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IAS ENGLISH MED(Exam-Syllabus)

Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is classified as a 'Category A service' in the government service. IAS, IPS, and IFS are three of the most sought-after posts. IAS officers are given strategic positions in the Union Government, State Government and PSUs.

It is very important to know what IAS is before one takes a plunge into this competitive warfare. A person appointed through the Civil Services Exam has personal morality and professional responsibility, to oversee important matters related to the able administrative functioning of a vast country like India. People who have complete information about Indian Civil Services are motivated enough to take multiple attempts to crack the IAS exam. 

IAS officers initially work at the sub-divisional level in the state administration. They also work as a sub-divisional magistrate, overseeing administration/development of the specialist work area they are assigned to. An IAS Officer is expected to perform diverse roles like that of a Collector, Commissioner, Chief Secretary, PSU Head, Cabinet Secretary and more. There is an ample scope to gain more experience and handle challenges to make a positive impact on a million lives.

Exam Syllabus

UPSC IAS Prelims Syllabus

GS Paper 1

GS Paper 2 (CSAT)

Modern History and INM


India and World Geography

Logical Reasoning

Polity and Governance

Decision Making

Economic and Social Development

General Mental Ability & Data Interpretation

Ecology and Environment

Class 10 Level numeracy

Science and Technology

Interpersonal Skills and Communication

Current Affairs

English language comprehension

UPSC IAS Mains Syllabus


Syllabus Topics


Paper A

Indian languages (candidates should be select one of the Indian languages listed in the Eighth Schedule of Indian Constitution). (Qualifying)


Paper B

English (Qualifying)


Paper I



Paper II

General Studies I (Indian heritage and culture, History and Geography of India and the World)


Paper III

General Studies II (Governance, constitution, polity, social justice and International relations)management


Paper IV

General Studies III (Technology, Economic Development, biodiversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management)


Paper V

General Studies IV (ethics, integrity and aptitude)


Paper VI and VII

Two papers on optional. Candidate should be opted subject from the list provided by UPSC.