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Posted: 27 Sep 2013 06:11 AM PDT
Spotlight/News Analysis (26 September):
Posted: 27 Sep 2013 06:04 AM PDT
'No immediate threat to India from Ug99 wheat rust'
Posted: 27 Sep 2013 05:58 AM PDT
Nuclear deterrence is overrated
Posted: 27 Sep 2013 05:55 AM PDT
GAAR rules notified
Posted: 27 Sep 2013 05:40 AM PDT
For the people who are going to write the mains exam this year , you need to pull up your socks and gear up for what's coming next!!! Even though there has been a huge gap between preliminary examination and Mains examination this year (given that the mains exam is starting from December 1st 2013); there is a factor of uncertainty entangled with the process of preparation, thanks to the whole new pattern of Civil Services Main Exam.
The Main exam will consist of the following papers :- Essay, Modern Indian Language, English, General Studies-I, General Studies-II, General Studies-III, General Studies-IV, Optional Subject Paper –I, Optional Subject Paper –II. The importance laid on General Studies paper is evident with a total of 1000 marks being allotted to it. But this does not mean optional paper can be ignored.
Optional paper may be reduced from 2 to 1, but it also lays greater importance on the 250 marks now. Say a person who scores in the range of 180-200, has a better scope of clearing the exam than someone who scores in the range of 100-150. While deciding for Optional paper always try and avoid herd behavior, it will lead you to nowhere; instead choose a subject that interests you and you can easily relate to. It will be helpful in the long run, no matter that it is not the subject you studied in your graduation days. You have to be comfortable enough to deal with various tricky questions that come down on your way.
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