Engineering Services Exam is an exam for engineering students that requires a dedicated amount of time for study as well as a well-planned strategy. A meticulously planned out strategy for the preparation of ESE includes many points such as review of previous year question papers, knowledge about the exam pattern, time management to cover complete syllabus, revision, practice and guidance of experts.
Online Test Series is taken by almost all students aspiring for various competitive exams conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) or any other competitive exams. Engineering Services Examination (ESE) is an exam conducted by UPSC every year to select quality engineers for the country’s top-level engineering posts. The exam is conducted in three phases – ESE Prelims, ESE Mains, and finally the Personality Test. As the standard of this exam is very high, the competition too is very tough.
Engineering graduates, who are aspiring for ESE, GATE and PSUs, and do not feel the need of getting the help of subject experts in all subjects can take the Subject-wise Improvement Program. This program, as the name indicates, offers selective guidance as required by the student. Designed exclusively for engineering students from Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Electronics & Communications streams, this study program, also known as SWIP, helps ESE and GATE aspirants choose the subject(s) of their own choice or choose from any of subject packages that are on offer.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the release of Admit Cards for Engineering Services Examination (ESE) Prelims 2019 that are scheduled to be conducted on 6 January, 2019 across India. The ESE Mains 2019 will be held on 30 June, 2019.
Engineering graduates who have applied online for ESE Prelims 2019 are required to login at the UPSC portal using their registration ID or roll number to download their ESE 2019 Prelims Admit Card. UPSC recommends not to use smartphone or any other gadget other than desktop/laptop having Windows operating system to download the ESE 2019 Prelims admit card.
In this truly enthralling one-to-one with IES Master, Vinay Prakash Sharma, AIR 1 (CE), ESE-2018, reveals the real side of his success story and gives an insight into the major ingredients that go into the making of an ESE topper.
IES Master: Vinay it’s a huge success, how was it received in your family? Who was the first person you informed in your family?
Vinay: Thank you so much. I informed my father first, and he was very happy. He couldn’t believe it. He was quite for a minute or so, and then I informed my mom, and she was also very happy. Afterwards, when my sisters came to know about this, they too were very happy.
Heartiest congratulations to IES Master Students on their outstanding performance in ESE 2018. Going by the number of selections in ESE 2018, the concept behind meticulously designed study programs of IES Master, which include its classroom programs, test series, conventional question practice program, interview guidance program, postal study material, etc. have been huge hits. This proves why IES Master is the number one choice of ESE aspiring engineering graduates from all streams, no matter if it is Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Electronics and Communication Engineering branches.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the date for conducting Engineering Services Examination (ESE) 2019. The ESE Prelims 2019 will be conducted on 6 January, 2019 across India at 42 examination centres.
UPSC is looking forward to fill around 581 vacancies through ESE 2019. The announced 581 vacancies include 34 vacancies for Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD), of which 23 will be reserved for Locomotor Disability (LDCP) including Cerebral Palsy, Leprosy cured, Dwarfism, Acid Attack victims and Muscular Dystrophy, and 11 vacancies for Hard of Hearing (HI). For candidates belonging to SC, ST, PD and OBC categories, reservations will be made by the Government of India as per the vacancies.
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Are you an engineering student from civil, mechanical, electrical, or electronics stream, and aspiring for ESE 2019 and GATE 2019? In your pursuit for success in ESE 2019 and GATE 2019, are you looking for ways to identify your strong and weak areas? If it is so then your search ends here… IES Master, an institute for engineers aspiring for ESE, GATE, and PSUs, has come up with National Scholarship Test for ESE and National Scholarship Test for GATE.
Classroom or offline test series are nothing but mock or trial exams before sitting in the real exam. The more offline tests students take, the better for them as mock tests help them assess their preparation level, determine their strengths and weaknesses. No matter whether a student is preparing for board exams, entrance exams, or preparing for recruitment exams. It is the mock tests or offline test series taking which a student can get the required confidence to take on the real exam challenge.
Success in ESE, GATE and PSUs demands taking the right decision while choosing mentor or guide, and following the right preparation strategy by all aspirants. In the case of ESE, once the first stage i.e. ESE Prelims is cleared it is very important for an ESE Mains aspirant to stay focussed, as missing the opportunity means waiting for another six to seven months to reach the same stage. Therefore, the main objective of an engineering student going to write ESE Mains is to meet specific goals within a set time period.