The UPSC allows applicants to sit the Civil Services Exam in either English or any of the Indian languages mentioned in the Indian Constitution’s 8th Schedule. Despite the fact that the majority of aspirants take the IAS Exam (Main) and the interview in English, several aspirants also choose Hindi.
The market is flooded with UPSC Prelims test books in Hindi; nevertheless, choosing the finest books from an exam viewpoint is crucial. In this article, you will get the UPSC Hindi medium topper list 2020 to 2021.
UPSC Hindi Medium Topper List
The Hindi medium’s UPSC result, on the other hand, is improving over time. Check out the following is a Hindi medium topper list 2020 to 2021.
|Hindi Medium Topper in UPSC||All India Rank|
|KM Priyanka||AIR 121|
|Sunil Kumar||AIR 246|
|Girdharilal Meena||AIR 387|
|Bhanu Pratapa Singh||AIR 372|
|Devendra Prakash Meena||AIR 471|
|Anand Kumar Singh||AIR 533|
|Sunil Dhanwanta||AIR 683|
|Aman Kumar Jha||AIR 400|
The reason for the lower number of applicants picked from Hindi Medium in UPSC is unknown. It is believed by supporters that this is due to UPSC’s poor Hindi translation of test questions.
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UPSC Hindi Medium Books 2020 – 2021
|Class||Subjects||NCERT Books in Hindi|
|Class 9||Social Sciences||Loktantrik Rajniti|
|Samakalin Bharat I|
|Bharat Aur Samkalin Vishwa I in Hindi PDF|
|Class 10||Social Sciences||Bharat Aur Samakalin Vishwa Part-II|
|Arthik Vikas Ki Samajh|
|Class 11||Economics||Bhartiya Arthavyavastha Ka Vikas|
|Geography||Bhartiya Bhautik Paryavaran|
|Bhugol Mein Prayogatmak Karya|
|Bhautik Bhugaul Ke Mool Siddhanth|
|World History||Vishwa Itihas Ke Kuch Vishay|
|Political Science||Bharat ka Sanvidhan, Siddhanth Aur Vyahvahar|
|Samaj ka Bodh|
|Class 12||Economics||Parichayaatmak Vyashti Arthashastra|
|Parichayaatmak Sukshma Arthashastra|
|Geography||Manav Bhugaul Ke Moola Siddhantha|
|Bharat Log Aur Arthvyavastha|
|History||Bhartiya Itihas Ke Kuch Vishay Bhag-I|
|Bhartiya Itihas Ke Kuch Vishay Bhag-II|
|Bhartiya Itihas Ke Kuch Vishay Bhag-III|
|Polity||Samkalin Vishwa Rajniti|
|Swatantra Bharat Mein Rajniti Bhag-II|
|Bharat Mein Samajik Parivartan Aur Vikas|
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Preparation Tips for Hindi Medium UPSC
The UPSC exam is India’s most prominent exam. This exam attracts students from all walks of life who hope to pass it and obtain the profession of their dreams. Many Hindi-medium aspirants, on the other hand, are concerned about whether or not they will be able to pass a challenging exam like the UPSC because of their medium. It’s a common misconception that English-medium pupils do better than Hindi-medium kids.
When taking the CSE test, the only thing that really matters is how well you are prepared. Students from all media, including English, Hindi, and regional languages, have an equal chance of passing the test. Students must, however, take an English language test that is qualifying in character and must be administered entirely in English. The remaining papers can be taken in Hindi. Examine prior year’s English papers to see what types of questions were asked in the past.
Don’t be afraid of English; instead, attempt to expand your vocabulary by reading more. You may read English papers, which will benefit you in 2 ways: they will help you expand your vocabulary and keep you up to speed on current events.
If you need a confidence boost, go through the list of previously picked Hindi-medium aspirants. It will teach you that if you do have enough belief and are willing to work hard for your goal, the medium will never be a hindrance.
After English, Hindi is the 2nd most popular medium of choice among IAS candidates in the CSE. In the UPSC mains, many applicants choose Hindi as an optional subject. In addition, there is a mandatory Indian language paper in the mains. Candidates for the Hindi medium should carefully seek out and update their knowledge of current events from reputable sources. Hindi Literature is one of the 48 optional courses included in the UPSC mains exam.
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