CGPSC Syllabus 2023 Prelims and Mains Download PDF 2023

CGPSC syllabus 2023

CGPSC syllabus for prelims examination and mains examination has been released by the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission along with the official notification CGPSC SSE 2023 Examination. CGPSC SSC 2023. With the help of CGPSC syllabus 2023, aspirant can prepare for CGPSC SSE examination. Therefore the basic under standing of the CGPSC exam pattern and syllabus is extremely important to clear the CGPSC SSE exam.. We have given all the complete details related exam pattern and syllabus you can check in this post.

CGPSC SSE Notification 2023

Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission has been released the notification for CGPSC SSE 2023 Examination. The application link was activated from December 01, 2022 till 20 December, 2022. The CGPSC Prelims exam will be conduct in the month of 12, February and mains exam will be conducted from 11th May 2023 to 14th May 2023.All the candidates can download the official CGPSC SSC examination notification 2023 from the given link below.

CGPSC Exam 2023 Overview 

Here are the details of CGPSC SSE 2023 Prelims and Mains Exam Pattern and Date is given Below :

CGPSC Exam Overview 2023

Exam Conducting Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission
Post/service Police service/civil services etc
Total vacancy 189
CGPSC online application start 1 December 2022
CGPSC online application End 20 December 2022
CGPSC Prelims exam date 12 February 2013
CGPSC mains exam date 11 – 14 th May 2023

CGPSC SSE Syllabus 2023

A basic awarenes of the CGPSC syllabus 2023 is Much more  important to conquer the road of clearing the CGPSC exam 2023. CGPSC Prelims exams evaluates candidates GK awareness and aptitude skills. The aspirant;s are tested respectively on many topics including general studies, GK of Chhattisgarh, decision making skills, inter personal skills, and many more topics.

CGPSC Prelims Exam Overview

Prelims Exam Date  12 February 2023
Premils Exam Paper 1 & Paper 2 Details
Paper Name No. of Questions No. of Marks Negative Marking
General Studies (Paper 1) 100  200 1/3 Marks
CSAT (Paper 2) 100  200 1/3 Marks
Note :-  Paper 2 (CSAT) Qualifying in Nature.
  • For UR :- 33% marks 
  • For Reserved Category :- 23% Marks 

CGPSC Prelims Syllabus 2023

CGPSC Syllabus for Paper 1 (GS) :- CGPSC Syllabus for Prelims Paper 1 is divided into mainly 2 parts: Section A and Section B. First section A includes many topics like Physical, Social & Economic Geography of India, Science and Technology, Environmental science and other topics related to General studies while second section B include topics related to General knowledges of Chhattisgarh. All the Candidates can check the CGPSC Prelims Syllabus Notification 2023 from the table given below.

cgpsc syllabus 2023 pdf download
CGPSC Syllabus For General Studies
Part A (general studies) Part B (general knowledge of Chhattisgarh)
1) history of India and Indian National Movement 1) history of Chhattisgarh, and contribution of Chhattisgarh in the freedom movement
2) constitution of India and polity 2) , Administrative structure local government and Panchayati Raj of Chhattisgarh
3) general science and technologies। 3) geography,Physically Status ,climate, Census, archaeological and tourist centres of Chhattisgarh.
4) physical, social and economic geography of India 4) economy, forest and Agriculture of Chhattisgarh
5) Indian economy 5) Tribes, special Tradition, Teej and festival of Chhattisgarh.
6) environment 6) literature,, music, dance, art and culture, idoms and proverbs, puzzle/riddle, singing of Chhattisgarh.
7) Indian philosophy, Art, literature and culture 7) current affairs of Chhattisgarh
8) current affairs 8) industry in Chhattisgarh, energy, water and Minerals resources of Chhattisgarh

CGPSC Syllabus for Paper 2 (CSAT) :- CGPSC Syllabus for Paper 2 checks the Aptitude abilities of All the candidates, the decision making and problem-solving skill, General mental ability,  Interpersonal skills including communication skills, Logical reasoning and analytical ability, Knowledge of Chhattisgarhi and Hindi Language, and many more topics . You can check all the details in below tables.

