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I did my schooling in CBSE medium. Marks are as below 10th 89.2% 12th 73% I did B.Tech from UPTU and passed out in 2012 batch Marks 76% (Branch-IT) After that I joined IT MNC and working in it from last 18 months. I want to prepare for CSE but unable to understand what to take in optional subject. I have read several articles on internet regarding this unable to understand what suits me. Please help me in this.

In the present set-up, Optional Subject selection is not that difficult. But, for candidates like you, it is little tricky as there is no optional subject available that directly match with your academics.

However, Optional Subject selection is not that challenging once you commence serious preparation.

The syllabus for General Studies at both Prelims as well as Main Examination involve many themes from diverse disciplines that gives you a feel about subject that may be picked as optional subject.

The following article would help you in getting some insights about Optional Subject selection:

Optional Subject Selection

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