UPSC Mains Syllabus 2017 Paper I to VII Exam Pattern

UPSC Mains Syllabus 2017

After successful completion of UPSC Prelims examination, candidates must pass MAINS examination to be qualified for the post. To qualify this MAINS examination, candidates must have a proper plan and the plan will be generated through the syllabus which is given in this website. So all the applicants who need to qualify this UPSC MAINS examination must observe the syllabus to gain good marks and to be qualified for the post applied.

UPSC Mains Exam Pattern 2017

The management of UPSC will filter the candidates through two examinations those are 1. Paper A (Language selected by the candidate) and Paper B (English Language). These two papers contains 300 marks each and candidates must remember that these two papers will only to calculate the candidate’s skill over the language and not to mix in the original marks. Now check the below main papers which will be counted for qualify the candidates and these papers will be appeared by the candidates after qualify the first two papers that is Part A.

UPSC Mains Syllabus Paper I to VII 2017

Paper I

Eaasy Writing

Paper II

General Studies-I (History and Geography, Indian Heritage and Culture and Present Society)

Paper III

General Studies-II (Constitution, Polity, Governance, International Relations and Social Justice)

Paper IV

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

Paper V

General Studies-IV (Integrity and Aptitude, Ethics)

Paper VI

Optional Subject-I

Paper VII

Optional Subject-IIĀ UPSC Mains Examination 2017 -17

Each of the above 7 papers contains 250 marks and after qualify this examination their will be Personality Test which carries 275 marks. Grand Total will be 2025 for this whole examination including Personality Test. The question paper will be conventional (essay) type and each paper has the duration of 3 hours. Candidates can choose their language to answer the questions as per Eighth Schedule to the Constitution of India and they can also continue through English language, but qualifying papers do not have this option.

Candidates should not carry mobile phones or other banned items, if the management will detect that those are along with the candidates while appearing the examination then their candidature will be canceled. Candidates have to be fit under the norms of Physical Standards mentioned by the officials in this organization. Candidates must regularly check the updates available in the official website of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) i.e and also follow this website.

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