CGPSC Prelims Analysis 2022: Question Asked, Attempts, Review, Expected Cut Off

CGPSC Prelims Analysis 2022: Question Asked, Attempts, Review, Expected Cut Off

ByArpit Kumar Jain  |  Updated on: Feb 13, 2022Get detailed CGPSC Exam analysis for the prelims exam 2022. BYJU'S Exam Prep exam experts analyse the CGPSC prelims question paper and provide difficulty level, questions asked and more.
Get detailed CGPSC Exam analysis for the prelims exam 2022. BYJU'S Exam Prep exam experts analyse the CGPSC prelims question paper and provide difficulty level, questions asked and more.
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CGPSC Exam Analysis 2022: CGSPC has successfully conducted the CGPSC Prelims Exam on 13 February 2022. BYJU'S Exam Prep Experts have provided detailed CGPSC Exam Analysis 2022 in this post below for Paper 1 & Paper 2. The CGPSC Prelims exam has been conducted in two shifts: Shift 1 (10 AM-12 PM)- GS Paper & Shift 2 (3 PM- 5 PM)- Aptitude Test.

Candidates who have appeared for the exam must check the CGPSC question paper analysis in detail to analyse and check their performance, students who are preparing for further attempts must learn from the analysis and plan the preparation accordingly. The BYJU'S Exam Prep CGPSC Exam Analysis 2022 shall include the following details:

  • CGPSC Question Paper Analysis: Subject & Topic Wise
  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • CGSPC Question Paper pdf 
  • CGPSC Answer key
  • Expected cutoff 
  • Topics asked under various sections. 

CGPSC Exam Analysis 2022 (Prelims): Highlights

CGPSC will conduct the Chhattisgarh PCS prelims exam 2022 in two shifts. The CGPSC Prelims Paper-1 consists of 100 multiple choice type questions including 50 Questions from India GK and the remaining 50 Questions from Chhattisgarh GK.

  • There is a negative marking of 1/3rd marks for every incorrect answer.
  • Each paper will be held for 2 hours. 
  • Minimum Qualifying Marks for the unreserved category will be 33% and 23% for reserved categories and disabled candidates

CGPSC Prelims Question Paper Pattern 2022

Papers

No of Questions

Max. Marks

GS Paper 1 (General Studies)

100

200

GS Paper 2 (Aptitude Test)

100

200

Those who qualify for the CGPSC Preliminary Examination will be allowed to appear for the Main, the next stage of the examination of the CGPSC 2022 recruitment process.

CGPSC Question Paper Analysis: Subject & Topic Wise

The CGPSC GS Paper 1 is conducted in two parts:

  • Part A (General Studies)
  • Part B (General Knowledge of Chhattisgarh).

The Subject-wise analysis for the Question paper is given below

CGPSC Prelims Analysis 2022: GS Paper 1- Part A (General Studies)

Check out the subject wise paper analysis for CGPSC Prelims Exam 2022.

The GS Paper I is conducted in two parts: Part A (General Studies) and Part B (General Knowledge of Chhattisgarh). The Subject-wise analysis for the Question paper is as follows:

 

Subject

No. of Questions

Difficulty Level

History of India and Indian National Movement

14

Easy to Moderate

Physical, Social and Economic Geography of India & World

8

Easy to Moderate

Constitution of India and the Indian Polity

18

Moderate

Indian Economy

8

Moderate

General Science and Technology

5

Easy to Moderate

Indian Philosophy, Art, Literature and Culture

5

Easy to Moderate

Current Affairs and Sports

14

Easy to Moderate

Hindi

6

Moderate

Chhattisgarh Special

22

Easy to Tough

CGPSC Question Paper 2 Analysis Subject Wise

The CGPSC Paper 2 analysis is given below in the table for all the subjects.

SubjectNumber of Questions
Hindi18
Chhattisgarh Special18
Reasoning25
Quant39

CGPSC Analysis- Expected Prelims Cutoff 2022

Here we have shared the expected CGPSC State Services Cut Off 2022. The variables that most influence the cut off are:

  • Number of Posts
  • Number of Candidates appeared for the exam
  • Level of the Exam

Exam

No. of Posts

No. of Students Appeared

Cut Off

CGPSC 2022

171

To be updated

To be updated

CGPSC 2021

143

approx 30000

125-130

CGPSC 2018-19

273

25000- 30000

128

 

CGPSC Previous Year Question Paper Analysis

Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission (CGPSC) has conducted the State Service Prelims Examination 2020 on 9th February 2020 across all allotted centres across Chhattisgarh. The level of the Prelims Question Paper was Difficult this time as compared to CGPSC previous year prelims exam. The GS Paper 1 is conducted in two parts: Part A (General Studies) and Part B (General Knowledge of Chhattisgarh).

The CGPSC Subject-wise analysis for the question paper is as follows:

CGPSC Exam Analysis - Part A (General Studies)

Subject

No. of Questions

Difficulty Level

  • History of India and Indian National Movement

6

Moderate

  • Physical, Social and Economic Geography of India & World

5

Easy

  • Constitution of India and the Indian Polity

12

Easy

  • Indian Economy

2

Moderate

  • General Science and Technology

6

Easy

  • Indian Philosophy, Art, Literature and Culture

7

Moderate

  • Current Affairs and Sports

7

Moderate

  • Environment

6

Moderate

CGPSC Exam Analysis - Part B (General Knowledge of Chhattisgarh)

Subject

No. of Questions

Difficulty Level

  • History of Chhattisgarh and Contribution of Chhattisgarh in the Freedom Movement

8

Difficult
  • Geography, Climate, Physical Status, Census, archaeological and Tourist Centers of Chhattisgarh

13

Moderate

  • Literature, Music, Dance, Art and Culture, Idioms and Proverbs, Puzzle/riddle, singing of Chhattisgarh

9

Difficult

  • Economy, Forest and Agriculture of Chhattisgarh

6

Moderate

  • Administrative Structure, Local Government and Panchayati raj of Chhattisgarh

7

Moderate

  • Industry in Chhattisgarh, Energy, Water and Mineral resources of Chhattisgarh

3

Moderate

  • Current affairs of Chhattisgarh

2

Moderate

  • Knowledge of Hindi Language, including Chhattisgarhi language

1

Difficult

CGPSC Analysis FAQs

  • As per the CGPSCC prelims analysis 2022, the difficulty level of the both the papers will be shared here. 

  • The CGPSC prelims analysis 2022 shall include details about the difficulty level of both the papers, topic-wise weightage , number of questions asked, expected cutoff and more