UPPCS Prelims is one of the coveted Exam of Uttar Pradesh. It has been seen that every year Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission repeats many questions which have been asked in the earlier UPPCS Prelims Exams. So, UPPCS aspirants must go through the question papers of UPPCS Prelims Exam at least of 10 years. One of the important aspects of solving previous year question papers is that it will provide an idea of questions to be asked in the UPPCS Prelims Exam.
The level of competition is high in UPPCS Exam and the aspirant needs a better preparation to crack this exam. The syllabus for UPPCS Prelims Exam covers wide ranges of subjects which make this exam more difficult. UPPCS Prelims Exam consists of two papers i.e. General Studies Paper I and General Studies Paper II.
In General Paper I, questions to be asked from various subjects like History, Geography, Indian Polity, Economy, Environment and Ecology, General Science and Technology and questions based on Historical, Geographical, Cultural, economic aspects of Uttar Pradesh.
In General Studies Paper II, questions to be asked from the subjects like General English (Comprehensions), Elementary Mathematics, General Mental Ability, Logical Reasoning, Decision Making etc.
UPPCS Prelims Exam: General Studies Paper I
UPPSC UPPCS Prelims Exam 2016 General Studies Question Paper I
Q. Which community has the lowest sex ratio in India as disclosed in the additional data pertaining to Census 2011 released recently?
Q. The first woman recently elected to Local Council of Mecca in Saudi is
(a) Mariam Bint
(b) Hanouf Bint
(c) Salma Pint
(d) Aasma Bint
Some of the important topics, questions have been asked from are: Census 2011, Seva Divas, Sahitya Academy Puraskar, important books and authors, 64th Miss Universe competition, rock systems in India, the largest exporter of tea, highest peak of Indian peninsula, irrigation system in India, Golden Triangle, oil refineries in India, dams and rivers, social welfare schemes, deficit financing, Sarva Siksha Abhiyan etc.
UPPSC UPPCS Prelims Exam 2015 General Studies Question Paper I
Q. The 'Nalanda-Project' is a programme of the Ministry of:
(b) Human Resource Development
(c) Minority Affairs
(d) External Affairs
Q. Kandla is well known for:
(a) Ship breaking industry
(b) Cutting and polishing of diamonds
(c) Export processing zone
(d) Traditional art and craft centre
Some of the important topics, questions have been asked from are: World's important days, BSE-GREENEX, the Gandhian Plan, Census 2011, Demography of Uttar Pradesh, myopia, plant and animal hormone, xylem and phloem, sources of water, climate change etc.
UPPSC UPPCS Prelims Exam 2015 General Studies Question Paper I held on 29 March 2015
Q. Eleventh schedule of the Constitution of India is related to
(a) Panchayati Raj
(c) Centre-State relations
(d) None of the above
Q. Which one of the following statements is true about right to information?
(a) It is a Political right.
(b) It is a Constitutional right.
(c) It is a Legal right.
(d) It is a Social right.
Some of the important topics, questions have been asked from are: Role of parliament, State Finance Commission of U.P., Local Self Government' in India, Planning Commission of India, national and international important days, foreign officials visit to India, SAARC summit, important books and authors, Sahitya Academy Award, parliamentary bills and Acts, M.L.A. Adarsh Village Scheme etc.
UPPSC UPPCS Prelims Exam 2014 General Studies Question Paper I
Q. Japan is near self-sufficient in
(b) Iron ore
(d) Mineral oil
Q. Radcliffe line defines boundary between
(a) North Korea and South Korea
(b) U.S.A. and Canada
(c) India and Pakistan
(d) India and China
Some of the important topics, questions have been asked from are: Census 2011, Sugarcane producing states of India, countries with uranium ore deposits, temperate grasslands of the world, rivers of South India, Election Commission of India, Public Accounts Committee of Indian Parliament, the financial relations between the Union Government and States, Constituent Assembly, 'Basic structure' of the Indian Constitution, Indo-Pakistan International Trade Fair, Nalanda Project, WTO, Fiver Year Plans, Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF), social welfare schemes etc.
UPPCS Prelims Exam GENERAL STUDIES PAPER II CSAT
UPPCS Prelims Exam 2016 General Studies Paper II (CSAT)
Q. The inability to realize that a problem can-be—saved by using a familiar object in an unusual way is likely due to:
(a) functional fixedness
(b) rule bound approach
(c) regulatory mechanism
(d) limited capacity
Q. Four children are sitting in a row. A is occupying the seat next to B but not next to C. If C is not sitting next to D, who is occupying seat adjacent to D?
(d) Impossible to tell
UPPCS Prelims Exam 2015 General Studies Paper II (CSAT)
Q. Which of the following words is the antonym of the word 'Auspicious'?
Q. Fill the blank in the following sentence by choosing the most appropriate alternative:
The story is too fantastic to be .......