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UPSC CSE exam pattern and syllabus



UPSC CSE is performed for the selection of officers in Indian Administration Services (IAS), Indian Police Services (IPS), Indian Foreign Services (IFS) and many others. The examination has three steps mainly: Prelims, Mains and Personality Test. This year, the prelims are scheduled for June 2, 2019.

CITY OF UPSC EXAM

  1. PRELIMS

Prelims has two papers consisting of objective type questions that have 400 marks. It is the first and a qualified stage. The marks score in this is not added to your final result. Check out the syllabus here.

UPSC Prelims Syllabus

  • Syllabus for GS Paper (Prelims Paper I)

  • Current events of national and international importance.
  • India and Indian National Movement History.
  • Indian and World Geography Physics,
  • Indian Politics and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Order, Rights, etc.
  • Economic and Social Development – Sustainable Development, Poverty, Integration, Demography, Social Initiatives etc.
  • General Questions on Environmental Ecology, Biodiversity and Climate Change – which do not require subject specialization General Science
  • Syllabus for CSAT Paper (Prelims Paper II)

    • Understanding
    • Interpersonal Skills Including Communication Skills
    • Logical Reasoning and analytical ability
    • Decision making and problem solving
    • General mental ability
    • Basic speech ability (number of s and their relationships, orders of magnitude etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (diagrams, diagrams, tables, data supply etc. – Class X level)

2. MAINS

There are two types of paper qualification and paper for merit education. Qualifying papers consist of two language tests – one of which is English and the other is according to the candidate's choice. The paper for merit formation has 7 tests of 250 points each.

UPSC Mains Syllabus

Paper Subject Marks
Paper – I Essay (may be written while being of the candidate's choice) 250
Paper – II 250
Paper – II General Studies – In (Indian Culture and History, History and Geography in the World and Society) 250
Paper – III General Studies – II (Governance, Constitution, Politics, Social Justice and International Relations) [19659024] 250
Paper – IV General Studies – III (Technology, Economic Development, Biodiversity, Security and Disaster Management) 250
Paper – V General Studies – IV Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude ] 250
Paper – VI Optional Subject – Paper I 250
Paper – VII Optional Subject – Paper II

UPSC's curriculum provides a list of 48 electives topics that include literature of different languages. Candidates must select one of the "Optional Substances" from the list of substances listed below: Optional Substances:

Agriculture Zoology
Animal and Veterinary Science Assamese (Literature) 19659026] Anthropology [19659024] Bengali (Literature)
Botany Bodo (Literature)
Chemistry Dogri (Literature)
MSc Gujarati (Literature)
Trade and accounting Hindi ( literature)
Economics Kannada (Literature)
Electrical Engineering Kashmiri (Literature)
Geography Konkani (Literature)
Geology Maithili Literature History [19659024] Malayalam (Literature)
Law Manipuri (Literature)
Management Marathi (Literature)
Mathematics Nepali (Literature)
Mechanical Engineering Odia (Literature )
Medical Science [19659024] Punjabi (Literature)
Philosophy Sanskrit (Literature)
Physics Santhali (Literature)
Political Science and International Relations Sindhi (Literature)
Psychology Tamil ( Literature
Public Administration Telugu (Literature)
Sociology English (Literature)
Statistics Urdu (Literature)

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