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Sir, as we know that there are four General Studies papers in CSE Mains 2013 consisting 250 numbers in each paper. I want to know that how much minimum marks is required to qualify in each paper?

When you are preparing for exam like Civil Services, you should not have any apprehension mind about issues like this.

There is no such evidence of minimum qualifying marks in each of General Studies papers.

Your aim should be to understand the related requirements and preparation should be such that you are able to amass reasonably good marks in each paper and aggregate performance helps you in accomplishing the task in style.

Now, after CS Main Exam 2013, we have seen the style and trend, take some clue from it and indulge in serious preparation that involves lot of answer-writing practice.

All the best!

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