CSAT Coaching in Delhi
The present pattern of the preliminary exam comprises of two objective type question papers, i.e. Paper I & Paper II (of multiple choice type). The details are listed:
- The ‘General Studies’ question pattern falls under the category of ‘Paper I’ and constitutes around 150 marks.
- The ‘Paper II’ consists of questions from the ‘Optional Subjects’, thereby constituting around 300 marks.
The list of optional subjects would be provided to the students and the students would be asked to choose one subject from the list. Thus, the questions paper would contain the questions from the chosen subject.
The plan of the new pattern, i.e. CSAT has been revealed and is said to focus on the civil service aptitude of the candidates, and ethical and moral dimensions of decision-making. Both the papers are given equal weightage. Thus, the existing practice of general studies and optional subjects would not be practiced any more. This avoids the confusions that had arisen out of the existing system, as the existing system consists of the question paper that in turn varies from one candidate to another.