Monday, August 25, 2014
UPSC had conducted Civil service and Forest service (combined) preliminary exam(CSAT-2014), on 24th August 2014. Here are the scanned copies of Booklet no.”C” for both papers :
For UPSC Prelims 2014 Paper 1 Answer Key, Please see
For UPSC Prelims 2014 Paper 2 Answer Key, Please see
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Friday, August 22, 2014
All we want you is to be courageous
be self equipped with facts and figures
to conquer this exams battle...
We wish you best of luck in your Prelims exam..
Points to Note :
1. Read the ‘important instructions’ that have been issued along-with your e-Admit Cards, carefully.
2. Do not take any IT gadgets and any other communication device such as Bluetooth etc, to exam centre
3. Do not attempt questions on English Language Comprehension skills for which Hindi translation has not been given in the respective Test Booklets of Paper-II.
5.IT IS MANDATORY FOR THE CANDIDATE TO TAKE PRINT OUT OF 'IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATE' BEFORE DOWNLOADING THE E-ADMIT CARD AND BRING THE SAME ALONG WITH THIS e-ADMIT CARD TO BE PERMITTED TO ENTER THE EXAMINATION HALL.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
The marks obtained for questions on English language comprehension skills, asked in second paper of the civil services (preliminary) examination, will not be included for grading, according to a notification issued by the Centre.
"The merit on the basis of preliminary examination shall be drawn using aggregate marks obtained in Paper-I out of 200 and marks obtained in Paper-II out of 200 minus the total of the marks allocated to the questions on English language comprehension skills," the notification said.
There are two compulsory papers of 200 marks each in the civil services preliminary examination. These papers are also known as CSAT I and CSAT II.
This year's civil services preliminary examination is scheduled to be held on Sunday(24th Aug.).
The notification issued by the Department of Personnel and Training, makes it clear for the candidates not to attempt nine questions of 22.5 marks asked in the English section of the prelims' second paper.
"Questions relating to English language comprehension skills of class X level, which are printed in English only, shall not be evaluated for gradation or merit and therefore, need not be attempted by the candidates," it said.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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