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    I have passed B.Sc (Che) + MA (Eng). Which optional papers should I select for Civil Services Exam?

    Hey i'v passed BSc(CHE). And pursuing MA(ENG). I do wanna to prepare 4 civil services. I m confused abt the selection of optional paper. Can any1 help me plz.


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    Re: I have passed B.Sc (Che) + MA (Eng). Which optional papers should I select for Civil Services Exam?

    hi,
    it is nice that you are post graduate student.
    you can apply upsc exam.
    to join upsc exam,-
    1-you must be graduate from a recognized university.
    2-age limit is 21-30 years.
    3-you must be Indian citizen

    upsc consists many optional subject.
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    according to my view,
    you must choose those optional subject in which you have full knowledge.
    in other words,
    your subject will be your field related subject.
    i hope you understand it.

    thank you..........
    .................

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    Re: I have passed B.Sc (Che) + MA (Eng). Which optional papers should I select for Civil Services Exam?




    Hi Aspirant,

    You have completed your graduation from B. Sc. Chemistry, so you can apply for Civil service exam.

    But the selections of optional subjects are mains problem.

    First check the 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

    Friend in this list you can choose any two subject for mains exam but here you should choose the subject very carefully.

    You should think over this subject that where you are interested and where you can do the core study of subject.

    You should also brood over that which is your well familiar and understood subject and which subject also may be helpful in other parts of exam.

    Friend after considering over these points you will get the solution of your problem.

    You can choose chemistry and English. I think these are your well known subject and you can also choose as one subject to History because this may be helpful in general studies paper.

    Therefore make a decision at optional subject very carefully.


    Best of Lucků

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