CGPSC Syllabus for CSAT
1) Decision making and problem solving Skills 5) basic numeracy ( order of magnitude ,number and their relations,etc.)
2) general mental ability 6) knowledge of Chhattisgarhi language
3) logical reasoning and analytical ability 7) data interpretation (table, graph, charts, daughter sufficiency, class 10th level)
4) interpersonal skills 8) knowledge of Hindi language and Chhattisgarhi language

CGPSC Mains Exam Pattern 2023

According State Service Examination 2023, CGPSC Mainn Exam will be held on 11th May 2023 – 14 May 2023. All the aspirants who have cleared the prelims exams they have been called for CGPSC Mains Examination. All the Details Regarding CGPSC Mains Examination Like Exam Pattern, Syllabus is given below:

Name of Paper  Subject  Duration Marks
Paper 1 Language 3 Hours 200 Marks
Paper 2 Essay 3 Hours 200 Marks
Paper 3 General Studies-1 3 Hours 200 Marks
Paper 4 General Studies-2 3 Hours 200 Marks
Paper 5 General Studies-3 3 Hours 200 Marks
Paper 6 General Studies-4 3 Hours 200 Marks
Paper 7 General Studies-5 3 Hours 200 Marks

CGPSC Mains Syllabus 2023

Paper 1 (Language)

Part 1 सामान्य हिंदी
भाषा बोध तत्सम एवं तद्भव शब्द
संक्षिप्त लेखन शब्द शुद्धि
पर्यायवाची एंड विलोम शब्द वाक्य शुद्धि
समोचरित शब्द के अर्थ भेद उपसर्ग एवं प्रत्यय
वाक्यांश के लिए एक सार्थक शब्द मुहावरे एवं लोकोक्तियां(अर्थ एवं प्रयोग)
संधि एवं संधि विच्छेद पत्र लेखन
समासिक पद रचना एवं समास विग्रह हिंदी साहित्य के इतिहास में काल विभाजन एवं नामकरण
पृष्ठांकन अधिसूचना
शासकीय ,अर्धशासकीय पत्र प्रतिवेदन ,पत्रकारिता
छत्तीसगढ़ के प्रमुख साहित्यकार तथा  उनकी प्रमुख रचनाएं प्रारूप लेखन
शब्द युग्म अपठित गद्यांश 
विज्ञापन प्रपत्र, परिपत्र
टिप्पणी लेखन अनुवाद ( हिंदी से अंग्रेजी तथा अंग्रेजी से हिंदी)
Part 2 General English 
Comprehension
Prices writing
Synonyms
Antonyms
Correction of spellings
Vocabulary and uses
Tenses
Preposition
Rearrangement and correction of sentences
Filling the blanks Parts of speech
Active and passive voice Idioms and Phrases
 
Part 3 छत्तीसगढ़ी भाषा
छत्तीसगढ़ी भाषा का ज्ञान
छत्तीसगढ़ी भाषा का विकास एवं इतिहास
छत्तीसगढ़ी का व्याकरण
शब्द साधन संज्ञा
क्रिया विशेषण
अव्यय ( क्रिया विशेषण, संबंध बोधक, विस्मयादि बोधक)  कारक
लिंग  वचन
उपसर्ग  प्रत्यय संधि :- हिन्दी मे संधि, छ.ग. मे संधि
छत्तीसगढ़ राजभाषा आयोग  छत्तीसगढ़ी भाषा के विकास में समाचार पत्रों, पत्रिकाओं, आकाशवाणी व  सिनेमा की भूमिका
छत्तीसगढ़ी भाषा का सामान्य परिचय नामकरण
छत्तीसगढ़ी भाषा का परिचय
काल लिखना -क्रिया के भूतकाल के रूप ,पूर्ण+अपूर्ण भूतकाल 
समास शब्द रचना की विधियाँ 
काल वाच्य, लोक व्यवहार में छत्तीसगढ़ी
छत्तीसगढ़ी भाषा का साहित्य तथा प्रमुख साहित्यकार  सर्वनाम
छत्तीसगढ़ी में क्रियाओं में वर्तमान, भूत तथा पूर्ण+अपूर्ण वर्तमान भविष्य काल के रूप पढ़ना – क्रिया के भविष्यकाल के रूप ,पूर्ण+अपूर्ण भविष्यकाल, पाद – टिप्पणी |

Paper 2 (Eassy)

Part 1 : International and national level issues 
Part 2 : Chhattisgarh state level issues
Note : 
  • Candidates needs to write two essays on Issues.
  • Four Problem will be Given in this Section.
  • Essays length will be 750 words each.
  • Ever Essays will contains 50 marks.

Paper 3 (Genral Studies 1)

CGPSC mains GS paper 1 is divided into three parts:- 
  1. History of India
  2. Polity and Public Administration
  3. CG History

CGPSC Syllabus for Mains exam paper 3 tests candidates knowledge on many topics like  Medieval History, Gandhi Eras, Fundamental Rights History of CG and many more topics. 

