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GENERAL STUDIES-IV (ETHICS, INTEGRITY AND APTITUDE) CIVIL SERVICES (MAIN) EXAMINATION

Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude (General Studies Paper-IV) is a comprehensive book for UPSC and State PSC aspirants. Mapped exactly to the syllabus, it covers ethics, attitude, aptitude and foundation values for CS in general and in public administration, concept of EI, contributions of moral thinkers and philosophers, probity in governance, and related concepts.

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AUTHOR THORPES EDUCATION
publisher LexisNexis
TITLE GENERAL STUDIES-IV (ETHICS, INTEGRITY AND APTITUDE) CIVIL SERVICES (MAIN) EXAMINATION
ISBN13 9789351435792
Publication Year 2015
ISBN10  9351435792
LANGUAGE English
Number of Page 998
Edition 2015
BINDING Paperback

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Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude (General Studies Paper-IV) is a comprehensive book for UPSC and State PSC aspirants. Mapped exactly to the syllabus, it covers ethics, attitude, aptitude and foundation values for CS in general and in public administration, concept of EI, contributions of moral thinkers and philosophers, probity in governance, and related concepts.

Key Features
• Divided into four parts: topic review, R3 reading technique, case studies,
and format-driven question bank
• Provides additional study material on ethical aptitude
• Offers a separate chapter on attributes important for public service and
ethical problem solving
• Presents strategies for writing a UPSC Main examination
• Solved 2013 and 2014 UPSC Civil Services Main examination papers

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GENERAL STUDIES-IV (ETHICS, INTEGRITY AND APTITUDE) CIVIL SERVICES (MAIN) EXAMINATION

GENERAL STUDIES-IV (ETHICS, INTEGRITY AND APTITUDE) CIVIL SERVICES (MAIN) EXAMINATION

Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude (General Studies Paper-IV) is a comprehensive book for UPSC and State PSC aspirants. Mapped exactly to the syllabus, it covers ethics, attitude, aptitude and foundation values for CS in general and in public administration, concept of EI, contributions of moral thinkers and philosophers, probity in governance, and related concepts.