Civil Services Examination Previous Question Papers

You can download the previous years question papers for Civil Services Examination Preliminary here

Civil Services (Preliminary) Exam, 2011  

General Studies Paper I

General Studies Paper II

General Studies Paper II (X Series)

Civil Services (Preliminary) Exam, 2012  

General Studies Paper I

General Studies Paper II

General Studies Paper II (X Series)

Civil Services (Main) Exam, 2013  


General Studies

Paper I
Paper II
Paper III
Paper IV

English Language (Compulsory)

Indian Languages (Compulsory)

Assamese Bengali
Bodo Gujarati
Hindi Kannada
Maithili Malayalam
Marathi Nepali
Oriya Punjabi
Sanskrit Santhali
Tamil Telugu

Optional Subjects for Main Examination

Agriculture Paper I Agriculture Paper II
Animal Husbandary & Veterinary Science Paper I Animal Husbandary & Veterinary Science Paper II
Anthropology Paper I Anthropology Paper II
Botony Paper I Botony Paper II
Chemistry Paper I Chemistry Paper II
Civil Engineering Paper I Civil Engineering Paper II
Commerce & Accountancy Paper I Commerce & Accountancy Paper II
Economics Paper I Economics Paper II
Electrical Engineering Paper I Electrical Engineering Paper II
Geography Paper I Geography Paper II
Geology Paper I Geology Paper II
History Paper I History Paper II
Law Paper I Law Paper II
Management Paper I Management Paper II
Mathematics Paper I Mathematics Paper II
Mechanical Engineering Paper I Mechanical Engineering Paper II
Medical Science Paper I Medical Science Paper II
Philosphy Paper I Philosphy Paper II
Physics Paper I Physics Paper II
Political Science & Internation Relations Paper I Political Science & Internation Relations Paper II
Psychology Paper I Psychology Paper II
Public Administration Paper I Public Administration Paper II
Sociology Paper I Sociology Paper II
Statistics Paper I Statistics Paper II
Zoology Paper I Zoology Paper II

Literature Subjects for Main Examination

Assamese Paper I Assamese Paper II
Bengali Paper I Bengali Paper II
Dogri Paper I Dogri Paper II
English Paper I English Paper II
Gujarati Paper I Gujarati Paper II
Hindi Paper I Hindi Paper II
Kannada Paper I Kannada Paper II
Manipuri Paper I Manipuri Paper II
Maithili Paper I Maithili Paper II
Malayalam Paper I Malayalam Paper II
Marathi Paper I Marathi Paper II
Oriya Paper I Oriya Paper II
Punjabi Paper I Punjabi Paper II
Sanskrit Paper I Sanskrit Paper II
Santali Paper I Santali Paper II
Sindhi (Devanagari) Paper I Sindhi (Devanagari) Paper II
Tamil Paper I Tamil Paper II
Telugu Paper I Telugu Paper II
Urdu Paper I Urdu Paper II




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