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Really?? I mean, seriously?? I am starting to have second thoughts regarding selection of this subject then, even thoigh i have prepared it..

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Yeah, it is a difficult and general one. Won't fetch good score. Though if you are feeling good at it, can go for it.
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Yeah, it is a difficult and general one. Won't fetch good score. Though if you are feeling good at it, can go for it.
Wohh!! So now i am short of 2 subjects. First town planning and now environmental science.. i guess i am compelled to opt IR then, have tried my best to avoid it till now..

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Town planning is better.
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Town planning is better.
I have found it more tough than environmental science and have found IR & Criminology very interesting. Just a little sceptical regarding scoring potential of IR as a lot of aspirants are opting it.

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One could find these topics easily from internet but my question remains the same: as per i have studied, these topic are not justified by syllabus i-e ecofeminism, genetic pollution etc. There were no theories mentioned in the syllabus or even anything relating to 'genetic' or 'feminism'. If I am wrong, could you mention the topics please. Thanks

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Sir,you're not only right,but also absolutely right. That's the incompetency of FPSC, sorry to say syllabus was arranged haphazardly and a paper setter was the one who thoroughly knows the Environmental sciences along with its practical application.
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I had studied these books,2years earlier at the request of my friend. Believe me I have been through the syllabus thoroughly right now and I found it junkie stuff. Have you seen that I had mentioned "Critical geography" don't you think so it looks awkward ,that in ES we are studying geography. At this point I do agree with exclusively that Fpsc is searching for Mphils.
But a new point that even the expertise of many failed to stand itself is a big question mark on our system of education.Story gets too long.
So I'd suggest for upcoming aspirants to go for ES if your concepts are very strong,yup it could be advantageous for those who have strong background of Geo+ir+global capitalist fraud.
(My point of view about paper: well balanced paper with a good idea to search out the best out of ones mind,instead of making the students fail on the basis of slaughtering trend,that'd be a good idea)
But anyway I am still satisfy with FPSCs syllabus revision criteria.Because now there is no place for rote learning, and that CSS is not a joke but a serious business.
At least luck factor could be reduced periodically.
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Any authentic book of ES?
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Any authentic book of ES?
ES is too voluminous that according to me,it is a younger sister of International relations.With each passing it is attaining the prime importance.Because Global climate change and global warming is now becoming a reality.
Regarding my experience,I had studied 12+odd books.
In simple words,you can't cover the whole syllabus within just one book,even in 2 or 3.You need more than these.
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The paper doesn‘t seem that much difficult or unexpected.All questions,except Q.4,are directly from the syllabus outline provided by fpsc.Q.3 on environmental implications of demographic factors is from the topic ‘environmental geography‘ in section 3 of syllabus.Demography seems some frequent term of Geography.Apart from this,option ‘b’ from Q.8 seems to be not in syllabus apparently,but in that question too,all 5 other options are from the syllabus and one has to attempt just four options out of the mentioned 6 options of topics in Q.8.
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It is closely related to geography i think geography could help more than I R
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