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You get both PDF and DOC of Geography notes with this purchase

Geography PDF

  • 496 pages
  • 300-400 page equivalent of a standard book
  • ~50% of the space is occupied by images
  • File Size = 40 MB

Geography DOC/MS Word

  • 900 pages [Content is same in both PDF & DOC. Difference in number of pages is due to formatting style]
  • File size = 63 MB

Geography Sample Files

Geography Contents

Geomorphology

  • Earth’s Interior – Earthquake Waves – Shadow Zone
  • Earth’s Layers – Earth’s Composition
  • Earth Movements – Endogenetic Movements
  • Weathering – Exogenetic Earth Movements
  • Continental Drift Theory – Tectonics
  • See Floor Spreading – Paleomagnetism
  • Plate Tectonics – Indian Plate Movement
  • Ocean – Ocean Convergence
  • Continent – Ocean Convergence
  • Continent – Continent Convergence
  • Types of Mountains – Classification of Mountains
  • Fold Mountains – Block Mountains
  • Himalayas – Andes – Rockies – Urals – Drakensberg
  • Divergent Boundary – African Rift System
  • Volcanism – Andesitic, Basaltic – Geyser,Spring
  • Volcanic Landforms – Extrusive, Intrusive
  • Volcanism Types Based on Out Flow of Lava
  • Hotspot Volcanism – Hawaiian, Reunion Hotspot
  • Earthquakes – Seismic Waves
  • Tsunami – 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami
  • Rocks – Igneous – Sedimentary – Metamorphic
  • Fluvial Erosional Landforms – River Valley
  • Fluvial Depositional Landforms – Delta Types
  • Glacial Landforms – Erosional and Depositional
  • Marine Landforms – Coastlines
  • Arid Landforms – Wind Eroded – Water Eroded
  • Karst Landforms – Stalactite, Stalagmite
  • Lake – Classification of Lakes
  • Important Lakes on Earth – Facts About Lakes
  • Plateaus Types – Major Plateaus of The World

Climatology and Climatic Regions

  • Latitudes and Longitudes – Standard Time
  • Rotation and Revolution of Earth
  • Atmosphere – Role, Structure, Composition
  • Temperature Distribution on Earth – Heat Budget
  • Adiabatic Lapse Rate – Latent Heat of Condensation
  • Pressure Belts and Wind Systems
  • Wind Movement – Coriolis Force
  • Winds – Permanent, Secondary, Local Winds
  • Temperature Inversion – Types – Effects on Weather
  • Jet Streams – Geostrophic Wind
  • Subtropical Jet Stream – Polar Jet Stream
  • Air Mass – Air Masses Classification
  • Fronts – Types of Fronts – Occluded Front
  • Humidity – Relative Humidity – Dew point
  • Condensation – Forms of Condensation – Clouds
  • Photochemical smog – Sulfurous smog
  • Types of Precipitation and Rainfall
  • Thunderstorm – Thunder Lightning – Tornado
  • Tropical Cyclones – Favorable Conditions, Formation
  • Storm Surge – Cyclones in Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal
  • Temperate Cyclones – Mid Latitude Cyclone
  • Tropical Cyclones vs. Temperate Cyclones
  • El Nino – ENSO – La Nina – El Nino Modoki – IOD
  • Polar Vortex – Ozone Hole – Ozone Depletion
  • Rainforest Climate – Tropical Evergreen Climate
  • Monsoon Climate – Monsoon Forests
  • Savanna Climate – Tropical Wet Dry Climate
  • Desert Climate – Hot Deserts, Mid-Latitude Deserts
  • Steppe Climate – Temperate Grassland Climate
  • Mediterranean Climate – Western Margin Climate
  • China Type Climate – Gulf Type, Natal Type
  • British Type Climate – European Maritime Climate
  • Taiga Climate – Coniferous forests – Lumbering
  • Laurentian Climate | Fishing off Newfoundland, Japan
  • Tundra Climate – Polar Climate – Arctic Climate

Oceanography

  • Ocean Relief – Major Ocean Relief Features
  • Marginal Seas – Bay, Gulf, Strait, Isthmus
  • Pacific Ocean – Atlantic Ocean – Indian Ocean
  • Ocean currents – Factors responsible – Effects
  • Pacific Ocean Currents – Phytoplankton
  • Atlantic Ocean Currents – Sargasso Sea
  • Indian Ocean Currents – Effect of Monsoons
  • Temperature Distribution of Oceans
  • Ocean Salinity – Vertical, Horizontal Distribution
  • Tides | Spring Tide, Neap Tide | Tidal Bore
  • Coral Reef – Fringing Reef | Barrier Reef | Atoll
  • Coral Bleaching | Zooxanthellae

