UPSC IAS Mains 2020: Economics Optional Previous Years’ Question Papers (2019 to 2010)

UPSC: Aspirants appearing in UPSC IAS Mains 2020 exam with Economics optional can check the Previous Years’ Question Papers of Economics from 2019 to 2010. 

Created On: Dec 9, 2020 20:31 IST
UPSC IAS Mains 2020: Economics Optional Previous Years’ Question Papers (2019 to 2010)
UPSC IAS Mains 2020: Economics Optional Previous Years’ Question Papers (2019 to 2010)

UPSC: Although the syllabus for Economics optional is dynamic and lengthy, if read well, it proves to be one of the scoring optional subjects. Candidates with an Economics degree or who work as economists, finance managers, trade compliance, and international trade professionals or bankers can opt for Economics as their optional. Aspirants can check the previous year’s papers. These papers not only act as a guiding booklet but also helps in answer writing practice. Check below the past 10 years’ papers of Economics optional. 

UPSC IAS Mains 2020: Syllabus for Economics Optional Papers

UPSC IAS Mains 2020: Economics Optional Previous Years’ Question Papers

UPSC IAS Mains Economics Optional Previous Year Papers - 2019

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UPSC IAS Mains Economics Optional Previous Year Papers - 2018

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UPSC IAS Mains Economics Optional Previous Year Papers - 2017

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UPSC IAS Mains Economics Optional Previous Year Papers - 2016

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UPSC IAS Mains Economics Optional Previous Year Papers - 2015

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UPSC IAS Mains Economics Optional Previous Year Papers - 2014

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UPSC IAS Mains Economics Optional Previous Year Papers - 2013

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UPSC IAS Mains Economics Optional Previous Year Papers - 2012

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UPSC IAS Mains Economics Optional Previous Year Papers - 2011

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UPSC IAS Mains Economics Optional Previous Year Papers - 2010

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Paper-II

Economics Optional Subject has two subjective papers (paper I and Paper II). Each paper is of 250 marks with a total of 500 marks. Many topics that you read in Economics are useful for other subjects like GS III. You can also use some of the concepts in Economics in the other general studies papers. 

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