UPSC Mains Bodo (Paper I) Papers


The Union Public Service Commission exam is a very popular civil service exam and candidates from different places are sitting on the exam in order to get a seat in the civil service areas. There are plenty of subjects are offered for the candidates in order to choose their favorite subjects in which they are very fluent.  

Qualification required for the subject:

The most common and minimum qualification required that every candidates have to fulfill is to be pass the graduation in any subjects from a well recognized and authorized university of India. The appearing candidates must have to be the citizen of India. There is a certain age limit for the candidates in order to sit in the exam and it is between 21-30 years of age. There is also an age relaxation for the students belongs to the SC/ST category is 5 years and for OBC candidates it is of 3 years.

Scores and negative marking:

There are separate markings or scores allotted to all the questions that are asked from the UPSC Mains Bodo (Paper I) Papers. All the scores are given on the right side of every question.

Mode of exam:

The UPSC Mains Bodo (Paper I) Papers is basically a hand on based exam. Candidates must have to bring pen/pencil at the time of examination.

Format of exam:

There are mainly two major examinations are under the Union Public Service Commission, one is preliminary and next one is mains. This mains paper examination is basically includes subjective based paper and deals with the theoretical based questions.

Paper pattern:

The UPSC Mains Bodo Paper I include a maximum of two major parts under which the entire questions are categorized. There are a minimum of four questions present in both the parts. The 1st and 5th questions are mandatory for each and every candidate and any three from rest of the questions and one should have to choose at least one question from each group.


The UPSC Mains Bodo (Paper I) Papers contains a maximum of 300 marks.


The total time which is fixed for all the appearing candidate is three hours and within this time period every candidate need to attempt all the compulsory questions.

Books recommended:

Srimati Durlai by Sri Haribhushan Brahma

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