[Strategy] UPSC Civil Service Exam (Part 1 of 5): Exam Trends and Changes

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  1. Prologue
  2. Act I: Mindset of the Enemy
  3. Prelims GS
  4. Prelims Optional
  5. Mains: 90s Era
  6. General studies (mains) of 90s Era
  7. Optional papers: 90s era
  8. Literature optionals: 90era
  9. The Back-breakingTM era (2010 onwards)
  10. BackbreakingTM  era: Prelims
  11. BackbreakingTM era: Mains (General Studies)
  12. Adaptation


  • There are lot of tips scattered in various articles, but for a new person it is sometimes hard to follow what is going on here.
  • So this is my attempt to combine and consolidate everything onto five part series on prelims cum mains cum interview approach for General Studies for UPSC Civil Service Exam.
  • If you’re following this site for many months, you will find repetition of ideas and tips in this article, so apologies in advance for any boredom caused.

War on Terrorism UPSC, consists of three battles

1. Prelims (CSAT)Multi choice questions (MCQs)
2. MainsDescriptive-essay type questions
3. interview

This strategy is divided into five articles, click on the appropriate links:

Topics discussedArticle link
  1. In Act I, We shall try to understand the mindset of our Blood Enemy (UPSC)
Discussed in this article itself.
  1. In Act II: The weapons required to defeat him. (Booklist, art of Note making, How to use Yojana,Kurukshetra etc)
Click ME
  1. In Act III: We shall see how to effectively use those weapons and wage the war(Topicwise strategy for General Studies Prelims, Mains)
Click ME
  1. In Act IV: How to conquer your own brain, before conquering UPSC (cleansing the doubts of coaching classes, working professionals, Hindi Medium etc)
Click ME
  1. In Act V: We shall see how to retreat from the war, if victory is not achieved. (Career Backup plans)
Click ME
  1. 6th PArt (updated on March 2013): This is latest update in the strategy, with respect to, new modification introduced in UPSC 2013.
Click ME

Act I: Mindset of the Enemy

We can classify Bollywood movies into eras- tragedy ridden 50, musical 70s and so on.

Similarly UPSC question papers too have gone through evolution.

To keep it simple, I would classify this into two phases

90s eraBack breakingTM era
TimelineEverything upto 20092010, 2011, 2012…continued
PrelimsMain areas
  1. History
  2. Geography
  3. Current Affairs
  1. Environment
  2. Science
  3. History/Polity
  • Older NCERTs
  • Std.Ref Books
  • Competitive Magazines
  • New NCERT
  • Std.Ref Books
  • Newspapers
MainsMain areas
  • History
  • Geography
  • Polity
  • Diplomacy
  • Diplomacy
  • Yearbook
  • Environment
  • Sci-Tech
  1. Standard Reference books
  2. Coaching class notes
Mostly Newspapers, your own notes.

So how was the 90s era?

  • Most people did not have internet or computer. Internet was prohibitively expensive. Even cybercafés were hard to find. There was hardly any information on internet, about how to prepare for this exam.
  • And whether information/booklist was available was mostly jingoistic and impractical in nature. (will be discussed in Act II “List of Not recommended Books”)
  • Those who could afford to goto Delhi for coaching, had distinct advantage over others. Because they knew what to prepare, from where to prepare and what to skip. (Nowadays situation has drastically changed).

in those days, Prelims had two papers

  1. General Studies (150 marks)
  2. Optional Subject (300 marks)

There existed a proportional representation system rule. Crudely speaking it means

  • Suppose 2 lakh students appeared in prelims and 20,000 had History optional. (10%)
  • And UPSC wanted only pass 10,000 students for next stage –mains exam. In that case, UPSC would need to reserve 1000 seats for candidates with history optional. (10%)

Prelims GS

By and large the structure for prelims was like following

  1. There would be about 20 questions on History. You had to Mugup old NCERT + any coaching notes regarding location of Harappa sites and other boring trivial things.
  2. There would be 30-40 questions on Geography (including places in news): so you had to prepare old NCERTs + competitive magazines + TheHindu accordingly.
  3. About 40 questions on science: NCERT + GS manual.
  4. Prelims GS questions used to be current affairs heavy : Almost 40 questions on persons/places in news, books-authors, sports, awards, science-tech etc. so competitive magazines (chronicle wizard etc) and coaching class material on current affairs compilation were precious.
  5. Remaining was filled up with polity, aptitude etc questions to make a paper with total 150 questions.

