How Many Need To Qualify Upsc Indian Language?

How many marks are required for language paper in UPSC?

Both the papers are for three hours and make up a total of 300 marks each. Candidates have to score at least 75 marks (25%) in both these papers to qualify.

Is it compulsory to give Indian language in UPSC?

Out of the nine papers in the Mains exam, the first paper is known as ‘Paper A’ and is the compulsory Indian language paper. This paper is compulsory for all candidates except for those hailing from the north-eastern states of India.

Is Hindi a qualifying paper in UPSC?

Answer. No, Hindi is not compulsory for upsc examination. Moreover, If you are from the north-eastern states i.e Sikkim/ Arunachal Pradesh/Meghalaya, Manipur/Mizoram / Nagaland then you are exempted from giving mains paper A i.

In which language should I study for UPSC?

Candidates can opt for English, Hindi or any other regional language when facing the UPSC panel.

How to choose Indian language in UPSC?

Preparing for the UPSC Indian language paper Select your language wisely. It is recommended that you select the language that you learnt at school and have some grip over. CBSE school level books (Std. X) will be sufficient for this paper.

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Is UPSC language paper difficult?

Civil Service Exam conducted by UPSC consists of 2 compulsory language papers which are only qualifying in nature. But every year it has been noticed that around 10% of the mains aspirants fail to clear the language paper despite a decent performance in General studies and optional.

Can I clear UPSC Without Hindi?

Hindi is a compulsory paper in CSE Mains. However you can take other languages too for compulsory paper ( list is given in upsc notification). Aspirants from some states in Northeast are exempted from appearing in Indian language compulsory paper( details in upsc notification).

Can I give UPSC in any language?

Answer – The candidates, opting for Indian Language medium for the written part of the Civil Services (Main) Examination may choose either the same Indian Language or English or Hindi as the medium for the interview.

Is Hindi mandatory for IAS?

Ans. No, Hindi Language is not compulsory for UPSC Mains unless you choose it as the compulsory paper in UPSC Mains. You also can choose the medium of UPSC Mains and Prelims in Hindi.

Does UPSC score Sanskrit?

Candidates often choose Sanskrit as their UPSC mains optional subject because it is scoring.