Is UPSC Mains Exam Written or Objective?

Are UPSC Mains Exam Written or Objective? Find the Answer Here!

Many people who want to become an IAS officer but are yet to kick start the preparation are often unaware of the exam structure. UPSC Mains exam is a written and subjective examination. This article gives you complete and authentic information on the exam structure and pattern of UPSC Mains as well as Prelims.

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Important Books For UPSC Maths Optional

Important Books For UPSC Maths Optional

Mathematics is a complicated subject that needs the deep application of your brain. This is what most of the students feel. Well, that’s somewhere true that Maths is a technical subject involving too many formulas but those who like it, it is nothing less than fun to study Maths.

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How to Become an IAS Officer

How to Become an IAS Officer in India

UPSC civil services examination is one of the toughest examinations of India. Every year almost around 4 lakh students appear for the examination and only around thousands of them reach their goal. So, it can be clearly understood that it is not a matter of joke and it is pretty tough and tiresome journey for the UPSC aspirants to fulfil their target.

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Strategy for Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science Optional for UPSC

Strategy for Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science Optional for UPSC

Animal husbandry is the administration and care of farm animals by people. Veterinary Science is the science of diagnosing and treating maladies in feathered creatures and animals. It covers the investigation of animal physiology, treatment and avoidance of sicknesses among animals.

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IAS Toppers Marks - Subject-Wise Last 5 Years

IAS Toppers Marks - Subject-Wise Last 5 Years

The UPSC Civil Services exam is considered as the toughest nut to crack as this national level exam is attempted by lakhs of aspirants every year. However, out of all applicants, only a tiny fraction of candidates emerge successfully after the long-drawn process concludes.

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UPSC Sociology Syllabus 2020 for IAS Mains

UPSC Sociology Syllabus 2020 for IAS Mains – Sociology Optional Subject

UPSC Sociology Syllabus 2020 – Most of the candidates choose Sociology as one of the Optional Subjects, which is offered by the UPSC for Civil Services Exam. UPSC CSE is conducted at three levels – Preliminary, Mains, and Interview. Candidates who appear for Mains need to select one of the Optional subjects from the list of subjects.

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How Many IAS Officers are Recruited Every Year?

How Many IAS Officers are Recruited Every Year?

It is a common belief that our country India is not run by ministers but by bureaucrats. These bureaucrats are senior IAS officers who promote themselves to later by becoming the Secretary of the Government of India.

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Dissecting the Newspaper to Crack the UPSC Civil Services Exam

Dissecting the Newspaper to Crack the UPSC Civil Services Exam

Reading the newspaper regularly is very important for keeping yourself updated with the current happenings around the world and in the country especially for the preparation of general Studies subject. Besides reading the NCERT textbooks and reference books, it is crucial to daily go through the newspaper. A lot of questions are asked in the examination.

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UPSC Physics Syllabus 2020 – Check IAS Mains Optional Subjects

UPSC Physics Syllabus 2020 – Check IAS Mains Optional Subjects

UPSC conducts IAS exam in 3 successive stages i.e. Prelims, Mains, and Interview. In this league, UPSC Civil Services Mains Exam has Physics as one of the most preferred Optional Subjects. Herein, this article brings you the UPSC Physics syllabus 2020 for Physics Optional.

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10 Non-Fiction Books Every IAS Aspirant Should Read Beyond The Syllabus

10 Non-Fiction Books Every IAS Aspirant Should Read Beyond The Syllabus

It is no secret that the UPSC syllabus is vast like an ocean and you can’t get every drop of it. There is a lot of amazing non-fiction books that every IAS aspirant should read. This wouldn’t just give the insight into the deep understanding of things around you but also helps you in the preparation of UPSC syllabus.

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