The syllabus for Indian Economic Service (IES) is prescribed by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Go through the article to get the syllabus for IES Exam.

Indian Economic Service Exam Syllabus

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts Indian Economic Service (IES) exam, to select the most deserving candidates for employment in the government sector. Only those candidates, who have successfully completed Post Graduate Degree from a recognized university in Economics/ Business Economics/ Applied Economics / Econometrics, are eligible to appear for Indian Economic Service exam. The Indian Economic Service (IES) examination is generally conducted in the month of November/December by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) every year, to recruit Grade IV officers for the Indian Economic Service. IES examination cover for 6 (six) papers and the syllabus for these subjects are given in the following lines
UPSC Indian Economic Service Examination Syllabus
General English
Candidates are required to write essay in English. Other questions are designed to test their understanding of English and workmanlike use of words. Passages are use to set for summary.
General Studies
G.K, Current Affairs, Social Development, Politics, Economy, Foreign Relation, Social Issues, Business Related Topics, Indian History and Geography of a nature.
General Economics-I
Welfare Economics ,Theory of Consumers Demand, Theory of Value, Theory of Production ,Theory of Distribution
Quantitative Methods in Economics (Mathematical Methods in Economics, Statistical and Econometric Methods)
General Economics-II
Global Institutions, Concept of National Income and Social Accounting, Economic Growth and Development, Financial and Capital Market, Theory of employment, Output, Inflation, Money and Finance, International Economics, Balance of Payments and Economic Thought.
General Economics-III
Environmental Economics, State, Market and Planning, Industrial Economics, Public Finance
Indian Economics

History of Development and Planning, Budgeting and Fiscal Policy, Federal Finance, Agriculture and Rural Development Strategies, Poverty, Unemployment and Human Development, India’s experience with Urbanization and Migration, Foreign Trade, Industry, Labour, Inflation , Money and Banking.

move to top