Part 1 (History Of India)
Pre-history age Indus civilization
Vedic civilization Jainism and Buddhism
Rise of Magadh Empire Mauryan polity and economy
Sunga Satavahan period
Gupta Empire Development of art
Architecture Literature and Science during the Gupta-vakatak period
Major dynasties of South India Medieval Indian History
Saltnate And Magadh period Vijaya nagar Kingdom
Bhakti movement Sufism
Development of literature in regional language Rise of Maratha
Advent of Europeans and factor responsible for the establishment of British Supremacy Expansion of British Empire
Was and diplomacy Rural Economy agriculture
Land revenue system Permanent settlement
Raiyatvari Mahalwari
Decline of Handicrafts industries
Relation of East India Company with states
Changes in Administrative structure
Urban economy after 1858
Development of Railway
Industrialisation
consititutional development
Socio-religious reform movements
Bramho Samaj, Arya Samaj ,Prarthna Samaj
Ramakrishna Mission
Rise of nationalism
The revolt of 1857
Establishment of Indian National Congress
Partition of Bengal and Swadeshi movement
Rise and Development Of communalism
Revolutionary Movement
Home Rule Movement  Gandhiyan Movements
Quit India Movement Workers, peasant and triable moments
Reforms movement among Dalits
Reform movement among Muslims
Aligarh movement
Indian National Army
Independence and partition of India
Merger of states
Part 2 (Constitution & Public Administration)
Constitutional development of India (1773 – 1950)
Formation of the constitution and salient features
Preamble
Nature of the constitution
Fundamental rights and duties
Directive principle of State Policy
Union executive legislative and judiciary
Right to constitutional remedies
Public Interest litigation
Judicial activism
Judicial review
Attorney General
State executive legislative and judiciary
Advocate general
Central state relationship legislative
Executive and Financial
All India services
Union and State Public Service Commission
Emergency provisions
Constitutional amendment
Concept of basic structure
Government of Chhattisgarh legislative
Executive and judiciary
Public administration meaning scope nature and importance
Public Administration and private administration under liberalisations
New Public Administration development Administration and comparative administration
New dimension in public administration
State ves. market
Rule of law
Organisation principal approaches and structure
Management leadership
Policy determination
Decision making
Instrument of Administrative Management coordination, delegation, communication, observation and motivation.
Administrative Reforms
Good governance, e governance, Bureaucracy
District administration
Control on administration in India- parliamentary, financial judicial and executive
Lokpal and Lok Ayukta
Right to Information
Panchayat and municipalities
Parliamentary-presidential, unitary-Federal government
Theory of Separation of power
Administrative structure of Chhattisgarh
Part 3 (History of Chhattisgarh)
Pre Historic Age History of Chhattisgarh from vedic age to Gupta period
Major Dynasties: Rajarshitulya Kula, Nala, Sharabhpuriyas, Pandu, Somvanshis etc. Kalchuries and their administration
Chhattisgarh under the marathas
British
Chhattisgarh under British protectorate.
Former states and zamindaris of Chhattisgarh
Feudatory States Revolt of 1857
Freedom movement in Chhattisgarh
Workers, Peasant and Tribal Moments
Formation of Chhattisgarh state

Paper 4 (Genral Studies 2)

CGPSC mains GS paper 2 is divided into three parts:- 
  1. General Science (Physcis, Chemistry, Biology)
  2. Aptitude Test, Logical Reasoning and Mental Ability.
  3. Applied And Behavioural Science

CGPSC Syllabus for Mains exam paper 4 tests candidates knowledge on many topics like  Mental Ability, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science and many more topics. 