Prelims Optional

Let’s consider the case of Public Administration. The topicwise breakup was pretty much identical every year. Basically you had to mugup following books religiously and you would clear the prelims (even without coaching or great command over GS).

  1. M.Laxmikanth’s book on Public Administration
  2. Prasad and Prasad
  3. Mohit Bhattacharya
  4. Sharma n Sadana (or Avasthi or Fadia)

But in those years, if you lived in a small town, there was no internet and nobody to tell you those books were important. So you had to join a coaching class in Delhi, just to figure out the damn booklist (or worst- fail in first attempt and learn from mistakes).

  • Overall, The nature of prelims questions was such that you’d need to mugup lot of data on solar planets, PSLV missions, metal-alloys, location of Harappan sites, winners of lawn tennis, Shanti-Swaroop Bhatnagar awardees and other boring things like that.
  • Same for your optional subjects. (for Public Administration you had to mugup quotes-who said what, books and authors, timelines etc.
  • Because of the proportional representation rule, in the preliminary exam you were only competing with the people from your optional subject group.
  • And thus Senior player had distinct advantage over first timers. Because optionals were worth 300 mark, and he had rock solid command over facts because of revision.
  • The victory rule was straight arithmetic:
  • If Someone revised above cited Public Administration books for 15-20 times (I’m not kidding) then he was riding a Tata Sumo @90 kmph.
  • If a newguy had barely read them 5 times, so he was riding a desi Atlas bicycle (used by postmen,).
  • Now imagine what would happen if these two clashed?
  • Same was the situation in  General studies paper.

And as I told earlier, there was no internet or awareness outside Delhi. So most of the “small-town, self-preparation-no coaching and no relative in civil service” type candidates would fail in their first attempt, because

  1. they did not have idea on what to prepare, what to skip.
  2. They could not memorize as much as a senior player did, because of timelimit.

So they’d fail in first attempt, learn from their mistakes, and clear prelims in second attempt (i.e. when they too become  senior players).  But then they might fail in mains exam for the same reason (lack of right direction), so they’d again rectify mistakes in third attempt and with God and goodluck willing, they’d get selected. Ofcourse there were exceptional cases, but by and large, this was the situation and hence there exists a perception in the society that

  1. You cannot clear IAS exam on first trial.
  2. You cannot clear IAS exam without going to Delhi for Coaching.

But that was the 90s. Things have changed now. Many toppers have defied above rules. Cleared the UPSC on first attempt: Shah Faisal, Karthik Iyer, Neeraj Singh, Mohd.Safi to name a few.

Anyways let us continue discussion on 90s era- moving to the Mains

Mains: 90s Era

General studies (mains) of 90s Era

Questions often rephrased and repeated, so if a coaching class sir dictated the answers for previous papers / or provided notes, then all you had to do was religiously mug it up and reproduce the same in your answer sheets.


  1. 3 books of Spectrum: Modern History, Freedom fighters and Culture
  2. Bipin Chandra

In those years, UPSC would ask 2 markers on freedom fighters (total 10-12 marks) every year. So you had to mupup 150+freedom fighters from Spectrum’s book + coaching material if any. Again, senior player had distinct advantage because he would have gone through the same data atleast 5 times. He can easily recall freedom fighters compared to a new guy.

Indian Geography

  • Again questions were repeated and rephrased for example
  • “explain monsoon mechanism in India” and “why xyz part receives less monsoon” etc.
  • So a coaching class sir would just need to consolidate good stuff given in Spectrum book/Majid Hussain /Dr.Khullar’s book and provide question answers for old papers. That’d be his “coaching class readymade material” and  you did not even need a book, just mugup those class notes, and you’d get full marks.


  1. Sometimes directly lifted statements on DD Basu, other times merely rephrasing old question.
  2. Again same as above, coaching notes would save the time and effort.

