books, 78 Solved Papers by Hiren Dave, Indian Polity by M Lakshmikanth, Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh, Gujarat and National Budget and Economic Survey, India Year Book, Websites of Government of India and Government of Gujarat, Oxford School Atlas, Gujarat Ni Bhugol by Manjulaben Dave, Bharat Ni Bhugol by Dr Y P Pathak, Bhautik Bhugol by Prof.Jasani and Prof.Shah

For Current Affairs-Any one of (The Hindu, Indian Express); any one of (Gujarat Samachar and Divya Bhaskar) Newspaper.
Besides always have a habit of pasting syllabus in front of your study table, read only syllabus portion from the above books and also check past papers from 78 solved papers to assess and judge the level of the exams. For more information you can visit:- How To Prepare For GPSC Exams

9.Which post is related to the exam for Environmental Engineering in UPSC/GPSC?

Ans:- There is examination called as Indian engineering service examination conducted by UPSC every year so all type of engineer recruited through this common examination which is Indian engineering services exam. At the state level GPSC is also conducting same exam as then when there is requirement. So GPSC is taking not only environment engineer as an assistance professor for various government colleges.

Importance of environment engineering is increase every passes day beside the environment engineer can also apply for very important service which is called as the Indian forest service. Indian forest service is going to be very standard service which a related to environment engineering.

So if you appear Indian engineering services as well as in forest services. So there is very good opportunity for environmental engineers and you can also appear general services where qualification will not be an issue any graduate can be appear like UPSC taking civil service examination GPSC taking Gujarat civil service examination for this exam also you can go further.

10.Why do people go for the UPSC or the GPSC though they have graduation in engineering or medical?

Ans:- It is very important question that will comes in any ones minds. Engineering and medical are the very good background and very intellectual students go to the courses like engineering and medical but then after completing your engineering and medical the post is given to you in the private sector it is not comparable the post given by UPSC and GPSC.

By pay scale, by power, by prestige in every way. Because first at all in your field you have limited skill, Limited potential to go but when you are in the civil services by UPSC and GPSC kind of examination you will be top of the society, you get opportunity to get change the society for the good so that is also a great satisfaction of the job which is not there in the private but the social prestige that you achieve you feel it very rewarding if you see the average engineer and doctors cannot enjoy this.

11.In the Gujarat PSC assistant engineer (civil) exam, do the papers come in the English language for non-tech?

Ans:- As far as GPSC consent presently GPSC bi angular approach that English and Gujarati both are the selected medium we can answer question either in Gujarati or English. So in the same way the assistant engineer exam also for the candidate there is sufficient option as far as exam consent knowledge is important not the language the best guide for this is notification. Any notification is declare so they give medium of question and answer or syllabus. So always go through the syllabus that will help you a lot.

12. What is a good book for motor vehicle inspector examination for GPSC?

Ans:- Motor vehicle examination for GPSC is very good examination in the RTO. It is consider as a very power fully job so firstly All the best for that it is good if you are choosing that. Other than purchasing a good book you can go through your own topics your engineering books will definitely a right guide for you. You can go through the past year GPSC question paper on that subject. And for non-technical subject you can read in the current perspective following books and material can be helpful.

Samanya Gyan by Hiren Dave, Navneet General Knowledge,Gujarat Ni Asmita by Rajni Vyas, GCERT/NCERT text books, 78 Solved Papers by Hiren Dave, Indian Polity by M Lakshmikanth, Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh, Gujarat National Budget and Economic Survey, India Year Book, Websites of Government of India and Government of Gujarat, Oxford School Atlas, Gujarat Ni Bhugol by Manjulaben Dave, Bharat Ni Bhugol by Dr Y P Pathak, Bhautik Bhugol by Prof.Jasani and Prof.Shah

For Current Affairs-Any one of (The Hindu, Indian Express); any one of (Gujarat Samachar and Divya Bhaskar) Newspaper.
Besides always have a habit of pasting syllabus in front of your study table, read only syllabus portion from the above books and also check past papers from 78 solved papers to assess and judge the level of the exams.