Indian Geography

  • Geography Notes PDF – UPSC IAS Civil Services Exam
  • India – Geographical Extent, Frontiers
  • Indian Rock System
  • Himalayas – Himalayan Ranges
  • Himalayas – Regional Divisions
  • Himalayas – Glaciers, Valleys, Snowline
  • Mountain Passes – India & Himalayas
  • Indo – Gangetic – Brahmaputra Plain
  • Divisions of Indo – Gangetic – Brahmaputra Plains
  • Peninsular Plateau – Deccan Plateau
  • Aravalis-Vindhyas-Satpuras-Western & Eastern Ghats
  • Coastline of India – Coastal Plains of India
  • Indian Islands – Andaman-Nicobar-Lakshadweep-New Moore
  • Drainage Patterns – Discordant-Concordant
  • Drainage Systems of India
  • Indus River System – Jhelum-Chenab-Ravi-Beas-Satluj
  • Ganga – Brahmaputra River System
  • Peninsular River System vs. Himalayan River System
  • Godavari – Krishna – Mahanadi
  • Cauvery – Pennar – Subarnarekha – Ponnaiyar – Vaigai
  • Narmada – Tapti – Sabarmati – Mahi – Luni – Ghaggar
  • Indian Monsoons – ITCZ – Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone
  • Indian Monsoon Mechanism – Jet Stream Theory
  • Indian Monsoons – Easterly Jet, Tibet, Somali Jet
  • Indian Monsoons – South West, North East Monsoons
  • Western Disturbances – Cloudburst
  • Indian Climate – Climate of India
  • Winter Season – Summer Season – Indian Climate
  • South West Monsoon Season
  • Retreating Monsoon – North East Monsoon
  • Climatic Regions of India – Stamp’s, Koeppen’s
  • Forests – Natural Vegetation of India
  • Soil Profile – Soil Horizon – Soil Types
  • Soil formation in Indian Conditions
  • Alluvial Soils – Black Soils – Soil Types
  • Red Soils – Lateritic Soils – Alkaline Soils
  • Soil Degradation -Soil Erosion – Desertification
  • Soil Conservation – Various Methods

Economic Geography

  • Iron Ore Distribution across the World
  • Iron Ore Distribution in India
  • Coal – Formation of Coal – Types of Coal
  • Coal in India – Gondwana Coal – Tertiary Coal
  • Distribution of Coal across the World
  • Petroleum and Mineral Oil in India
  • Petroleum and Mineral Oil – World distribution
  • Natural Gas Distribution – World, India
  • Shale Gas | Coalbed Methane
  • Manganese ore Distribution – India, World
  • Gold | Silver Distribution – India & World
  • Copper | Nickel | Chromite Distribution
  • Bauxite | Lead & Zinc | Tungsten | Pyrites
  • Nuclear Fission | Nuclear Reactor Types
  • Uranium | Thorium – Distribution
  • India’s Three-Stage Nuclear Power Programme
  • Diamond | Graphite – Distribution India, World
  • Mica | Limestone | Non-Metallic Minerals in India

How to approach this notes?

  • You must first analyse the previous years’ prelims and mains papers to understand the pattern and nature of questions asked from Geography.
  • Use DOC file to make short notes for quick revision for both Prelims and Mains. This way you can save a lot of time.
  • UPSC is changing the nature of the questions from year to year. There is no fixed rule. Future question papers can have predominantly Static or Dynamic knowledge based questions or a mix of both. Don’t take chances, cover both.
  • You must also focus on Environment related concepts like pollution, climate change, etc. from my Environment notes.

Is this notes useful for Geography Optional?

  • Yes, it can be quite useful for creating a good base for Geography Optional. Basics is the key to quickly grasp Physical Geography concepts.

