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    How many subjects will we have to study for UPSC exam?

    hello
    how many subjects dose compulsary we have to study for upsc and what are the optional subjects please give information clearly please ?

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    Vatsal Array
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    Re: How many subjects will we have to study for UPSC exam?

    for the general studies paper you have to study all the subjects at a glance., and select 2 optional subjects and study them deeply.
    study hard to achieve success
    all the best
    happy learning!!!

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    Re: How many subjects will we have to study for UPSC exam?

    hi,
    As you know that UPSC exam consist;-

    Preliminary exam, Mains exam and Interview.

    Preliminary exam consist two papers of General studies.

    Therefore you have to read All general studies subject to crack preliminary exam.

    Mains exam consist;-

    English Language papers

    Essay

    General studies

    Your optional subjects papers

    You have to read Your choosing optional subject with very hard work.

    You have to concentrate on your English.

    English Language plays an Important role in Civil services exam.

    You have to give your Interview in English medium.

    All the best...................

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    Re: How many subjects will we have to study for UPSC exam?

    Hi



    You have to study the General knowledge ,Mathematics,English And the subjects you choose for the mains exams.

    PROCEDURE OF UPSC EXAM

    1.Preliminary Exam

    2.Main Exam

    3.Interview


    EXAM PATTERN OF UPSC EXAMS




    There is a huge list of the optional subjects in the UPSC.

    you can see them and can select any of the subjects in which you are interested.

    SUBJECTS IN UPSC




    For more information about UPSC exams you can click here http://www.upsc.gov.in

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    Re: How many subjects will we have to study for UPSC exam?

    hi,

    i like your interest in upsc.

    >> here im going to show you an exact picture of upsc pattern .

    >> 1st step is prelims exam.

    >> that is for 400 marks. and 2 subject.

    >1 General studies
    >2.General Aptitude.

    >> is you clear this prelims then you have to pass mains exam.

    >> in mains exam there are 7 subject and in this 4 is optional and 3 is compulsory .

    >> is you clear this round you have to face final interview that is 200 marks.

    >> after that you are in civil service.

    >> i hope you have got me

    >> all the best.







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    Re: How many subjects will we have to study for UPSC exam?

    In the UPSC Civil Services Exams there are three stages:
    >> Prelims
    >> Mains
    >> Interviews

    Prelims is the first stage and only if you clear this stage you can give the mains exams.

    In the Prelims Exams you have to answer Two papers.
    Both these Papers are of Objective type
    Both these Papers are common for all the candidates


    In the UPSC MAINS EXAMINATION there are 7 papers:

    Paper one:
    Section 1 Essay
    Section 2 English Comprehension and English Precis (Matriculation or Xth standard level)

    Paper Two
    General Studies–I (Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society)

    Paper Three
    General Studies –II (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations)

    Paper Four
    General Studies –III (Technology, Economic Development, Bio-diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management)

    Paper Five
    General Studies –IV (Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude)

    Paper Six
    Optional Subject – Paper 1

    Paper Seven
    Optional Subject – Paper 2

    List of optional subjects for Main Examination (two optional subjects has to be chosen from the below list)
    Agriculture
    Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
    Anthropology
    Botany
    Chemistry
    Civil Engineering
    Commerce and Accountancy
    Economics
    Electrical Engineering
    Geography
    Geology
    History
    Law
    Management
    Mathematics
    Mechanical Engineering
    Medical Science
    Philosophy
    Physics
    Political Science and International

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