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    Am I eligible for IFoS exam this year with B.Sc (ZBC) degree as qualification? Which option should I select from the drop down list relating to 'stream in graduation' column?

    Query (UPSC 2013) regarding selecting stream of graduation with BSc (ZBC) Degree.

    i have a query regarding UPSC 2013 form filling . they are asking about stream in graduation and the options for B.Sc (zoology,botany,chemistry)the regular program in which i hold my degree.is not mentioned.i do not have an honors degree in any of the three and regular degree is not given in the drop down list. only these applicable streams rare given in the drop down list.
    kindly guide about the same.which should be selected from the given four.
    1-bsc (zoology)
    2-bsc (chemistry)
    3-bsc (Botany)
    4-others

    Am i eligible for IFoS 2013?

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    Re: Am I eligible for IFoS exam this year with B.Sc (ZBC) degree as qualification? Which option should I select from the drop down list relating to 'stream in graduation' column?

    Dear for your kind information that you are absolutely right at your stage and the same will follow in the application form but as you have mentioned the combination of the subjects of graduation - ZBC - Zoology, Botany and Chemistry so I would like to say that most of the universities in India provide these subjects with different combination name that is - CBZ - Chemistry, Botany and Zoology that is why this graduation will be called as B.Sc Plain means there is no vocational or professional subject taken with these subjects and if you has completed your B.Sc with any one of the - Microbiology/ Industrial Microbiology/ Biochemistry/ Bio-Technology/ Seed Technology etc. then that subject will be called your specialization subject at degree level but there will be only two subjects out of three that you have mentioned with one major specialization means any two of the - Chemistry & Botany + Vocational Subject or Chemistry & Zoology + Vocational Subject or Zoology & Botany + Vocational Subject so this will be called B.Sc Plain subjects

    If you think about Honors then it is not under the honors because no subject is major or specialized under these three but your B.Sc can be considered, B.Sc in Biology under Science Group because all these three subjects - Chemistry, Botany and Zoology are the major subjects and part of Biology and Biology is the combination of these subjects so this degree will be called B.Sc in Biology and if there is any option in the drop down list then you can fill your application form because this is the exact solution and will never fail at any stage and if there is no option as B.Sc in Biology then you must opt - B.Sc - Others so your application will be accepted and your candidature will be concerned legal to appear for examination and be continue in selection procedure

    All the best

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