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I am working in a Public Sector Bank. So, I have less time to prepare. Can you suggest me which optional is best for me that have similarities with the General Studies paper. I am from engineering background.

The rules of the game have changed and earlier picking one optional subject that used to render some help in General studies played strategic role.

But, with one optional subject now and magnitude of General Studies going up, you need to recognize the background that calls for an absolutely fresh approach while selecting optional subject.

We suggest, you should indulge in serious preparation for General Studies and all being well, you will find a subject that can be picked as optional subject.

The following articles would get you some insights about optional subject selection:

Optional Subject Selection: Will Overlap with General Studies Syllabus help?

Choosing optional Subject

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