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Preparing for UPSC exams involves studying a wide range of topics, and it’s not always feasible to read every book in its entirety. Here are some tips on how to condense a book and make it more manageable for UPSC preparation:

1. Identify the relevant chapters: Skim through the table of contents and identify the chapters that are relevant to your UPSC syllabus. Focus on chapters related to politics, economics, social issues, environment, and international relations.

2. Read the introduction and conclusion: Read the introduction and conclusion of each chapter carefully. These sections often provide a summary of the main points and arguments of the chapter.

3. Use headings and subheadings: Use headings and subheadings to break down the chapter into smaller, more manageable sections. This will make it easier to read and comprehend the content.

4. Highlight important points: Use a highlighter to mark important points, concepts, and examples. This will help you remember and recall the information more easily.

5. Summarize the chapter: Summarize the chapter in your own words, focusing on the key points and arguments. Use bullet points or short sentences to make the summary concise and easy to read.

6. Connect the chapter to the syllabus: Try to connect the chapter to your UPSC syllabus and identify the relevant topics or sub-topics. Note down any important keywords or concepts related to the syllabus.

7. Use a structured approach: Use a structured approach to organize your notes, such as dividing them into topics, sub-topics, and bullet points. This will help you review and revise your notes more easily.

Remember, condensing a book requires time, effort, and focus. So, be patient and persistent in your approach, and you’ll be able to cover more ground in your UPSC preparation in a shorter time. Additionally, it’s important to use multiple sources of information, such as newspapers, online resources, and coaching classes, to get a well-rounded perspective on the topics.