upsc-prelims-2021-answer-key-question-paper-analysis

As always, JV’s IAS Academy is the first one to provide the UPSC Prelims answer key 2021 & analysis of UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination, 2021 to help the aspirants to evaluate their performance in the prelims examination conducted on 10th of October 2021. Aspirants can check the UPSC Prelims answer key 2021 of all sets of question papers which will include Series A, Series B, Series C, and Series D.

JV’s IAS UPSC Prelims answer key 2021 will provide you the most precised answers to all the questions asked in the UPSC prelims 2021 examination in a tabular format. We expect the Cut off for UPSC Prelims 2021 to  be between

00-00.  However, This is just an intelligent guess from expert team of JV’s IAS and it worked out well for the aspirants in the previous years to evaluate their performance.

 

The unique factor about JV’s IAS UPSC Prelims Answer key 2021 is that You will be provided with the 

  • Clear-cut Explanations for the answers with facts.
  • The Logic and tricks behind the question.

UPSC Prelims Question Paper 2021 (Set A) :

UPSC Prelims Answer Key 2021 (Set A)

UPSC Prelims Question Paper 2021 (Set B) :

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UPSC Prelims Question Paper 2021 (Set C) :

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UPSC Prelims Question Paper 2021 (Set D) :

UPSC Prelims Answer Key 2021 (Set D) : 

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)

UPSC conducts the Civil Services exam every year to recruit Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Services (IPS) and Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and other Higher grade officers at all India level at 3 different Stages explained below.

Stage 1 : Preliminary.

Stage 2 : Mains

Stage 3 : Interview.

 

Candidates need to qualify all the three stages to get recruited in the coveted Civil Services.

 

The Preliminary Examination shall comprise two compulsory papers of 100 questions(200 marks) each will be multiple choice, objective type in nature. There will negative mark as well. The examination format is given below:

  1. Paper I – 100 Questions (200 marks)     Duration: 2 hours
  2. Paper II- 80 Questions (200 marks)     Duration: 2 hours 

Syllabus Paper I ‐  GS :  Current events of national and international importance. · History of India and Indian National Movement. · Indian and World Geography-Physical, Social, Economic Geography of India and the World. · Indian Polity and Governance-Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc. · Economic and Social Development-Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives, etc. · General issues on Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change - that do not require subject specialization. · General Science.

Syllabus Paper II – CSAT : Comprehension; ·Interpersonal skills including communication skills; Government strives to have a workforce which reflects gender balance and women candidates are encouraged to apply. ·Logical reasoning and analytical ability; ·Decision making and problem solving; ·General mental ability; ·Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. — Class X level);

Calculate your score :

Aspirants can also calculate their UPSC Prelims 2021 score with the help of JV’s answer keys. 

  • In both GS (Paper 1) and CSAT (Paper-II), there will be negative marking. 
  • Every question carries two marks; so if an aspirant answers a question correctly, he/she will be rewarded with two marks. 
  • For every incorrect answer, UPSC deducts one-third of the 2 marks allotted to question ie. 0.67 marks.
  • For example, if an aspirant attempts 85 questions out of which 60 questions are correct and 25 are wrong.
  • Then his/her expected score would be (60×2 – 25×0.67), i.e., 120 – 16.75 = 103.25 marks. 

 

UPSC Prelims 2021 cutoff marks

  • UPSC Prelims cutoffs will be decided on the basis of the marks obtained in Prelims GS (Paper 1) only. 
  • CSAT paper is of qualifying nature and it’s marks are not accounted for in the cut off. Only 33% marks are required to qualify CSAT paper. So you should make sure that you are getting the stipulated marks in the CSAT paper.  
  • Also, the UPSC Cut Off varies depending on the category of the candidates as well.

UPSC officially releases Prelims 2021 answer key after completion of the recruitment process.

However marks scored in UPSC prelims 2021 will not be taken for merit, which are to be meant only for appearing in successive stage (Mains examination).