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Old Monday, February 05, 2018
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Post Subjects for CSS and PMS

Hi Everyone,

I need your comments/advice/assistance in selecting the subjects so that they can mutually overlap and minimum efforts have to put in to cover the syllabus of the second exam. In short, looking forward to a combination suiting both exams that are CSS and PMS.

My preference and major focus will be on CSS-2019.

Optional Subjects for CSS:
  • International Relations - I think I have good grip and also chose it in 2017
  • Gender Studies - Good grip and chose it in 2017
  • Punjabi - Major part of it will be covered while preparing for PMS
  • Public Ad - Major part of it will be covered while preparing for PMS
  • International Law - Chose it in 2017 and can be replaced, if got corresponding assistance from PMS.

Optional Subjects for PMS:
  • Punjabi - For sure
  • Public Ad - For sure
  • Political Science - Doubtful, and needs suggestions here.
Thanking in advance.
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Political Science is the study of government. International Relations is the study of governments. ... The International Relations major, or IR as it's commonly referred to, adds to students' analytical skill set much in the same way that a Political Science major does....
so its your right decision to choose political science for PMS
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