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UPSC has announced the results of ESE 2019 Mains exam that was held on 30 June, 2019. A total of 1403 candidates have qualified the ESE Mains stage. A major chunk i.e. 647 of the qualified students are from Civil Engineering (CE) stream, whereas from Mechanical stream (ME), 261 candidates, from Electrical stream (EE) 245 candidates, and from Electronics stream (E&T), 250 candidates have qualified the ESE 2019 Mains stage.
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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has today announced the release of results for Engineering Services Exam Mains 2018 (ESE Mains 2018) that was conducted on 01st July 2018. Check your roll number here in the list of ESE 2018 Mains qualified candidates.
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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the date for conducting Engineering Services Examination (ESE) 2018. The ESE Prelims 2018 will be conducted on 7 January, 2018 in 42 test centres across the country. The date for ESE Mains 2018 is 1 July, 2018.
UPSC is looking forward to fill around 588 vacancies through ESE 2018. The 588 vacancies include 18 vacancies for PH, of which 15 will be for LDCP and 3 for HI. For candidates belonging to SC, ST, PD and OBC categories, reservations will be made by the Government of India as per the vacancies.
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.