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.
After the release of ESE 2020 Prelims result, all the ESE 2020 Prelims qualified candidates will now have to appear in the ESE 2020 Mains exam that is scheduled to be held on 28 June, 2020. If you are one among the ESE 2020 Prelims qualified candidates then you can submit your ESE 2020 Prelims Roll No. and Admit Card.
Here are the steps following which candidates can check their ESE 2020 Prelims exam results:
- Visit the official website of UPSC i.e. www.upsc.gov.in
- On the homepage, navigate to ‘What’s New’ section from the scrolling panel on the right, and then click on the link ‘Written Results: Engineering Services (Preliminary –Stage I) Examination 2020’
- On the page that opens, click on the link under ‘Documents’ column
- A PDF file will open displaying roll numbers of all the successful candidates branch-wise
- Check your roll number, and you can also take a print-out of the same for future reference
The e-admit card for the ESE 2020 Mains examination will be released by UPSC around three weeks before the ESE 2020 Mains exam, so it is recommended to keep on checking the website for updated information on a regular basis.
How to Achieve Success in ESE 2020 Mains
The ESE 2020 Mains exam is scheduled to be conducted on 28 June, 2020 by Union Public Services Commission (UPSC). With ESE 2020, UPSC is looking forward to fill vacancies in various sectors of the Indian government.
The ESE Mains stage includes answering two subjective or conventional question papers that will be conducted in different sessions. The paper-1 and 2 are of Engineering Discipline each of 3 hours duration, and each carrying 300 marks. The Mains stage is considered to be very important as a candidate’s performance in this stage is going to be the determining factor for deciding the final ranking. An engineering student aspiring for ESE 2020 needs to follow a meticulously planned preparation strategy to gain success in ESE 2020.
IES Master has come up with a unique preparation strategy for ESE 2020 Mains. This unique preparation methodology includes Conventional Question Practice Program (CQPP). The CQPP program includes:
1) Conventional Classroom Practice Program
2) Conventional Question Practice Test (CQPT)
The Conventional Classroom Practice Program is designed to help ESE 2020 aspirants get conceptual clarity on certain topics. Under this program, students are provided with a booklet containing two set of questions, each having concepts on which questions can be asked in the ESE 2020 Mains. Students need to practice the questions given in this booklet – first set of questions will be discussed in classroom, whereas second set of questions are for self-practice by students at their own convenience. After successful completion of all the practice questions, a test is conducted.
The second part of CQPP i.e. Conventional Question Practice Test (CQPT) is available in both offline and online modes. Under this part, students are provided with a schedule of tests. In this program, all the ESE 2020 Mains appearing students will learn new topics along with revising the topics that they had learned so far. During each test, questions from certain important topics will be asked. After the completion of one or two tests, questions on topics already covered will again be asked. This will help candidates in revising the topics along with their preparation of all the subjects.
Special counselling sessions to help students write their answers effectively will also be conducted on a regular basis. During these sessions, ESE 2020 aspirants will learn how to select questions, manage time while writing exam, and develop speed and accuracy while solving numerical problems.
Admissions to new batches of CQPP for session 2020-21 are going on. The next batches are starting from 15 March, 2020. As limited seats are available for this session, candidates should hurry to register for CQPP.
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