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Indian Administrative Service or IAS Exams (popularly known as Civil Services Exams) are being conducted every year in India to fill prestigious posts.

IAS Prelims Syllabus

IAS prelims have following two parts, each part consist of 200 marks
General Studies Paper I: 100 questions
General Studies Paper II: 80 questions

Syllabus for Paper I

History of India and Indian national movement
Indian and World Geography
Indian Polity and Economic
General Science
Current events of national and international

Syllabus for Paper II
Communication skills
Logical reasoning & analytical ability
Decision making & problem solving
Basic numeracy
English language comprehension skills
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Union Public Service Commission conducts the conducts IAS exam every year.

IAS Prelims Syllabus

General Studies Paper I
Maximum marks : 200
Number of Questions : 100
Total Time : 120 minutes (02 hours)
Syllabus

1. Current events of national and international importance
2. History of India and Indian national movement
3. Indian and World Geography
4. Indian Polity and governance
5. Economic and social development
6. General issues on environmental ecology, bio-diversity and climate change
7. General Science

General Studies Paper II
Maximum marks : 200
Number of Questions : 80
Total Time : 120 minutes (02 hours)
Syllabus

1. Comprehension
2. Interpersonal skills which include communication skills
3. Logical reasoning & analytical ability
4. Decision making & problem solving
5. General mental ability
6. Basic numeracy
7. English language comprehension skills (Class X level)

IAS Mains Syllabus

Paper I (One of the Indian Languages to be selected by the candidate)
Maximum marks : 200

Paper II (English)
Maximum marks : 300

Paper III (Essay)
Maximum marks : 200

Paper IV & V (General Studies)
Maximum marks : 600

Paper VI, VII, VIII, IX (Any two subjects (each having 2 papers) to be selected from the prescribed optional subjects)
Maximum marks : 1200

Contact details

Union Public Service Commision
New Delhi, Delhi (state) ‎
011 2338 5271

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