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  ( ) are the Technical Services that meet the technical and
managerial functions of the Government of India. The extent of tasks and functions managed
by the   ( ) extends to a fairly broad segment of the economy
covering the Roadways, Railways, Military, Public works, Power, Telecommunications,
Surveys, Inspections, etc. Government spending on engineering services comprises more than
15 percent of India's GDP.

The Government of India recruits officials for the middle management positions in the
Engineering services of the bureaucracy through  ( )
Examination, a competitive examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission

The test is conducted in June every year at various centres across India  ‘gartala,
‘hmedabad, ‘izwal, ‘llahabad, Bangalore, Bareilly, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cuttack,
Delhi, Dharwar, Dispur (Guwahati), Gangtok, Hyderabad, Imphal, Itanagar,Jabalpur, Jaipur,
Jammu, Jorhat, Kochi, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mumbai, Nagpur, Panaji (Goa),
Patna, Port Blair, Raipur, Sambalpur, Shillong, Shimla, Srinagar, Thiruvananthapuram,
Tirupati, Udaipur, Ranchi (Jharkhand) and Visakhapatnam.

     The selection of candidates for the

Indian Engineering Services (IES) is done through two stages.

m   This stage is a written examination carrying a maximum of 1000 marks. It is

conducted over a period of three days according to the following plan:

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General ‘bility Test (Part ‘: Day 1
General English)(Part B: 2 Hrs 200
I-Objective Papers General Studies)
Civil Engineering Paper I 2Hrs 200
I-CIVIL ENGINEERING Civil Engineering Paper II 2Hrs 200 Day 2

II-Conventional Civil Engineering Paper I 3Hrs 200

(THEORY) Papers Day 3
Civil Engineering Paper II 3Hrs 200
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General ‘bility Test (Part ‘:
General English)(Part B: 2 Hrs 200 Day 1
General Studies)
I-Objective Papers Mechanical Engineering Paper
2Hrs 200
I Day 2
Mechanical Engineering Paper
Mechanical Engineering Paper
3Hrs 200
II-Conventional I Day 3
(THEORY) Papers Mechanical Engineering Paper
3Hrs 200
( )*** 
General ‘bility Test (Part ‘:
General English)(Part B: 2 Hrs 200 Day 1
General Studies)
I-Objective Papers
Electrical Engineering Paper I 2Hrs 200
Day 2
III-Electrical Electrical Engineering Paper
2Hrs 200
Electrical Engineering Paper I 3Hrs 200
II-Conventional Day 3
(THEORY) Papers Electrical Engineering Paper
3Hrs 200
( )*** 
General ‘bility Test (Part ‘:
General English)(Part B: 2 Hrs 200 Day 1
General Studies)
Electronics &
I-Objective Papers Telecommunication 2Hrs 200 Day 2
Engineering Paper I
Electronics &
IV-Electronics & Telecommunication 2Hrs 200
Telecommunication Engineering Paper II
Electronics &
Telecommunication 3Hrs 200 Day 3
II-Conventional Engineering Paper I
(THEORY) Papers Electronics &
Telecommunication 3Hrs 200
Engineering Paper II
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¢ The Objective Type papers will be evaluated first and evaluation of the Conventional Type
papers will be done only of those candidates who obtain the minimum qualifying marks in
Objective type papers, as fixed by the Commission.
¢ Candidates are permitted to bring and use battery operated pocket calculators for
Conventional (THEORY) papers only. Candidates are NOT permitted to use calculators for
answering Objective papers. They should not, therefore, bring the same inside the
Examination Hall.

m  : The candidates who qualify the written examination move to stage 2. This stage is a
Personality test carrying a maximum of 200 marks. The Personality Test assesses the candidate's
capacity for leadership, initiative and intellectual curiosity, tact and other social qualities, mental and
physical energy, powers of practical application and integrity of character.

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