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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.
IAS Syllabus is the guiding principle for the IAS Preparation. IAS aspirants must download and see the IAS Syllabus in detail to get better marks in IAS Results
For the Civil Services IAS Prelims Examination 2016, here, we have put the CSAT syllabus in linear format, go through it and plan strategies for the preparation of IAS Prelims Exam:
The candidates will find here Syllabus of General Studies Paper II of IAS Prelims Exam.They need to plan and prioritise their preperation strategy accordingly based on the given syllabus.
Here you can find the CSAT syllabus for Civil Services Examination, 2012 (Prelims). CSAT is the popular term used for Paper-2 in IAS prelims exam. It was introduced in 2011.
Civil Services Aptitude Test. The UPSC PT pattern comprises of two objective papers i.e. (1) Civil Services Preliminary Exam Paper I and (2) Civil Services Exam Paper II
UPSC issued notification for Civil Services Examination 2011 which includes IAS, IFS, IPS and other Central Services (Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’). There will now be two compulsory papers-one is Civil Services Preliminary Exam Paper I and the other is Civil Services Exam Paper II
The UPSC sets out the format and the syllabus for the Civil Services Preliminary Examination. The Civil Services Preliminary Examination must be taken by all IAS, IPS, IFS and other civil services.
The IAS (Indian Administrative Services) or Civil Services Preliminary Examination consists of two papers of objective type (multiple choices) each carrying 200 marks