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  1. One person found this helpful
    pkjpranav30

    5 out of 5 ONE OF THE BEST GEO NOTES EVER MADE

    pkjpranav30 (verified owner)

    I had started preparing for geo with all ncerts from 6-12. Later when I crosschecked the PYQPs to check my knowledge base I was really disappointed with my progress.Then before reading GC Leong as suggested by everyone I came across this platform and watched some of the videos regarding climatology. Believe me, I couldn’t be more happy to find all my doubts cleared in those videos. Then I went for other videos on various topics and then I was literally ecstatic to find such a wonderful compilation of all necessary concepts needed for upsc prep. This could not be better presented by any other guy or team on any known platform. Moreover when I discovered the notes and that too at such a modest rate, the respect for PMFias became more profound. Trust me geo notes with most of the content copied pasted from many sources are sold in hundreds of rupees in New Delhi bookshops but PMFias notes at such a meager amount is something which deserves accolades from all aspirants. After watching those videos, grasping geo concepts has been like a cakewalk for me. I believe every aspirant who watches even a single video of PMFias should purchase these notes just to pay tribute to the sheer hard work in the compilation of such amazing content.
    Lastly, thanks a ton for this! God bless you!

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      It was ecstatic reading your review. Thank you for such a comprehensive review and kind words. Good luck with the prep. All the best 🙂

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    Shantanu

    5 out of 5

    Shantanu (verified owner)

    Great effort at a very reasonable cost. Book is compiled in a very informative way so that the student can derive maximum advantage from prelims point of view. Points are systematically arranged. NCERT’s are very exhaustively covered in a very lucid and easy to understand language. Supporting pictures are of great help. A good book worth buying.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you very much for your detailed review Shantanu. Good luck!

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  3. One person found this helpful
    Somnath

    5 out of 5 Most comprehensive geography notes

    Somnath (verified owner)

    One of the most informative notes for geography, especially with all the detailed diagrams, maps and statistics and that too at perhaps the most reasonable price. Hope similar initiatives are taken for other subjects in the future. Thank you very much for all the work.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for your comprehensive review Somnath. Will definitely try to bring more useful content.
      Good luck!

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    Vaseem

    5 out of 5 BEST (Really BEST) Notes of Geography for GS-1

    Vaseem (verified owner)

    It was very difficult for me to study geography in piecemeal manner starting from class 6th and updating the notes everytime when I read books of higher classes. PMFIAS’s notes and videos for geography are among the best in class. I’d suggest everyone to buy these notes. Student can maximize their understanding with following :

    1. Study these notes in consultation to youtube lectures series provided by PMFIAS. (preferably watch Video lecture first and then read notes)
    2. Notes also have references and answers to some conceptual previous years questions.
    3. At times, author also tries to frame possible conceptual question and answers them – It helps expand your horizon of understanding.
    4. For many important topics, it provides ‘summary’ and ‘eloboration’ – caters the need of both categories of the person who want brief and detailed study – serves quick revision.
    5. Important terms / concept are in bold letters, making them easy to spot and focus during revision.

    Note : ‘Human Geography’ and ‘Industry Location Factor’ is not covered in these notes. If anyone know what is the best and concise source for this, pl. pl. inform.

    I wish best of luck to the author for his attempt in CSE.

    Regards.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for your comprehensive review Vaseem. I wish you a very good luck with UPSC prep 🙂
      – Coming to ‘Industrial Location Factors’ part you can refer mrunal.org/geography. I didn’t cover this part as I wouldn’t have done it any better than what mrunal has done. Why do the same work twice?
      – And coming to Human geography part, it is not explicitly mentioned in the GS mains syllabus. And in prelims hardly any questions are asked from Human Geography. But in Geography Optional HG has a determining role. But my notes is meant for GS only!

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  5. Shiv Saini

    4 out of 5 Great Work

    Shiv Saini

    Just being new to prep, Geography seem to be a big nightmare for its vastness in Pre & Mains. Reading these structured notes helped a lot. Thank you PMF… Genuinity & Credibility in your personality can be seen through your website and notes.

    Query – Being new to syllabus Can PMF tell :-
    1) Does Geography Notes(80) + Indian Geo notes(10) cover all the sub & sub sub parts of the Pre & Mains syllabus (beside Location factor) ? .. If any part remaining please tell so that I dont skip anything in such a vast syllabus and can cover from standard books.
    2) Can you tell in more detailed form How to approach notes so that a newbee can extract maximum RELEVANT info in a given time frame from your notes. Like – how maps reading to be interlinked or so, How Mrunal – Rajtnail videos can help (as I like many aspirants have already seen that), Is there a requirement to go for bulky standard books post reading notes or it is sufficient for GS Geo.

