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    When will UPSC conduct its exam in 2013? What is the eligibility criteria for choosing mathematics and statistics as optional subjects? Can these subjects help me in scoring good marks?

    in which month the application forms be filled up and in which month uppcs exam be held , what is criteria for choosing mathematics and statistics as the optional subjects ? can these subjects can help me in scoring good marks or not? plz tell me.........

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    Re: When will UPSC conduct its exam in 2013? What is the eligibility criteria for choosing mathematics and statistics as optional subjects? Can these subjects help me in scoring good marks?

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    in which month the application forms be filled up and in which month uppcs exam be held , what is criteria for choosing mathematics and statistics as the optional subjects ? can these subjects can help me in scoring good marks or not? plz tell me.........
    Dear Friend,

    Next UPSC Civil Services examination notice will be out in the month of January to April.
    So you should keep yourself informed for the upcoming notification.

    You cannot choose the Mathematics and Statistics subject combination.
    There are certain combinations of optional subjects which UPSC does not allow.
    Following is the list of subjects which UPSC does not allow for combination:

    >Political Science & International Relations and Public Administration
    >Commerce & Accountancy and Management
    >Anthropology and Sociology
    >Mathematics and Statistics
    >Agriculture and Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
    >Management and Public Administration
    >Of the Engineering subjects, viz., Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering–not more than one subject
    >Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science and Medical Science

    So as you can see Mathematics and Statistics subject is mentioned in the list so you cannot opt for that combination.
    You have to either chose Maths or Stats and choose some other optional subject for preparing UPSC examination.
    Mathematical problems will be mostly of school level.
    So if you were good in maths in your school days than I guess you can manage this subject.
    Maths is very scoring subject but you need to do a lot of practice for it.

    Hope it guides you well.

    All the best.

    Regards.

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    Re: When will UPSC conduct its exam in 2013? What is the eligibility criteria for choosing mathematics and statistics as optional subjects? Can these subjects help me in scoring good marks?



    Hi Aspirant,

    UPSC organizes the civil Service exam every year at the national level for the following post in Central government.

    IAS (Indian Administrative Service)

    IPS (Indian Police Service)

    IRS (Indian Revenue Service)


    The competition for the CS exam will be quite tough because lots of candidates take part in this exam across the year.

    Important dates of Civil exam
    Notification Date
    2/2/2012
    Last date of application
    4/3/2012
    Prelims exam date
    19/5/2012
    Mains exam date
    8/11/2012
    Educational qualification for Civil exam
    You must be graduated in any stream from recognized university or its equivalent.
    UPSC allows the candidates to apply for civil exam who are appearing in final year of graduation.
    There is no restriction of marks in Civil exam.
    Age qualification for Civil exam
    You must be in age of 21 to 30 years.
    Age relaxation
    SC/ST + 5 years
    OBC + 3 years
    Citizenship
    You should be Indian or
    A subject of Nepal or
    A subject of Bhutan

    As you are choosing math and statistical as optional subject.

    So definitely if you do preparation with dedication and concentration you can score good in Civil mains exam.

    Actually friend all thing is depend at your preparation. If you work hardly in right direction under experienced faculty. You will get success soon.

    So work hard and it is only single key of success, there is no shortcut.

    For more info visit http://upsc.gov.in


    Best of Luck…

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