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.
High performance comes mainly from focussed effort of the right kind. Genius Batch is a study program by IES Master for engineering students, who are smart learners and aspiring for top competitive exams like ESE, GATE and PSUs.
This program engages the brightest of civil, mechanical, electrical and electronics engineering students from across India in an intensive concept building and problem solving exercise under the mentorship of subject experts. As this study program involves advanced preparation techniques, it’s taken only by those engineering students who are dedicated and serious about their preparation, and want to test their deep learning. The curriculum of Genius Batch program is structured in such a manner that a student gets started with his ESE and GATE preparation from the very first day itself without going into the basics of subjects.
Engineering Services Examination (ESE), erstwhile known as Indian Engineering Services is an exam conducted by UPSC to recruit engineers as class-1 officers in various departments of the government of India such as Railways, Power, Defence service of Engineers, Central Water engineering, Central Engineering Service, Telecommunications, etc. The finally selected candidates are initially offered the position of Assistant Executive Engineer, and the candidates can rise up to the position of Managing Director/ Chairman in their respective departments.
To crack ESE and GATE with best ranking, an engineering student needs a right mentor or guide, in addition to a preparation strategy that is unique. For ESE aspirants, who have cleared the first stage i.e. ESE Prelims, moving forward with the preparation for ESE Mains demands a persistent and focused study approach as failure in the Mains means to wait for another six to eight months to come back at the same stage. Therefore, an ESE aspirant should go forward with his preparation strategy in a systematic manner accomplishing certain tasks or goals within a stipulated time period.
If you have landed on this webpage then it means that you have either just written ESE 2019 Prelims or have just qualified this preliminary stage of ESE 2019. Whatever the case may be, it is the right time to start preparing for the second and most important phase of ESE 2019 i.e. ESE 2019 Mains. The ESE 2019 Mains exam is scheduled to be conducted by the Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) on 30th of June, 2019, which means that you have around five and half months to gear up for ESE Mains 2019.
The first phase of Engineering Service Examination 2019 (ESE 2019) i.e. ESE 2019 Prelims has been conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on 6 January, 2019 in two shifts – morning shift from 10 AM to 12 PM (two hours), and afternoon shift from 02 PM to 05 PM (three hours).
The ESE 2019 Prelims exam included two papers – Paper-I (General Studies and Engineering Aptitude) and Paper-II (Engineering Discipline). The ESE 2019 Prelims Paper-I carries 200 marks, and the Paper-II is of 300 marks. The ESE 2019 Prelims answer key would be released by UPSC in a couple of days. However, if you are impatient to check the answer key of ESE 2019 Prelims, then IES Master has released its own ESE 2019 Prelims Answer Keys with detailed solutions for Paper-I and Paper-II.
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.
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IES Master: When did you start preparing for Engineering Services Exam?
Punit: I started preparing for Engineering Services in the fourth year of my graduation.