IAS Syllabus 2015 for Preliminary Exam & Mains UPSC Download Hindi Pdf

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Keen Indian aspirants who are preparing for UPSC Indian Administrative Service examination for session 2015 and looking for IAS Syllabus 2015 can check from here. Aspirants who are looking for IAS Syllabus for Preliminary / Mains Exam no need to search more because this page is providing you UPSC IAS Syllabus for prelims & Mains completely.

Every Year, Union Public Service Commission conducts Civil Services Examination for recruitment to the Indian Administrative Service. Huge number of candidates takes participation in it and it is the toughest examination In India.  

It needs deep and proper study to get success so those are going to appear for IAS Exam for session 2015 must check its scheme from this page. You can download IAS Syllabus in PDF (Hindi / English) form by the provided link in below module on this page of privatejobshub.

IAS Exam Pattern

Preliminary Examination Pattern:

Preliminary exam will hold in two papers of objective types (General Studies and Aptitude Skills) in which the questions will be multiple choices.

Exam
Papers
Total Marks
Duration
Preliminary exam
Paper 1: General Studies
200 marks
2 hours
Paper 2: Aptitude Skills
200 marks
2 hours



Main Examination:

It will consist of written exams and interview. Written exam will contain 9 papers of conventional essays.

Exam
Papers
Total Marks




Main examination
Paper 1: One of the Indian languages chosen from the prescribed list
300 marks
Paper 2: English
300 marks
Paper 3: Essay
250 marks
Paper 4th/5th/6th/7th : General Studies (250 marks for each paper)
1000 marks
Paper 8th & 9th : Optional subject 1
500 marks
Total Marks for written examination
1750 marks


Interview test:

After Pre and Main Examination, shortlisted candidates are invited for Interview round. This Interview will be of 275 marks.

IAS Syllabus 2015

Important topics which are covered in preliminary examination -

Syllabus of paper-I
Syllabus of paper-II
Current events of national and international importance
Interpersonal skills including communication skills.
History of India and Indian National Movement
Logical reasoning and analytical ability
Indian and World geography
Decision making and problem solving
Economics and Social Development
General  mental ability
Sectors initiatives etc
Basic numeracy, Data Interpretation
Development, poverty, inclusion, demographics
English language comprehension skills


Topics those are covered in Mains -

Civil engineering, Sociology, Statistics, Zoology and literature, Commerce and accountancy, economics, electrical engineering, geography, geology., history, Law, management, Mathematics, mechanical engineering, Medical Sciences, philosophy, physics, political science and international relations, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and veterinary science, Anthropology, Botany, Chemistry, Psychology, public administration

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4 comments:

  1. what meant general studies?

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  2. very informative post indeed.. being enrolled in http://www.wiziq.com/course/119-ias-general-studies-prelimnary-course,I was looking for such articles online to assist me.. and your post helped me a lot :)

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  3. why are you guiding wrong to the aspirants...1stly you are saying PRELIMS as also known as CSAT..THATS UNTRUE....CSAT is the 2nd paper i.e civil services aptitude test and 1st paper is known as GENERAL STUDIES..2ndly you put GENERAL STUDIES in MAINS optional..again untrue...general studies paper is not optional rather it is compulsory in mains..

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    1. yes miss i know that

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