UPSC Prelims 2021 Exam: List of Questions Asked

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UPSC Prelims 2021 Exam

UPSC Prelims 2021 Exam: List of Questions Asked: UPSC will conduct the Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) for the first phase of Civil Services Examination (CSE), 2021 i.e. the second paper of the preliminary examination today, 10 October 2021 at the scheduled time of 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm. done till. Earlier, Paper 1 i.e. General Studies (GS) was conducted from 9.30 am to 11.30 am.

Even though there has been a reduction in the cases of infection of the corona epidemic across the country and crores of people have been vaccinated, but for the protection of lakhs of candidates who appeared in the UPSC Prelims 2021 examination.

The Commission has taken a comprehensive approach to protecting them from infection. Arrangements were made. UPSC CSAT i.e. the candidates who appeared in the examination after conducting the second paper, as well as the candidates preparing for the civil services examination, are available on mykuwaits.com for UPSC Prelims 2021 GS, CSAT Paper Question Paper PDF.

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Candidates’ Feedback on UPSC Prelims 2021 CSAT Paper

According to the aspirants who appeared in the CSAT paper of Civil Services Prelims Exam 2021, which is only qualifying in nature, the level of the paper was Moderate, neither more difficult nor difficult easy.

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The level of questions was easy as compared to last year. According to a candidate, whoever has mocked the previous year’s questions, must have found it easy. Comprehension questions were easier than last year.

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In the entire paper, 40 percent were questions from Reading Comprehension, while the rest were questions from Maths, Reasoning, etc. This year the series questions were more.

The topics were the same as every time, but the question type was different. Quant, Numerical Ability questions were also in high numbers. According to some candidates, there were more questions from the practical knowledge current scenario. This pattern was seen in both papers.

Question Analysis / Topics asked

  • There were 15 questions from Politics (Questions were asked from Right to Privacy, Fundamental Rights, Legal Rights).
  • 11-12 questions were from Science and Tech.
  • There were 10-15 questions from Environment.
  • There were 10-12 questions from current affairs.
  • There were 8-10 questions from Economics.
  • Around 10 questions were asked from History.
  • were asked while related to the current in geography.

List of Questions Asked in UPSC Prelims 2021 Exam

  1. Centralization of money under the Indian Constitution violates (Options – Right to Equality, Directive Principles of State Policy, Right to Freedom, Concept of Welfare).
  2. What is the status of property rights in India? (Option- This is a legal right which is available to citizens, it is a legal right which is available to any person, it is a fundamental right which is available only to citizens, it is neither a fundamental right nor a legal right.
  3. In Indian polity, which one of the following is an essential feature, indicating that they are federal (Option- ensured independence of judiciary, Union legislature consists of elected representatives of constituent units, Union Cabinet consists of elected representatives of regional parties) are representative, the Fundamental Rights are enforceable by the courts)
  4. Under which Article of the Constitution of India ‘Right to Privacy’ is protected? (Options – Article 15, Article 19, Article 21, Article 29).
  5. Centralization of money under the Indian Constitution violates (Options – Right to Equality, Directive Principles of State Policy, Right to Freedom, Concept of Welfare).
  6. What is the status of property rights in India? (Option- This is a legal right which is available to citizens, it is a legal right which is available to any person, it is a fundamental right which is available only to citizens, it is neither a fundamental right nor a legal right.
  7. In Indian polity, which one of the following is an essential feature, indicating that they are federal (Option- ensured independence of judiciary, Union legislature consists of elected representatives of constituent units, Union Cabinet consists of elected representatives of regional parties) are representative, the Fundamental Rights are enforceable by the courts)
  8. Under which Article of the Constitution of India ‘Right to Privacy’ is protected? (Options – Article 15, Article 19, Article 21, Article 29)

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