General Aptitude for UKPCS

General Aptitude for UKPCS Mains Paper 7 || Oracle IAS

UKPCS Mains 2021 pattern is different from other state civil services exam and UPSC CSE. One of the differentiating factor, the General Aptitude Paper 7. General aptitude for ukpcs

Oracle IAS analysis and tips for general aptitude for UKPCS:

  • Paper 7 consists of General Aptitude and Ethics. The weightage of General Aptitude is 120/200 i.e. 60% of Paper 7.
  • General Aptitude could be the most scoring part if prepared well. Aspirants can score as high as 110/120.
  • Many students with Math/Engineering  background tend to take this section lightly. Though the questions seem easy at first sight, but since  if an aspirant is out of practice, he/she might not be able to complete the whole paper within time frame.
  • Since marks are allotted for each step, aspirants should make it a habit to not apply shortcuts.
  • As per our analysis, an aspirant should try to complete the General Aptitude part within 90 min and allocate the remaining time for the Ethics section. General aptitude for ukpsc

The most important topics as per past years pattern are:

    • Percentage
    • Profit, Loss and Discount
    • Simple Interest and Compound interest
    • Ratio and Proportion
    • Fractions and Rationalization
    • AM, GM & HM
    • Time, Speed and Distance
    • Work and Time
    • Mensuration
    • Venn Diagram
    • Mean, Median and Mode
    • Co-ordinate Geometry

Mode of delivery:  Online on  Oracle IAS’s LMS

  • User id and password will be provided to each candidate.
  • Repository of all the questions and answers will be available from Day 1.

Fees/Cost of the program:

  • Complete syllabus coverage with doubt clearing sessions
  • Mode: Online on Oracle IAS’s LMS with recorded sessions for revision
  • Practice papers
  • Total Cost of the Program: Rs. 2500/- Only

Call/WhatsApp 9997453844 for details/enrollment.

Schedule of the General Aptitude forUKPCS/Class Plan:

Class No. Date Topic
1 13-Jun Introduction
2 14-Jun Number System
3 15-Jun HCF & LCM, Fraction
4 16-Jun Ratio and Proportion
5 17-Jun Doubt Clearing Session
6 18-Jun Percentage
7 19-Jun Profit and Loss
20-Jun off
8 21-Jun S.I. and C.I.
9 22-Jun S.I. and C.I.
10 23-Jun Time and Work
11 24-Jun Time and Work
12 25-Jun Linear Equations
13 26-Jun Doubt Clearing Session
27-Jun off
14 28-Jun Set Theory
15 29-Jun Set Theory
30-Jun off
16 1-Jul Cartesian System
17 2-Jul Cartesian System
18 3-Jul Cartesian System
4-Jul off
19 5-Jul Triangle, Rectangle, Rhombus, Circe etc.
20 6-Jul Triangle, Rectangle, Rhombus, Circe etc.
21 7-Jul Triangle, Rectangle, Rhombus, Circe etc.
22 8-Jul Doubt Clearing Session
23 9-Jul Statistics
24 10-Jul Statistics
11-Jul off
25 12-Jul Statistics
26 13-Jul Statistics
27 14-Jul Probabilty
28 15-Jul Probabilty
29 16-Jul Probabilty
30 17-Jul Doubt Clearing Session
18-Jul off
31 19-Jul Reasoning
32 20-Jul Reasoning
33 21-Jul Reasoning
34 22-Jul Reasoning

Syllabus as per the official notification:

  • Numbers and their classification: Natural, Real (Rational and Irrational), Integers, Division of
    numbers and Prime Numbers, Operations on Real numbers, Power root method for real numbers,
    Least Common Multiple (LCM) and Highest Common Factor (HCF) of Integers and their relation & difference.
  • Ratio and its Properties, Expressing a given number into a given ratio, Comparison of ratios,
    Respective proportion, Proportional relation between two or more numbers.
    Exchange of a number into rate of interest and rate of interest into number, Expressing a given
    quantity as a percentage of another quantity, conversion of a percentage into decimals and decimals
    into percentage, effect of percentage change on any number, two step change of percentage for a
    number, percentage excess and percentage shortness, gain percentage, profit and loss percentage,
    relation between cost price and selling price.
  • Effect of change of principal (P), rate (R) and time (T) on simple interest, repayment of debt in
    equal installments, compound interest when the interest is compounded yearly, half-yearly and
    quarterly, rate of growth and depreciation, principal ammount, time, rate of interest, difference
    between compound and simple interest.
  • Problems on basic concepts of work and time.
  • Simple linear simultaneous equations.
  • Sets, subsets, proper subsets, null set, operations on sets (Union, Intersection, Difference), Venn
  • Elementary knowledge of triangle, rectangle, square, rhombus and circle, theorems related to their
    properties and their parameter & area, volume and surface area of sphere, rectangular and circular
    cylinder and cone, cube.
  • Cartesian system, plotting of a point and distance formula, section formula, area of a triangle.
    Analogies, arrangement, causes and effects, family tree, puzzles based questions, sequences and
    series, code based questions on letters of alphabet, syllogism, statement and conclusion, problems
    based on clocks.
  • Significance, sufficiency, collection, classification of data, frequency, cumulative frequency,
    tabulation and presentation of data: simple, multiple, subdivided bar diagram, pie chart, histogram,
    frequency curve, frequency polygon, ogives, analysis and interpretation of data.
  • Arithmetic mean, geometric mean, harmonic mean, median, mode, combined mean of several sets
    of observations, average by increasing and decreasing of elements of sets, quartiles, deciles and

  • Classical and statistical definition of probability, addition and multiplication theorems of
    probability with simple examples, events, sample space.

Hemant Bhatt

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