Civil Services Examination 2013 Statistics

The 65th Annual Report of Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) has lots of useful information about Civil Services Examination 2013 that can be put to use while planning for preparation.

 


Civil Services (Main) Examination 2013: Success rate of all Optional Subjects

On Tuesday 2nd February 2016  

Even today, Optional Subject selection remains as one of the important decisions candidates need to make and their choices reflects in the end result. With the authentic data relating to performance of optional subjects in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2013 out in public domain, candidates will get to know the true picture about performance of each optional subject and their success-rate.


Last Update Thursday 28th July 2016

28-07-2016
Broad Stream of Disciplines of the Candidates in Civil Services (Main) Examination

On Monday 7th March 2016  

An important observation in recent years indicates increasing interest of engineers, doctors and candidates with higher professional degree getting attracted towards Civil Services Examination.


Last Update Monday 7th March 2016

07-03-2016
Change your perception; it is your focus not your academic background that matters

On Monday 7th March 2016  

The trend from Civil Services Examination 2010 onwards clearly shows the dominance of candidates with Engineering/Medical Science background and their growing share in the final selections. However, if you look at the broad stream of optional subjects opted by the recommended candidates in Civil Services (Main) Examination, the data depicts completely different picture about choice of optional subjects by them.


Last Update Monday 7th March 2016

07-03-2016
Civil Services Examination 2013: Top 10 Optional Subjects with highest number of candidates recommended

On Sunday 7th February 2016  

A glance at the data emerging from 65th Annual Report of UPSC clearly indicates that the performance of the candidates with Geography as optional subjects turned out maximum number of successes in Civil Services Examination 2013.


Last Update Sunday 7th February 2016

07-02-2016
Civil Services Examination 2013: Top 10 Most Popular Optional Subjects

On Sunday 7th February 2016  

Geography has emerged as the most preferred subject among the optional subjects chosen by the candidates. It is followed by Public Administration and Sociology. The data from 65th Annual Report of UPSC portrays the true picture about Candidates who appeared with Optional Subjects in Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2013.


Last Update Sunday 7th February 2016

07-02-2016
Civil Services Examination 2013: Top 10 Optional Subjects with Highest Success Rate (Opted by more than 100 candidates)

On Sunday 7th February 2016  

As I mentioned in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2012 optional subjects analysis last year, optional subjects like Law, Economics, Medical Science and Management have emerges as subjects with highest success-rate in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2013. The confirmation to the trend that was visible from CSE 2013 results comes from this data from 65th Annual Report of UPSC that portrays the true picture.


Last Update Sunday 7th February 2016

07-02-2016