Com ph no. 9987679387 upsc (cse) Prelims Syllabus Pattern



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राजमुद्रा IAS ACADEMY

PLOT NO 112 , SIVSHAKTI BULDG. SECT 12, NEAR GOKHALE HIGH SCHOOLS , KHARGHAR NAVI MUMBAI.

EMAIL – RAJMUDRAIAS2016@GMAIL.COM

PH NO. 9987679387
UPSC (CSE) Prelims Syllabus Pattern

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Preliminary Examination for Civil Services is kind of screening test only; the marks scored in the UPSC Preliminary Examination by the candidates will be declared to be qualified to the Main Examination but will not count up for determining the final order of merit of the candidates.

The Preliminary Examination comprises of two papers i.e., General Studies Paper-I and CSAT Paper-II with objective questions or generally called as multiple choice questions (MCQ).

Both the papers carry 200 marks each that sum up to 400 marks, the civil services preliminary exam is aimed to be as a screening test only. In the CSAT Paper 2 of Civil Services preliminary Exam, the candidates will have to score a minimum 33 percent of marks, whereas, the marks of General Studies Paper-I will be taken into account for ranking in the prelims based on which the candidates will qualify in UPSC Mains Exam (written).

The CSAT Paper-II covers the analytical or as commonly known as an aptitude test.  In this paper, candidates have to score at least 33 percent to qualify for the Civil Services Mains Exam.

Candidates who qualify for UPSC Mains Exam of a particular year will be eligible to write the mains exam of that particular year only.





● Current events of national and international importance.

● History of India and Indian National Movement.

● Indian and World Geography – Physical, Social, Economic Geography of India and the World.

● Indian Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.

●Economic and Social Development – Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector initiatives, etc.

● General issues on Environmental Ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change – that do not require subject specialisation General Science



  • Comprehension

  • Interpersonal skills including communication skills;

  • Logical reasoning and analytical ability

  • Decision-making and problem solving

  • General mental ability

  • Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. – Class X level)

 

The phase 2 tests candidate’s academic talent in depth and his/her ability to present understanding in a reasonable way. The IAS mains examination is designed to analyse the comprehensive intellectual quality and the understanding of candidates rather than just determining their information and memory.

The UPSC mains exam consists of 9 papers, in which two are qualifying papers of 300 marks each:

I. Any Indian Language

II. English

These two papers just need to qualify which is compulsory and marks obtained will not be considered or counted.

And the rest of seven papers can be written in any of the languages mentioned as in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution or in English. Below given the remaining seven papers:


Paper

Subject

Marks

Paper – I

 

Essay

Can be written in the medium or language of the candidate’s choice

250

Paper-II

General Studies- I

(Indian Heritage and Culture,

History and Geography of the World and Society)

250

Paper-III

General Studies- II

(Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations) 

250

Paper-IV

General Studies- III

(Technology, Economic Development, Bio-diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management)

250

Paper-V

General Studies- IV

(Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude)

(Marks carried by General Studies was 4X250=1000)

250

Paper-VI

 

Optional Subject – Paper 1 

250

Paper-VII

Optional Subject – Paper II

(Candidate is allowed to take up literature as an optional subject ” and candidate need not to be a graduate in that language’s literature.)

250



  Optional Subjects

 Literature Language

Agriculture

Assamese

Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science 

Arabic

Anthropology

Bengali

Botany 

Bodo

Chemistry 

Dogri

Civil Engineering 

French

Commerce and Accountancy 

German

Economics 

Gujarati

Electrical Engineering 

Hindi

Geography 

Kannada

Geology 

Kashmiri

History 

Konkani

Law 

Maithili

Management 

Malayalam

Mathematics 

Manipuri

Mechanical Engineering 

Marathi

Medical Science

Nepali

Philosophy

Oriya

Physics

Persian

Political Science and International Relations             

Punjabi

Psychology

Russian

Public Administration

Sanskrit

Sociology

Santhali

Statistics

Sindhi

Zoology

Tamil



Telugu



Urdu



English

 b) Main Exam:

Papers

Topics

Total Marks

I

One Of The Indian Languages Chosen From The Prescribed List

300

II

English

300

III

Essay

250

IV/V/VI/VII

General Studies (250 Marks For Each Paper)

1000

VIII & IX

Optional Subject 1

500

Total Marks For Written Examination

1750


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