15.12.15 | JagranJosh.com Alert – Civil Services Exam (सिविल सर्विस परीक्षा)

For the Civil Service aspirants, it is very crucial to go through the Model Questions during their last leg of preparation. Here, Jagranjosh.com has tried its best to compile questions for the General Studies Paper I for UPSC IAS Mains Exam, will be much helpful for your preparation.

Created On: Dec 15, 2015 18:34 IST

In UPSC IAS Mains Exam, the General Studies Paper I consists question from various areas of Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society.  A student needs to study sincerely by adopting a better study plans because this section particularly more extensive than others. However, the students lack in managing the word limit criteria in their answers. It necessary for the students to keep in their mind that they have to answer of what has been asked in the question instead of what he/she know about the particular topic. Their views and prescribed remedies for given topic must be mentioned neatly because UPSC wants to check your approaches to deal with issues or for the given topics.

Jagranjosh’s Model Test Paper for General Studies Paper I is completely based on the UPSC syllabus for Mains Exam. A student can analyse the approach lies in the questions to be asked in the Civil Services Mains Exam and they have to be prepared in the same line. The questions asked by UPSC are based on the application of any theories or any model. By attempting such Model Test Papers for IAS Mains Exam, the students could enhance their level of confidence and approaches for the same.

UPSC Main Examination of General Studies Paper I is scheduled on 19th of December 2015, so a candidate should not ignore this Model Questions and Answers of General Studies Paper I.

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