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After introduction of changes in the civil services (preliminary) examination this year, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is looking at bringing some changes in its 'main' examination with likely effect from 2013.
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Civil Service Entrance examination is a very comprehensive process of examining the analytical and communication skills of the candidates. The composition of selection process is more or less uniform across various states of the country and is modeled after the procedure adopted by UPSC. It mainly consist of three rounds-
The UPSC Civil Services Prelims opens the doors to the most prestigious Civil Services (IAS, IFS, IPS, etc) in India. To get to the Mains, it is necessary to qualify in the Prelims. Aspirants who have been taking the UPSC exams for some years are known to take the Prelims very lightly. That attitude will need to change with a change in the exam structure. From the prelims which had GS and an optional paper, where the optional had twice the weightage, the exam will now have two papers- one the usual GS and other the CSAT. With the system being totally new, it gives everyone a fair chance as all the aspirants will face the paper for the first time, and all of them will face the same paper. In this article we will focus on the GS Prelims preparation.