International affairs, Economy

  1. You had to just mugup V******’s material and whatever was dictated in the class.
  2. Statistics was also pretty easy and conventional.
  3. There were clichéd questions on computers every year like write a note on RAM or email.
  4. Same for science-tech.
  5. And whatever Misc. current affairs was left, you could rely on Wizard’s special book on mains current affairs + Hindu.

Optional papers: 90s era

I’ve already talked about that in the Public Administration strategy article. Anyways the success formula was

  • Re-mugup the same books you used for prelims.
  • Get some fodder material from Yojana Kurukshetra. (or Readymade notes of H******** S**** etc.) and use it elaborate or spice up the answers with so called ‘case studies’.
  • Questions were static, direct from the SRBs, repeated, rephrased. coaching sir would dictate the answers, Class notes would save the day.
  • Similar things for History, geography, psychology etc.

Literature optionals: 90s era

  • In the GS and Public Administration, UPSC  atleast showed the decency to rephrase the question while repeating it next year.
  • but for literature was so totally clichéd, even Saas Bahu serials look genuine.
  • If you just studied the last 10 years paper, you could set your own guess-paper for the fourth year and upsc’s actual paper would 90% similar to your guess paper!
  • For Pali or Maithali litt. All you had to do was join a coaching class or get some Arts professor to dictate you the answers of last 10 years’ papers. That’s all, mug it up and you’d get more that 300/600 marks (+ scaling system favored litt.optionals)

In short, first timer/no-coaching type player had almost 0% chance of getting decent marks in mains.

And among the senior players, if Senior Player A and Senior player B. Both had revised notes for 20 times. Who would be successful?

Well, questions like I said rephrased repeated every year. Mains Questions are of two types: analytical or direct.

  1. For analytical questions (Critically analyse India’s policy towards Afghanistan), you had ready-made notes dictated by coaching class sir, you just needed to recall and write the points. And Suppose Mr.A solely relied on that note while Mr.B upgraded his note further with fodder material from library book or retired professor or newspapers, then Mr.B would get more marks. Therefore quality of notes =important.
  2. For direct questions (like powers of the Pres of India or explain the budget making process)….in that case whoever could write more points (Mr.A or B) would get more marks. Therefore memorization skill=important.

The Back-breakingTM era (2010 onwards)

  • So far we saw that in 90s era, A small town candidate without coaching or tips from seniors/toppers/IAS relatives, could rarely succeed.
  • And By small town I mean every place except Delhi. (Same way for IIT entrance exam, everyplace except Kota, Rajsthan, is a small town.)
  • Anyways, suddenly UPSC wakes up and realizes the problems faced by first timers and small towners.
  • So UPSC starts taking certain reformative measures in the exam process to prevent coaching classes and senior players for gaining much advantage.
  • This is phenomenon is referred as BackbreakingTM move of UPSC.
  • The exams conducted in 2010, 2011, and 2012 are examples of that move. Now let’s try to understand what was changed during this era?

BackbreakingTM  era: Prelims

  1. UPSC removed Optional subjects were from preliminary exam (2011 and onwards) it introduced a new thing called Civil Service Aptitude Test (CSAT). It had two papers GS+Aptitude. Both papers have same marks. So there goes the advantages associated with proportional representation, 300 marks of optional subject MCQ paper.
  2. Even in Aptitude, from 2012 It reduced questions from conventional Maths: to prevent Engineers/IIT/MBA types from gaining advantage.
  3. UPSC  introduced new topics in the syllabus such as environment and biodiversity, rights issue.
  4. In GS prelims, it stopped asking trivial current affairs stuff (person/places in news, awards etc.) for example I’m copy pasting certain questions from 90s era

Which of the following organization won the CSIR award for S&T innovation for rural Development, 2006?

  1. CLRI
  2. NDDB
  3. IARI
  4. NDRI

Which city has been the venue of Asian Games for maximum number of times from 1951 to 2006?

