Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT), also known as the ‘Energy Institute, Bangalore’ has started inviting applications for its M.Tech programmes. The Bengaluru-based institute is envisioned to be a distinguished energy research institute offering world class research, and education.
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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Online Test Series is taken by almost all students aspiring for various 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.
The ESE 2018 Prelims is over, and if you are a student of IES Master then you must have noticed that most of the questions that were asked in the exam are a direct lift from either the classroom study material or from the ESE preparation books of IES Master Publication.
Decoding the exam pattern and standards of UPSC is not an easy task. What seems to be a challenge for other institutes was a cake walk for IES Master. It is this accuracy in guessing the questions of a top competitive exam like ESE that makes IES Master stay ahead of other institutes. It’s not for the first time that IES Master has come so closer in guessing the questions.
The first level stage of Engineering Service Examination 2018 (ESE 2018) i.e. ESE 2018 Prelims has been successfully conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on 7 January, 2018 in two shifts – morning shift from 10 AM to 12 PM (two hours), and afternoon shift from 02 PM to 05 PM (three hours).