13.Which is the best book for Assistant Civil Engineering for GPSC Class 2?

Ans:- Don’t rely on particular book which is having title like GPSC and civil services because that kind of books are not so well. Rather than book what you can do through your own civil engineering syllabus you have at least gone for four year study of civil engineering. Go through your own books which you have referred you have already read it for four years you have more mysteries on that you can also go through with the syllabus of GPSC assistance civil engineering post and in that syllabus they mention a particular area. So on that areas you can referred and then you can solve the past paper of GPSC so that can be a best approach for the GPSC.

14. What are the posts for a fresher computer engineer in GPSC, other than lecturer posts?

Ans:- Computer engineer got a job like assistance engineers in the government. The government is carried out large e-governs projects are g-swan, e-gram like many other projects in all of that cases that are required. Beside police also need certain kind of people like cyber crime and other things. So significant of computer engineer is increase in the all the arena of the government. So you can keep on checking the GPSC website there is different notification issued as and when the requirement is occurred.

15. Does the Gujarat government recruit mechanical engineers through the Gujarat Engineering Services (GES) or GPSC?

Ans:- Yes mechanical engineers are having very good scope they can work as a assistance professor they also give opportunity to work as Gujrat engineering services, beside they also have opportunity to work in the RTO inspector. So there are plenty of opportunity for them mechanical engineers services can also appear in the forest ministry and environment exam like the post of assistance conservative of forest and range of forest officer so this kind of wide opportunity are available for the mechanical engineering candidates. Beside they can also appear as non-technical services like deputy collector, DYSP and others so in that way you can always go through any of this thing.

16. Where are the coaching classes conducted in Gujarat for GPSC Engineering Services?

Ans:- GPSC engineer service are diversities services but all the GPSC coaching institute as more focus as non-technical subject then the technical subject. So for the technical you can better refer to your own study material and books that you gone through the engineering level as war as the non-technical subject.

17. Which is the best book for ethics and public administration for GPSC?

Ans:- Now a days GPSC as started considering this kind of new subject which is base on UPSC pattern but the books are not good which is available in Gujrat so you can refer books like public administration by laxmi kant and same way you can refer any good material of UPSC level for ethics and public administration because they give you broad conceptual idea and that will can be digest and reproduce in GPSC exam so that will be the right way to get the answer.

18. Who can select the chairman of the GPSC?

Ans:- Chairman of GPSC is appointed by a honorable government of state and the post of chairman and member of GPSC are constitution post they are appointed under article 315 of the constitution so it is very high post they are protective by the constitution there salary and allowance are charge on the consolidated fund of the state during term there salary cannot decrease besides GPSC chairman are wasted with wide power that even government of day cannot interfere in their functioning. After completing there services as chairman of the state public commission the person cannot work at any post with the government of the state . So it will be the last dealing of the government the government of the state appoint the chairman of GPSC but no power to remove them they can only be removed by the president of India. So they are having very wide power and they are beyond control of the state government.

19. What is the scope for someone in the GPSC in mechanical engineering?

Ans:- For mechanical engineers there are very good scopes. As presently GPSC has conducting assistance professor examination for mechanical engineers beside they can also get the work to assistance engineers in the different department of govt of Gujarat. Government recruit large number of mechanical engineers as assistance engineers. The most important and powerful post is that of the R.T.O inspector. So in the R.T.O there are inspector who are recruited and has are wasted with the wide power because all the registration various vehicles and approval everything is depended on them so all the automobiles company also directly indirectly control by them. R.T.O inspector is very powerful post they are recruited through GPSC and only mechanical engineers qualify in to that. Not only this beside there are general examination of class-1 and class-2 that GPSC conduct once every two year and mechanical engineers appear in those examination also.

