When will the next IAS exam will be held?
IAS Exam – Prelims 2021: Sunday – 10th October, 2021 (Prelims 2020 was on 4th October 2020) IAS Exam – Mains 2021: 7th January 2022 onwards (exams for five days)(Mains 2020 took place between 8th and 17th January 2021) BYJU’S IAS Tablet Course: Prepare for IAS, anytime, anywhere at your own pace! IAS Exam Pattern
How many questions are there in the UPSC IAS exam?
The IAS exam conducted by UPSC has three stages. Preliminary: It consist of two papers. 1.CSAT : It is of qualifying nature and it carries 200 marks .It has 80 questions. (needed only 33%). 2. GS : It has 100 questions and it carries 200 marks and this paper decides your entry in mains .
What is the difference between IAS exam and CSE exam?
The Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is one of the 20-odd services for which candidates are recruited by the UPSC via the Civil Services Exam. However, the CSE exam is commonly referred to as the UPSC IAS exam as well. You can check the IAS Exam Calendar 2019 for details below:
Is there any negative marking in the IAS exam?
The questions in the IAS Exam (Prelims) are of the objective type or Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) There is ‘Negative Marking’ in the IAS Exam for each incorrect answer but only in the Prelims stage. The negative marking for incorrect answers will be 1/3rd (0.66) of the allotted marks of that question.
Is there any optional paper in the syllabus for Ras mains?
There are no optional papers in the syllabus for RAS Mains, unlike the UPSC Mains Syllabus. Marks in the RAS Mains along with the Interview marks are counted for the final merit list.
How many questions are there in the EASA syllabus?
Studying from the collection of up to date questions and answers, you get the most complex preparation for your theoretical exams for all the subjects of EASA syllabus. The database contains over 16 000 exam questions sorted into individual subjects, areas and subareas to reflect the structure of the EASA learning objectives.
How to prepare for IAS prelims and mains?
The preparation for Prelims and Mains must be done simultaneously until 1-2 months before the date of the Prelims exam. Identify the syllabus overlap between Prelims and Mains and focus on those areas first. Select an Optional subject for the IAS exam based on your aptitude, interest and experience.