Achieving success in IAS has never been easy. It always requires hard work and proper planning. IAS syllabus is although tough, more amount of time is available for the preparation of these kinds of competitive exams. Many students and also top level cadres are dream of an IAS jobs. Preparations should always follow the exact syllabus and pattern of Indian Civil services Exams. Though pattern changes from time to time, it is also informed to the students appearing for the Indian Civil Services Exams. Time management is a key to success in these kinds of competitive exams. Proper planning can lead best results. Preparation of every single area is must and selection of optional also has to be taken care of.
Indian Civil services examination has two stages. First is the Civil Services Preliminary examination and then is the Civil Services Main examination. The first one is just a written exam and shortlisted candidates move further two the second exam and finally face the interview. Optional subjects in the Preliminary Examination includes general studies, mathematics, mechanical engineering, medical studies, essay, agriculture, animal husbandry, botany, law, Indian history, commerce, geology, statistics, physics, electrical engineering, economics and public administration.
The Preliminary Exam of Indian Civil Services includes the following syllabus of general studies. Main syllabus of general studies, question and answer papers of general studies, Civil Service exam booklet of general studies, etc…
Part two being the Main examination has a tougher syllabus and subjects. Some subjects are repeated, but the syllabus varies year by year. Part two includes subjects like General Studies, Essay, English Qualifying, Indian languages, Mathematics, Veterinary Science, Geography, Economics, Civil Engineering, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Anthropology, management, Mechanical Engineering and Commerce.
It includes a wide types of languages also such as; Arabic, Assamese, Chinese, English, French, German, Guajarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Persian, Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil and Urdu.