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Strategy How to Prelims Preparation in 60 Days-

 follows Easy Points  and Crack IAS Prelims 2020 in 60 Days, So  UPSC IAS Aspirants First of All Know about Exam Pattern and how to Prepare IAS Prelims Exam, and  know about Preferred UPSC Books and study Material. IAS Prelims Test Series, how to prepare IAS Prelims general studies, Specially Current Affairs, how to prepare IAS Prelims by Self Study.

Vedanta IAS Academy providing a good Platform for UPSC IAS Aspirants. Under our Guidelines and Tips to Crack Civil Services Prelims Exam its Very Useful. So, IAS Aspirants go through the Following  Ten Points.


Nothing is Impossible, If you Can Think about Target and Do Honestly  Then You Must Achieve Success”


Point 1- Know the UPSC Exam Pattern

The first of all We Know About  Civil pattern of the examination Under this Points.

The Civil Services Exam is conducted by the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) every year,Total 3 Stages Preliminary, Mains and Interview

Stage I: Preliminary Examination ( GS & CSAT )

There are Two papers in Preliminary exams: -  Paper I(General Studies)  and Paper II(Aptitude Test)

If You Qualify to Paper I Then you Eligible for the Mains examination. Paper II is only to Analyze it is only qualifying nature. Your marks scored in Paper II are NOT added in overall merit.

Paper I (General Studies)

No. of Questions: 100

Total Marks : 200

Duration: Two Hours

No. of Questions: 80

Total Marks : 200

Duration: Two Hours

 Stage II: Mains Examination

In This Stage Check the Student Think and Writing Skills and how much aware about recent incidents and give to Write Essay any related Topics in  Main Examination.

The written examination will consist of total 9 papers of essay type descriptive nature.

Stage III:  Interview

Candidates who obtain minimum qualifying marks in the Main Examination Which decide by the UPSC, an interview for a Personality Test.

Point 2-Know the UPSC Exam Syllabus

 Paper I Syllabus (General Studies)

  1. Ancient Medieval and Modern history of India and Indian National Movement
  2. Current Affairs- Events of national and international

1.Indian Geography & World Geography : Economic geography  Physical, Social of India and the World.

2.Indian Polity & Governance – Indian Constitution, Political System, Public Policy, Panchayati Raj

  1. Economic and Social Development ,Poverty, Demographics, Inclusion, Social Sector Initiatives
  2. General Science ,Comprehension
  3. General issues on Environmental Ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change

Paper II Syllabus

  1. General mental ability
  2. Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  3. Decision making and problem solving
  4. Basic numeracy and their relations, orders of magnitude etc.
  5. Data Interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data)  all 10th Level
  6. Interpersonal skills including communication skills
  7. English Language Comprehension skills
  8. Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills


Point 3-Preparation of General Studies

This section covers on Current Events of national and international importance. Which gives a complete panorama of national and international affairs. General Studies Paper Contain Revised and updated every year with the latest developments and events, Popular Incidents, deals, Political Changes etc. in every field. There are 100 questions to be answer in two hours, each question carries two marks. It means there will be Average time for solve around 80. So speed and accuracy is essential to tackle this examination. While the correct answer will give you 2 marks, and wrong answer detect of 0.66 marks.

The 100 questions can be broadly divided into three categories:-

  1. Multiple Choice Questions – single Response Correct
  2. Multiple Choice Questions – Multiple Response Correct
  3. Multiple Choice Questions – Matching Type


Point 4-Prepration of Current Affairs(Current Event Incidents)

UPSC asks questions from various sections relating them to current affairs. For example, Economic Budget.

Standard are the most reliable resources for Cuurent Affairs:

  • Government Websites of ministries
  • Online Website and Follow Popular Blog,Articles
  • The Hindu paper and Indian Express,Magzines
  • Rajyasabha and Loksabha TV Channel discussions
  • All India radio News Bulletin, Mann ki Baat of Prime minister
  • Collect Information National International Events,Deals,ISRO News
  • Business & economy section Cover Weekly or Monthly
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