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Dr. Bilal M. Bhat (IAS) authors new book on Environment and Ecology for Civil Services Exam aspirants

Ziraat Times Team Report

Srinagar: A new fascinating new  guidebook titled “Environment and Ecology for UPSC & State Civil Services Examinations”,  authored by Dr. Bilal M. Bhat, IAS, has gone into circulation across the country.

The new book is designed  to be a guide for students preparing for the UPSC and state civil services examinations in the country.

Taking to X (Twitter), Dr Bilal Bhat wrote – “With immense gratitude, I announce the launch of my book “Environment and Ecology for UPSC CSE.” A humble effort to assist UPSC aspirants in navigating the complexities of environment and ecology.” 

Congratulating Dr Bilal on this feat, Dr Shah Faesal (IAS) wrote –

Congrats @DrBilalbhatIAS

for coming up with this excellent book. It’s going to be very useful for UPSC CSE aspirants.”

The UPSC exam is a highly competitive exam for graduates in India, who upon passing, can take up careers in the civil service, including roles like administrators, policymakers, and managers in the  government.

Based on the environment and ecology syllabus for the UPSC Civil Services Examination, the books is said to cover several aspects of environmental education and knowledge, which includes –

Environmental concepts: This section likely covers the basics of ecology, like ecosystems, biodiversity, biomes, food chains, and the importance of ecology in the UPSC syllabus.

Environmental issues: This section reflects on  various environmental challenges faced by India, such as climate change, water pollution, air pollution, waste management, and deforestation.

Conservation and sustainable development: This section is said to explore strategies for environmental conservation and the concept of sustainable development, which integrates economic development with environmental protection for future generations.

International agreements and institutions:

This UPSC syllabus aspect discusses  international agreements and institutions related to the environment, such as the Paris Agreement on climate change, the Convention on Biological Diversity, and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

Indian policies and laws: This section is said to  cover Indian policies and laws related to the environment, such as the National Green Tribunal Act, the Water Act, the Air Act, and the Forest Conservation Act.

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