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The syllabus for Electrical Engineering has more than hundreds of topics under 14 – 15 subjects. For each subject there are many books available in the market. Hence, selecting a book becomes a difficult process.
The engineering aspirants have to appear for IES 2018 on January 7. Though the no. of test takers are less than 5 lakhs, the competition is high as the seats are within the range of 300-500. So, it is best to start preparing for UPSC ESE as soon as possible.
The following article lists out the best books for IES Electrical Engineering Exam.
Book 1 – Principles of Electromagnetics by Matthew N. O. Sadiku, S. V. Kulkarni
The textbook is a compilation of vector analysis and mathematical concepts. It covers topics like Vector Analysis, Electrostatics, Magnetostics and Time Varying Fields, Waves and Applications.
Book 2 - Objective Electrical Technology by VK Mehta and Rohit Mehta
The book is a comprehensive collection of objective type questions for GATE/ IES/IAS aspirants. It is divided in four parts and 41 chapters, having almost 1000 figures for clarity of questions provided.
Book 3 – Handbook of Electrical Engineering by Prashant Bharti (Arihant Publications)
The book is a collection of all the formulae ranging from basic to the most important ones. As per the reviews, it is most beneficial for taking the last-minute glimpse.
Books 4 – Objective Electrical Engineering for Diploma Engineering
The book is a combination of Multiple Choice Questions with their logical and detailed answers. As per the reviews, the language used is very lucid, helping a student understand the questions quickly.
Book 5 - Gateway to IES by Ashish Dixit
The paper book is a combination of concepts, tips & tricks to solve the questions faster and various sample questions to prepare for IES. It is a must buy for candidates preparing for the Engineering Services Examination.
Book 6 – Power System Engineering by Nagrath & Kothari
The book covers the complete undergraduate syllabus of Power System Engineering. It explains all the topics with proper description and examples too.
Book 7 - Electrical Machines and Power Transformers by P.S. Bhimbra
All the engineering aspirants must buy the book to clear the basic fundamentals for the subject. The language used to explain the concepts is lucid making it an ideal book for beginners.
Book 8 - Automatic Control Systems by B.C. Kuo
The book provides engineers with a fresh content that places special emphasis on mechatronics. It follows a revolutionary approach by actually including a physical lab. Engineers will gains a strong understanding of the control systems with the help of modern examples and exercises
Book 9 - Measurement & Instrumentation by A. K. Sawhney
The book covers all the topics under Measurement and Instrumentation of IES Electrical Engineering. As per the reviews, it has been given a tag of an ‘Evergreen Book’ for candidates pursuing a career in Electrical Engineering.
Book 10 - Circuits and Networks: Analysis and Synthesis by A. Sudhakar and Shyammohan S. Palli
The book is revised as per internationally accepted learning outcomes. There are approximately 400 FAQs derived from important previous year question papers. Also, important definitions with formulas are also highlighted within the text.
|Book Name||Author||Book Cover|
Basic Electrical Engineering
C L Wadhwa
An Integrated Course in Electrical Engg.
Abc of Electrical Engg.
Theraja B.L., Theraja A.K.
Electrical Engg. Fundamentals
Electrical Engg. GATE 2018
Bhavin Juneja, Prashant Bharti
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