IAS Cutoff is one of the main topics of discussion after the IAS prelims Exam. The IAS aspirants and the coaching institutes keep giving hypothetical cut off marks for the IAS Prelims Exam which is beyond the reality. The cut off marks depends on the level of difficulty of the question paper and the overall preparation of the IAS aspirants. The second preposition is very difficult to ascertain. On the basis of average preparation and the previous year trends we deduce the Cutoff marks with IAS Prelims analysis
It is the subject wise analysis of the IAS Prelims 2017 Question Paper as conducted on 18th June 2017.
UPSC Notification is scheduled to be out soon just before 90 days of the commencement of the IAS Prelims Exam 2017. An IAS Aspirant should have a good insight on the IAS Prelims Syllabus and IAS Exam Pattern. Hence, here we provide a deep consolidation on IAS Prelims 2017 official exam Dates, IAS Prelims 2017 Syllabus and recent IAS Exam Pattern.
This article will help cadidates to know the pattern of IAS Prelims Exam 2016.
UPSC Civil Services Prelims Exam 2015 was conducted on 23 August 2015. Previous Year Question Papers are always provide the guiding path to the candidates preparaing for the next year or the new candidates. Here we provide the detail analysis of the IAS Prelims Exam General Studies Paper I.
We have done analysis of the UPSC IAS Prelims Question Paper of 2015 and extracted the top 5 most important areas of the General Studies Syllabus.
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has notified syllabus of IAS Prelims Examination on 23rd May 2015, which would benefit candidates to prepare their strategy to clear Civil Service Examination.
IAS Prelims is the first stage in the Civil Services examination.
If we go through the questions asked in the GS Paper 1 of IAS Prelims 2012, we find that most of the questions asked in the examination tested the administrative aptitude of the candidates.
Civil Services (IAS) preliminary exam 2012 was held on 20 May (Sunday)
The pattern of the Civil Services Preliminary Examination for IAS, IPS, IFS and other government services conducted by the UPSC follows the following guidelines.