UPSC IAS 2017 Preliminary Exam Analysis

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UPSC IAS 2017 Preliminary Exam Analysis

UPSC IAS 2017 Preliminary Exam Analysis

Dear Aspirants.

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) successfully conducted the preliminary exam of  UPSC IAS 2017 on 18th June. About 10-12  lakhs students  appeared in the Most prestigious exam of the country. Though, it is famous as IAS Exam but it is  actually known as Civil Services Examination. It is conducted by Union Public Service Commission Every year. The Exam is conducted in offline mode.

The blog.oureducation.in brings you the latest exam analysis and Exam questions of UPSC IAS preliminary examination held on 18th June 2017.The Answer key of the examination will be uploaded soon. UPSC has also released the exam date calendar for the next year examination.

UPSC Preliminary Examination -Paper I ( General Studies) Exam Analysis

Dear friends,

The latest analysis of the most prestigious exam is presented in the post from the sincere students. The IAS exam is the most evolving exam and thus its analysis becomes a must for next year appearing students. This year UPSC made Huge morphological changes in the Question paper. Last year the Question paper is the current affairs dominant paper but this year the Question paper was amalgamate of both static and current affairs.The Difficulty level of Question paper was quite high which may lead to drop in 2017 paper cut off. Let us observe the expected cut off of various categories- 

 

Sl no.CategoryCut off 2016Expected cut off 2017
1.General116108 +-4
2.OBC110.6105 +-4
3.SC99.694 +-4
4.ST9691 +-4

According to some students questions were from conventional general studies and were asked from depth.The Questions were asked from various topics like geography, economics , current affairs, social issues , art and culture. Given below is the question and topic wise anlasysis of the Question paper-

 

Sl no.Topic/subjectNo of Question
1.ecolomics-international.org12
2.Geography8
3.Environment10
4.History10
5.Current Affairs -Government Schemes28
6.Indian polity22
7.Art & Culture4
8.Science & tech5
9.Social Issue1

 

UPSC Preliminary Examination -Paper I ( General Studies) Exam Questions- 

Dear Aspirants,

We analysed the question paper throughout each question and observed that many questions were given in UPSC IAS GS I paper from our study notes. This marks a great achievement for us as it helped many students to score good marks in General Studies Paper I.  Hence we are providing a detailed explanation of questions and also providing you the link of our notes from which the Questions were asked-

These are the original questions from the UPSC IAS 2017 . Alongwith Questions their links are also provided which are from our posts. 

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