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  • UPSC Exam Pattern:

    Union Public Service Commission holds a vast umbrella having questions from various topics. UPSC conducts a common exam for various posts and it is conducted in three stages:

    ► UPSC Preliminary Exam
    ► UPSC Mains Exam
    ► Personality Test/ Personal Interview

    UPSC Prelims Exam Pattern:

    The Prelims exam consists of two papers: Paper 1 (General Studies) and Paper 2 (Civil Services Aptitude Test).

    ■ Paper I Pattern :

    1. Paper 1 will have 100 questions of 200 marks.
    2. The questions asked will be of objective type.
    3. The exam duration for Paper 1 is 2 hours.
    4. The candidate will be awarded 2 marks for every correct answer and a negative marking of 1/3 will be deducted for the incorrect answers.

    ■ Paper 2 Pattern:

    1. Paper 2 will have 80 questions of 200 marks.
    2. The questions asked will be of objective type.
    3. The exam duration for Paper 2 is 2 hours.
    4. The candidate will be awarded 2.5 marks for every correct answer and a negative marking of 1/3 will be deducted for the incorrect answers.

    **Both Prelims Paper 1 and Paper 2 will be bilingual: English and Hindi

    UPSC Mains Exam Pattern:

    1. The candidates who will qualify UPSC Prelims Exam will only be suitable to give UPSC Mains Exam. UPSC Mains Exam stage will have 9 papers that will include two qualifying papers (Language Exam)  that will have questions of descriptive type.
    2. The duration of each exam will be 3 hours.
    3. Paper A and Paper B (language Papers) will be qualifying papers for 300 marks each.
    4. Paper A is an Indian language exam that the candidate has to choose from the official languages of India.
    5. The remaining 7 papers are for 250 marks constituting to 1750 marks for the examination.

    6. The nine papers of UPSC Mains Exam are:

    Paper A: The Indian Language Exam
    Paper B: English Language
    ► Paper - I: Essay (Can be written in the medium or language of the candidate's choice)
    ► Paper-II: General Studies- I (Indian Heritage and Culture, History, and Geography of the World and Society) 
    ► Paper-III: General Studies- II (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations) 
    ► Paper-IV: General Studies- III (Technology, Economic Development, Bio-diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management) 
    ► Paper-V: General Studies- IV (Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude) 
    ► Paper-VI:  Optional Subject - Paper I 
    ► Paper-VII: Optional Subject - Paper-II (A Candidate can also take up literature as an optional subject)

    UPSC Personality Test:

    The last stage of selection is the interview for 275 marks. The final list of selection will be based on the UPSC Mains Exam and Interview.




  • UPSC conducts civil service exams every year and millions of Civil service aspirants prepare for these exams.

    The exam pattern is as below:
    1.Preliminary Examination - Usually conducted on last week of May/first week of June, results by August 
    2.Main Examination - Usually conducted around November, results by February/March the following year.
    3.Interview - Usually conducted around March/April. Final results announced a few days before the next preliminary exam

    For more information  and updates on the exam, you can visit https://www.upsc.gov.in/.

     All the best.


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  • Exam Pattern
    Preliminary Exam
    ·      Offline mode test
    ·      consists of two papers: General Studies and CSAT(Civil Services Aptitude Test) carrying 200 marks each.
    ·      2 marks are given for each correct answer and 1/3 marks for deducted for each wrong answer.
    Main Exam consists of two qualifying exams and seven papers carrying 250 marks each for merit.
    Personality test which consists of 275 marks

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  • UPSC Preliminary: Exam Pattern 

    General Studies Paper 1:
    Type:
      Paper based test(Offline Mode)
    Duration: The duration of the General Studies paper 1 for UPSC Pre exam will be of 120 minutes.
    No. of Questions: 100 Objective type questions.
    Syllabus Covered: The Syllabus includes areas like; Indian National Movement, Indian Polity, Basic Economic Understanding, Geography. While these are static part of the syllabus, the dynamic part includes Current affairs,General Knowledge and that does not proper definition, thus making the syllabus quite vast.
    Marking Scheme: 2 marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 1/3 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.

    General Studies Paper 2:
    Type:
      Paper based test(Offline Mode)
    Duration: The duration of the General Studies paper 2 for UPSC Pre exam will be of 120 minutes.
    No. of Questions: 80 Objective type questions.
    Syllabus Covered: Paper 2 is an Aptitude Test which is dynamic in nature and includes mathematics, reasoning, analytical ability and interpersonal skills. All these areas require spot mental ability.
    Marking Scheme: 2.5 marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 1/3 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.

    The Paper 2 is now of only qualifying nature and it's marks is not counted while making the merit list. However, it is mandatory for the candidate to score minimum 33% in this paper to qualify the Prelims Exam.


  • Preliminary Examination (400 Marks) (This is also called Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) and is a common test for all applicants) The Prelims consists of two papers of 200 marks each Both the question papers are of the objective type (multiple choice questions) of two hours each The question papers will be set in both Hindi and English. However, questions related to English Language Comprehension skills would be provided only in English. Blind candidates would be allowed an extra 20 minutes of time for each paper  Main Examination (2075 Marks) Candidates who qualify Preliminary exam are called for the Main exam and on the basis of marks secured in the Main exam, they will be called for Interview The total marks of the Main exam and Interview sum up to produce the final result The written examination consists of the following papers:     Qualifying Papers  Paper I (Marks 300) One of the Indian Languages to be selected by the candidates from the Languages included in the eighth schedule of the constitution Paper II (Marks 300) English Paper to be counted or merits (Technology, Economic Development,  Bio-diversity, Environment, Security  and Disaster Management)
    Paper III   Essay (Section 1)   200 Marks  English Comprehension  and English Précis (Section 2)  100 Marks    (The level of paper would be Matriculation/10th standard  level)    Paper IV  General Studies-I  250 Marks   (Indian Heritage and Culture, History, and Geography of the World  and Society)     Paper V  General Studies-II  250 Marks    (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations)    Paper VI  General Studies-III   250 Marks    (Technology, Economic Development,  Bio-diversity, Environment, Security  and Disaster Management)    Paper VII  General Studies-IV  250 Marks    (Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude)     Paper VIII  Optional Subject-Paper I  250 Marks  Paper IX  Optional Subject-Paper II  250 Marks  Personality Test (Interview)   275 Marks  Grand Total   2075 Marks

     


  • The Civil Services Examination will held in two stages:
    Civil Services Preliminary Examination which will be of objective type.
    Civil Services Main Examination, which will be in the form of written and Interview (only for applicants who will qualify Civil Services Preliminary Examination) are invited for Civil Services Main Examinations.


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