Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the pattern of the Civil Services Examination?

Civil Services Examination is a 3-stage examination held every year.
Stage 1 – Preliminary Test
Stage 2 – Main Exam
Stage 3 – Personality Test / Interview

What is the Main Examination?

The Main Exam (Subjective papers of 1750 marks) consists of 7 papers which are usually held from early December for around 21 days. The current pattern of Main examination is as follows: –
Essay – 250 marks (3 hours)

General Studies
Paper I – 250 marks (3 hours)
Paper II – 250 marks (3 hours)
Paper III – 250 marks (3 hours)
Paper IV – 250 marks (3 hours)

Optional Subject 1
Paper 1 – 250 marks (3 hours)
Paper 2 – 250 marks (3 hours)
English Language 300 marks (qualifying paper; marks not included in Main Exam)
Modern Indian Language 300 marks (qualifying paper; marks not included in Main Exam)
Usually Paper 1 is held from 9 am to 12 pm and Paper 2 is held from 2 pm to 5 pm.

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Eligibility to appear for the Exam?

Students must be degree holders or graduates (degree recognized by University Grants Commission) to appear for this Examination. Indian students holding a foreign degree need to ensure that their degree is accredited or recognized by UGC.

What is the number of vacancies by UPSC every year?

The number of vacancies reported by Union Public Service Commission varies every year. The number of vacancies per year in the last few years had varied between 1000 and 1200.

What is the Preliminary Test?

Stage 1 – Preliminary Test – consists of objective questions with penalty (negative marking) for wrong answers. (This is generally held on 2nd or 3rd Sunday in the month of August)
Paper 1 – General Studies (200 marks) 2 hours
Paper 2 – CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) (200 marks) 2 hours (CSAT 33% qualify)
There is a cut-off in the Preliminary Test which varies every year and is decided by the UPSC.

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