Civil Service - IAS, IPS, JEE, JRF (Biology) Course

Civil Service - IAS, IPS, JEE, JRF (Biology)

The Civil Services Examination (CSEis a competitive examination conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) nationwidein India for the recruitment of personnel to higher Civil Services of the Government of India, such as Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service& other services.

It is referred to as the UPSC examination, and UPSC CSEand is conducted in three phases: a preliminary examination consisting of two objective-type papers (Paper-I consisting of General Studies and Paper-II, referred to as the Civil Service Aptitude Test or CSAT), and a main examination consisting of nine papers of conventional (essay) type, in which two papers are qualifying and only marks of seven are counted. Subsequently, shortlisted candidates based on the scores obtained in preliminary examination will face a personality test (interview) for final consolidation.

The preliminary examination intends to focus on analytical abilities and understanding rather than the ability to memorize. The new pattern includes two papers of two hours duration and 200 marks each. Both papers have multiple-choice objective type questions only.  They are as follows: Tests the candidate's knowledge on current events, history of India and Indian national movement, Indian and world geography, Indian polity Panchayati Raj system and governance, economic and social development, environmental ecology, biodiversity, climate change and general science, Art and culture.

General Science and Technology is a subject that is equally important as other subjects for the UPSC civilservices exam. Every year handful of about questions will be asked from this section in the UPSC – CSE. Therefore, general science & its related subjects and marks obtained thereof are critical for passing this exam at both the levels (preliminary) and in mains, if anyone takes Biology/Medicine as subjects.


It is assumed that students from science or engineeringbackgrounds will find this section easy, while others who are from the non-science background may find thissection a bit difficult. Preparedness, acquisition of understanding on the topics provided below in the syllabus with in which questions will arise is important. None the less, apart from the preliminary examination, the detail study of Biology/Medicine as a subject for Main examination also needs critical tips, mechanistic aspects and critical know how. This will only be  explained or taught by Professor of Biochemistry/Molecular Biology/Biotechnology.


CSE Paper I – General Science Syllabus for UPSC Prelims (Click on the left side for individual sub-subject details in the option for packages).


This is same for JEE (to entry into IITs, IIMs & NET (CSIR/UGC) Fellowship examination. (Click on the left side for individual sub-subject details in the option for packages).


This section can be classified into four:


1. Biology / Biosciences

2. Chemistry

3. Physics

4. Current affairs related to science and technology


Here comes particularly the Cell Biology/Biochemistry/Molecular Biology/Biotechnology/Medicine/Immunology syllabus components relevant to CSE (IAS, IPS etc. examination)


This is same for JEE (to entry into IITs, IIMs & NET (CSIR/UGC) Fellowship examination. (Click on the left side for individual sub-subject details in the option for packages).


·        Cell Organelles – Plant Cell vs. Animal Cell

·        Carbohydrates – Monosaccharides, Polysaccharides

·        Proteins – Amino Acids, Enzymes

·        Vitamins and Minerals – Deficiency Diseases

·        Fats – Healthy Fats and Unhealthy Fats

·        Animal Tissues – Epithelium, Connective Tissues

·        Human Digestive System – Digestive Glands

·        Respiratory System – NCERT General Science

·        Endocrine Glands and Hormones

·        Human Neural System – Human Brain

·        Muscular and Skeletal System

·        Nucleic acids – DNA and RNA, Recombinant DNA

·        Mitosis – Cell Cycle, Cell Division, Meiosis – Mitosis – Meiosis Comparison

·        Inheritance – Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance, Chromosomal Theory, Human Genome Project

·        Sex Determination – Genetic Disorders

·        Diseases Caused by Microorganisms

·        Microbes in Human Welfare – Useful Microbes

·        Immunity – Human Immune System

·        AIDS, Cancer – causes

·        Drugs and Alcohol Abuse

·        Diseases – Acute, Chronic, Communicable Diseases

·        Blood – Blood Groups – Formed Elements

·        Circulatory System, Double Circulation

·        Excretory System – Kidney, Urine Formation

·        Origin and Evolution of Life on Earth

·        Biological Classification

·        Five Kingdom Classifications of Plants and Animals

·        Plant Parts and Their Functions

·        Plant Kingdom – Thallophytes (Algae), Bryophytes, Pteridophytes

·        Plants with Seeds – Gymnosperms and Angiosperms

·        Plant Tissue – Meristematic – Simple, Complex Permanent Tissue

·        Plant Nutrition – Photosynthesis, Nitrogen Cycle, Fixation

·        Sexual and Asexual Reproduction in Plants

·        Classification of Animal Kingdom (Animalia)

·        Classification of Vertebrata (Phylum Chordata)

·        Human Reproductive System

·        Biotechnology – Genetic Engineering – Processes and Applications




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