Wednesday, February 3, 2010

UPSC IES Exam Mechanical Engineering Pattern Sample Question Papers Guide Books Syllabus

UPSC IES Exam Mechanical Engineering Pattern Sample Question Papers Guide Books Syllabus 

UPSC IES Exam Mechanical Engineering

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) recently published notification IES Exam for recruitment of Mechanical Engineers.

Candidates must prepare in advance and go through Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Sample Papers, Previous Years Solved Question Papers etc.

Exam Pattern : The exam consists of 1200 mark selection process (1000 marks for written test and 200 marks for Interview, if shortlisted)

IES Exam Written Test: Consists of Objective test (600 marks) and Conventional test (400 marks).

IES Exam Objective Test Papers:

General Ability Test : 200 marks (2 hours)
Mechanical Engineering Paper I: 200 marks (2 hours)
Mechanical Engineering Paper II: 200 marks (2 hours)

IES ExamGeneral Ability Test :

Part A: General English and
Part B: General Studies

There are 120 questions in each of the above three papers – thus you have one minute for each question of average worth 1.67 marks.

Negative marking : While you answer the question, be very careful because one third of the marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

Conventional Test consists of 400 marks

Mechanical Engineering Paper I: 200 marks (3 hours)
Mechanical Engineering Paper II: 200 marks (3 hours)

UPSC decides minimum qualifying marks in the Objective test and Conventional test and it depends upon performance of the candidates.

For complete details please go through the UPSC notification.

Sample Papers for Mechanical Engineering Exam: There are many websites where you can download old question papers, sample papers, mock papers, past years question papers, solved papers etc.

IES exam General Ability Test paper Here
IES exam Mechanical Engineering (Objective) Paper I Here
IES exam Mechanical Engineering (Objective) Paper II Here
IES exam Mechanical Engineering (Conventional) Paper I Here
IES exam Mechanical Engineering (Conventional) Paper II Here

To prepare well, you have to study books. Below are some of the recommended books which you can purchase.

Oswaal ChapterWise Solutions Here
Galgotia Question bank Here
Heat and Mass Transfer by JP Hollman, RC Sachdeva
Engineering Thermodynamics By P K Nag
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning by CP Arora, Domkundwar

Hope the above information will help you


About Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is one of the constitinol body in India which conducts exam for select candidate to various civil service. The chairman and other members are being selected by the President of India. More than a half of members in PSC are civil servants having with the minimum experience of ten years.

Every member in the office holds the position for the terms of six years or he attains the age of sixty-five yrs. The President of India has full right on removing the member and also the member can give his/her resignation to the President of India.

Important functions of UPSC:

This commission conducts exam for recruitment of civil services of union and some more functions:
•    Recruitment to services and post under the union by conducting competitive exam. This exam is conducted on regular basis followed with interview.

•    The recruitment service under central Govt. This selection is done through direct interview and also sometimes there written test being conducted.

•    It advises on the suitability of the officers for appointing on promotion as well the transfer on deputation.

•    Advising Govt Officials on recruitment on all the civil service post.

Rules of recruitment:
Recruitment for specific service is being divided into different groups from A to D. specifically for CBI post. Like for group A the appointment is done by President of India. For Group B for CBI is done by director of CBI. For Group C for senior Clerk Stenos is done by DY.  Inspector General. And for Group D for the post in CBI is done by Superintendent of Police.

Mode of payment for the fee:
The fees can be paid by paying while submitting the form of CRF (Central Recruitment Fee Stamp). For service examinations the fee is Rs 100 and for direct recruitment the fees is Rs 50.
The UPSC members annually submit its report to the President of India.

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2 comments:

arshad khan said...

hi this information is very useful and thanx for this information and how can i get the key for this question papers can u tell me...

paranthaman said...

ya it's really fantastic . the information which was given here is very clear.i am really thank you

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