Most Probable Questions for UPSC Prelims [Current Affairs]

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The UPSC Civil Services 2017 prelims exam will be conducted on June 18, 2017. Below is the PDF file containing most probable 100 questions in Current Affairs for UPSC Prelims exam 2017.

For example-

1. Under which Act, Prime Minister, on 8th of Nov2016, declared that the existing Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes will no more be a legal tender?

2. “Export competition” has been a long standing issue in the WTO’s negotiations. It has been one of the major outcomes of the Nairobi package. It is mainly related to what?

3. In Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana, a MP takes up a village for development. In this scheme, what award categories have been decided?

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Check below the important dates of UPSC Civil Services 2017-

UPSC Civil Services Prelims Important Dates 2017

S.No. UPSC Prelims 2017 Events Important Dates
1. UPSC Prelims Notification February 22, 2017
2. UPSC Prelims Application Form starts February 22, 2017
3. UPSC Prelims Application Ends March 17, 2017
4. UPSC Prelims Admit Card May 22, 2017
5. UPSC Prelims Exam June 18, 2017
6. UPSC Prelims Result July/August 2017
7. Cut-off After the final result of UPSC CS 2017

 

UPSC Civil Services Mains Important Dates 2017

S.No. UPSC Mains 2017 Events Important Dates
1. UPSC Mains Notification August 2017
2. UPSC Mains Application Form begins August 2017
3. UPSC Mains Application Form Ends August/September 2017
4. UPSC Mains Admit Card Three weeks before the exam
5. UPSC Mains Exam October 28, 2017
6. UPSC Mains Result December 2017
7. Personality Test held from January/February 2018
8. Cut-off After the final result of UPSC CS 2017

 

UPSC Civil Services Admit Card 2017 – The UPSC has issued admit card of UPSC Civil Services 2017 prelims on May 22, 2017 in online mode. UPSC aspirants can download their e-admit card by entering their Registration ID or Roll Number or Name. The prelims exam call letter of UPSC 2017 recruitment is available only in online mode and the recruitment body is not sending it by post or by any other mode of communication to any aspirant.

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