UPSC IES Exam Electronics Engineering
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Indian Engineering Services (IES) Examination
This blog will help candidates who wish to appear for UPSC IES Exam with sample papers, question papers, exam pattern etc.
Exam Pattern: IES Exam consists of total 1200 marks including 1000 marks for written test and 200 marks for Interview (if shortlisted).
IES Written test : 600 marks for Objective test and 400 marks for Conventional test
Objective Test Papers:
General Ability Test: 200 marks ( two hours)
Electronics Engineering Paper I: 200 marks ( two hours)
Electronics Engineering Paper II: 200 marks ( two hours)
Total 120 questions in each paper
Objective type test consists of multiple-choice questions with four options, in which you have to choose the correct option.
Negative marking also there, so be very careful while you answer the questions.
Conventional Test Papers:
Electronics Engineering Paper I: 200 marks (three hours)
Electronics Engineering Paper II: 200 marks (three hours)
UPSC decides the cut-off depending upon the performance of the candidates in both the Objective Test Papers and Conventional Test Papers.
Sample papers: You can download sample papers from UPSC website at http://www.upsc.gov.in/
Some sample papers are:
IES exam General Ability Test paper Here
IES exam Electrical Engineering Here
IES exam Electrical Engineering Paper II Here
IES exam Electrical Engineering (Conventional) Paper I Here
IES exam Electrical Engineering (Conventional) Paper II Here
You can find more sample papers at http://www.parikshaguru.com/
Recommended Books: You should read books which will guide you for better preparation.
Oswaal IES Electrical Solved Papers Here
Oswaal IES Electrical Engineering Solved Papers Here
Upkars Objective Here
Automatic Control System by Benjamin C. Kuo
Control System Engg. by Nagrath & Gopal
Hope the above information will help you in the IES Exam
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Every member used to attend the office for period or term of 6 year. Exams are being conducted for appointment of union services. An examination is conducted followed by an interview. The expenses are based on the consolidated fund of India or a particular state.
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