The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on February 29 commences Indian Forest Service (Main) Examination, 2020. Paper 1 examination of IFS Mains 2020 is held in two sessions for GK and General English paper respectively. The examination is conducted following the social distancing and other guidelines laid by the Govt. of India. Candidates who appear for the Indian Forest Service (IFS) 28th February examination have a look at the paper analysis, review of the examination as shared by the students after the examination is over.
As per the reports, the IFS Mains examination on February 28 is held for General Knowledge and General English in two shifts. The examination is scheduled to be held from 28 February 2021 to 7th March 2021 excluding 1st March 2021. Preliminary examination qualified candidates were allowed only wearing face masks, carrying personnel hand sanitizer, transparent water bottle inside the exam hall.
An analysis of the 28 February held IFS Mains 2020 Paper 1 and 2 will be shared with the review of the essay-type questions, only after the examination is over. Ahead of the declaration of results, have a look at the analysis of the 28 February held GK and General English paper is hereby provided.
UPSC IFS Mains 2020 Exam Analysis:
All the question papers for the examination of conventional (essay) type. The duration of each of the papers is three hours (2 hours for Paper 1). The Commission has the discretion to fix qualifying marks in any or all the papers of the examination.
Paper I- General English 300 Marks- Two hours time duration
Candidates were asked to write an essay in English. Other questions were designed to test their understanding of English and workmanlike use of words. Passages that were to be written usually be set for summary or precis.
Paper-II - General Knowledge 300 Marks-
Questions were asked on Indian Polity including the political system and the Constitution of India, History of India and Geography of nature.
Note- Answer scripts of only those candidates who have obtained the minimum marks as decided by the Commission for Paper-II (General Knowledge) will be evaluated.