If you are one amongst the hundreds of lucky ESE aspirants who found their roll number in the list of ESE 2017 Mains result that was declared by UPSC on 23rd June, 2017 then you must have started gearing up to face the final stage i.e. the Personality Screening Test. The ESE 2017 Mains exam results were declared for all the engineering streams.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared the results of Engineering Services Exam Mains 2017 (ESE Mains 2017) today. If you took the exam that was held on 14th May 2017, you can check your roll number here. All the qualified candidates are requested to submit their Roll No./Admit Card HERE.
The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has started inviting applications from deserving candidates for the post of Deputy Managers (Technical). The application form for the same will be updated by NHAI in April 2018. Candidates interested to present their candidature for this PSU recruitment should have a valid GATE score. The GATE scores that would be considered by NHAI for this recruitment drive would be GATE 2016, GATE 2017 and GATE 2018.
Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) invites application from BE/B.Tech students of Electronics (ECE), Mechanical (ME) and Computer Science (CS) streams for the post of Contract Engineers. The contract period of the recruited engineers would be of one year, and the job location would be at one of their units located at Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The last date for online application is 14 June, 2017.
All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi, which is the apex regulatory body for technical education in India, has taken note of the dismal employable rate of engineering graduates in the country, and released new guidelines for technical institutions to increase the rate of employability after technical courses. As per the new guidelines that are going to come into effect from 1 July, 2017, there would be a revamped course syllabus across all the institutions in India. This new syllabus that includes the addition of some new subjects would ensure that the study material is industry-friendly and job-oriented.