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1. UPSC PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The Union Public Service Commission conducts the Civil Services Examination for selection to the public service organisations of India on an annual basis.  The Indian Administrative Service also selects candidates for other Group A and Group B All India Services. It is conducted in three stages:

  • Civil Services Preliminary Examination
  • Civil Services Mains Examination
  • Civil Services Personality Test/Interview

The nature of this examination demands thorough and sustained preparation examination cycle lasts for a year. In view of the high competition and the rigorous requirements for IAS preparation, 

1. Preliminary Examination – (Objective Type):In the Preliminary Examinations there will be 2 compulsory papers of 02 hours duration each. Both the question papers will have objective type multiple choice questions, five choices of answers for each question out of which one is to be selected. There will be negative marking for wrong answer.

First Question Paper: General Studies (Question 100, Marks 200, Duration 2.00 Hours). There shall be 50 Questions from Part ’1′ & Part ’2′ each. Each Question will carry 2 marks) 02 marks will be awarded for each right answer and 1/3 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

Second Question Paper: Aptitude Test (Question 100, Marks 200, Duration 2.00 Hours) 02 marks will be awarded for each right answer and 1/3 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

Minimum Qualifying Marks: In each Question paper essential qualifying marks for unreserved category will be 33%, and 23% for reserved categories and handicapped candidates.Candidates will be short listed for main examination on the basis of merit.

2. Main Examination and Interview: Written  Examination (Conventional Type) Grand Total 1550 Marks.i. Question papers for Main Examination will be of Conventional nature i.e.: Short/ Medium/ Long answers Type.ii. Candidates short listed for the Main Examination on the basis of Preliminary Examination (Screening Test) must appear for all the seven papers in Main Examination. Candidates selected for the Interview on the basis of Main Examination must appear in the Interview. Absence in any paper of Main Examination and Interview will be liable for disqualification.iii. 

Paper-I (Language), 

Paper-II (Essay), 

Paper-III (History, Constitution and Public Administration), 

Paper-IV (Science, Technology and Environment), 

Paper-V (Economics & Geography), Paper-VI (Mathematics & Logical Ability), Paper-VII (Philosophy & Sociology) each paper will be carry 200 marks (i.e. 1400 marks).

iv. Interview/ Personality Test will be carry 150 marks.  

complete UPSC Civil Services Exam Syllabus 

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EXAM PREPARATION

The process of preparation for the UPSC Civil Services is an involved process. It is a deeply enlightening experience which expands your horizons and exposes you to a wealth of information about the country and the world at large.

During this journey , an aspirant would need to traverse through the pages of history, march in lockstep with developments in current affairs by following international developments that can have far-reaching implications on India and the world in general, keep abreast with the cutting-edge developments in the field of science and technology, and finally be aware of the latest government initiatives and welfare schemes that further the objectives of the Preamble and the vision that our constitution makers 

  1. UPSC SYLLABUS
  2. UPSC QUESTION PAPERS
  3. UPSC STUDY MATERIALS
  4. UPSC NCERT NOTES
  5. UPSC EXAM STRATEGY
  6. UPSC MAINS PREP
  7. CLASS ROOM LECTURES

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2. STATE PSC PROGRAM STRUCTURE

Written Examination 

Candidates should write two Essays 1 from  each section compulsorily Essay 3. Paper History, Constitution and

Public Administration  4. Paper-IV  Hours 200 Science, Technology and Environment  5. Paper-V3 Hours 200 Economics & Geography  6. Paper-VI 3 Hours 200 Mathematics & Logical Ability 7. Paper-VII 3 Hours 200 Philosophy & Sociology

Marks 1400 8. Interview/ Personality Test 150

Grand Total Marks 1500


Written Examination (Conventional Type):

1. Paper-I 3 Hours 200 Language 2. Paper-II 3 Hours 200 Candidates should write two Essays 1 fromeach section compulsorily Essay 3.Paper-III3 Hours200 History, Constitution and Public Administration 4. Paper-IV3 Hours 200 Science, Technology and Environment 5. Paper-V3 Hours200Economics & Geography 6.Paper-VI3 Hours 200 Mathematics & Logical Ability7. Paper-VII3 Hours200Philosophy & Sociology Total Marks14008.Interview/ Personality Test 150Grand Total Marks1500

1. Question papers for Main Examination will be of Conventional nature i.e.: Short/ Medium/ Long answers Type.

2. Candidates short listed for the Main Examination on the basis of Preliminary Examination (Screening Test) must appear for all the seven papers in Main Examination. Candidates selected for the Interview on the basis of Main Examination must appear in the Interview. Absence in any paper of Main Examination and 


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3. All the question papers except first -”Language” may be answered in Hindi or English chosen by the candidates. However a candidate will not be permitted to write part of the paper in Hindi and part of it in English.

Paper II – Essay:

There will be two sections in this paper. 1. National level Problems 

2. Chhattisgarh State Problems.The Candidates will be given three options in each section and will have to write on one option from each section, the problem – solution (reason, present status including data and solution).Section 01:- In this section there will be 20 compulsory questions from various parts of the syllabus of the paper concerned. Each question will carry02 marks. Thus the maximum marks in this section will be 40. (Word limit for answer of each question – about 30).

Section-02:- In this section there will be 10 compulsory questions from various parts of the syllabus of the paper concerned. Each question will carry 04 marks. Thus the maximum marks in this section will be 40. (Word limit for answer of each question – about 60).

Section 03:- In this section there will be 05 compulsory questions from various parts of the syllabus of the paper concerned. Each question will carry 08 marks. Thus the maximum marks in this section will be 40. (Word limit for answer of each question – about 100).

Section 04:- In this section total 03 questions will be given from various parts of the syllabus of the paper concerned. Out of which 02 questions will have to be solved. Each question will carry 20 marks. Thus the maximum marks in this section will be 40. (Word limit for answer of each question – about 250).

Section 05:- In this section total 02 questions will be given from various parts of the syllabus of paper concerned. Out of which 01 question will have to be solved. This question will carry 40 marks. Thus the maximum marks in this section will be 40. (Word limit for answer of the question – about 500).