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The Exam Pattern of the UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims Examination
The Prelims Examination is an Objective type of Examination with Multiple Choice Questions (the candidate has to choose an option from the given options for that question). This examination consists of two papers namely Paper I and Paper II. ThePaper I contains 200 marks and Paper II also contains 200 marks. The Duration for Paper I is 2 hours as well as Paper II is also 2 hours. The exam Pattern of the UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims Examination is as follows:
|Name of the Paper||No. of Questions||Duration Given||Marks.|
|Paper I: General Studies.||100||2 Hours.||200|
|Paper II: Aptitude.||80||2 Hours.||200|
Note: The marks which are secured in the prelims are only for qualifying the Mains Examination. It is not counted to determine the order of merit. The Qualifying marks for Paper II: Aptitude is 33%. But the candidates will be promoted to the Mains only based on the Qualifying marks in Paper I: General Studies.
The Mains Examination is a written Examination. It consists of 9 Papers out of which 2 are Qualifying in nature namely Paper A and Paper B; remaining 7 papers which are namely Paper I to Paper VII which are based on Ranking. The Questions will be available in Hindi as well as English in the Question Papers.
|S.No.||Name of the Paper.||Name of the Subject.||Marks.|
|1.||Paper-A.||Modern Indian Language. (Qualifying Paper).||300.|
|2.||Paper-B.||English (Qualifying Paper).||300.|
|8.||Paper-VI.||Optional Subject (Paper-1).||250.|
|9.||Paper-VII.||Optional Subject (Paper-2).||250.|
The Final Ranking of the candidates: This is done based on the marks obtained in theMains and the Interview.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is the central recruiting agency in India. It is an independent constitutional body in the sense that it is directly created by the constitution of India.
The constitution contains elaborate provisions regarding the composition, appointment and removal of members, powers and functions and independence of the UPSC.
The constitution visualizes the UPSC to be the ‘watch dog of merit system’ in India. It is concerned with the recruitment to the All-India Services and Central Services-Group A and Group B and advises the government, when consulted, on promotion and disciplinary matters.
UPSC is not concerned with the classification of services, pay and service conditions, cadre management, training and so on. These matters are handled by the department of personnel and training-one of the three departments of the ministry of personnel, Public Grievances and pensions. Therefore UPSC is only a central recruiting agency while the department of personnel and training is the central personnel agency in India.
To clear UPSC exam in his first attempt, one has to follow proper strategy.The simple meaning of strategy is careful planning to achieve something in the given circumstances within a particular time frame.
1. GS Paper 1 is the key now: Revise every subject!
On the basic level, covering every subject of civil services preliminary exam is the best approach to clear prelims now. it's equally important not to miss easy questions from traditional subjects like Economics, Geography, History and Polity. At least, brushing up NCERT books and previous years' question papers would be a good idea if you are time-crunched. Keeping an eye on tight competition, areas like culture and environment should also be mugged up. Current affairs preparation should be done considering the latest schemes and bills launched by the government.
2. Take, Clear UPSC prelims mock exams:
Mock tests are integral part of regular preparations of successful candidates. By revising the attempted tests you get a chance to identify your mistakes. Writing mock tests arm you with confidence which is the key to success in any examination.
Yes for sure you can crack IAS examination. Your past does not matter in UPSC exams your preparation matters. Start initially reading day to day and get idea of certain things which subject are from your background it doesn t take a lot of time but which subject are new and not from your filed will take a lot of time so that will vary person to person. Give daily one hour to current events.Then which time is left you can divide in two parts, one type you can do like read only one subject at one time like if you are reading polity so read polity only, if you are doing mathematics do mathematics only.Second type will be like you can read different subject in the gap of one or two hour like if you take one hour to one subject next one hour to next subject.
You can start preparation like learn history and geography from NCRET, GCRET Books they are best sources to start it they are basics books. Besides you can go for reading number of reference books including books of Bipin Chandra and many other good author you can always refer through. You can also refer to art and culture from various source various class material etc and as far as geography as consent map read has to be strong. Go for the oxford map, Oxford student atlas.
Besides you can solve past year question paper so your preparation can go very nicely.
Allotment of Centres will be on the first-apply-first allot basis, and once the capacity of a particular Centre is attained, the same will be frozen. You need to fill 3 cities for center choice in the form.
A candidate will most likely be allotted a center in the examination city of his/her first choice. Only in cases where there are too many candidates opting for a certain city as their first choice, the other two choices shall be relevant.
The notification for the examination (giving the rules and syllabus for all the subjects in the examination) is published in the month of December every year in the 'Employment News' / 'Rozgar Samachar', as well as, in some leading Newspapers.
You should try to get a copy of this notification. The Preliminary Examination is usually held in May / June and the Main Examination in October / November of the same calendar year.
Academic Eligibility:- Any degree (graduation)
The number of attempts:
General category candidates: 6 attempts
OBC category candidates = 9
SC/ST Candidates = unlimited
Physically Disabled (Blind, Deaf, Orthopedic)
Date of IAS PRE (CSAT) Exam: 03 June 2018 (Sunday, 1 Day).
Date of UPSC MAINS Exam: 01 October 2018 (5 Days).