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Daily Subject Wise
Quiz for UPSC IAS Prelims

Daily Subject wise Quiz Day 113 Environment XIV ( Online Prelims Test)

Overseas Borrowing

Daily Subject wise Quiz Day 113 Environment XIV ( Online Prelims Test)


Daily Subject wise Quiz Day 112 Environment XIII ( Online Prelims Test)

Regulatory Authorities, Various Act for Environment Conservation.

Daily Subject wise Quiz Day 111 Environment XII ( Online Prelims Test)


Daily Subject wise Quiz Day 110 Indian Economy XII ( Online Prelims Test)

Sectoral Composition, Demographic Dividend

Daily Subject wise Quiz Day 109 Indian Economy XII ( Online Prelims Test)

Health & Education

Daily Subject wise Quiz Day 108 Indian Economy XI ( Online Prelims Test)

Poverty & Unemployment

Daily Subject wise Quiz Day 107 Indian Polity XVI ( Online Prelims Test)

Rights Issues and Recent amendments

Daily Subject wise Quiz Day 106 Indian Polity XVI ( Online Prelims Test)

Political parties, Elections, Electoral reform, Anti defection law

Daily Subject wise Quiz Day 105 Indian Polity XV ( Online Prelims Test)

Constitutional and Non Constitutional Bodies



Daily Subject-wise Quiz

Every year in UPSC CSE Prelims, questions from static subjects are given due weightage of around 65 questions. Thus, strong foundation in static subjects gives an edge in prelims. It demands periodical revision to retain concepts, deep &proper understanding and critical analysis over wide range of themes. A correct answer in fundamental and applied static question improves one’s accuracy reducing negative marks. Even in current affairs-based questions, a clear understanding of static subject helps in arriving correct options by logical deductions.

The Daily Subject-wise quiz for UPSC IAS Prelims from IAS Parliament consists of daily tests from the static portion of UPSC CSE syllabus. The questions will be from topics like Polity, Ancient, Medieval & Modern History, Art & Culture, Geography, Economy and Environment. Candidates can take the subject wise quiz to test their knowledge on these subjects.

Polity is further divided into Constitutional Framework, Making Of The Constitution, Salient Features, Preamble, Union and its territory, Citizenship, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy, Fundamental Duties, Amendment, Basic Structure, Parliamentary System, Federal System, Centre-State Relations, Inter-State Relations, Emergency Provisions, Executive, Legislature and Judiciary, Local Government, Union Territory, Special Status, Constitutional and Non-Constitutional Bodies and Governance.

Ancient History covers IVC, Vedic Period, Mahajanapadas, Mauryan Empire, Post-Mauryan Age, Megalithics and Sangam Age, Guptan Age, Pallavas and Chalukyas in South.

Medieval History covers Cholas, Delhi Sultanates, Vijayanagar and Bahmini Kingdom, Rise of Marathas and Mughal Empire.

Modern History covers Advent of Europeans, Later Mughals, Establishment of British Empire and Socio Religious Movements, From Plassey to formation of INC with focus on Pre-INC organization, Formation of INC to Partition with focus on Gandhian Era, Newspapers and Journals.

Art & Culture focuses on IVC, Sites/Ports, Literary Works, Buddhism and Jainism, Architecture/Inscriptions.

Geography emphasises on Physical Geography topics such as Geomorphology, Climatology, Oceanography, Biogeography and Environmental Geography.<

Economy is further divided into National Income, Growth and Development, Public Finance, Budget, Economic Survey, Money, Inflation, External Sector, Financial Market and Financial Inclusion, Planning, Agriculture, Industry, Poverty, Unemployment and Demographics, Social Development, Sustainable Development and Social sector Initiatives.

Environment is further divided into Ecology, Ecosystem (Terrestrial & Aquatic), Biosphere, Species in News, Protected Areas, Plants & Animals adaptations and conservation, Environmental Impact Assessment, Renewable Energy, Pollution, Global Warming and Mitigation StrategiesIndian Environment, Conventions, Acts & Policies, Organisations and Government Initiatives.

The test modules have been designed based on the UPSC exam questions from the previous year. The break-up of topics and weightage of the questions mimics the UPSC exam pattern. Taking up the Daily Subject-wise quiz for UPSC IAS Prelims boosts the confidence of candidates in facing the actual UPSC Prelims exams. A detailed Daily Subject-wise quiz schedule is also available on the website for the guidance of aspirants. IAS Parliament has designed these modules aiming for complete revision of prelims topics and high confidence levels of UPSC aspirants.

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