UPSC IES Syllabus: Union Public Service Commission has released the UPSC IES 2021 Syllabus. Eventually, UPSC conducts the IES (Indian Economic Services) Written Exam on 16/07/2021. Candidates who are preparing for the Indian Economic Services Exam can check the complete IES 2021 Syllabus here. We collected the IES Syllabus & Exam Pattern and posted it here for easy reference of aspirants. So candidates can refer our page to check and download the latest UPSC IES Syllabus.
UPSC IES Syllabus & Exam Pattern 2021:
Aspirants should be aware of the updated exam pattern before starting their preparation. So candidates are advised to refer the exam pattern before viewing the syllabus. We have also listed the selection process of UPSC IES 2021 Exam.
UPSC IES Exam selection involves 2 steps as follows
- Written Exam
- Viva Voce
UPSC IES Written Exam Pattern:
|S. No||Name of the Test||Marks||Duration|
|1||General English||100||3 hours|
|2||General Studies||100||3 hours|
|3||General Economics-I||200||3 hours|
|4||General Economics-II||200||3 hours|
|5||General Economics-III||200||3 hours|
|6||Indian Economics||200||3 hours|
- All questions must be answered in English.
- The question papers will be set in English only.
- The written exam carries 1000 marks.
UPSC IES Written Exam Syllabus:
1. General English
The papers on General English and General Studies will be of subjective type. All other papers of the Indian Economic Service will be of subjective type.
|2||Questions based on understanding of English language|
|3||Summary or Precis Writing|
2. General Studies
|2||Current Events or Affairs|
|4||History of India|
3. General Economics-I
|1||Theory of Consumer’s Demand|
|2||Theory of Production|
|3||Theory of Value|
|4||Theory of Distribution|
|1||Quantitative Methods in Economics|
4. General Economics-II
|2||Concept of National Income and Social Accounting|
|3||Theory of employment, Output, Inflation, Money and Finance|
|4||Financial and Capital Market|
|5||Economic Growth and Development|
|7||Balance of Payments|
5. General Economics-III
|4||State, Market and Planning|
6. Indian Economics
|1||History of development and planning|
|3||Budgeting and Fiscal Policy|
|4||Poverty, Unemployment and Human Development|
|5||Agriculture and Rural Development Strategies|
|6||India’s experience with Urbanisation and Migration|
|7||Industry: Strategy of industrial development|
|10||Money and Banking|
UPSC IES Viva Voce Pattern:
Candidates who qualified in the Written Exam will be called for the Viva-Voce. Viva-Voce carries 200 Marks.