    I hope these are the questions in mind of alot of aspirants. I just expressed their concerned too..

    Please Help Sir 🙂

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Hello Shiv, thank you for your review.

      “Does Geography Notes cover all sub parts of the Pre & Mains syllabus (beside Location factor)?”
      – Yes.

      “Can you tell in more detailed form How to approach notes”
      – Read from DOC chapterwise (in the order as I have given).
      – After studying each chapter edit the DOC from Prelims and Mains perspective. Shorten it for quick revision (this will help you during prelims and mains).
      – Follow current affairs regularly and relate current affairs with the static portion (in last few mains most of the questions were current affairs related).
      – For climate change and related concepts refer my environment notes (again you should link with current affairs).
      – Don’t focus much on silly facts. Be very selective. Focus on only very import facts from each chapter (Refer previous Qps to understand the nature of questions asked).

      “Should I refer other books”
      – My notes in itself is quite extensive. I don’t think you will get enough time to refer other books.
      All the best 🙂

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  6. rohitsaraswat07

    4 out of 5

    rohitsaraswat07 (verified owner)

    Sir , notes are good. It is clearly visible that someone has worked hard on it..but i wonder that in concordant drainage pattern RESEQUENT and OBSEQUENT patterns are missing. This was d first topic i went through as it was being taught in my coaching ..although i can manage it ..but it gave me a bit dissatisfaction becoz i went through the very first topic of my notes and i found some basic elements missing…thank u

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for your feedback Rohit. I will include these topics in the never revision. If you find any other topics missing feel free to notify me at [email protected].
      Thanks and Good luck for the exam 🙂

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  7. Pawan Kumar Madhesiya

    5 out of 5 Broad and comprehensive notes.

    Pawan Kumar Madhesiya

    Excellent note made with huge effort and time with each and every related details at one place.
    Can’t get better than this. Thanks.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for your review Pawan. Good luck with CSE 🙂

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  8. 2 out of 4 people found this helpful
    venkata krishna

    5 out of 5 It's superb material

    venkata krishna (verified owner)

    It explains concepts very lucidly in simple language. I choose this as I liked the pictorial representation of concept. I am using this as my primary material for geography. Thanks for providing this good material at this cost, which is affordable.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you very much for your review Krishna. All the best 🙂

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  9. Pankaj

    5 out of 5 Crispy notes

    Pankaj (verified owner)

    Great effort at a very reasonable cost.
    Is this notes sufficient for general studies or have to read from other books also?

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for the review Pankaj.
      “Is this notes sufficient for general studies or have to read from other books also?”
      Ans: Along with this notes you should be regular with current affairs. For Industrial Locational factors you must refer mrunal.org/geography.
      All the very best for the exam 🙂

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  10. Dhanasekar

    5 out of 5 Amazing no words to express

    Dhanasekar (verified owner)

    One of the best, I appreciate your service and please provide history and economic notes.

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    • PMF IAS

      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you very much for making time to review Geography notes.
      I will try to come up with notes on other subjects as well, but not sure when!
      Good luck!

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  11. Asutosh .

    5 out of 5

    Asutosh .

    Sir please provide human geography notes.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      I am working on it. It will take time. It won’t be completed anytime soon, at least not before UPSC 2018.

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  12. Ankit

    5 out of 5 Geography notes and indian crops

    Ankit (verified owner)

    I bought this 4 months ago….After watching mrunal videos reading ur notes of same topic make me understand each topic clearly…Awsm notes made by u,specially in point format which is also easy to revise (bold letter format)
    I have a questio..I didn’t read meet geography,plz tell me if it is important to read ncert also after reading ur notes?

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for your review Ankit.
      Que: “plz tell me if it is important to read ncert also after reading ur notes?”
      Ans: Not required. I have covered NCERTs in my notes.
      Good luck!

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  13. Sunil kumar

    5 out of 5

    Sunil kumar

    Good content

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you Sunil. All the best!

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  14. Atul Kumar

    5 out of 5

    Atul Kumar (verified owner)

    Sir thank you very much. Notes are very nice and complete.All the important points of NCERT, Shankar IAS, are there l. So it’s time saving totally. Many additional points are also there which is very useful to understand the concept. After reading one or two times, it feels like, notes are made by self only.
    Plz update us about the additional notes which you will add in future.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Than you for your comprehensive review Atul. I will definitely try to bring more notes.
      All the best 🙂

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  15. Umang

    5 out of 5 Consolidated Notes.