  1. Delhi
  2. Tokyo
  3. Bangkok
  4. Beijing

Match the following

  1. Bhanu Bharti
  2. Mike Pandey
  3. Mohd.Zahur Khyyam
  4. Vinda Karandikar
  1. Music composer
  2. Poet
  3. Theatre director
  4. Wildlife film maker

To solve such questions you had to constantly follow current affairs magazines (or the readymade current affairs notes of coaching class). But Nowadays such questions don’t appear much in prelims exam.

  1. UPSC  changed the nature of questions from History and Science. For example here are few from 1999’s paper

Q1. Match Following

  1. 1775
  2. 1780
  3. 1824
  4. 1838
  1. 1st Anglo-Burmese war
  2. 1st Anglo-Afghan war
  3. 1st Anglo-Maratha war
  4. 2nd Anglo-Mysore

Q2. Volcanic eruptions donot occur in

  1. Baltic Sea
  2. Black Sea
  3. Caspian Sea
  4. Caribbean Sea

Thankfully UPSC  stopped asking such questions nowadays. So you don’t have to mugup a lot of data like in the 90s.

For Prelims, Nowadays most of the questions are 4 Statement True or False (4TF) type. So you’re given one term/phenomenon and 2 or 3 or 4 statements. Your task is to identify the correct statements. Ofcourse it does require memorization, but they more aimed at checking your basic understanding of a topic rather than your mugup skills (like in above questions from the 90s) for example here are some questions from 2012’s paper

Q1. Mahatma Gandhi undertook fast unto death in 1932, mainly because :

  1. Round table conference failed to satisfy Indian political aspirations
  2. Congress and muslims league had differences of opinion
  3. Ramsay macdonald announced the communal award
  4. None of the statements (a), (b) and (c) given above is correct in this context.

Q2. Consider these factors

  1. Rotation of the earth
  2. Air pressure of wind
  3. Density of ocean water
  4. Revolution of the earth

Which of the above factors influence the ocean currents?

  1. 1 & 2 only
  2. 1, 2 & 3
  3. 1 & 4
  4. 2, 3 & 4

To get more idea on this, read following analysis of 2012’s CSAT (preliminary) paper CLICK ME

BackbreakingTM era: Mains (General Studies)

For mains exan, UPSC stopped asking conventional direct stuff from History, Geography   Instead emphasis was given to public health, environment, sci-tech, yearbook and current affairs from newspapers.

To get more idea on this, read following analysis of 2012’s General Studies (Mains) paper click ME


And while writing all ^this, I donot mean even an ounce of disrespect to any senior player or his success. No one becomes senior player by his conscious choice, everyone wants to clear UPSC in first attempt- But things don’t turn out that way for many, So, he is a victim of circumstances created by the (supervillain) UPSC. And life and society is very cruel to him, as you’ll see in Act IV and V.

Initially UPSC had the upper hand in this war. When UPSC significantly changed the question style in 2010′s preliminary paper, most senior players were shocked and caught unguarded. But UPSC can’t trick them everytime. They’re fighting for their life and career. In 2011, 2012 they changed their preparation strategy accordingly and adapted to this uncertain environment. So question papers are not as ‘shocker’ for them as UPSC expects.

Similarly coaching classes have been trying to adapt. UPSC keeps an eye on all the study material released by prominent coaching classes of delhi, to make sure no questions are asked from such material. So coaching classes too have came up with new ideas, for example

  1. Nowadays ‘good stuff/ ultra-important topics ’ are not given in their printed study material but mostly dictated during the lecture. (Because printed material usually get pirated by Xerox centres of Delhi hahaha)
  2. They intentionally released their current affairs material very late (just 15-20 days before the exam) to prevent UPSC from changing the papers.

This is like a game of chess, you have to constantly keep moving your pawns and adapt to the moves made by the enemy, same way UPSC too keeps coming up with new ideas and new back breakingTM moves every year.

  • In the end, competition is tough and exam is not friendly to anyside, anymore, whether you’re a coaching/no-coaching/first timer/senior player…you too should adapt and study hard else you’ll get massacred like an innocent bystander in the action movies.

