How Upsc Pattern Changed Through The Years?

How many times UPSC changed its pattern?

The exam is conducted in three stages and they are prelims, mains and personality test/interview and prolongs almost for a year. The civil services exam pattern has seen a complete overhaul in the past six years and there have been minor and major changes in the pattern.

Is the syllabus of UPSC change every year?

No, the UPSC releases its syllabuses for the preliminary and main examinations every year. The UPSC syllabus has not changed since 2013.

Is UPSC changing pattern?

The UPSC has not made any changes in the eligibility criteria for 2021.

What was the UPSC pattern before 2013?

But as it is known to everyone, the pre-2013 scenario of 1200 marks for optional papers and 600 marks for general studies was totally reversed in 2013 which made huge impact in the input needed from candidates. 2013 Mains Exam provided for 1000 marks in general studies and 500 marks in optional subject.

Do topics repeat in UPSC?

Yes! UPSC papers have repetitions of questions from previous year’s papers, but only for certain topics.

Who came 1st in UPSC exam?

Hailing from Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, the AIR-1, Shruti Sharma qualified for her UPSC IAS Examination on her second attempt and excelled in the examination with a total score of 1105 out of 2025. Shruti Sharma is a History Graduate from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi.

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Who broke UPSC first attempt without coaching?

Arunraj, reportedly, did not join any coaching and prepared on his own. He focused a lot on the NCERT textbooks for UPSC. Relying almost entirely on the NCERTs, he was able to crack the UPSC exam in his very first attempt.

Who is youngest cracking UPSC?

Ansar Shaikh is the youngest IAS Officer in India. He is a 2016 batch IAS who secured an AIR 361 and made his place on the UPSC Toppers List. Ansar Shaikh was just 21 years of age when he achieved this feat. He chose Marathi as a subject for taking the Mains exam and Interview.

Is 7 months sufficient for UPSC?

Hi, Yes, Even if you start preparing now – if you adopt the right strategies, do the smart-work , learn what is needed, and don’t go behind everything under the Sun – yes, you can clear UPSC CSE Prelims with just 6 months of preparation.

Will UPSC remove CSAT?

No, CSAT is not removed from the UPSC Exam 2022. CSAT or the General Studies-2 paper is still part of the UPSC exam 2022, and candidates must come up with a solid preparation strategy to ace this exam. It is however a qualifying paper and the marks are not counted in merit.