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Analysis of UPSC Prelims 2017 GS Paper I, Trilok Singh


IASmind, Analysis of UPSC Prelims 2017 GS Paper I

Subject No. of Questions
Current Affairs+International Relations 21
Polity 22
History 15
Economy 13
Environment and Ecology 12
Geography 09
Science 08
Question Paper and Analysis with Ans

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Major emphasis, this year was on government schemes and policies. There were also a lot of questions on the environment and Current. GS 1 was easier this year with a lot of questions from geography, Polity and history. All the best…

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IAS GS Cut off, May be

General : 113

OBC : 109.75

SC : 99

ST : 95

IAS MAIN 2017, May be

GENERAL : 778

OBC : 745

SC : 738

ST : 729

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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducted the Civil Services Preliminary Examination, 2017, on Sunday. The commission conducts the CS exam every year to select officers for Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS), among others.

The preliminary examination consists of two papers consisting objective type or multiple choice questions: General Studies (GS) or Paper 1 and Aptitude or Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) or Paper 2. The GS paper has 100 questions carrying two marks each while the CSAT has 80 questions carrying 2.5 marks each. There is a penalty of 33% marks out of the allocated marks for every wrong answer. The CSAT paper (paper 2) is evaluated first and GS Paper or Paper 1 is evaluated only of those candidates who have qualified in Paper 2 or got 33% or 66 marks in CSAT. The candidates are shortlisted for the mains on the basis of their scores in paper 1. Thanks.

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