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UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims (CSAT) Paper 2017 Cutoff marks

Apr 27, 2018 15:26 IST
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UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims Cut off 2017
UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims Cut off 2017

UPSC had conducted the Civil Service IAS Prelims Exam on 18 June 2017 in two sessions. The IAS Prelims Exam is composed of two question papers. The General Studies I question paper ask about all the topics given in the IAS Syllabus as released in the IAS Notification by UPSC. The General Studies Paper II CSAT is qualifying in nature and only minimum qualifying marks are required so that the General Studies I marks can be counted for the merit of the IAS Prelim Exam.

The UPSC IAS Prelims cut-off is dependent on various factors such as the difficulty level of the paper, how the IAS aspirants have performed in the IAS Prelims Exam and the number of notified vacancies in the UPSC Civil Services Notification. The interplay of these three factors influence the IAS Prelims cut-off each year.

How to Prepare for IAS Prelims in 100 Days

UPSC IAS Prelims 2017 cut off did not will follow the trend of the past years.  There are more than 1000 seats in the Civil Services Notification this year. IAS Prelims 2017 Cut-off for the GS paper will show the following trend as per the table shown below.

IAS Prelims 2017 Expected Cut off Marks for GS+CSAT

   IAS  Prelims        General  Studies

2013 (out of 400)

2014 (Out of 385)

2015(200)

2016(Max 200 m)

 Cutoff 2017

General

241

205

107.34

 116

105.34

OBC(Other Backward Classes)

222

204

106

110.6

102.66

SC(Scheduled Caste)

207

182

94

99.34

 88.66

ST(ScheduledTribes)

201

174

91.34

96.00

 88.66

UPSC has released the Cutoff marks for the Civil Services Exam 2017. IAS Prelims cutoff marks for the General candidates is 105.34 marks. This official cutoff marks are very much in line with the predictions of Jagranjosh.com. We have given these marks just after the IAS Prelims Exam 2017. The IAS aspirants and the coaching institutes keep giving hypothetical cut off marks for the IAS Prelims Exam which is beyond the reality.

The cut off marks depends on the level of difficulty of the question paper and the overall preparation of the IAS aspirants. The second preposition is very difficult to ascertain. On the basis of average preparation and the previous year trends we deduce the Cutoff marks with IAS Prelims analysis.

IAS Prelims 2017 Answer Key

IAS Prelims 2017 Question Paper Detail Analysis

Official IAS Prelims 2017 Cut-Off Marks

The IAS Prelims General Studies Question Paper was of Moderate Difficulty level and not so hard but the keeping in mind the details asked in the Current Affairs questions and the questions having the obvious answers the Cutoff for the IAS Prelims Exam General Studies will rise from the last year. UPSC has issued the following marks for each Stage of Civil Services Exam 2017.

IAS Prelims 2016 GS Answer Key

IAS Cut off 2016 details

IAS Cutoff

Jagran Josh Prediction for IAS Prelims 2016 Cut off Marks

   IAS  Prelims        General  Studies

2013 (out of 400)

2014 (Out of 385)

2015(Out of 200)

EXPECTED 2016

General

241

205

107.34

11010

OBC(Other Backward Classes)

222

204

106

10710

SC(Scheduled Caste)

207

182

94

955

ST(ScheduledTribes)

201

174

91.34

925

IAS Prelims Exam 2016 GS Question Paper:  Break-up of Questions

Serial No

Topics

No of Questions

1

Indian Polity

5

2

Geographical Phenomenons and Indian Geography

4

3

General Science and Technology

9

4

Ecology and Environment 

13

5

Social and Economic Development

13

6

History of India And Modern History

13

7 Art and Culture 4
8 Government Programs+Missions+Schemes 10

9

Current Affairs and Miscellaneous

29

IAS Prelims Analysis

The UPSC IAS Prelims Exam 2016 has been conducted on 7th August, 2016. IAS Prelims General Studies Paper I was conducted in the first session and the General Studies II CSAT in the Second. It is very important to understand the process of Examination with the correct information and Analysis. It is a trend that the number of person who appears in the IAS Prelims Exam is around 50 % of the Number of Total Applicants.

IAS Prelims 2016 GS II CSAT Answer Key

IAS Prelims Question Paper Analyis is very important for all the IAS aspirants as it helps in the IAS Preparation for the IAS Prelims Exam 2017 which is scheduled in the month of June 2017. The IAS Prelims GS Questions Breakup is given here with the detail analysis of each and every Question in the upcoming articles.

The Aspirants are more curious to know the whole analysis of General Studies Paper I and Paper II. As usual the General Studies Paper I was much surprising for the aspirants because it did not followed the trend of asking questions from static portion of the various subjects and was tilted towards the Current Affairs Topics and Economy topics. Around 48 questions were asked from the Current Affairs and 45 questions appeared from Jagranjosh’current affairs section itself. The usual trend of asking questions from Geography was missing.

The aspirants who didn’t cover the Current Affairs topics of last at least 6 months, the Paper was quite terrifying for them. The General Studies Paper I consist of almost of 48 questions from the dynamic or Current Affairs section alone while the only 50 questions has been asked from the static portion which is quite different from the previous trend of asking questions in IAS Prelims Exam.
However, there are reasonable number of questions has been asked from Science and Technology, Environment and Ecology and Government Schemes and various policies.

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