20. Is it true there will be no optional subject in the GPSC from 2017?

Ans:- Yes it is completely true the optional subject is removed from GPSC in the prelims all paper are compulsory in the mains there are 6 paper one is Gujarati language, Second is English, Third is Essay paper, And there is three paper of General studies paper 1, 2 and 3. So optional subject are already remove so don’t worry you don’t need to prepare for optional subject.

21. Which posts are given after passing the UPSC and GPSC in the police department?

Ans:- If you clear UPSC you are given cadet of IPS (INDIAN POLICE SERVICE) whenever you go in the IPS you will be passing in the training. After training your first posting is assistance superintended of police which would be a very short period then you will posted as a superintended of police. All the person over and above S.P are the IPS officer, So S.P then DIG then IGP then additional DG and DGP are the cadet which are hold by IPS officer in journal. As far as GPSC consent GPSC is taking variety of exam out which class1 and class2 post is DYSP that is deputy superintended of police but then DYSP after around 8 years you can promoted to the IPS. Secondly now a day GPSC has conducting new type of examination which is direct like police inspector examination. Here you are posted as a police inspector it is class 2 post after some year you are promoted as DYSP then you can also be promoted from IPS which is given from UPSC.

22. How should I prepare for the GPSC interview for the post of ICT Officer, Class 2?

Ans:- ICT officer is interpreted as a information and communication technology officer. So in that case interview is the personality test you can prepare about your profile, your job experience if you have any job experience they will ask maximum question about your work and experience. Question will be two type one will be the technical question and rest of the question will be non-technical which is going to about your know personality hobby past experience your education your district your natives and the current affair so this thing is sufficient for the whole exam.

23. What would be the cut-off for the GPSC GAS Class 1 and the Gujarat Civil Service Class 1 and Class 2 Prelims 2017?

Ans:- See you should not focus on the cut-off but you try to prepare you level best because cut-off will vary every year. A cut-off depend upon number of post if number of post are high so cut-off will be low. Secondly it is also depend on the toughness of the question paper if question paper is tough cut-off will be low if question paper is easy so cut-off will go up. So in that way they should depend upon will vary don’t worry about that always try to better then the rest of the cloud you will be always get the better opportunity. It is competitive exam it is not a university exam where you will passed at 35% so come out of that mentality.

24. How is the syllabus of GPSC similar to UPSC CSE exam?

Ans:- GPSC is the state level and UPSC is the central level examination. But most of the topic like history, geography, polity, economic, public administration and ethic are taken in the syllabus based on the UPSC exam. So it is like you prepared to climb Mountain Everest you can easily climb to Girnar so if you are good as a UPSC you can easily clear GPSC.

25. What will be the salary of a GPSC class-1 officer after seventh pay commission?

Ans:- There is no unified salary it is depend upon your experience, your age in class-1 also there are various cadet so it is very board spectrum. But it is getting dignified salary that is 70 80 thousand + a lot of perks of government like you can say government quarters, car driver, and many other things so as war as government post are consent salary is not criteria to judge it is a very broad thing and cover a lot of thing including salary, stratification, diversity job profile power prestige etc if you consider GPSC then it is completely you should judge it differently from private job criteria.

26. Are the previous year’s questions repeated in the GPSC prelims exam?

Ans:- It is not compulsory that the previous exam question is repeated in further examination. So prepare more analytically then factually, if you are preparing analytically it will help you a lot.

Focus more on Gujarat then less of India because you are going to saw under the government of Gujarat so that is going to matter a lot.

If you are not going for coaching class you can also follow you tube channel Laksh career academy by Hiren Dave in this you can find many video regarding all competitive exams so this is beneficial to you a lot.

27. Can we appear for GPSC exams after LLB?

Ans:- Yes, definitely you can appear in GPSC exam after your LLB. Eligibility for this is candidate must have Graduation from any recognized university.

28. Can I take the GPSC in English? Is it okay if I do not know Gujarati?

Ans:- Yes definitely, you can take the GPSC exam in english, from now the GPSC exam will be conduct in two language English and Gujarat.

