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IAS Prelims 2014:GS Paper I:Ancient History: Previous Year's Questions

May 27, 2014 11:23 IST

    IAS Exam 2014 notification will be issued on 31 May 2014 by Union Public Service Commission. The press note issued by the Commission says that there will be no change in the Syllabus and Pattern of the Exam.This time the competition will be cut throat even tougher than in the previous years due to the age relaxation provided by the Department of Personnel in February. So this year the look and feel of the competition will be different and tougher. The candidates should keep this fact in mind and should always gear up for the hard competition coming ahead in the IAS Prelims Exam 2014. The IAS Prelims 2014 will have two papers as in the past.

    The Ancient History is a big portion of the IAS Prelims General Studies Paper I Syllabus but the questions asked are very less in number. But the candidates cannot leave the area because even a single question makes difference in the result.

    The previous year questions also play a big role in the preparation of IAS Exam because it gives the real feel and the satndard of the questions.The Candidates should get the trend of the Questions from Ancient History Questions from the IAS Prelims previous year question papers. The candidates can attempt the questions given below and get the real feel of the questions asked in the IAS Prelims question paper.

    The Candidates can share their preparation related queries/doubts at the of Myjosh.

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