The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the Interview Schedule for Engineering Services Examination 2019 (ESE 2019). UPSC is going to finalise the list of eligible candidaes for the post of class-I engineers in government services/sectors of railways, roadways, defence, energy and telecommunication through this final stage of ESE 2019.
The GATE 2020 exam would be conducted on 01, 02, 08, and 9 February, 2020 by IIT Delhi. As per the official notification, GATE 2020 would be conducted in two sessions – Forenoon session (09:30 am to 12:30 pm) and Afternoon session (02:30 pm to 05:30 pm).
The GATE 2020 exam can be taken by students of 25 engineering streams (after including the newly added Biomedical Engineering paper) who want to do master’s and direct doctoral programmes in engineering, technology, architecture and in other branches of science from various IITs and Indian Institute of Science (IISc). Engineering students aspiring to pursue their engineering career through Public Sector Undertaking companies (PSUs) too can write GATE as most of the PSUs consider GATE score while recruiting suitable candidate.
IES Master students were in for a pleasant surprise in ESE 2019 Mains Paper-I and Paper-II. Most of the questions asked by UPSC were those which they had encountered in classroom, study material, or in test series.
It is here that the class of IES Master stands way beyond, where no other institute can dare claim such command with precision. The faculty at IES Master are at the heart of such expertise when it comes to top engineering exams in the country.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the release of admit cards for UPSC ESE 2019 (Main). The UPSC ESE 2019 (Main) exam is scheduled to be conducted on 30 June, 2019. Candidates who are aspiring for ESE 2019 can download their admit cards from the official website of UPSC from 7 June to 30 June.
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.
GATE exam is the entry ticket for engineering students to fulfill their dream goals of getting higher education from top IITs or NITs, or getting recruited by top PSUs. Therefore, in the first quarter of each year, lakhs of engineering students appear for GATE. In the year 2020, the GATE exam would be conducted by IIT Delhi on 1, 2, and 8, 9 February, 2020.
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.
Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL), a Government of India enterprise, has announced its plan to recruit 200 engineering graduates as Executive Trainees (ET-2019) through GATE 2019 scores. The GATE 2018 score as well as GATE 2017 score would also be considered for this recruitment.
This recruitment drive would be applicable for engineering students from Civil, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Electronics, and Instrumentation streams. The details of branch-wise vacancies are as under:
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