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I am Mohit sharma healing from Haryana; I did my B.Tech in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. But, I have not as much smart knowledge as IAS requires. So, instead of EE subject, please suggest which subject should I select? I am in deep confusion.....

In the beginning, most of the candidates are in similar situation and look for answers of such questions.

Being an Engineer, while taking up this task, knowledge may not pose problem; but, yes, smart work and a sound preparation strategy is needed to crack this examination.

If you are not comfortable with your own subject (Electrical & Electronics Engineering), you will have to do little exercise to figure out a suitable optional subject that can help you secure reasonably good marks.

The following article will get you some insights about selection of optional subject:

Optional Subject Selection


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