ESE 2020 MAINS result has announced. IES Master has announced interview guidance program has been announced.
Whenever any exam gets over it leaves students with a sense of curiosity to know the outcome of their efforts. Once you walks out of the exam hall, you see everybody around you discusses and gossips about the question papers and if your intuition allows you to hold an optimistic outlook then you also be involved in the discussion And on the other hand if your exam attempt has not lived up to your expectation, then you will try to ignore the discussion anyhow. But now, your action time is over and we can’t alter the past actions. Now, it’s time to take hold of your nerves and do the self-evaluation and the best way to evaluate yourself is to reconcile your attempt with legitimate sources available.
The UPSC has released ESE MAINS 2020 Admit card on 22nd September, 2020. Students can download the ESE 2020 ADMIT CARD directly from UPSC website. Following are the steps to be download the admit card.
- Visit the official website at upsc.gov.in
- On the homepage, click on the link that reads, “e-admit card for Engineering Services (Main) Examination, 2020’
- A new page will appear on the display screen, a new link will be flashed, Click on the link to download the admit card
- Read the instructions and proceed and select any of the given option between roll number and registration.
- Key in your credentials and login
The UPSC ESE admit card 2020 will be displayed on the screen, Download the admit card and take its print out for future use.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the revised date for conducting Engineering Services Examination (ESE) 2020 Mains. As per the revised UPSC calendar, the ESE 2020 Mains exam would now be conducted on 09 August, 2020.
Earlier, the ESE Mains 2020 was scheduled to be conducted on 28 June, 2020. However, to contain the spread of COVID-19 in the country, the Commission had to postpone the UPSC ESE Mains 2020, along with other UPSC exams that were scheduled to be conducted in coming months.
The Engineering Services Examination (ESE/IES) is one of the most sought after engineering exam for the engineering graduates across India. The ESE exam is conducted every year by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) for the recruitment of Indian Engineering Servants in the capacity of Class – 1 officer.
A person generally dislikes answering tricky questions as they involve ambiguity, probability, proximity, overlapping answers, etc. However, for an engineering graduate who is aspiring for ESE and GATE tricky questions in the form of objective type questions are inevitable as objective questions only can help the examinee choose the right candidate by testing their technical knowledge and deep understanding of the subject.
There are two best and feasible means of getting quality education when you are located in remote areas, and unable to attend regular classes. The first method of getting the required quality mentoring in such a scenario is through online digital classes, and the second is through Postal Study Package.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has revised the tie-breaking principle to determine the ranking of two or more candidates who score equal marks in Engineering Services Examination (ESE).
The Tie principle will be applicable in those cases where two or more candidates score equal marks in ESE. This revised tie principle will help the UPSC in deciding the ranking of candidates in the Engineering Services Examination.
Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) has announced the results of Engineering Services Examination 2020 Prelims (ESE 2020 Prelims) exam. The ESE 2020 Prelims exam was conducted by UPSC on 05 January, 2020.
A total of 2,263 candidates have qualified the ESE 2020 Preliminary stage. Of which a majority of candidates are from CE branch (863). With 596 qualified candidates, ECE stream candidates stand at the second position followed by EE candidates (519), and ME candidates (285). Check your ESE 2020 Prelims result.
Indian Railways has recently come up with a couple of surprises – first with the introduction of IRMS, and then the withdrawal of Railways vacancies through ESE 2020. Mr. Kanchan Kumar Thakur, in conversation with Mr. Ompal Singh, Former Chief Administrative Officer, Central Organisation for Railways Electrification, tries to reason out the way forward for the students aspiring for Railway Services.
Mr. Kanchan Kumar Thakur: Recently Indian Railways has announced the introduction of Indian Railways Management Service (IRMS). What was the reason for this implementation of proposed organisational restructuring of Railways in a hurry?