Mar 29, 2019

UPSC IES ISS Syllabus 2019 Exam Question Paper Pattern PDF


UPSC IES ISS Syllabus
Union Public Service Commission will conduct the UPSC IES ISS examination on 28 June 2019. Candidates who are preparing for the said examination are suggested to check out updated UPSC IES ISS Syllabus 2019 with Exam Question Paper Pattern PDF from here! Through this article, we are providing you the official syllabus of UPSC IES ISS with updated exam pattern.


With the help of provided syllabus, you will get to know about the topics of Indian Economic Service and Indian Statistical Services examination from which the question will be asked. So what are you waiting for? Just scroll down the page and check the complete UPSC IES ISS Syllabus 2019 and Exam Question Paper Pattern now!


UPSC IES/ISS 2019 Exam pattern and syllabus short details:

Name of Organization
 Union Public Service Commission
Job Category
 Govt Jobs
Exam Name
 Indian Economic Service and Indian Statistical Services
Total Vacancies
 Various
Category
 Exam pattern and syllabus
Selection Process
 Prelims Exam, Mains Exam, Personality Test
Website
 www.upsc.gov.in
Location
 India


IES ISS Exam Pattern Syllabus  2019 Complete Details

IES ISS Exam Pattern Syllabus  2019  Indian Economic Service
S.No.
Name of the Subject
Maximum Marks
Time Duration

1
General English
100
3 Hours
2
General Studies
100
3 Hours
3
General Economics – I
200
3 Hours
4
General Economics – II
200
3 Hours
5
General Economics – III
200
3 Hours
6
Indian Economics
200
3 Hours


IES ISS Exam Pattern Syllabus 2019 – Indian Statistical Service
S.No.
Name of the Subject
Maximum Marks
Time Duration

1
General English
100
3 Hours
2
General Studies
100
3 Hours
3
Statistics – I (Objective)
200
2 Hours
4
Statistics – II (Objective)
200
2 Hours
5
Statistics- III (Descriptive)
200
3 Hours
6
Statistics – IV (Descriptive)
200
3 Hours

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UPSC IES ISS Syllabus 2019
Indian Economic Service (IES):
·         General English
·         General Studies
·         General Economics-I
·         General Economics-II
·         General Economics-III
·         Indian Economics

Indian Statistical Service (ISS):
·         General English
·         General Studies
·         Statistics-I (Objective)
·         Statistics-II (Objective)
·         Statistics-III (Descriptive)
·         Statistics-IV (Descriptive)

SECTION-II STANDARD AND SYLLABI:
The standard of papers in General English and General Studies will be such as may be expected of a graduate of an Indian University. The standard of papers in the other subjects will be that of the Master’s degree examination of an Indian University in the relevant disciplines. The candidates will be expected to illustrate theory by facts, and to analyse problems with the help of theory. They will be expected to be particularly conversant with Indian problems in the field(s) of Economics/Statistics.


GENERAL ENGLISH:
Candidates will be required to write an essay in English. Other questions will be designed to test their understanding of English and workman like use of words. Passages will usually be set for summary or précis.


GENERAL STUDIES:
General knowledge including knowledge of current events and of such matters of everyday observation and experience in their scientific aspects as may be expected of an educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific subject. The paper will also include questions on Indian Polity including the political system and the Constitution of India, History of India and Geography of a nature which a candidate should be able to answer without special study.

GENERAL ECONOMICS – I
Theory of Consumer’s Demand: Cardinal utility Analysis: Marginal utility and demand, Consumer’s surplus, Indifference curve, Analysis and utility function, Price income and substitution effects, Slutsky theorem and derivation of demand curve, Revealed preference theory. Duality and indirect utility function and expenditure function, Choice under risk and uncertainty. Simple games of complete information, Concept of Nash equilibrium


Theory of Production: Factors of production and production function. Forms of Production Functions: Cobb Douglas, CES and Fixed coefficient type, Translog production function. Laws of return, Returns to scale and Return to factors of production. Duality and cost function, Measures of productive efficiency of firms, technical and allocative efficiency. Partial Equilibrium versus General Equilibrium approach. Equilibrium of the firm and industry

GENERAL ECONOMICS – II
Economic Thought: Mercantilism Physiocrats, Classical, Marxist, Neo-classical, Keynesian and Monetarist schools of thought.

Concept of National Income and Social Accounting: Measurement of National Income, Inter relationship between three measures of national income in the presence of Government sector and International transactions. Environmental considerations, Green national income


Financial and Capital Market: Finance and economic development, financial markets, stock market, gift market, banking and insurance. Equity markets, Role of primary and secondary markets and efficiency, Derivatives markets; Future and options.

GENERAL ECONOMICS – III
Public Finance: Theories of taxation: Optimal taxes and tax reforms, incidence of taxation. Theories of public expenditure: objectives and effects of public expenditure, public expenditure policy and social cost benefit analysis, criteria of public investment decisions, social rate of discount, shadow prices of investment, unskilled labour and foreign exchange. Budgetary deficits. Theory of public debt management

Environmental Economics: Environmentally sustainable development, Rio process 1992 to 2012, Green GDP, UN Methodology of Integrated Environmental and Economic Accounting. Environmental Values: Users and non-users values, option value.

Industrial Economics: Market structure, conduct and performance of firms, product differentiation and market concentration, monopolistic price theory and oligopolistic interdependence and pricing, entry preventing pricing, micro level investment decisions and the behaviour of firms, research and development and innovation, market structure and profitability, public policy and development of firms.

INDIAN ECONOMICS
History of development and planning: Alternative development strategies—goal of self-reliance based on import substitution and protection, the post-1991 globalisation strategies based on stabilization and structural adjustment packages: fiscal reforms, financial sector reforms and trade reforms.

Budgeting and Fiscal Policy: Tax, expenditure, budgetary deficits, pension and fiscal reforms, Public debt management and reforms, Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (FRBM) Act, Black money and Parallel economy in India—definition, estimates, genesis, consequences and remedies.

STATISTICS-I (OBJECTIVE TYPE)
Probability: Classical and axiomatic definitions of Probability and consequences. Law of total probability, Conditional probability, Bayes’ theorem and applications. Discrete and continuous random variables. Distribution functions and their properties


Statistical Methods: Collection, compilation and presentation of data, charts, diagrams and histogram. Frequency distribution. Measures of location, dispersion, skewness and kurtosis. Bivariate and multivariate data. Association and contingency. Curve fitting and orthogonal polynomials. Bivariate normal distribution. Regression-linear, polynomial. Distribution of the correlation coefficient, Partial and multiple correlation, Intraclass correlation, Correlation ratio.

Statistics – II (Objective)
·         Linear Models
·         Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing
·         Official Statistics
·         National and International official statistical system
·         National Statistical Organization
·         Sector Wise Statistics
·         Population Census
·         Index Numbers
·         National Statistical Commission

Statistics- III (Descriptive)
·         Sampling Techniques
·         Econometrics
·         Applied Statistics


Statistics- IV (Descriptive):
·         Operations Research and Reliability
·         Demography and Vital Statistics
·         Survival Analysis and Clinical Trial
·         Quality Control
·         Multivariate Analysis
·         Design and Analysis of Experiments
·         Computing with C and R
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Hope the provided syllabus will be beneficial for you. We advise you to start your exam preparation as per the given syllabus and exam pattern.

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