Hey guys welcome to the Indiajobzs portal here we provide the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Indian Forest Service (IFS) exam pattern and syllabus details, as you all know guys the UPSC released the recruitment notification for the Civil services IFS cadre posts and lakhs of the candidates have been applied for these posts and all are looking for the written examination of the IFS preliminary, and we know most of the candidates applied for the IFS exam for the first time and this is the most competitive exam in the India so every candidates shown most effort on their practise to qualify in the Preliminary and Mains exams, actually most of the candidates have the little doubts about the IFS Exam pattern and syllabus here below we provide the Indian Forest Service Exam pattern and syllabus in the tabular format in below.
UPSC IFS Preliminary and Mains Exam pattern 2015:
As all you know the IFS exam consist the two mode of the exams Preliminary and Mains exam the candidates who will get the best score in and qualify in the Preliminary exam of IFS they will be eligible for the Mains exam of the IFS, and the preliminary exam of IFS consist the two papers and each paper carries the 200 marks each and the IFS preliminary exam consist the several subjects and the exam pattern of the IFS is in the objective type below we provide the all sections in the IFS preliminary exam. And the IFS Mains examination in the descriptive type and the IFS Mains exam consist the six papers in that two are compulsory same for the all and remaining four subjects are selected by the candidates and the total Union Public service commission exam conduct for the civil services for the 1400 marks and the qualified candidates will go for the interview of the final selection its nearly takes the one year term for the recruitment process so the candidates who ready to apply for the IFS they can observe their exam pattern and syllabus form the below page.
UPSC IFS Syllabus for Preliminary and Mains 2015 download in PDF:
Candidates who want to know the exact full information about the UPSC IFS exam syllabus they here below our site provide the full details in the tabular format and the applicants can download the IFS previous year questions papers with solutions from our site for your best practise. Aspirants prepare the time table for the every subject of the IFS Preliminary exams from today onwards and because the official notification released on the 23rd May 2015 and the closing dates for the application received on 19th June 2015, for more details about the UPSC IFS syllabus and exam pattern candidates can look into the below page.
- Agricultural Engineering: Syllabus consists of 2 papers. Each paper consists of 2 sections, Section A and Section B.
|Section A||Soil and water conservation, Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing|
|Section B||Irrigation and Drainage, Agricultural Structures|
|Section A||Farm Power and Machinery, Agro-energy|
|Section B||Agricultural Process Engineering, Instrumental and computer applications in Agriculture|
- Animal Husbandry: Syllabus consists of 2 papers.
|5||Health and Hygiene|
|7||Veterinary Public Health|
|8||Milk and Milk Product Technology|
- Botany: Syllabus consists of 2 papers:
|10||Forest type of India|
- Mathematics: Syllabus consists of 2 papers. Each paper consists of 2 sections, Section A and Section B.
|Section A||Linear Algebra, Calculus, Analytics Geometry|
|Section B||Differential Equations, Dynamics, Vector Analysis|
|Section A||Algebra, Real Analysis, Linear Programming|
|Section B||Partial Differential Equations, Numeric Integration, Numeric Analysis, Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics|
- Zoology: Zoology syllabus consists of 2 papers. Each paper consists of 2 sections, Section A and Section B:
|Section A||Non-chordata and chordate|
|Section B||Ecology, Ethology, Economic Zoology, Biostatistics, Instrumental Methods.|
|Section A||Cell Biology, Genetics, Evolution, Systematic.|
|Section B||Biochemistry, Psychology, Developmental Biology|
UPSC IFS Exam Pattern 2015
|Paper I – General English||300 Marks|
|Paper II – General Knowledge||300 Marks|
|Paper III, IV, V & VI – Any two subjects to be selected from the list of optional subjects set out below. Each subject will have two papers.||200 Marks for each paper|
|Total marks for written examination|