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What are some very useful mnemonics for the
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You’re going to remember Parts and Schedules of the constitution, Countries is the expected cutoff?

adjoining Places, Lakes and Seas for life in no time. :P Will optional subjects exist in the 2019 UPSC
CSE?
Parts of the Constitution…
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U= Union and its territories (1) UPSC CSE 2018 prelims? What are good sources
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R= Relation b/w Union and States (11)

Schedules of the Constitution…

TEARS OF OLD PM

T= Territory (I)
E= Emoluments (II)
A= Affirmations and Oaths (III)
R= Rajya Sabha (IV)
S= Scheduled areas (V)
O= Other Scheduled areas (VI)
F= Federal provisions, 3 lists (VII)
O= Official languages (VIII)
L= Land reforms (IX)
D= Defection (X)
P= Panchayats (XI)
M= Municipalities (XII)
Let’s see some more mnemonics which are extremely important for upcoming
prelims. These are famous places and Lakes and Seas and their adjoining
countries.

Horn of Africa: SEED (Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti)

5 Great lakes of America: HOMES (Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie,


Superior)

Victoria Lake: KUTta (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania)

Caspian Sea: TARIK (Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Russia, Iran,


Kazakhstan)

Black Sea: Tea & BURGeR (Turkey, Bulgaria, Ukrain, Russia, Georgia,
Romania)

Red Sea: DESSEY (Djibouti, Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Egypt,


Yemen)

North Sea: No BeG FrENDS (Norway, Belgium, Germany, France,


England, Netherland, Denmark and Scotland)

Baltic sea: RuDe Germany SELL Poland & Finland (Russia, Denmark,
Germany, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Finland)

Mediterranean Sea

Asian Part: SILCy (Syria, Israel, Lebanon, Cyprus)

African Part: TAMEL (Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Libya)

European Part: BOSS ki SASTI MoMo in Greece and FranC (Bosnia,


Spain, Albania, Slovenia, Turkey, Italy, Montenegro, Monacco,
Greece, France, Croatia)

Countries bordering Syria: TIJIL (Turkey, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon)

I will add more to this answer very soon. I request you to comment down below
if you have more suitable mnemonics for anything you think is important. It will
help many to score more in their prelims.

Edit: Adding some more newly created mnemonics and mnemonics from
readers in the comment section.

Permanent members of UNSC: FRACE (France, Russia, America, China,


England)

G7 countries: JUICE & GF (Japan, USA, Italy, Canada, England,


Germany, France)

Official languages of UN: FACERS (French, Arabic, Chinese, English,


Russian, Spanish)

ASEAN countries: MBBS CLIP TV (Malaysia, Burma, Brunei, Singapore,


Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Phillipines, Thailand, Vietnam)

SAARC countries: MBBS PAIN (Maldives, Bhutan, Bangladesh,


Srilanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Nepal)

Mekong Ganga Cooperation: LIMCa TV ( Laos, India, Myanmar,


Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam)
India”s border with neighboring countries (Largest to smallest):
BaChPaN MBA (Bangladesh, China, Pakistan, Nepal, Myanmar,
Bhutan, Afghanistan)

5 missiles developed under “Integrated Guided Missile Development


Project”: PATNA (Prithvi, Aakash, Trishul, Nag, Agni)

3 already commissioned Scorpene class submarines under Project 75:


Kal-KarKhana (INS Kalvari, INS Karanj, INS Khandari) remaining 3 are
Vela, Vagir and Vagsheer.

Equator passes through:

In Asia: KIM (Kiribati, Indonesia, Maldives)

In South America: ECB (Equador, Columbia, Brazil)

In Africa: SDG SUCK (S. Princep, DR Congo, Gabon, Somalia,


Uganda, Congo, Kenya)

Stay tuned for more…

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G7 countries - JUICE & GF ( Japan, USA, Itlay, Canada, England, Germany, France)...

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Jagadeesh Suji Sree, studied at Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge


Technologies, RK Valley (2014)
Updated Apr 26

1.Himalayan mountain peaks from west to east.

mnemonic:

“k2 ka nana dhai ana me everest masale le aye kanchana ki nani ke liye.”

k2,

kamet

,Nandadevi

,Dhaulagiri,

Annapurna,

Mt Everest

,Makalu

,Kanchanjanga,
Namchabarva

2.G20 countries,,,:

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany,India,


Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi
Arabia,South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States and the
European

mnemonic:”GURUJI SITA AB SSC FCI ME JOB KARTA HAI”

3.krishna river left and right bank tributaries:

left bank tributaries:

Don,Bhima,dindi,musi,pallura,munner,

mnemonic:

“don bu danda musibath par mar”

right bank tributaries:

varna,panchaganga,dudhganga,ghat prabha,malprabha,tungabadra.

mnemonic

“var pe dud ghee mil te.”

4.for telugu frineds hope u all know mnemonic to remeber UTS:

“chandi padala anda”

5.mnemonic for coding and decoding….:


6.neighbour countries border sharing length from larger to shorter

mnemonic:

BC PN MBA

BANGLADESH,CHINA,PAKISTAN, NEPAL,MAYANMAR,BHUTAN
AFGANISTAN.

will add few more….

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Rama Prusty, CSE Aspirant (2017-present)


Answered Apr 21

Remember the facts and concepts of all subjects in UPSC is a dauntic task.

