Subjects Offered

The Civil Services Examination requires every candidate to choose one optional subject for the Main Examination. It is here the candidate faces problems, as he does not know the nature of the subjects. We as a professional institute provide you an idea about the subject.


  1. General Studies

    General Studies, a compulsory paper, comprises of seven different subjects. The requisite is to have a broad general understanding of the subjects and not a special study of any particular discipline. It emphasizes on matters of everyday observation and experience, knowledge on significant national and international events, reasoning and analytical abilities.

  2. Public Administration

    Public Administration is one of the most popularly chosen optional subjects in the Civil Services Examination. It deals with the study of the manner in which the administration of a country is run.

  3. Geography

    Paper-I of Geography deals with the physical and the human aspects of the world in general. The physical aspect deals with the origin, evolution and the changes that are occurring in the Solid Earth's Crust, Atmosphere and the Oceans..

  4. History

    History, as an optional subject comprises two parts viz. Indian History and World History. History as optional subject, is not concerned with the diary of events and pains of memorizing the dates, as is generally perceived to be.

  5. Psychology

    Psychology is the study of human behavior Paper - I deals with various principles (aspects) of human behavior & mind such as learning, memory, attention and perception, emotions, motivation, intelligence, personality etc.,

  6. Sociology

    To choose Sociology as an optional subject is a very prudent choice. Sociology is the study of the society. It covers the entire gamut of society and its different aspects like culture, institutions like marriage and family and studies how societies undergo changes.


General Studies


General Studies, a compulsory paper, comprises of seven different subjects. The requisite is to have a broad general understanding of the subjects and not a special study of any particular discipline. It emphasizes on matters of everyday observation and experience, knowledge on significant national and international events, reasoning and analytical abilities.


In the Main Examination, the nature and standard of questions in the General Studies papers will be such that a well-educated person will be able to answer them without any specialized study. The questions will be such as to test a candidates general awareness of a variety of subjects, which will have relevance for a career in Civil Services. The questions are likely to test the candidates basic understanding of all relevant issues, and ability to analyze, and take a view on conflicting socio-economic goals, objectives and demands. The candidates must give relevant, meaningful and succinct answers.


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Public Administration


Public Administration is one of the most popularly chosen optional subjects in the Civil Services Examination. It deals with the study of the manner in which the administration of a country is run.








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Geography


Paper-I of Geography deals with the physical and the human aspects of the world in general. The physical aspect deals with the origin, evolution and the changes that are occurring in the Solid Earth's Crust, Atmosphere and the Oceans..








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History


History, as an optional subject comprises two parts viz. Indian History and World History. History as optional subject, is not concerned with the diary of events and pains of memorizing the dates, as is generally perceived to be.








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Psychology


Psychology is the study of human behavior Paper - I deals with various principles (aspects) of human behavior & mind such as learning, memory, attention and perception, emotions, motivation, intelligence, personality etc.,







View SyllabusReference BooksApply Online

Sociology


To choose Sociology as an optional subject is a very prudent choice. Sociology is the study of the society. It covers the entire gamut of society and its different aspects like culture, institutions like marriage and family and studies how societies undergo changes.







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