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    I am a Civil Engineering Graduate. Which optional subjects should I choose for Mains?

    I am a Civil Engineering Graduate. Which optional subjects should I choose?
    thank you..

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    cenarocks Array
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    Re: I am a Civil Engineering Graduate. Which optional subjects should I choose for Mains?

    hi,
    it is nice that you are civil engineering graduate.

    you can civil services exam which is conducted bu upsc.
    to join upsc exam,
    *you must be graduate from a recognized university.

    *age limit is 21-30 years.


    category age relaxation number of attempt
    general 0 4
    obc 3 7
    sc/st 5 no limit

    *you must be Indian citizen

    upsc consists many optional subject.
    UPSC-Exams-Syllabus.jpg
    you must choose those subject in which you have full knowledge or your field related subject.
    i hope you understand it.

    for more;-
    http://upsc.gov.in

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    Re: I am a Civil Engineering Graduate. Which optional subjects should I choose for Mains?


    Hi Aspirant,

    After completion of civil engineering you can apply for civil service exam.

    In civil service exam you will have to choose optional subject for mains exam.

    You can choose one optional subject as civil engineering and other one subject as per your desire.

    You can choose optional subject as history. This subject will also help you to cover general study subject.

    Friend you should make decision about optional subject very carefully. Because the success of civil service exam is also depends upon optional subject.

    You can choose the two optional subjects in the list of mains exam.

    List of optional subject
    Agriculture
    Animal husbandry & vetinary science
    Anthropology
    Botany
    Chemistry
    Civil engineering
    Commerce and accountancy
    Economics
    Geography
    Indian History
    Law
    Management
    Mathematics
    Mechanical engineering
    Medical science
    Philosophy
    Physics
    Political science & international relations
    Psychology
    Sociology
    Statistics
    Zoology


    Best of Lucků
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