Civil Services Examination Law (Paper I) Papers


There are many subjects in the subject list of UPSC, and the students can choose the optional subject of their choice from that list. The subjects cover the three main streams of study in our country- Arts, Commerce and Science. Law is also there in the list. People from the background of Law select this subject as their optional paper. It is indeed a good subject for lawyers who want to join the civil services. In the prelims of the exam the paper is objective type. The duration of the test is two hours and the maximum marks are 300. The main exam has two papers. Here the details of the first paper are given.

Paper I of Law in civil services consists of questions requiring details answers, unlike the prelims where the questions are multiple choice types. The time given to write the exam is three hours and the maximum marks are 300. The question paper is divided into two sections. Both the sections have four questions each. The first question of each section has to be attempted compulsorily. Students can answer three more questions, attempting at least one question from each of the sections. All the questions are of equal marks. Each question carries 60 marks. The questions are usually broken into smaller questions.

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    Adv R V GITTE:


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    i m studying btech first year,after my btech i want to write civil examination,so how i have to prepare and what i have to prepare to get ready for there any link between civils and group1,group2 exams

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    which law subjects useful in civil??????????????/

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    when will be the prelims exam result date is published

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    kiran jot:

    i m student of class 12th (isc) having commerce without maths,computers so what should i do after 12 ?(B.A. oranything else)i want to go in civil services. and if i m graduate does the college matters.and after graduation what should i do or where will i go to give my civil services examination