27 Oct 2016

List of Important Books and Authors 2016 (June to Sep) IBPS PO VI Mains Spl – Download in PDF

List of Important Books and Authors 2016 (June to September) IBPS PO VI Mains Spl – Download in PDF
List of Important Books and Authors 2016 (June to September) IBPS PO VI Mains Spl – Download in PDF:
Dear Readers, Based on our IBPS PO VI Mains Exam-Preparation Time Table (which we have already published), today we have given the list of Important Books and Authors 2016 (June to September). Candidates those who are preparing for the examination can also download this in PDF.


Books & Authors List 2016 – June / July Month:
1). Love of Indian history (Scholastic Asian Book Award) – Aditi Krishnakumar
2). A Life in Diplomacy – Maharajakrishna Rasgotra
3). The Unseen Indira Gandhi - Dr KP Mathur
4). Ace Against Odds – autobiography of Sania Mirza (Indian professional tennis player)
5). Who Moved My Interest Rate – Duvvuri Subbarao (former Governor of RBI)
6). Ringside With Vijender – Rudraneil Sengupta
7). Courage & Commitment - An Autobiography by Margaret Alva (Veteran Congress leader)
8). Anything But Khamosh: The ShatrughanSinha Biography - Bharathi S Pradhan
9). Blood on my Hands: Confessions of Staged Encounters – Kishlay Bhattacharjee
10). The Making of India: The Untold Story of British Enterprises – Kartar Lalvani
11). India vs Pakistan. Why Can’t we just be Friends? - Pakistani Ambassador to the U.S. Husain Haqqan
12). The Kiss of Life: How a serhero& my son defeated cancer – Emraan Hashmico authored the book with author Bilal Siddiqi
13). The Drowned Detective - Neil Jordan
14). Book titled “Who was Shivaji? ” – Govind Pansare
15). Endurance: My Year in Space & Our Journey to Mars - Scott Kelly
Books & Authors List 2016 – August / September Month:
1). Citizen and Society – Hamid Ansari (Vice President)
2). Driven: The ViratKohli Story – Vijay Lokapally
3). One Indian girl (Genre: Fiction) – Chetan Bhagat
4). Six Machine (I Don't Like Cricket ... I Love It) - autobiography of Chris Gayle
5). AB The autobiography - autobiography of AB De villiers (South African cricketer)
6). The Ocean of Churn: How the Indian Ocean Shaped Human History – Sanjeev Sanyal (Indian economist)
7). R D Burmania: Panchamemoirs –  
8). India Rising: Fresh Hope, New Fears - Ravi Velloor
Latest Important Books and Authors asked in various exams in 2016
1). Das Kapital - Karl Marx
2). A Suitable Boy - Vikram Seth
3). My Truth - Indira Gandhi
4). A bend in the River - V.S. Naipal
5). Between the Lines – Kuldeep Nayyar
6). Envisioning an Empowered Nation - Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
7). Indira Gandhi Returns - Khushwant Singh
8). Interpreter of Maladies – Jhumpa Lahiri
9). My President Years - R. Venkataraman
10). Crusader or Conspirator? Coalgate and other Truths - PC Parakh
11). The Accidental Prime Minister: the making and unmaking of Manmohan Singh – Sanjaya Baru
12). One Life is Not Enough - Natwar Singh
13). The Lives of Others - Neel Mukherjee
14). Lowland – Jhumpa Lahiri
15). Playing It My Way - Sachin Tendulkar and BoriaMazumder
16). The Narrow Road to the Deep North - Richard Flanagan (Australian)(Man Booker)
17). Half Girlfriend – Chetan Bhagat
18). My Name is Abu Salem – Hussain Zaidi
19). Dramatic Decade: The Indira Gandhi Years - Pranab Mukherjee
20). Letters for a Nation - Jawaharlal Nehru & Madhav Khosla
21). Born Again on the Mountain – Arunima Sinha
22). The Red Sari(Unofficial and Controversial Autobiography of Sonia Gandhi) - Javier Moro
23). Flood of Fire - AmitavGhosh
24). Unbreakable (Autobiography of Mary Kom) - Mary Kom
25). India at Risk - Jaswant Singh
26). My country My Life - L.K.Advani
27). Strictly Personal, Manmohan and Gursharan - Daman Singh
28). 12 Years A Slave - Solomon Northup Pirates
29). A House For Mr.Biswas - V.S. Naipaul
30). Five Point Someone – Chetan Bhagat

Note: Books and Authors of the Month Oct and Nov 2016 will be provided at the right time prior to the examination.




 

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