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Mains Question Papers

 

2018 (Click on the subject to download)

Essay
GS Paper-1

GS Paper-II
GS Paper-III
GS Paper-IV

2017 (Click on the subject to download)

Essay
GS Paper-1

GS Paper-II
GS Paper-III
GS Paper-IV

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                                                 Preliminary Examination (CLICK HERE FOR PRELIMS SYLLABUS)

Paper

Maximum Marks

General Studies I

200

General Studies II (CSAT) 

200

                                                    Mains Examination (CLICK HERE FOR MAINS SYLLABUS)

Essay

250

General Studies 1

250

General Studies 2

250

General Studies 3

250

General Studies 4

250

Indian Language (Compulsory) 

300

English (Compulsory) 

300

Optional Paper 1

250

Optional Paper 2

250

Total Mains 

1750

                                                        Personality Test( CLICK HERE)

Personality Test

275

Total Marks

2025

 

a – General Studies II paper in Preliminary Examination is Qualifying with a minimum required score of 33% to be eligible for Mains.

b – Any one of the Indian Languages can be chosen for this paper from a list as given later. The minimum required qualifying marks are  25% or 75 marks to be eligible for Personality Test

c –  English language paper requires a minimum marks of 25% or 75 marks to be eligible for the Personality Test.

d – Total Marks in Mains only include marks for 7 papers (GS 1, GS 2, GS 3, GS 4, Essay, Optional Paper 1 and 2) as English and Indian Language are qualifying papers only.

 

For selection in the final merit list, the marks of CSE Mains Written Examination and Personality Test are added.