The doctors/medical background candidate’s first consideration is their own stream of subject available (Medical Sciences, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Sciences). Only those, who have confidence and excellent command over subject, go ahead to select one as optional subjects.
List of candidates with Medical Science among top100 in list of successful candidates in CSE 2010
|Name||Second Optional Subject
|25||V Jayachandra Bhanu Reddy||Anthropology|
|48||Aneesh Shekhar S||Public Administration|
|63||Vijaykumar J||Public Administration|
|71||Lakshmianan S||Literature of Malayalam Language|
|72||Chaudhari Abhijeet Vishvanath||Political Science & International Relations|
List of candidates with Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Sciences among top100 in list of successful candidates in CSE 2010
|Name||Second Optional Subject|
|10||Alok Ranjan Ghosh||Zoology|
Next, these candidates look for science subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology for which they have aptitude and have studies in past.
But, in past decade, the overall performance of Science/engineering/medical subjects has not been worth mentioning. Many capable and smart candidates make cross-domain shift and go for humanities subjects/literature of languages to make equilibrium in effort and consequence.
The overall performance of Medical graduates and with higher studies has been very good. Most of them achieved success not with their own subjects but with humanities subjects/literature of languages as they were able to deal with new subjects efficiently and were able to prove better than many other candidates from that stream.