Subject-wise Trend of Previous Years Prelims Questions

In this post, you will find the subject-wise trend of previous years IAS Prelims GS paper questions. The trends are presented in tabular as well as graphical format for easy understanding. I... Read more »

UPSC Prelims General Studies 2018 Analysis

Now that the UPSC Civil Services 2018 Preliminary examination is completed it is time to analyse the Prelims General Studies paper I in detail with the current trend analysis. You can refer... Read more »

2015 UPSC Prelims Paper 1 Analysis – Moderate Difficulty Level

Now that the 2015 Prelims is over, it is time to analyze the Prelims 2015 Paper. In this post we will be looking at GS Paper 1 of Prelims 2015. At first... Read more »

Civil Services Prelims 2014 Analysis

Now that Civil Services Prelims 2014 is over, it’s time to analyse the paper to know the current trend and how to orient your preparation for IAS 2015. Download Prelims 2014 GS... Read more »

CSAT Paper Change: English Comprehension Removed

So the protesters have finally succeeded in altering Prelims Paper 2, popularly called CSAT. Earlier about 8-9 questions were asked on English Comprehension that did not have any translation in Hindi. These... Read more »

Civil Services Preliminary 2014 Notification – Clarification on Attempts and Age

UPSC on 31st May 2014 notified the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination to be held on 24th August 2014. Important Highlights of IAS 2014 Notification: Approximate number of vacancies is 1291 Last date... Read more »

IAS 2014: Notification, Eligibility, Syllabus and More

UPDATE: Click Here for IAS 2014 Notification. The IAS 2014 Exam or Civil Services Exam will be notified on 17th May 2014. The Preliminary exam will he conducted on 24th August 2014.... Read more »

Civil Services Prelims Result 2013

UPSC notified the result of Civil Services Prelims examination 2013 held in May 2013. Approximately 15,000 candidates qualified the exam and are eligible for appearing for the Mains to be held from... Read more »