CGPSC PRELIMS EXAM PATTERN 2020
|Paper Name||No. of Questions||No. of Marks||Time Duration|
|General Studies||100||200||2 Hours|
|General Aptitude||100||200||2 Hours|
CGPSC PRELIMS EXAM SYLLABUS 2020
|Paper-I) General Studies||Part 1 – General Studies: – (50 Questions)|
History of India and India’s Independence Movement, Physical, Social and Economic Geography of India, Constitution and Polity of India, Economy of India, General Science and Technology, Indian Philosophy, Art Literature and Culture, Current Events and Sports, Environment.
Part 2 – General knowledge of Chhattisgarh: – (50 Questions)
History of Chhattisgarh and contribution of Chhattisgarh to freedom movement, geography, climate, physical conditions, census, archaeological and tourism center of Chhattisgarh, literature, music, dance, art and culture, Janula, idioms, hana and folklore of Chhattisgarh, of Chhattisgarh Tribes, Special Traditions, Tees and Festivals, Economy of Chhattisgarh, Forest and Agriculture, Administrative Structure of Chhattisgarh, Local Government and Panchayati Raj, Industry, Energy, Water and Mineral Resources in Chhattisgarh, Current Events of Chhattisgarh.
|Paper-II) General Aptitude||General Aptitude : – (100 Questions)|
Communication skills including interpersonal skills, logical reasoning and analytical ability, decision making and problem solving, general mental ability, basic numeracy (general mathematical skills) (level-class X) Interpretation of data (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency
Etc. (Level-Class X), Hindi language knowledge (Level-Class X), Chhattisgarhi language knowledge.
CGPSC MAINS EXAM PATTERN 2020
|Paper No.||Paper Name||No. of Marks||Time Duration|
|III||History, Constitution and Public Administration||200||3 Hours|
|IV||Science, Technology and Environment, Mathematics and Logical Aptitude||200||3 Hours|
|V||Economy and Geography||200||3 Hours|
|VI||Philosophy and sociology||200||3 Hours|
|VII||Planning, education, human development and current affairs||200||3 Hours|
CGPSC MAINS EXAM SYLLABUS 2020
|Part-1: General Hindi||Language comprehension, short writing, synonyms and antonyms, differences in meaning of contorted words, A meaningful word for phrase, treaty and treaty, composite structure and compounding, elements and words, word purification, sentence purification, prefix and suffix, idioms and proverbs (meaning and use) letter writing.|
Periods and nomenclature in the history of Hindi literature, writers of Chhattisgarh and their works.
Unread passages, word pairs, draft writing, advertisements, forms, circulars, endorsements, notification comment writing, government semi-official letters, report journalism, Translation (Hindi to English and English to Hindi)
|Part-2: General English||Comprehension, Precis Writing, Re arrangement and correction of sentences, Synonyms, Antonyms, Filling the blanks, Correction of spelling, Vocabulary and usage, Idioms and Phrases, Tenses, Prepositions, Active Voice and Passive Voice, Parts of Speech.|
|Part-3: Chhattisgarhi Language|
|Knowledge of Chhattisgarhi language, development and history of Chhattisgarhi language, literature and prominent litterateur of Chhattisgarhi language, grammar of Chhattisgarhi, word means-noun, pronoun, adjective, verb, speech, avayya (verb adjective, afferent, exclamation) factor, Periods, gender, utterances, methods of phrase formation, |
Prefixes, suffixes (a) treaty in Hindi, (b) treaty in Chhattisgarhi, Samas, Chhattisgarh Official Language Commission, role of newspapers, magazines, AIR and cinema in the development of Chhattisgarhi language , Chhattisgarhi in folk practice, general introduction of Chhattisgarhi language- nomenclature,
Introduction of Chhattisgarhi language, present in verbs in Chhattisgarhi, past and complete + imperfect present form of future tense, writing-past form of verb, complete + imperfect past tense, reading -Functional forms of action, full-imperfect future Footnotes.
|Part-1: International and National Level Issues||Two of the four allotted questions for this part require issues related to international and national level candidates to write essays. The word limit for each essay will be 750 words and the marks allotted are 50 for each essay.|
|Part-2: Chhattisgarh State Level Issues|
|The candidate will have to write an essay (including reason, current status data and solution) on a total of two issues. Four issues will be g|