    Umang

    Economic Geography notes are excellent.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for your review Umang. Good luck!

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    Manoj Kumar Sattawan

    1 out of 5 pathetic .....misleading ...confusing

    Manoj Kumar Sattawan (verified owner)

    yesterday i purchased these notes…..i am highly disappointed …..there is no systematic flow and pattern …..much factual than conceptual……for example…..you directly introduced atoll…..no talk about corals or reefs…..very confusing

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Hello Manoj, sorry to know that you felt the notes was “pathetic…misleading …confusing”. And the explanation you gave is “you directly introduced atoll…..no talk about corals or reefs”.

      But I think you wrote your review in haste without going through the notes fully (so you purchased the notes yesterday and you judged it in just one day! 🙁 ).

      For example ‘Coral Reefs’ and ‘Atolls’ are explained in this post in a very systemic manner. https://www.pmfias.com/coral-reef-fringing-reefs-barrier-reefs-atolls/#coral-reef. The explanation for ‘Atolls’ is given just after the explanation for ‘Coral Reefs’ https://www.pmfias.com/coral-reef-fringing-reefs-barrier-reefs-atolls/#atolls.

      In PDF G4 the explanation for ‘Coral Reefs’ starts at Page 35 and the explanation for ‘Atoll’ starts at Page 36.

      You also wrote

      – “there is no systematic flow and pattern” I completely disagree with this criticism of yours. https://www.pmfias.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Geography-Contents.pdf

      – “much factual than conceptual” May be. I will keep this in mind in the next revision.

      Hope my reply will clear your misunderstanding. In case you differ with my explanation you can write to me at [email protected]

      Good luck with CSE 🙂

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  17. Athira

    5 out of 5

    Athira (verified owner)

    Good notes. Thank you.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for your review Athira. Good luck!

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  18. yeseswi

    5 out of 5 By far the best geography material for GS

    yeseswi

    I can understand your enormous efforts to put up this stuff. thank u broda..!!

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you Yeseswi for making time to review Geography notes. Happy New Year and Good Luck!

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  19. Shraddha

    5 out of 5 Precise notes

    Shraddha (verified owner)

    I think the notes are valuable.
    Waiting for human geography notes

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for the review Shraddha.
      Human geography notes is not coming anytime soon. Sorry!
      Good luck 🙂

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  20. mihirminiworld

    5 out of 5 Excellent

    mihirminiworld (verified owner)

    Comprehensive notes with clear diagrams and pictures, useful for both mains and prelim at lowest price.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for the review Mihir. Good luck!

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  21. Last jedi

    5 out of 5 Great notes

    Last jedi (verified owner)

    I have read notes of climatology, Indian Geography and Geomorphology till now and they are really great notes. Follow these notes with pmf videos on youtube as they will help you to understand better and quickly.
    If possible buy the notes as pdf will help you to read easily and allow you to add extra information in notes.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thank you for your review. Good luck with prep!

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  22. Chirag Nihalani

    5 out of 5 Best material

    Chirag Nihalani

    Awesome understanding of concepts and a proper logical link of topics

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Appreciate your review Chirag. With your review Geography has hit a century 🙂
      Thanks and Good luck for the exam!

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  23. kiranjot kaur

    4 out of 5 geography notes

    kiranjot kaur (verified owner)

    Extremely helpful.. I was not good in geography due to lack of clarity of various concepts.but after reading and revising these notes.. I am quite confident now. Please provide notes on current issues also.

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      PMF IAS (verified owner)

      Thanks for the review Kiranjot. I can’t promise but I will try to provide relevant notes on current affairs as well. Thanks and Good luck for CSE 🙂

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  24. Susman Rajan

    5 out of 5 PMF Geography Notes

    Susman Rajan (verified owner)

    Very well structured and descriptive elucidation of concepts.

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      Thank you for your review Susman Rajan. Good luck with CSE 🙂

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  25. Ashish

    5 out of 5

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    Very comprehensive. It has got everything to help you sail through prelims and mains as far as theoretical geography is concerned.

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      Thank you for your review Ashish. Yes from static perspective of the syllabus it is quite useful. I will think about the dynamic part as well.
      All the best 🙂

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