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RPSC RAS Prelims Exam Pattern and Detailed Syllabus

Ritesh Ranjan

The RPSC RAS Prelims exam pattern was revised by the state commission in 2013 and the two prelims paper were discontinued and a single prelims paper was introduced. The Preliminary exam for the RPSC is objective in nature. There are 150 questions and the total marks are 200. There is a provision of negative marking in the exam and for every wrong answer, 0.33 marks will be deducted as penalty. This exam will be only qualifying in nature. The marks will not be considered for the final merit. The level of the difficulty of this paper will be that of the graduation level. The time limit is 3 hours.

Also Check: RPSC RAS Prelims Previous Years’ Question Papers (New Exam Pattern)

Syllabus of RPSC Pre Exam

History, Art, Culture, Literature, Tradition & Heritage of Rajasthan

Indian History

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Ancient & Medieval Period:

Ancient History Study Material 

Medival History Study Material

Modern Period:

Modern History Study Material

Geography of World and India

World Geography:

Geography of India:

1000+ Questions on Indian Geography

Geography of Rajasthan

Indian Constitution, Political System & Governance

Constitutional Development & Indian Constitution

Government of India Acts: 1919 and 1935, Constituent Assembly, Nature of Indian Constitution; Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State, Fundamental Duties, Federal Structure, Constitutional Amendments, Emergency Provisions, Public Interest Litigation (P.I.L.) and Judicial Review.

Indian Political System and Governance

Public Policy & Rights

Political and Administrative System of Rajasthan

Indian Polity Study Material

Economic Concepts and Indian Economy

Basic Concepts of Economics

Economic Development & Planning

Human Resource and Economic Development

Economics Study Material

Social Justice and Empowerment

Economy of Rajasthan

Science & Technology

General Science Study Material 

Reasoning & Mental Ability

Logical Reasoning (Deductive, Inductive, Abductive)

Mental Ability

Basic Numeracy

Current Affairs

Candidates should go through the entire syllabus and make notes based on it. Regular study of the notes will give them the confidence for the exam. Candidates should refer to the standard books only. Regular practice will help the candidates in securing the required cut off.

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