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I'm engineering student, which optional paper can I choose for mains, suggest me

Asked 2018-10-15 11:47:30 by sha faisal

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Best optional subjects options to choose for engineer aspirants are Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.

If I'm a student of B.Sc but have an interest in Indian Polity, should I choose Polity as an optional subject in the UPSC exam?

Asked 2018-10-13 16:52:08 by Sahil Bhna

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If you have an interest in Indian Polity and you think you can study the subject thoroughly, then you should definitely choose it as the optional subject in the UPSC exam. You can study the book by M Laxmikanth to prepare for the subject.

I've done B.Tech in chemical engineering. Is chemistry a good choice for UPSC optional?

Asked 2018-10-13 01:40:03 by Ayush Agarwal

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Chemistry is one of the subjects of Chemical Engineering. If you have an interest in studying the subject further in depth, you can choose it as your optional subject in the UPSC exam. Choosing an optional subject is critical but it is advised to choose a subject that is related to your academic field.

If I'll choose history, then the question paper will be provided in English or in any other language?

Asked 2018-10-12 20:01:03 by VEERENDRA G

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If you opt for History as your optional subject, and you don't want to select any specific language other than English and Hindi for Main, then the question Paper will only be provided in these two above mentioned languages.

Which optional subject should I choose in the IAS exam? I am pursuing Aeronautical Engineering.

Asked 2018-10-12 14:45:26 by vishnu b s

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If you're still studying Aeronautical Engineering, then you should choose a subject related to the engineering stream as an optional for the UPSC exam. Some of the optional subjects related to engineering are civil engineering and electrical engineering.

How to practice answer writing for UPSC?

Asked 2018-10-12 11:54:11 by NeelakantaM Nagarjuna

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To practice answer writing for the UPSC exam, follow these simple steps: (1) Underline the keywords, (2) Try to write short sentences, (3) Solve mocks to write answers in the allotted time, (4) Write a gist and summary of your answer in the last paragraph, and (5) Write simple and clear answers.

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