UPSC IES General Economics III Previous Question Papers Download

UPSC Indian Economic Services (IES) General Economics III Previous year question papers are the source of study well for the exam. The exam is conducted every year by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). There are various applicants of the exam and everyone can attain the previous papers of IES exam to practice each section of the paper in the proper way as are asked in the exam paper.

Q1: Write Short Notes on the following-

  1. Social problem with monopoly
  2. Concentration ratio
  3. Transfer and Non Transfer expenditure
  4. Pollution Haven Hypothesis

Several other topics can be asked in the exam paper which are related to Economics Services

Q2: Critically Examine the “Cost of Service Approach” in Taxation. Do You think it is feasible in democratic country like India?

Q3: “Economic planning limits the economic freedom of the individual to some extent but it does not limit it more than an unplanned market economy does.” Give your view with suitable logic on above statement.

There are 5 marks questions and 12 marks questions in the exam paper in which the candidates need to justify the answer accordingly in the assigned word limit.

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There are 20 marks questions in the exam paper in which around 250 words of word limit is subscribed. The applicants need to study in detail about the topics which are the part of syllabus for the Economics Paper 3.

Q4: “Without a proper planning method, planning would have the significantly simply of stabilizer, ironing out fluctuations. ” In the light of above statement, what prior conditions can be set forth for effective planning in a developing country like India?

Practice more questions of these kind from the below given previous papers. The questions need to be studied in the best possible way for the exam paper.


 Paper 2011 Paper 2012   Paper 2013 Paper 2014

UPSC IES General Economics Previous Papers DOWNLOAD

UPSC IES General Economics I Previous Papers DOWNLOAD

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