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sir I am working in ALLAHABAD bank as a p.o. . I want to prepare from Hindi medium . I cannot join the regular coaching classes so I want to prepare from distance learning mode . Sir. I am confused in optional subject in either Hindi literature or History which will be comfortable to me and in both of the subject which is the scoring . From self study which can be easily prepared ? which of these both subject have the small syllabus and chances of getting success is strong? I have completed my Graduation from science background but I want to opt from Arts or Humanities.

It is common to find science background candidates picking humanities subjects as optional subjects and even delivering excellent results. So, if you thinking on these lines, there is no harm.

Your decision for the optional subjects you have zeroed in also well-researched as both History and Literature of Hindi Language are very good and result producing optional subjects particularly for Hindi medium candidates.

Now, as you need to pick ‘one’ among these two, it is little tricky and would depend upon your interest and aptitude.

In the new format, presence of ‘one’ optional subject has made decision tactical and instead of success rate, size of syllabus what matters most is that how best you are able to perform in the optional subject you choose.

As you have enough time for the coming CSE 2014 examination, you should look at the syllabus of both the subjects and previous years’ question papers to understand the level and current trends and based on this take a rational decision which among these two can contribute more in accomplishing the task.

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