Thus methods like mnemonic, acronym, relate and co-relate, IQ, key word,
own experience…made it simple.

1. New Development Bank(NDB) - No Veto.


2. BIMSTEC( Bay of Bengal Initiative For Multi- Sectoral Technical and
Economic Cooperation),

here we can remember it’s members as BBINMST, please see


BBIN(Bangladesh,Bhutan, India, Nepal) - everyone can know it &
through BIMSTEC we add here MST i.e. Myanmar, Srilanka, Thailand.

1. a) North America - Praire grassland ( here NPA will form i.e. not Non
Performing Asset but North America Preire grassland.

b)Dawn Grassland - Australia ( here we know Don Bradman -


Australia.)

1. fundamental duties - 42nd constitutional amendment - 1976, here


4+2=6 i.e. 6 means 76 i.e. 1976.

2. article 323A - Administarative Tribunal Act in 1985, Central


Administrative Tribunal was set up. ( here in the same year 1985 SAARC
was established, and 1st SAARC summit was held.) & in the same year
10th Schedule was added in the Constitution( Anti - Defection Law).

3. cut motion - to move a proposal to reduce the expenditure on the


budget proposals.here cut means reduce i.e. reduce expenditure.

In this way One can create many mnemonic TRICK to remember forever.

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Abhijeet Lata Dharmaraj, CSE ASPIRANT


Updated Apr 26

How to remember right bank tributaries of Cauvery ?

L K BaN gaya Adavani

Here,

L - Lakshmantirth

K- Kabani

B- Bhawani

N- Noyil

A - Amaravati

I will keep on adding.

Hope this will help you…

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Rahul Hans Chaudhary, Aspirant only in words, Observer in action


Answered Mon

I don’t think that the mnemonics that are available or posted by some coaching
institutes are necessary because if you look the paper of UPSC prelims then you
will find that most of the questions are based on three things :

1. Facts

2. Concepts

3. Mutual interaction of above two

Every objective exams have always some questions which is based on


fundamental concepts and there is always a basic assumption behind these
questions that it could be solved by everyone. These are called Beginners
Choice or Sitters. Most of the mnemonics available in the market are based on
these sitters. Here are some from the market:

SAAB Tv - States sharing boundary with Bhutan are

S - Sikkim

A - Arunachal Pradesh

A - Assam

B - Bengal

ARUNA MAMI (Aruna Irani -Bollywood Actress) - States sharing boundary


with Myanmar

ARU - Arunachal Pradesh

NA - Nagaland

MA - Manipur

MI - Mizoram

Note - This is important because of the upheavals in the Myanmar politics due to
Rohingya Muslims.

JUMBAK (Similar to Chumbak which we called magnet in english) - States


having Bicameral Legislature

J - J&K

U - UP

M - Maharashtra

B - Bihar

A - Andhra Pradesh

K - Karnataka
IRS CHaudhary JI (Tributary of Indus River or Rivers of North West India)

I - Indus

R - Ravi

S - Sutlej

CH - Chenab

J - Jhelum

RAHUL GANDHI SELL POLAND FINLAND (Ye kab hua - When did this
happen!! ;) These are called Baltic Nation

R - Russia

G - Germany

S - Sweden

E - Estonia

L - Lathvia

L - Lithuania

Poland and Finland

Note : Make sure that you also know about NORDIC Nations (Hot Issue)

CAT CAUGHT CAT FOR RAT ; ENDS ( My fav. show Tom & Jerry) They
represent the core industries of India

C - Coal

C - Cement

C - Crude Oil (Very high cost now)

F - Fertiliser (Read Fertiliser Subsidy Scam)

R - Refinery Products

E - Electricity (Make sure that you read all govt. schemes related to it and will
surely post about it after sometime)

N - Natural Gas

S - Steel

TARIK (Remember the famous dialouge of Sunny Deol) Countries around


Caspian Sea

T - Turkmenistan

A - Azherbaijan

R - Russia

I - Iran (Hot issue now)


K - Kazhakastan

Some of them also the member countries of TAPI Gasline Project and also
associated with SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organisation) headquartered at
Beijing, China

BAPU KA HAQ (Please give him guys ;) These are the kings from Ancient
Indian History who practiced the Buddhism

B - Bimbisara

A - Ashoka

P - Prasanjeet

U - Udaysen

KA - Kanishka...(more)

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Arnab Ghosh, former Player at Table Tennis (2013-2015)


Answered Fri

A mnemonic device, or memory device, is any learning technique that aids


information retention or retrieval (remembering) in the human memory. [1]

It’s very useful for UPSC preparation as there is a very wide variety of syllabus.
Sometimes it becomes very difficult to keep everything in mind.

I am an avid follower of Roman Saini and consider his advices to be the ultimate
guide for cracking exams.

Here is a course that he made on Unacademy - India's largest learning


platform regarding mnemonics. You can go there and search for other courses
as well. However, I’m providing the link here: - Funny memory tricks to
remember the capitals of all the Indian states and Union territories with 100%
retention | Learn Most Important Topics for UPSC CSE using Memory
Techniques, Mnemonics, and Storytelling - Unacademy

Footnotes
[1] Mnemonic - Wikipedia

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Ayush Singh, studied at Babu Banarasi Das National Institute of


Technology and Management
Answered Apr 25

Order of formation of states! Might not be that important for UPSC but one of
the most loved questions of Uttar Pradesh pcs.

:)
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