The Union Public Service Commission directs the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination consistently, which is normal for the all applicants applying for Civil Services Examination and Indian Forest Service Examination. This test demonstrations an essential system for determination of the Civil Services (Main) Examination.
Since the examination fills in as only a screening test; the check results acquired in the fundamental Examination by the competitors won’t be meant deciding their last request of legitimacy. One should take note of that the quantity of contender to be admitted to the Main Examination will be around fourteen to multiple times the aggregate rough number of opportunities to be filled in the year in the different Services and Posts. Common Services Preliminary Exam 2019 (objective) will be led on June 02, 2019. The Main Exam (composed) 2019 will begin from September 29, 2019.
The Civil Services Preliminary test involves two necessary papers of 200 denotes each (General Studies Paper I and General Studies Paper II). The inquiries will be of numerous decisions, target type.The imprints in prelims won’t be meant last positioning, however only for capability for the principle test.
This includes territories like; Indian National Movement, Indian Polity, Basic Economic Understanding, Geography. While these are static piece of the prospectus, the dynamic part incorporates current undertakings, General Knowledge and that does not legitimate definition,consequently making the schedule very tremendous.
Paper II is dynamic in nature and includes mathematics, reasoning, analytical ability, and interpersonal skills. All these areas require spot mental ability.
The Paper II is presently of just qualifying nature and its stamp isn’t checked while making the legitimacy list. Be that as it may, it is obligatory for the contender to score least 33 percent in this paper to qualify the Prelims test.
The question papers are set both in Hindi and English. Blind candidates are allowed extra time of twenty minutes for each paper.
|Paper – I Syllabus||General Studies – This paper marks will be counted for getting to write the Civil Services Mains exam.||200 Marks-Two Hours|
|Paper- II (CSAT) Syllabus||Aptitude test (CSAT) – This paper is of qualifying nature, but candidate must score at least 33% marks in this paper. However, marks of this paper are not counted for writing the Mains examination.||200 Marks-Two Hours|
The UPSC Prelims test is intended to fill in as a screening test as it were. The characteristics of Paper 1 are distant from everyone else considered for making the legitimacy list for this test. Just those applicants who have qualified the Prelims can compose the Mains test. The imprints scored in the Prelim test isn’t tallied in the last count of the Mains test or the Interview.
The quantity of applicants who qualify the Prelims Exam is around twelve to multiple times of the aggregate of the estimated number of opportunities that must be filled in that year in the different Services and Posts.
It is required for the possibility to show up in both the papers of Prelim test to be met all requirements for the assessment purposes. The hopeful will be exclude din the event that the person in question shows up in just a single paper of the Prelims test.
There is”Negative Marking” in the Prelims test. For each wrong answer,1/third of imprints allocated for each inquiry will be diminished from the right count of score. So competitors should be additional watchful while making wild conjectures in the prelim tests.
The syllabus for the Preliminary Exams for Paper-I
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