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UPPCS Prelims 2014:How to Start Preparation

May 21, 2014 17:22 IST

    Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission recently notified the Uttar Pradesh Combined State/Upper Subordinate Services 2014 Exam commonly called as UPPCS 2014. The UPPCS Exam is the most coveted and difficult exam after UPSC’s IAS Prelims. Often the candidates find it difficult to start the preparation and the start is very important because "Well Start is Half Done". Jagranjosh.com presents the outine of the important sections of the UPPCS Syllabus and the pattern of questions asked in the UPPCS Prelims Exams so that the candidates can skillfully start their preparation.


    History

    The UPPCS is also one of the toughest nuts to crack among the State PCS Prelims. Though the Standard and the Pattern is stable but the questions are evolving year by year. The Number of History questions always remain high so the candidates should study History Topics in their entirety.
    As the UPPCS Prelims Exam 2014 is scheduled to be conducted on 3 August 2014, there is very less time for the candidates to prepare the syllabus in its Entirety.

    Current Affairs

    Current Affairs has always played a big role in the UPPCS Prelims Exam Always. The UPPCS Prelims Question Paper has always asked the current affairs in a good number.  The Current Affairs asked in the UPPCS has some different characteristics that is sometimes it ask about the dates, places and Names related to the Current Affairs.

    Geography

    UPPCS Prelims question paper consists of good number of Geography questions. The Question paper asks the names and location of peaks, beaches, types of beaches and the likes.

    Polity

    Polity questions asked in the UPPCS Prelims are very conceptual and tricky. The standard of Polity Questions is always equivalent to the IAS Prelims. The candidates face problems in answering such questions.

    Economy

    The UPPCS Prelims exam covers the economy topics from two aspects. One is the current happenings in the economy and second is the whole Economic Process followed since the independence of the Country.

    The candidates can share their exam related problems/strategy/queries at the IAS/PCS group of Myjosh.

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