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UPSC CSE Syllabus 2023

IAS Syllabus

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Being a UPSC aspirant you must have heard tons of things related to syllabus of the exam, let me pay heed on that by bringing in perspective the case of the upcoming version of it, I.e., UPSC Syllabus 2023.

The syllabus of the exam, viz, UPSC CSE 2023, is indeed a well. A deep well as some would define. So what? You have taken the decision to carry out the duties of arguably the toughest jobs, thus, baptism by fire is a must.

While the UPSC 2023 Syllabus will come in attachment of the 2023 notification, yet, because of its sheer volume it seldom changes. It would remain as it was in the prior notification.

Though syllabus is one of the aspects of the exam that remains static, let me also introduce you to other elements.

Without beating much around the bush let me get straight to the point. The UPSC exam is a 3-phase affair:

  • Phase 1 is the UPSC Preliminary Examination, also called UPSC Prelims. This exam contains questions of the objective type.
  • Phase 2 is the UPSC Mains Examinat1ion, also called UPSC Mains. This exam contains descriptive-type questions.
  • Phase 3 is the Personal Interview round conducted to test the Personality of the Candidate.

With that being the case, I will now start off with the first part of the article which is the UPSC prelims syllabus.

To give you a brief about the UPSC syllabus, let me tell you, the IAS syllabus comes along with the official notification of UPSC CSE. While there are three phases adjoined with recruitment, the syllabus is defined for only two stages, the Prelims, and the mains.

Analysis of UPSC Syllabus 2023

Analyzing the UPSC Syllabus 2023 before starting the exam preparation is important for aspirants in multiple ways. A detailed analysis of the syllabus will help you understand the syllabus and make it easier for you to categorize them, cumulate the study resources and recognize your strengths and weaknesses.

Discussed below are the advantages of analyzing the IAS Syllabus beforehand:

  • UPSC notifies the detailed syllabus in the official notification. Candidates can go through the subjects which are included in the syllabus and comprehend their familiarity with the subjects and analyze their strengths and weakness.
  • Based on the syllabus, a set time table and study plan can be followed by a candidate, where time is devoted equally for the preparation of each subject so that all the topics are covered completely.
  • It will also be beneficial for the candidates to choose an optional subject if they go through the list of all the optional subjects available and based on their strengths, they can choose the most suitable optional subject.

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