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Sir, I am a B.Tech Electrical final year student. What is the best method to choose optional subject for CSE?

With new format for Civil services (Main) Examination in place, UPSC has made the things simple as now, candidate needs to pick only ‘One’ optional subject.

In such a scenario, it would be prudent to consider your own subject or any subject that is part of your academics. Look at the syllabus and previous years’ papers and judge if it is manageable.

As has been witnessed in the past, majority of engineering/medical background candidates were making cross-domain shift and preferred to pick a new subject leaving their own subjects.

As some candidates get influenced by the trends, thus you face the challenge to pick the suitable subject that can render help in success.

Choosing optional subject

The following article relates to the candidates like you and would get you some insights. Although, it is little old but would provide you some ideas related to the query you have raised:

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