Expected Cut-off Upsc Prelims 2022

Expected Cut-off Upsc Prelims 2022

Expected Cut-off Upsc Prelims 2022

UPSC has successfully conducted Civil Services Examination 2022 Prelims on 5th June, 2022. Take your seat and have a look at the analysis, difficulty and expected cut-off of UPSC 2022 Prelims. If you are looking for the Answer Key Click Here.

The GS Paper this year was as difficult as previous year. This year, the questions were balanced between conceptual and conventional ones. The nature of the questions was somehow same as previous year. The questions from Economy seemed to have dominated over other subjects. Questions from Polity were quite easy and covered various chapters. This year, the trend for Geography seemed to be changed since the questions from core concepts and map-based questions were also balanced well. Questions from Environment were quite difficult and needed vast coverage of Current Affairs. Questions from History were less as compared to previous year especially when it comes to Modern History. But these questions also can be solved from conventional sources like NCERT and Spectrum. Questions on Economy needed a very deep conceptual clarity and relating concepts with current affairs. Also, there were few questions on basic and general science which can be solved by applying certain scientific principles of NCERTs. Questions on Technology were mostly based on Current Affairs. The questions from Current Affairs were quite surprising this year since such options were never seen before.

Our analysis is that this year, the GS paper was quite difficult and one who has gone through diversified sources will be able to ace through it. Even the CSAT paper was also quite lengthy and somehow difficult. Year on year, UPSC has increased the level of the Prelims in order to increase the competitiveness and to make level playing field for everyone. In our opinion, the cut-off for UPSC Prelims 2022 would be as follows.

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Once the Civil Services Examination results are announced, the role of the UPSC comes to an end. The responsibility of training IAS or IPS probationers then falls under the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT). To fulfil this purpose, the selected candidates are invited to participate in foundation training at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) located in Mussoorie. Following the foundation training, those selected for IPS receive training at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Academy of Administration (SVPNPA) in Hyderabad.

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