This concludes Act I (Part 1 of 5). Here are the links to the Remaining articles of UPSC strategy:

Remaining Parts of the UPSC Strategy

[Strategy] UPSC Civil Service Exam (Part 1 of 5): Exam Trends and Changes

So far 701 Comments posted

  1. rahul singh

    Can anyone tell me where to start preparing for sociology, also which ncert should be read, new one or old one?

  2. kiran chaturvedi

    dear sir,

    Please suggest me a good reference book with solved papers of IAS mains Optional Subject : MANAGEMENT.


  3. mayank mani

    mrunal sir, is this article on old IAS pre syllabus? i am searching for new syllabus & strategy(resources) for IAS pre.where can i find that?

  4. Shashwat

    Sir I am a first year MBA trainee at IIM INDORE. Please write about MANAGEMENT as a Civil Service mains subject.

  5. k.sunil varma

    hello…….sir..good evening…..i’av completed my b.tech in electronics (ece) .just 1month back…i want suggestions from you…this time i’m going to write prelims..it was my 1st attempt..still i’m having burning desire i cannot able to prepare in a manner…for this time i’av to know how the paper will be….actually what iam going to ask you that plzzzzzzzgive advise that how to start and where to start……..i will waiting for your reply.Tank you sir……….

  6. Devershee Mukherjee

    Dear mrunal

    I have recently joined TCS after passing my Btech .But I am very much intrested to crack UPSC .Please tell me how to start .

  7. Haneesh

    Dear sir,
    I am a pharmacist, this time am not writing. But am gonna start my studies for next year. Am thinking to take public administration as my optional. But one doubt… Can I take my mother language ie,Malayalam as my optional? I have read somewhere last year some of them taken that. Cause I will be comfortable to study that rather than a new subject public administration.
    Many thanks in advance sir

  8. Bishwajeet Chakraverty

    Sir Please suggest me for good books for preparation of upsc. My optional subject is economics. Thanx 8292173227

  9. Sachin Autade

    Please tell me the strategy to prepare for engineering services exam for mechanical,I dont know how much to read or study from syllabus and textbook comparing

  10. Kurmapu Bhavya Teja

    Hello Mr.Mrunal Ji..I completed my graduation in mechanical engineering..now I am pursuing post graduation in mechanical engineering CAD/CAM..I have a burning desire to crack UPSC..So please tell me how to start my preparation..I want to take anthropology and history as optionals..suggest me some books for both prelims and mains..

  11. Jay K

    Dear Sir, Greetings. First of all, thank you for helping us all IAS aspirants. It is overflowing with contradicting information and guidance in the world of competitive examinations, very important factors to success. Thank you once again for investing your time.

    I have completed B.E. Mechanical from Australia and my schooling in India, under various educational boards 1st -4th (ICSE), 5th-8th (CBSE), 9th-12th (IGCSE / A Levels) I have studied science/maths (exclude /bio in 11 n 12) subjects through out and additional subjects like economics (9-10) and business(11-12) studies during my school years.

    I am preparing to appear for 2015 CSE and restricted to a single attempt only. with limited time in hand, I am confused on selecting my mains subject. Though the best advice is to select a subject of my interest, but I cannot choose Mech Engineering because of its vast syllabus and I do not have a good grip on Indian engineering syllabus.

    I would like your opinion on Mathematics as mains subject and if you can, then please provide links/information related to its syllabus, book-list, blogs, study tips, suggestions on approach and online/on-campus coaching institute for Mathematics. I have been told that difficult subject stand a higher chance of selection even at low marks score in subject papers due to scaling policy practiced by UPSC (for example Maths Vs History), is it true to your knowledge?

    I appreciate your efforts for valued guidance.

    Best Regards
    Jay K

  12. meena kumari

    Respected sir,I want to prepare for civil services but please suggest me how can I do the selective study and from where

  13. Mayank Pramod

    Warm greetings Sir. Your analysis is extremely impressive. Being grateful to you as I am starting to prepare for UPSC.

  14. Harry Daher

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  17. amit

    Sir could you plz explain how and why size of moon differs …how and why lunar eclipse and solar eclipse occurs in details..plz upload a video or print info abt it…in details…i mean al details…umbra,penumbra…….etc

  18. doc cnb

    Hello sir…. thanx a lot for guiding the aspirants like me who is new to tis field. Sir I hav a doubt.. for polity ,whther ncert txt bks r neccessary .? If so then frm wat class polity bks have to b read..?

