Indian Economic Service - Indian Statistical Service

The Indian Statistical Service (ISS) is a civil service with high degree of proficiency in Statistical methods and applications.With the main mandate of producing quality Official Statistics with better methods and techniques, provide solutions to the data and information needs and interpretation and analysis of statistics, a majority portion of the probationary training programme is to be devoted to acquiring of technical knowledge in the field of official statistics, economics, financial statistics, survey methodology etc.

The Indian Economic Service is the administrative inter-ministerial and inter-departmental civil service  It is a highly specialised and professional service within the government of India catering to economic analysis and policy advice

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IES-ISS Exam Date – 16th July, 2021

General English-100 Marks-General Studies-100 Marks-General Economics-I-200 Marks-General Economics-II-200 Marks-General Economics-III-200 Marks-Indian Economics-200 Marks

Stage I-Part I – Written examination carrying a maximum of 1000 marks-Stage II-Part II – Viva voce carried out by the Commission for a maximum of 200 marks

IES – ISS Exam Fee – Rs. 200/-
Female/SC/ST/Persons with Benchmark Disability Candidates are exempted from paying the exam fee.

Nationality-Age Limits-Relaxation-Educational Qualification-Physical Standard

Indian Economic Service – 15 Vacancies
Indian Statistical Service – 11 Vacancies

first-apply-first allot basis-SHIMLA-SHILLONG-JAIPUR-LUCKNOW

Articles permitted inside Examination Hall-Tables to be supplied by UPSC-communications to the Commission should contain Name and year of Examination-Registration I.D. (RID) Number

Online Applications can be filled up to 27th April, 2021-Withdrawal of Application till 10th May, 2021

Operations Research and Reliability-Demography and Vital Statistics-Survival Analysis and Clinical Trial-Quality Control-Multivariate Analysis

Sampling Techniques-Econometrics-Applied Statistics

Linear Models-Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing

Probability-Statistical Methods-Numerical Analysis-Computer application and Data Processing

History of development and planning-Federal Finance-Budgeting and Fiscal Policy-Poverty, Unemployment and Human Development

Public Finance-Environmental Economics-Industrial Economics-State, Market and Planning

Economic Thought-Concept of National Income and Social Accounting-Financial and Capital Market-Economic Growth and Development

Theory of Consumer’s Demand-Theory of Production-Theory of Value-Mathematical Methods in Economics