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How is Public Administration as an optional today?

Are there any takers of this optional left? Why marks were so low and commonly called by plebeians, 'butchering' was done? Is it advisable to opt for this optional now? I am comfortable with it as I have given mains in past with this and scored decent. I checked last year marks, scores were near 250+ average,some e en crossing 300 too. People are telling lot of scary stories about some 'hidden secret syllabus' . Is it true? Please someone share that if anyone if you have it.

What should be the strategy to score 300+ ? I am out of touch with it from last few years.
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