The UPPCS Lower Subordinate Exam 2015 of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission has been conducted on 17 January 2015. The question paper of UPPCS Lower Subordinate Exam 2015 comprises of 150 questions from various static subjects like Geography, History, Polity, Economy and General Science and from other dynamic sections like Environment & Ecology and Current Affairs having national and international importance. After counting the number of questions from each section made no surprise because such pattern followed by UPPSC is known to every aspirant.
Here, we made an attempt to analyse the whole question paper and we would like to share these with the aspirants targeting the next attempt will be much beneficial for them. A systematic analysis of previous year question paper is must for the aspirants which will make them most convenient to formulate strategies for preparation of UPPCS Lower subordinate Exam 2016.
Geography: There are 21 questions which are directly from this subject. These 21 questions have been covered from various topics of geography very smarty. As per the expectations, there are a balanced number of questions between Indian geography and World Geography.
History: There are 20 questions which have association from history directly. It is evident from the number of questions asked that Modern History got more weightage in the question paper.
Indian Economy and Social Development: There are 20 numbers of questions from economy. If we analyse the nature of questions from this subject we found that most of the questions are associated with the current events and developments of Central Government.
Indian Polity and Governance: There are 19 numbers of questions which are directly asked from Indian Polity. The Indian Polity questions are based on the very common concepts of Indian Constitution as expected.
Science and Technology: There total 21 questions which have been asked from General Science. The questions asked are completely based on the syllabus provided by UPPSC.
Elementary Mathematics: There were total 18 questions from the Elementary Mathematics subject which have asked as per the expectations of the aspirants.
Current Events of National and International Importance: The rest questions are having nature of current events of National and International importance. In this section questions have been asked from the topics like Environment and Ecology, Sports, Awards, Books etc.
Overall, we can say this paper as more balanced and required a better preparation to achieve the required level of cut-off marks.
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