IAS Prelims is a matter of achieving threshold level of different subject knowledge, their interrelations, interconnected processes and their application in the outer world. Candidates who once achieve this threshold always clear IAS prelims in the successive attempts unless some blunders occur.
Union Public Service Commission conducts the Civil Services Examination each year. To aid the preparation of the candidates we suggest that the candidates should prioritise their studies for the IAS Prelims as per the importance of the sections as appeared in the IAS prelims Question Paper.
Civil Services is one of the most sought after job among the motivated youth of India. Each year lakhs of student appear for Civil Services Exam but only thousand makes to the final merit list. Qualifying in Civil services exam requires both hard and smart work given the enormity and vastness of syllabus.
Smart work requires prioritising the syllabus based on weightage that is number of questions asked in the previous year paper. Going through the previous year papers of General studies one can comprehend that there are certain topics and areas which holds greater weightage like Geography, Economics and Social Development, Indian Polity, Modern History and Environment and Ecology. Other topics like Science & technology, Ancient history, medieval history, Art & Culture and Current events should be done after finishing those with higher priority.