2015 is the awesome year to get a government Job

If you are still having dream of getting a government, 2015 is the perfect year for you. There are plenty of jobs coming up for you. This article will be based on the upcoming exams in 2015 and includes guide on how to prepare for the exam. There will be at least 5o,000 plus vacancies available in this year. Grab your dream job this year. Start your preparation today and all the best !!!


Exam Name Notification date Exam date
Combined Civil Service Examination-II
(Group-II Interview Posts)Vacancies :908
3rd week of February 2015 10.05.2015(Prelims)26.09.2015(Mains)23.05.2015
 Combined Civil Service Examination-III (Group-IIIA) (Interview Posts) Vacancies: 25 1st week of march 17.05.2015
IES and Geologist’s exam  07.02.2015  23.05.2015
Rectt.of SI in CAPFs, ASI in CISF and SI
in Delhi Police Examination -2015
28.02.2015 24.05.2015
 14.03.2015 12.06.2015
Combined Graduate Level (Tier-I)
Examination- 2015
14.03.2015 14.06.2015
and 21.06.2015
 TNPSC Group 1 First week of April, 2015 05.07.2015
 Combined Higher secondary Level exam(10+2) 11.04.2015 12.07.2015
 TNPSC Group 2-A Second week of May, 2015 16.08.2015
 CSP 16.05.2015 23.06.2015
 Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical &
Mechanical) Examination – 2015
29.03.2015 30.08.2015
 IBPS RRB CWE for Officers Scale I,II and III and Office assistants July 2015 05.09.2015, 06.09.2015, 12.09.2015, 13.09.2015, 19.09.2015,
20.09.2015, 26.09.2015 & 27.09.2015
 Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’
Examination – 2015
09.05.2015 06.09.2015
 IBPS PO/MT August, 2015 03.10.2015, 04.10.2015, 10.10.2015 &11.10.2015(Prelims)31.10.2015(Mains)
 TNPSC VAO 1st week of July, 2015 04.10.2015
 Multi Tasking (Non –Technical) Staff
Examination – 2015
01.08.2015 08.11.2015
 TNPSC Group 4 1st week of August, 2015 15.11.2015
 IFS mains From 21-11-2015
 IBPS clerk October,2015 05.12.2015, 06.12.2015, 12.12.2015, 13.12.2015,
19.12.2015 & 20.12.2015(Prelims)03.01.2016(Mains)
 Civil service Mains 16.05.2015 From 18-12-2015
 IBPS Specialist officer November,2015 30.01.2016 & 31.01.2016

Note: All dates are tentative and above time table gives you idea of the important upcoming exams. SBI PO and clerk exam schedule is not yet out. As soon as they are out, we will update them.

Preparation guides and study plan:

1.Civil service guide

2. Civil service study plan

3. Civil service suggested books and preparation tips

4.Group 1 suggested books and preparation tips

5.Group 2 suggested books and preparation tips

6.Group 4 suggested books and preparation tips

7. How to prepare for any banking exam

8. SBI clerical cadre Guide

Previous question papers:

1. UPSC question papers collection

2. TNPSC group 1 question papers

3.TNPSC group 2 and 2A question papers

4.TNPSC group 4 question papers

5. TNPSC VAO question papers

Free books for civil service and Group 1 in PDF format

More guides , question paper collection and study plan will be updated. Stay tuned!!!


Study plan for civil service exam preparation


Roughly ,only 6 months are left for civil service preliminary exam,2015. So, if you are really determined to crack civil service exam, you should start preparation from today. Trust me!!! 120 days are enough to crack civil service preliminary exam. There are two main parts of preparation 1. Static 2. Current Affairs

Static subjects include concepts of polity, concepts of economics, history,General science, aptitude, Reasoning and Reading comprehension.  You should have deep knowledge on current trends in polity, international relations, economic development, social development, environmental issues, development in science and technology and any other news that draws national and international attention. Maintain notes for the current affairs and research the topic by yourself.

Time Management: Allocate at least 42 hours a week or 6 hours a day. If you are working, you may find it difficult to allocate time daily. I would suggest the working person to allocate time on weekly manner. Allocate 25% of the time to the current affairs note making process. Allocate another 15% of time to research major issues that happened during the week. Allocate remaining 60% of the time to study static portion. Try to relate static concepts with ongoing issues. This will help you to allocate time for both static and current affairs section without any problem.


  • Think of various time options. Somebody may find it easy to read during early morning while others not. So, find your optimum time to read.
  • Think of a flexible time plan. Don’t force yourself to complete unrealistic target in a short time.
  • Take short breaks of 4-5 minutes every 40 minute.

Study plan for civil service exam preparation,2015:

  • Start with polity and economics. You can finish it within 3 weeks. Lakshimikanth and Ramesh Singh book is enough. If you don’t understand any basic concepts, please refer NCERT book. I assume that you start preparing by today(11.01.2014), so you can complete polity and economics by this month
  • You can easily complete the basic concepts of environment within 2 weeks. I will complete all the articles relating to environment within February 10 so that you can freely complete them by February 15.
  • Study History ,Indian culture and geography at the same time. You can complete them by March end. John kelly and Bipin Chandra book is recommended for History while Majjid Hussain book is recommended for Geography.
  • Complete general science by April 20. For general science NCERT books are enough and refer old question papers.
  • Take one month to practice aptitude, Reasoning and RC questions. So your deadline for completing them is May 20.
  • Revision period: May 20- May 30. Revise all the things that you have learnt in the above period.
  • Study Concepts of ethics for GS4 paper by June 15
  • Testing period: June 16-June 31. Do SWOT analysis . Review your strengths, weakness, Opportunity and strength in cracking civil service preparation by taking at least two mock tests during this period.. If you are not satisfied with the analysis,increase your momentum by correcting your weakness.
  • Review the top events that happened during the half year that is from January 1 to  June 30 for 15 day and research the most important topic.
  • Fill the weakness by learning new stuffs related to static portion. Allocate 15 days for this period. So July 31st is the deadline for learning new stuffs. So after this period, never study any new stuff in static portion for the preliminary exam.
  • Final revision and mock test practice: August month.
  • Never stop updating yourself as main exam is mainly concerned with current affairs. Study world history and revise Indian history and Indian culture by September end.
  • Revise polity and review news related to GS2 paper from October 1 to October 15.
  • Revise concepts of environment and review news related to GS2 paper from October 15 to October 31.
  • You can study everything related to your Optional subject by 20th November, Provided that you have specialization in the optional subject or you know the basics of the subject.
  • Remaining time: Revision period