29. Do GPSC exam papers come in English?

Ans:- Yes from now GPSC exam papers will come in English and Gujarati Both language.

30. What is the difference between a mamlatdar and a tehsildar?

Ans:- Mamlatdar is the term which is saying in Gujarat where is in hindi speaking state the some person is called as tehsildar so it is not different it is same thing.

31. Do anyone know the new system of the GPSC?

Ans:- Yes GPSC has started a new system and it is replication of UPSC. Here also there are 3 level of examination Prelims, Mains and Interview. The medium of the examination shall be English and Gujarati. Gujarati and English Papers in Mains Exam shall be in respective language only. In case of question of interpretation of syllabus, the interpretation of the English shall be final.

The first examination will be Prelims exams and MCQ type. The paper should be in the two way General Studies-1 and General studies-2. And total marks is 400, both paper conducting 200 marks each. In general studies-1 the topics are History, Cultural History, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice, International Relations, and General Mental Ability. And in General Studies-2 the topics are Indian Economy and Planning, Geography, Science and Technology, Current Events of Regional, National and International Importance.

Then after comes Mains examination in this all paper are descriptive. The total marks is 900. In mains examination first the Gujarati paper, English paper, Essay paper, General Studies-1, General studies-2, General studies-3, each paper conducting 150 marks. General studies-1 topics are History of India, Cultural Heritage, and Geography. General studies-2 topics are Indian Polity and Constitution, Public Administration and Governance, Ethics in Public Service. General studies-3 topics are Science and Technology, Indian Economy and Planning, Current Events of Regional, National and International Importance.

The candidates who are declared qualified in Mains Examination goes for the Personality Test. This is three level process which is nearly far with the UPSC.

32. What is the difference between GPSC after BAMS and GPSC after BHMS?

Ans:- See friends, You can give GPSC (Gujarat Public Service Commission) after your bachelor degree so GPSC after BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) and GPSC after BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine And Surgery) are the bachelor degree so you can complete your graduation then you can give your GPSC exams.

33. Can I crack GPSC Class 1 in 6 Month?

Ans:- Yes definitely if you work hard you can easily crack GPSC class-1 in 6 month. Focus more on Gujarat then less of India because you are going to stay under the government of Gujarat so that is going to matter a lot.

Rather than reading number of different books focus on the books which are recommended by the government of Gujarat. (For example:-GCERT book and the books which are develop by Gujarat University Granth Nirman board etc.) that will help a lot.

34. What should I have to prepare for the GPSC exam in the last week?

Ans:- See don’t get stress so much prepare more analytically which subject or topic is remaining take it first and complete it then take another one. If you prepare all syllabus then take subject in which you think that you have to prepare more.

35. What are the qualifications required for GPSC?

Ans:- Gujarat Public Service Commission conducts tests mainly for recruiting qualified candidates to various Civil services of Gujarat State. The minimum qualification required for the GPSC entrance exam is graduation. The minimum age limit is 21 years and the maximum is 28 years. The question paper for this exam includes two sections. The first part contains multiple choice questions and the second part is a descriptive one.

36. Are books like M. Lakshmikant, Spectrum, GC Leon, etc. relevant for GPSC preparation?

Ans:- Definitely Yes GPSC also conducting examination and they have there aspiration. Now GPSC moving towards civil service examination so there examination structure, format, Management every thing is moving in the direction of UPSC so they synchronize. Now UPSC is not asking factual question but deep analytical issues. Now GPSC also want the officer with the same type of capability and talent. so in that kind of case cap between UPSC and GPSC reducing every passing day. Syllabus is also on the very same line so in that case if you are reading this books it will definitely give you a wonderful insight but i will say with the caveat, and the caveat is that don’t read all the book just like in the raises manner but go through the syllabus of the GPSC only those thing which are in the syllabus only refer that don’t read any thing else please.