If you have just written ESE 2020 Prelims, and after going through the various ESE 2020 Prelims answer keys and detailed solutions provided by various coaching institutes and subject experts, you are confident of making it to the ESE 2020 Mains then it is time now to start preparing for the second and most important phase of ESE 2020 i.e. ESE 2020 Mains.
The ESE 2020 Mains exam is scheduled to be conducted by the Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) on 28th June, 2020. It means you have around five and half months to gear up for ESE 2020 Mains.
UPSC is going to fill around 495 vacancies through ESE 2020. The announced 495 vacancies include 21 vacancies for Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD), of which 11 will be reserved for Locomotor Disability (LDCP) including Cerebral Palsy, Leprosy cured, Dwarfism, Acid Attack victims and Muscular Dystrophy, 7 vacancies for Hard of Hearing (HI), and 3 vacancies for persons with low vision. For candidates belonging to SC, ST, PD and OBC categories, reservations will be made by the Government of India as per the vacancies. The selected candidates will be absorbed as Class-1 officers in various Government of India departments, such as Indian Railways, Central Engineering Service, Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Survey of India, Border Road Engineering Service, Indian Defence Service of Engineers, etc.
On qualifying the ESE 2020 Prelims stage, the qualified candidates will have to mention their preference for services/posts in the Detailed Application Form (DAF). On the basis of their merit position, preferences filled in DAF, and number of vacancies, successful candidates will be allotted to various services/posts, subject to their medical fitness.
ESE 2020 Mains Exam Pattern
The ESE 2020 Mains stage includes writing two subjective or conventional question papers that are conducted in different sessions. The paper-I and paper-II are of Engineering Discipline. Both the papers are of 3 hours duration each, carrying 300 marks each. ESE 2020 Mains exam is considered to be very important stage, a candidate’s performance in this stage is going to decide his or her final ranking in ESE 2020.
On considering all these factors, it becomes evident that how tense the competition is. However, it is not something that is unachievable. An engineering student aiming for ESE 2020 has to follow a carefully planned preparation strategy to achieve success in ESE 2020.
IES Master’s Unique Preparation Methodology for ESE 2020 Mains
IES Master, an institute for engineers with branches in Delhi and Noida, offers quality coaching for ESE and GATE. For ESE 2020 Mains preparation, its unique preparation methodology includes a program called Conventional Question Practice Program (CQPP), which has been designed and structured to help all the ESE 2020 aspirants sit in the ESE 2020 Mains exam with full confidence. The CQPP program includes:
1) Conventional Classroom Practice Program
2) Conventional Question Practice Test (CQPT)
The main objective of Conventional Classroom Practice Program is to help ESE 2020 aspirants get conceptual clarity on certain topics. During this program, students are provided with a booklet containing two set of questions, explaining basic concepts on which questions can be asked in the ESE 2020 Mains exam. Once the students practice the questions given in this booklet, the first set of questions is discussed in classroom, whereas the second set of questions is for the students to practice on their own. After successful completion of all the practice questions, a test is conducted. On the basis of the test feedback, students can determine their level of performance.
The second part of CQPP i.e. Conventional Question Practice Test (CQPT) is available in both offline as well as online modes. Under this section of the study program, students are provided with a series of tests. In this program, all the ESE 2020 Mains appearing students learn about new topics while revising the topics that they have learned so far. During each test, questions from certain important topics are asked. After the completion of one or two tests, questions on topics already covered are asked again. Doing so, candidates get to revise the topics along with overall preparation.
In addition, special counseling sessions are conducted on a regular basis to help students write their answers in an effective manner. During these sessions, ESE aspirants are trained to select questions, manage time during the real exam, and build upon their speed and accuracy while solving numerical problems.
Admissions to new batches of CQPP for session 2020-21 are going on. The next batches are going to start from 15 March, 2020. As limited seats are available for this session, candidates should register for CQPP now.
In case of any doubt or queries, connect to IES Master at 80100 09955 or drop an e-mail at email@example.com. All your queries would be promptly answered by our professionally adept career counsellors.