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Chhattisgarh is India's 26th state, covers an area of 135,133 sq km. of the total geographical area of nation India and located in Center of India.

Chhattisgarh state of India came into existence on November 1, 2000. Mother tongue of Chhattisgarh is Chattisgarhi.There are 18 districts (initially there was 15 districts) in the state.

6 States of India which are bordered with Chhattisgarh state -
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# Orissa State to the east.
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IES-Indian Engineering services, UPSC - EXAM PATTERN/PREVIOUS YEAR PAPERS

Saturday, 29 October, 2011
IES-Indian Engineering services, UPSC - EXAM PATTERN/PREVIOUS YEAR PAPERS

Indian Engineering Services (IES/ES) constitute of engineers that work under the government of India to manage a large segment of public sector economy which constitutes of Railroads, Public works, Power, Telecommunications, etc.
A combined competitive examination is conducted by the Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) for recruitment to the Indian Engineering Services. The Examination constitutes of a written examination followed by an interview for personality test.
What is IES Exam?
Indian Engineering Services (IES) exam (also called as Engineering Services Exam) is a premier competitive examination conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission), for selecting aprox. 500-600 engineers for Government of India’s engineering organizations, such as Indian Railway Service of Engineers (IRSE), Central Engineering Service (CES), Military Engineer Services (IDSE) etc. The examination is conducted for the branches of Civil. Mechanical, Electrical & Electronics Engineering.

The popularity of this exam can be gauged from the following analysis, compiled from UPSC Annual Reports:
As you can see from above, only two to four persons per thousand who applies for IES exam, cuts the grade and becomes an IES officer. Thus the popularity of IES exam can be compared to another cream services of Government of India – IAS (Civil Sevices) exam.
This blog post is made to introduce you to IES exam: telling you when IES notification comes out, what are the eligibilities for IES exam and where you can get the IES exam application forms.
IES Exam statistics:
You can find from above IES exam statistics that close to 30% -40% people who applies for IES exam, does not appears for the IES exam. Also majority of the screening is done at the Written test - only 1.5% - 3% of those who writes the exam are called for interview. However, once you are called for the interview, chances of being finally selected is pretty good- 30%- 40%.

What were the branch-wise vacancies in IES exam from IES-2003 to IES-2006? Following analysis tells you that:
IES Exam Notification:
If you are an IES exam aspirant, you would definitely wish to know when the IES exam notification comes out. UPSC conducts IES examination every year in the 1st/2nd Saturday of June, notification for which comes out in the 1st/2nd Saturday of January month.

  IES Exam Pattern/ 
UPSC conducts IES Examination in following branch of engineering



Category I—Civil Engineering.

Category II—Mechanical Engineering.

Category III—Electrical Engineering.

Category IV—Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering



Part I-    General Ability Test   200 Marks

Part I-   Objective Paper I 200 Marks & Objective Paper II  200 Marks

Part II-  Conventional Paper I 200 Marks & Conventional Paper II 200 Marks

Both Objective & Conventional Sections will cover the entire syllabus of the relevant engineering disciplines viz. Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering.

·         Minimum qualifying marks has to be obtained in Objective type papers for checking conventional papers.

·         IES cutoff marks are available at website. You may contact student counselor in case you need any such data related to ES examination, IES cutoff, IES Question papers, IES solution, IES interview question.

·         IES 2012 examination pattern are same as IES 2011, Examination difficulty level, cutoff and paper pattern are almost same.

Part II-   Personality test carrying a maximum of 200 marks of such of the candidates who qualify on the basis of the written examination.

SO,  MAIN POINT IS
IES exam consists of a total 1200 mark selection process, which consists of a written test for 1000 marks and a 200 mark Interview for those shortlisted. Out of the total 1000 marks in the written test, 600 marks are for Objective test and 400 marks for Conventional test.

