UPSC Engineering Services Exam Structure and Vacancies

Indian Engineering Services (IES) is considered as the most respected career option available for B.Tech or BE Graduates in India. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) recruits candidates for IES through an all India level combined competitive examination popular as Engineering Services Examination (ESE). The recruitment will be carried as per vacancies requirement which UPSC receives from various departments of Govt. of India. Recruitment will be done in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering branches. Important eligibility for UPSC ESE is B.Tech in respective branches / allied branches and equivalent qualifications.

ESE is considered as one of the toughest examination in India. candidates need excellent preparation plan to crack this exam. Following is the scheme and structure of ESE. The examination will have two sections with objective and conventional papers. Here is the scheme of the examination:

Marks and Scheme of UPSC - ESE :

General Ability Test

(Part A: General English)

(Part B: General Studies)

2 Hrs

200

Objective Paper I

2Hrs

200

Objective Paper II

2Hrs

200

Conventional Paper I

3Hrs

200

Conventional Paper II

3Hrs

200

Personality Test

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200

Total

1200

ESE 2012 Total Vacancies : 560 (Branch-wise details not available yet)

ESE Vacancies from 2007 - 2012:

 

Year

Civil

Mech.

Elect.

EC.

Total

2007

168

87

45

52

352

2008

160

174

68

80

482

2009

205

130

59

75

469

2010

199

158

117

183

657

2011

269

169

125

182

745

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