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Friday, May 6, 2011

Performance of Science subjects...

Hi all, I have complied the result of science subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) in last 12 years, from annual reports of UPSC (http://www.upsc.gov.in/general/rti/slno1.htm#PageTop)

Optional Subject
Number of candidates
Appeared
Number of candidates
Recommended
Percentage of successful candidates
Physics(2002)
164
13
7.90
Physics(2003)
237
22
9.30
Physics(2004)
185
24
13.00
Physics(2005)
154
21
13.60
Physics(2006)
210
11
5.20
Physics(2007)
229
12
5.24
Physics(2008)
239
16
6.70
Physics(2009)
191
30
15.70
Physics(2010)
243
24
9.90
Physics(2011)
323
31
9.60
Physics(2012)
266
17
6.40
Physics(2013)
147
13
8.80





















Optional Subject
Number of candidates
Appeared
Number of candidates
Recommended
Percentage of successful candidates
Maths (2002)
238
20
8.40
Maths (2003)
341
21
6.20
Maths (2004)
216
11
5.10
Maths (2005)
164
19
11.60
Maths (2006)
202
20
9.90
Maths (2007)
198
7
3.53
Maths (2008)
277
8
2.90
Maths (2009)
243
14
5.80
Maths (2010)
279
20
7.20
Maths (2011)
337
28
8.30
Maths (2012)
325
23
7.10
Maths (2013)
329
20
6.10




















Optional Subject
Number of candidates
Appeared
Number of candidates
Recommended
Percentage of successful candidates
Chemistry(2002)
75
2
2.60
Chemistry(2003)
133
7
5.30
Chemistry(2004)
109
0
0.00
Chemistry(2005)
84
4
4.80
Chemistry(2006)
89
5
5.60
Chemistry(2007)
110
9
8.18
Chemistry(2008)
124
7
5.60
Chemistry(2009)
109
9
8.30
Chemistry(2010)
107
7
6.50
Chemistry(2011)
123
11
8.90
Chemistry(2012)
104
11
10.60
Chemistry(2013)
85
6
7.10

18 comments:

jeetesh said...

its disappointing..but i m still with chemistry....thanks sir

pramode jain said...

It's very useful data....thanks for it. But could you let me know the selection percentage of popular arts subjects PLEASE........

Talha said...

I am thinking of taking maths...and am confident of scoring good but my only concern is scaling ..can u plz elaborate on scaling.

Abhijeet Agrawal said...

@ Pramode jain..it is on the UPSC website..and i had mentioned the link for report also...so u can get it from there....
@ Talha.... No body knows abt the scaling formula...but one thing is sure that if u do more than 540 marks correct ( with correct answers and steps) then surely u will get around 400 marks....so u rather prepare well rather than focusing on scaling formula...

Kavitha Reddy said...

Very very useful Blog. I have bookmarked it.
Thanks a ton
Kavitha

abhishek said...

I have not seen such a detailed notes for any optional. thanx for uploading

Naveen Patil said...

thanks for ur physics notes sir. its of great use. sir, while studying physics question paper, i found that upto 2011 year upsc has specific question in sections of paper and in 2012 questions of both sections of each paper mixed. i mean in 2012 there is no demarcation like section A & section B . i found questions of section A portion in sec B. can u plz suggest some stratergy.?

Naveen Patil said...

in the above comment, i reffered it for IAS physics paper.

Sujeet Sinha said...

Sir, not able to download the chemistry notes stating it has been removed please tell hoe to download the notes

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Thanx

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shiva reddy said...

abhijeet agarwal physics optional notes link,
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B0QY-7vDf3FXSnJ4YUpEZnBLazg&usp=sharing
download and enjoy...

Ashish said...

Good Analysis.

Yellow Haze said...

Thanks for the information