Plan of IES written test along with mark distribution paper-wise is given below:
IES Objective Test Papers: 600 marks
General Ability Test: 2 hrs duration: 200 marks
Electronics Engineering Paper I: 2 hrs duration: 200 marks
Electronics Engineering Paper II: 2 hrs duration: 200 marks
General Ability Test consists of:
Part A: General English
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.

Objective type test consists of multiple-choice questions with four options, in which you have to choose the correct option and mark the same in the answer booklet with an HB pencil, by darkening the circle (representing the correct option) completely. The answer booklet is an OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) sheet, which looks like the one below:
Negative marking:
Beware - for each wrong answer of a question, one third (0.33) of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty. Hence encircle the correct answer properly and also make wise-guesses!

IES Conventional Test Papers: 400 marks
Electronics Engineering Paper I: 3 hrs duration: 200 marks
Electronics Engineering Paper II: 3 hrs duration: 200 marks
These papers consists of descriptive (i.e. essay) type questions.
Depending on the relative performance by the IES candidates, UPSC decides the cut-off (minimum qualifying marks) in the Objective test and the papers of Conventional test is evaluated only for those above this cut-off. IES exam cut-off in the Objective test is approximately 60%.

Interview:
Interview for Personality test of selected candidates: 200marks
General (but important) instructions
  • All Question Papers must be Answered in English. Question Papers will be set in English only.
  • Candidates must write the papers themselves. They will not be allowed a scribe to write the answer for them under "any circumstances".
  • Points (upto 5%) may be deducted from the total points of a candidate if his/her handwriting is not easily legible.
  • Put in a serious and sincere effort.Marks are not allotted for mere superficial knowledge. Orderly, effective and exact expression combined with due economy of words will be rewarded.
  • SI units will be used in the papers and Candidates should use only International form of Indian numerals (i.e. 1,2,3,4,5,6 etc.) while answering question papers.
  • The Commission have discretion to fix qualifying marks in any or all the subjects of the examination.
  • The Objective Type papers will be evaluated first and evaluation of the Conventional Type papers is done only for those candidates who obtain the minimum qualifying marks in Objective types papers, as fixed by the Commission.


Previous year papers:

YEAR 2009:


Engineering Services Exam, 2009
 


Objective
Papers


Civil Engineering Paper I


Civil Engineering Paper II


Mechanical Engineering Paper I


Mechanical Engineering Paper II


Electrical Engineering Paper I


Electrical Engineering Paper II


E & T Engineering Paper I


E & T Engineering Paper II


Conventional Papers


Civil Engineering Paper I


Civil Engineering Paper II


Mechanical Engineering Paper I


Mechanical Engineering Paper II


Electrical Engineering Paper I


Electrical Engineering Paper II


E & T Engineering Paper I


E & T Engineering Paper II


YEAR 2010:



Engineering Services Exam, 2010
 



Objective
Papers


Civil Engineering Paper I


Civil Engineering Paper II


Mechanical Engineering Paper I


Mechanical Engineering Paper II


Electrical Engineering Paper I


Electrical Engineering Paper II


E & T Engineering Paper I


E & T Engineering Paper II


Conventional Papers



Civil Engineering Paper I


Civil Engineering Paper II



Mechanical Engineering Paper I


Mechanical Engineering Paper II



Electrical Engineering Paper I


Electrical Engineering Paper II



E & T Engineering Paper I


E & T Engineering Paper II


YEAR 2011:



Engineering Services Exam, 2011
 


Objective
Papers


Civil Engineering Paper I


Civil Engineering Paper II


Mechanical Engineering Paper I


Mechanical Engineering Paper II


Electrical Engineering Paper I


Electrical Engineering Paper II


E & T Engineering Paper I


E & T Engineering Paper II


Conventional Papers



Civil Engineering Paper I


Civil Engineering Paper II



Mechanical Engineering Paper I


Mechanical Engineering Paper II



Electrical Engineering Paper I


Electrical Engineering Paper II



E & T Engineering Paper I


E & T Engineering Paper II


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