UPSC IAS Mains 2019 Question Paper Download: Paper-I (Essay) – Check Questions Asked

UPSC Mains 2019: IAS Civil Services Main Examinations are over and the candidates have shared the question asked and their difficulty level. Here we have provided the UPSC Mains Question Paper of Essay (Paper-I) section. In this section, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) asked candidates to write two essays, one each from Section-A and Section-B. Aspiring candidates must be looking out for the Mains Question Papers for their preparations. Civil Services Mains Examinations 2019 was held from 20th September to 29th September 2019. Have a look at the essay topics asked in the UPSC Mains 2019 and prepare for the UPSC Civil Services 2020 exam accordingly.

In the Mains Paper-I (Essay) section, the UPSC gives candidates four options in each section to choose from. Candidates can choose any topic of their choice and need to write about it elaborately, analysing each aspect associated with it. Candidates who aspire to join the Civil Services can have a glance at the question papers set by the UPSC for the Mains 2019 exams. Have a look at the Essay Topics asked in UPSC Mains 2019 exam and download UPSC Mains Question Paper below.

UPSC Mains Question Paper 2019 – Paper-I (Essay)

Section

Topics Asked

Section-A

 

Wisdom finds truth

OR

Values are not what humanity is, but what humanity ought to be

OR

Best for an individual is not necessarily best for the society

OR

Courage to accept and dedication to improve are two keys to success

Section-B

 

South Asian societies are woven not around the state, but around their plural cultures and plural identities

OR

Neglect of primary health care and education in India are reasons for its backwardness

OR

Biased media is a real threat to Indian democracy

OR

Rise of Artificial Intelligence: the threat of jobless future or better job opportunities through reskilling and upskilling

UPSC Mains Essay Question Paper – Download Format

Every year, the Union Public Service Commission holds the Civil Services IAS Examinations to recruit candidates for posts including Indian Administrative Service (IAS) Officer, Indian Foreign Service (IFS) Officer, Indian Police Service (IPS) Officer, Indian Revenue Service (IRS) Officer and others. These Officers are recruited through a three-phased process - UPSC Prelims; UPSC Mains and Interview Round.

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