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Public administration Scores- CSE 2015 (Selected/Non-Selected Candidates)

As per the information 359 candidates(out of 7,077 who wrote mains with Pub admn as optional) finally got selected. All the candidates are requested to post their scores !!


  • Where is the source for this info? Seems improbable.
  • Guys, please don't believe that guy who says 300+ selections with Pub ad etc. He is clearly trolling. May be he is having intentions to push the crowd into Pub ad/Geography so that his optional is having less crowd. Such cheap politics.

    We don't have any data to come to this conclusion. Choose your optional wisely based on your ability and SWOT analysis. Kindly don't go by fictional data.
  • @forumias please moderate
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