UPSC has recently issued a notification stating Engineering Services Examination. Candidates meeting the required eligibility may apply for ESE exam within given time. UPSC conducts this test to recruit candidates for various vacancies in various services. Aspirants who are aspiring to crack this test are advised to refer the following where we are highlighting UPSC Engineering Services Exam Syllabus and Pattern. Job hunters who are preparing for UPSC IES Exam can download the following syllabus and prepare for the test accordingly.
UPSC India Engineering Services Exam Eligibility Criteria
Qualification: Engineering Degree in Civil, Mech, Electronics, Telecommunications, Electrical Engg
Age Limit: 21 to 30 years
Only eligible candidates who are interested should apply and appear for the examination. Here below we are describing here selection process, exam pattern and syllabus clearly. Please go through this page until the end to know more details
UPSC ESE Selection Process:
Applicants will be selected for notified vacancies based on the performance in written test and interview. Written test is nothing but Indian Engineering Services Exam. Desiring candidates who wish to apply for this test can apply in online mode. Candidates with minimum marks in the test are eligible to attend the interview. Final selection will be made on the basis of interview and marks obtained in the test.
UPSC will conduct this test to recruit capable candidates for Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering jobs. Below we are highlighting UPSC Engineering Services Exam Pattern & Syllabus 2016. All candidates who applied for Engineering Services Exam can go through the following and prepare for the test accordingly
|Papers||Subjects||Maximum Marks||Time Duration|
|Paper-I (Objective type)||General Ability Test (Part A: General English) (Part B: General Studies)||200||2 Hours|
|Papers II & III (Objective type)||Civil Engineering/Mechanical Engineering/Electrical Engineering/Electronics & Tele-Communication Engineering||200 Marks for each paper||2 Hours each paper|
|Papers IV & V (Conventional Type)||Civil Engineering/Mechanical Engineering/Electrical Engineering/Electronics & Tele-Communication Engineering||200 Marks for each paper||3 Hours each paper|
Candidates who secure minimum marks in the test are called for personal interview. Final selection of candidates will be based on score in all the rounds. Candidates can go through the following link to check UPSC Engineering Services Exam Pdf.