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  20. Ashish Ranjan

    Respected sir,
    I have been hook up to your this great site for them who are just cracking nothing in their dreams.
    I’m presently the student of B.COM(II) from PATNA UNIVERSITY,(correspondence). I am very much inclined towards the UPSC since class 8th only…. But till now i am unable to find any good guidance except your this site…. Which have just ran through my blood. I want to start preparation for this with no backup plan, because i’m having the strategy and the power to defeat this now. Kindly lead me to the way, rest i will do on my own!
    By what resources should i start the beginner-preparation?
    How should i cross all the levels and become a level 3 player?


  21. vishal

    I have applied for civil services pre 2014 and planning to take my first attempt.Do I need to go for one attempt or should wait for next year as my preparation is not good in paper 1 and I am pretty confident for paper 2.

    Please advise friends.

  22. chintan desai

    Respected sir,

    i have to intersted the upsc exam now present time i have study in f.y. in m.g.university i have inform to you sir my age is curently 22 years old so how will i started to my perfect preparation to start because i have to confuse because of this reason some persons they know the upsc he was not to guide me
    perfect their guidance was not perfect & fully completed so please sir i have request to you sir please you have to guide to me perfectly because i have joined to IPS these is my dream so please sir you to perfect guide sir i have also visit to spipa ahemedabad but i have not satisfied to completely so i have
    request to you sir please perfect guide to me
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  23. Vandana

    I am preparing for civil service exam 2015. But I am confused about choosing the optional. I want to opt for zoology as it can be one of the subject for forest services exam too but problem is that syllabus is too vast and many people do not advise to go for this subject as success rate is not very high…what to do? Plus family won’t allow coaching so I have to study on my own

    1. naina

      dont work about what other sys.if u hv interest u can opt. im too a beginner opting zoo without any coaching. iam sure if u will prepare ur own,u will definetily win, just plan ur study, self study is the best study. all the best

  24. harry

    hello sir ,
    is upsc scrapping 20 marks english question from csat prelims 2014…. and if no such notice issued by them what should be done… means solve/notsolve those 8 questions.. reply soon thank in advance

  25. neelagandan

    I am preparing for civil service exam 2015. But I am confused about choosing the optional. I want to opt for philosophy but am coaching center in chennai nobody teaching philosophy …please give guidance to take easy option paper is to take….

  26. ajay ripudaman singh

    Mahoday,please parsing the pre+mains+interview with new pattern and give the limited standard books list accordingto syllabus

  27. harshavardhan

    i am pursuing btech 3 rd year, it self i want to prepare for upsc exam , so kindly send me the information about ies exam .

  28. Chandan Kumar

    Hello Sir,

    Can you please provide topic (given in the UPSC syllabus) specific model questions (number of questions depending on the vastness of the topic) for the GS papers?

  29. Ranajit Kumar Swain

    Sir, i am residing in a remote area of India, and this i appeared for the first time for ICS .Plz guide me for ICS.

  30. sonu verma

    I am preapring for upsc test and i have been in trouble due to my bad sentence making and frequent use of vocabulary. Help me please how can i reform my these two mistakes

  31. Nik

    I agree with you “Shame on you Carlos”. This is absolute nonesense. No body knows what circumstances has the other person gone through and making fun of a fellow aspirants shows the worst attitude.
    If you can’t help others then it is better not to make fun either.
    My suggestion Carlos, don’t be much proud of your intelligence (I hope you have some), because if you have read Ramayana, nobody can forget what happened with Ravana.

    All the best for your future endeavours.

  32. siva sankar

    Im preparing for engineering service exam. How to tackle general ability paper and get good score. Since two times i lost my selection at the final interview stage because of very low mark in gs in both the times.

  33. Rakesh

    @ shiva shankar
    brother for es i dnt know ur branch , bt still i can suggest you that for gs u can solely rely on made easy gs manual and for current part, u can cover current affairs past 7-8 mnths from gktoday

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