Part 1 A (Chemistry)
Rate of chemical reaction and chemical equilibrium
Climinary knowledge of rate of chemical reaction
Fast and slow chemical reactions
Metals- position of metals in the periodic table and general properties
Metal, minerals ORE
Difference between minerals and ore
Metallurgy concentration
Roasting, smelting, refining of ores
Metallurgy of Copper and iron
Corrosion Of metals
Alloys Non metals- position of non metals in the periodic table and general properties
Some important organic compound
Some general artificial Polymers ,polythene, polyvinyl chloride
Teflon Soap and Detergent
Part 1 B (Physics)
Light– nature of light, Reflection of Light, Law of Reflection, Reflection from plane and Curved Surface, image formation by plane, convex and concave mirror, relation between focal length and radius of curvature, electric discharge in gases, causes of origin of energy in the sun, electricity and its effect intensity.
Potential:- potential difference, electric current, Ohm’s law, Resistance, Specific Resistance, influencing factors, combination of resistance and related numerical question, thermal effect of current and its uses, calculation of power and electric energy spent precaution observed in electric experiments, photo electric effect, solar cell structure, PN Juction, Diode,
Part 1 C (Biology)
Transport:-  transport of minerals and water In plants and animal, structure and function of blood, structure and working of heart, definition, main steps of the process, light reaction and dark reaction. Respiration:- definition, breaking and respiration, types of respirations,Aerobic and Anaerobic respiration,Respiratory Organs of animals, Respiratory system of human being and mechanism of respiration, human digestive system and digestive process
Control and coordination:-  nervous system of human being, structure and function of human brain and spinal cord, coordination in plants and animal, Phytohormones, endocrine glands harmone and their function, Reproduction and growth type of reproduction.
Asexual Reproduction:- Fission, budding, regeneration, artificial vegetative reproduction, liyering, cutting, grafting, Parthenogenesis, sexual reproduction in plants, structure of flower and reproduction process, Pollination, fertilization, human reproductive system and the production process, Heredity and Evolution – Heredity and veriation, fundamental basic of heredity chromosome and DNA.
Part 3 (Aptitude test, logical reasoning, mental ability)
1) addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of rational numbers. 2) finding the rational number between two rational numbers
3) ratio and proportion- definition, properties, alternendo, Invertendo, Componendo etc. and their Uses. 4) commercial mathematics – banking, calculation of interest on/in saving account, fixed deposit account and recurring deposit account
5) calculation of Income Tax(for salaried person and excluding house rent allowance) 6) factorization, LCM, HCF
7) vedic mathematics- addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and checking the answer through Bijank. 8) square, square roots, cube, cube roots, vinculum and its application
9) verification of Vaidik mathematics methods in Algebra etc. 10) introduction and ceativity of Indian mathematician in reference with aryabhatt, Varaha Mihira, Brahma Gupta, Bhaskaracharya, Srinivas Ramanujan.
11) mathematical operation 12) basic nemeracy (numbers and their relations, order of magnitudes etc.)
13) data interpretation ( charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc.) and Analysis of data. 14) arithmetic mean
15) median, Mode, probability 16) Quaestioin Related to addition and Multiplication theorem on probability.
17) Applied Mathematics – Profit and Loss, Percentage, Interest and averages. 18) Time , Speed , Distance
19) River and Boat. 20) Analog test
21) Odd Words, Odd Pair of Words. 22) Coding and Decoding Test.
23) Relation Test 24) alphabet test
25) mathematical operation 26) logical analysis of words
27) inserting the missing number and word 28) Assertion and Reason.
29) Situation Reaction test. 30) Figure Series.
31) Deletion of Elements 32) General Mental Ability.

Part 03 (Applied and Behavioural Science)

1) role of information technology in rural India 2) basic knowledge of computer
3) computers in communication and broadcasting 4) software development for economic growth
5) broad applications of IT. 6) energy resources:- demand of energy, renewable and nonrenewable energy resources of energy
7) the development and utilisation of nuclear energy in the country 8) Science and Technology developments in India in present
9) origin of agriculture 10) Progress of Agricultural science and it’s impact
11) crop science in India 12) Fertilizer, Control of pests and disease scenario in india.
13) biodiversity and its conservation:- generally introduction, definition, species and Genetic diversity.  14) bio-Geographical classification of India
15) importance of biodiversity 16) constructive and distractive application
17) importance of social, moral and alternative vision. 18) global, National and local level biodiversity
19) India is a mega biodiversity Nation 20) hotspots of biodiversity
21) Threats of biodiversity 22) laws of habitat
23) damage to Wild life, humans and wild animals confli animals conflictct. 24) India’s Threatened
25) Endangered and Endemic Species. 26) conservation of biodiversity
27) topological and non topological conservation 28) environmental pollution:- causes, effect and control measures, air pollution, water pollution. Marine pollution, soil pollution, sound/noise pollution, thermal pollution, nuclear pollution.
29) Soil waste management:- urban and industrial solid waste management
30)  human role in pollution control.

Paper 5 (Genral Studies 3)

CGPSC mains GS paper 3 is divided into three parts:- 
  1. Economics of India and Chhattisgarh
  2. Geography of India
  3. Geography of Chhattisgarh

CGPSC Syllabus for Mains exam paper 5 tests candidates knowledge on many topics like  National and Per Capita Income, Physical Feature of India Agriculture, Physical Feature of Chhattisgarh and many more topics. 

Part 1 ( Economics of India and Chhattisgarh)

1) National and per capita income:- 
  • Structural changes in the Indian economy (GDP and workforce)
  • Changes in the role of public and private sectors and their shares in the total plan outlay of the latest plan.
  • Economy reforms, problems of poverty and unemployment.
  • Magnitude and the majors initiative to ameliorate them.
2) Monetory Policy :-
  • Structure of Indian banking and non banking financial instruction and reforms in them since 1990s.

3) Regulation of credit by RBI

4) Pattern no public revenue, public expenditure, public debt, fiscal deficit and their effects on the economy.

5) in reference with CG :- 
  • Demographic features and social backwardness of the schedule cast, schedule tribes,Backward classes and minorities .
  • Literacy and occupational Structure.
 

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