i had done B.TECH in biotech then i copleted my master deegre in MBA. now i want to prepare for the UPSC XAM and i m confused for subject

what subject i hav to choose for the mains exam of UPSC... as i had done b.tech in biotech... and MBA

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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-30 14:21:48
    Hi Priyanka,The most important thing which you need to keep in mind while choosing the subjects for Civil service examination is that you should have a strong hold on the fundamentals of those subjects and the subjects with which you are most comfortable as that will help you in your preparation to a great extent. There are few combinations which are not allowed to be taken which are:Political Science & International relations and Public AdministrationCommerce & Accountancy and ManagementAnthropology and SociologyMathematics and StatisticsAgriculture and Animal Husbandry & Veterinary ScienceManagement and Public AdministrationAny two branches... view more
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    Prashant Chauhan | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-29 09:30:05
    You have to check out your interest means which sub you liked most and understand concepts easily. There are some sub those are compulsory with prelims as history, these sub will be beneficial with some extra efforts otherwise while choosing a new subject you have to work hard for preparation.
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    Nirmal Bhagat | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-29 09:27:22
    You can opt for Public Administrataion, Geography or chemistry.
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    Jitendra Kumar Sahu

    2011-09-29 02:23:17
    Hi Priyanka do not be confused for sub. just go through the books u can find interesting sub. It depends on yr sub. Also but mostly people go with History& geography. these two always give result. you can also check history of them those have been selected in this exam

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