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    Is Electrical Engineering a tough subject if chosen for UPSC mains exam as an optional subject?

    Is Electrical Engineering a tough subject if choose for UPSC mains exam as an optional subject?
    thank u

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    Re: Is Electrical Engineering a tough subject if chosen for UPSC mains exam as an optional subject?

    Dear Candidate,

    ==== you question is quite simple

    ==== so many student thinks like that only

    ==== electrical engineering is tough subject

    ==== no it is not tough subject

    ==== if you prepare it properly you can easily get through it

    ==== so as you know the eligibility criteria for the UPSC examination

    ==== the age limit is 21-30 years

    ==== you should be atleast a graduate

    ==== after completing the pre-lim you can give mains

    ==== it is your preparation which decides whether the subject is difficult or not

    ==== the paper will not decide it so prepare well for paper every paper is simple

    ==== if you want other subject then history is great subject to appear in UPSC

    ==== thank you for asking questions

    ==== best of luck for your future

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    Re: Is Electrical Engineering a tough subject if chosen for UPSC mains exam as an optional subject?

    DEAR FRIEND ,,

    IT TOTALLY DEPENDS ON YOU IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE SUBJECT THAN IT WILL BE ESY FOR YOU BUT

    BUT IF YOU WANT TO MY MY ADVICE THAN I SUGGEST YOU THAT YOU SHOULD TAKE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AS YOUR MAIN SUBJECT ONLY WHEN IT IS YOUR GRADUATION SUBJECT ALSO BECAUSE IF IT IS YOUR GRADUATION SUBJECT
    BECAUSE YOU SHOULD
    TAKE ONLY THOSE SUBJECTS WHICH ARE YOUR GRADUATION SUBJECTS.


    BECAUSE IF YOU TAKE YOUR GRADUATION SUBJECT THAN YOU HAVE NO ANY DIFFICULTY TO WORK HARD FOR THE SAME BECAUSE YOU HAVE THE BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUBJECT.



    BUT IF YOU ARE NOT INTERESTED IN THE SUBJECT THAN YOU HAVE MANY OTHER CHOICES like.





    Management,

    Mathematics,

    Mechanical Engineering,

    Medical Science,

    Philosophy,

    Physics,

    Political Science and International Relations,

    Psychology,

    Public Administration,

    Sociology,

    Statistics,

    Zoology,

    Agriculture,

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science,

    Botany,

    Chemistry,

    Civil Engineering,

    Commerce and Accountancy,

    Economics,

    Electrical Engineering,

    Geography,

    Geology,

    History,

    Law.




    GOOD LUCK@@

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    Re: Is Electrical Engineering a tough subject if chosen for UPSC mains exam as an optional subject?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is Electrical Engineering a tough subject if choose for UPSC mains exam as an optional subject?
    thank u
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    UPSC Main Exam Optional Subjects :
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    Now you are completing the graduation in electrical electronics and engineering filed and then you don't worry i am providing the list of optional subjects are their in union public service commission examinations.

    Before that you need to remember you can chose any subjects as per your interested and their is no way to chose optional subjects.

    Generally the UPSC main exam is conducted in the month of october or november and the exam paper is divided in to following papers and they given in below.

    Exam Pattern :


    List Of Optional Subjects :


    all the best;;..

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