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hi sir i'm chaithanya I'm a civil service aspirant and starting my coaching from this june actually i was confused about the optional subject.i have completed by graduation in computer science department .Do i have any technical side subjects to opt or else any other technology related subjects ? please clarify this thankyou

It is a common problem Computer Science graduates face when it comes to choice of optional subject as there is no subject that directly match with academics.

In such conditions, it is prudent to look at those subjects that have some familiarity or have interest in any particular subject.

Looking at the immediate requirements, it is prudent to look at some of the humanities stream subjects that have some syllabus overlap with General Studies syllabus.

The following article will help you in getting some insights about optional subject selection:

Selecting Optional Subject for Civil Services (Main) Examination




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