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hello sir.. can i take physics in english language and hindi in UPSC exm...

Answered Yes, you can opt for any subject from the given list as one optional with English Medium and can chose Literature of the language as second optional subject.

Wud like to ask about relevance of coaching for General Studies in today's changing environment....

Answered Situation is 'Glass half empty or half filled' Looking at the recent trends, many a candidates have raised doubts about relevance of coaching. The examination is getting more innovative and creative

There is a lot of talk about the CSAT... Can you tell me in detail more about CSAT?...

Answered Your question will get answer only when UPSC speaks about the implementation of C-SAT. Till then, keep preparing with Mains Examination focus as whatever changes are talked about relate to Preli

I have two questions: 1. I am an MBA, and I want to opt for Management as one of my optionals. I have studied the syllabus and previous years' question papers and I find myself at ease with the con...

Answered As per the latest data available, Management has a very high Success rate of 18.8% in Civil Services Examination 2007. Only 3 candidates with Management were recommended for selection out of 16 appea

I am an B.COM student. I have been a good student through out but academic record has been average because non serious preparation for exam. But I like to work hard & Last 1 year my preparation going...

Answered It is nice to know you have set goal for yourself. Good academic record certainly show better result trends but, Civil Services Examination is a little different from your academic studies. Every yea

When can I expect IAS prelims - 2010 results and which site...

Answered You can expect Prelims results by Mid-August. Log on to http://www.upsc.gov.in for Prelims results.

i want to know how much is scaling in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering in Mains Exam . Is the extent of scaling is less or more as compared to humanities subject....

Answered Well, this is an issue which UPSC always keep close to heart. Nothing can be said as UPSC never disclose Scaling Pattern.

Tell me about a good coaching institute where coaching for medical sciences as an optional subject for ias is given...

Answered Not a many candidates appear with Medical Sciences as optional subject. In Civil Services (Mains) Examination 2007 only 69 candidates appeared with Medical Sciences as optional. 11 of them got re

What is the right strategy for preparation of mains with optional as mechanical and sociology for 2011. what is the success rate with these two optional. Please guide me....

Answered A glance at Civil Services (Mains) Examination 2007 reveal that 96 candidates were recommend out of 1092 candidates appeared with Sociology as one optional Subject. The Success Rate for Sociology was

I am an Electronics Engineering final year student. I want to go for ias but i dont want to take any of the engineering subjects i want to take subjects like pub.ad,geography,pol science sociology,phi...

Answered Well, you are not the only one who is thinking so. Many candidates with Engineering and Medical Sciences background, opt for Humanities subjects. Look at this year's topper Shah Faesal (CSE 09 R

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