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Thinking about how to excel the written rounds of IES? Looking for best preparation tips to crack IES 2017. We come to rescue to answer all your answers through this article. IES is an exam that will test your mettle and you must prove to be the best. Your anxiety is normal and we have come up with some effective IES preparation tips to help you make it to the selection list.
IES 2017 will be conducted for four streams of engineering namely – civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and electronics & telecommunication engineering. A combined three stage competitive examination (comprising five tests), called the Engineering Services Examination is conducted by the UPSC for recruitment to the Indian Engineering Services.
IES is held in three stages, written test (objective and subjective) followed by a personal interview. The written test is of 1000 marks and including personal interview it is of 1200 marks. The written test is spread across three days. Below are some IES Exam Pattern highlights:
|Paper||Type||Subject||Marks||Day / Hours|
|Paper -1||Objective||General Ability Test Part A – General English||200||Day 1 and 2 hours|
|Paper-2||Objective||civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and electronics & telecommunication engineering||200||Day 2 and 2 hours|
|Paper-3||Objective||civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and electronics & telecommunication engineering||200||Day 2 and 2 hours|
|Paper-4||Objective||General Ability Test||200||2 hours|
|Paper-5||Conventional (subjective)||civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and electronics & telecommunication engineering Part A – General English||200||Day 3 and 2 hours|
The correct balance between planning and preparation is the ultimate way to success. If you do the right preparation and stick to the right strategy, chances of getting success increases. We are providing some useful preparation tips for the written exam which may get you through.
This section covers both current affairs and static G.K. This paper will test how informed you are about your country, the world and your surroundings. Questions related to geography, history, polity will be asked. The level of the questions will be such that a candidate with basic knowledge could answer. Following are some of the preparation tips for G.K.:
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This section will test the candidate’s basic knowledge and understanding of the subject. Following are some of the preparation tips for English:
You would not have to work too hard for this section because the syllabus is similar to your graduation studies. This paper will test the technical knowledge of a candidate. Following are some of the preparation tips for technical subjects:
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