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TSPSC Exams: No More Confusion Over Reference Books, Says Sunkkireddy

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Dr Sunkkireddy Suggests Books For TSPSC

A large number of candidates are preparing a for the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (TSPSC) examinations. There is a huge demand for syllabus and guides as students are seeking for them for reference. Students are in a rush to buy Telugu Academy books and also media is trying to provide appropriate information to the candidates.

In this case, students of TSPSC Group 1 and Group 2 were given highly informative tips by leading author Dr. Sunkireddy Naryana who spoke Oneindia Telugu. His book on the History of Telangana is authentic and provides information about the ancient history of the state.

Dr Sunkkireddy Suggests Books For TSPSC

The leading writer has suggested a few tips and reference books, read through:

For Group 1 and Group 2 exams: Telangana history is an important aspect in its syllabus. The knowledge of history is the key and the deciding factor. Hence, candidates must be more careful while preparing for history syllabus. Candidates should prepare for history in a methodical way, he/she should avoid reading from here and there instead of a pattern.

If candidates study history with an intrigue to learn our history, our roots, our culture, you can remember the specificity of history clearly. During preps students should follow chronological order. The books contains many cautions and bullet points. These points are deduced from standard books in the market. It is also necessary for candidates to study a few standard books on history available in the market.

Which books should you study?

The ancient history and the modern history of the state of Telangana must be studied. The history from Before Christ to 1948 BC is considered ancient history and from 1948 to the emergence of the Telangana state,is considered as modern history. This is in the syllabus of TSPSC.

For Ancient History and Modern History Reference Books, Click here.

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