5th of January, 2023

How to prepare for IES?

Now a day life’s scenario is different so the challenges are different if you follow this rule you can crack the IES exam on the first attempt. What not to do is more important than what to do, pay attention, golden statement can change your life. 

  • Can you switch off your mobile for the period of one year and use another mobile only for an emergency cut to cut calls,
  • Can you meditate daily for one hour? Focusing on your inhale and exhale breath, heartbeat voice, and going depth in your body searching various voices
  • Can you transform your sexual energy into workable energy? Not to lose the most powerful energy. 
  • Can you plan only your PLAN A?  Do not switch your brain to PLAN B.
  • Can you use mathematics rules to prepare a strategy? Target counted days, Target counted questions, and make exam hall at home 
  • Can you eat healthy? Very important is a healthy mind, health is wealth now is the time to prove this.

Now we have to understand IES.

About Engineering Services. This examination is administered by Indian Engineering Services (ESE) to engineers who wish to serve as Class-I Officers for the Indian Government. The engineering branch they work in and the service or cadre they were recruited into greatly influence the type of work. This job has a high social standing and is very lucrative. The opening is for an assistant position. In the case of railroads, the hierarchy starts with a divisional engineer and extends all the way to the chairman of the railway board. 

Branches that can take the IES ESE Exam. 

Mechanical Engineering 

CIVIL Engineering 

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

ESE Exam Pattern This exam covers many stages:

1st stage Prelims: 500 Marks 

2nd stage Mains: 600 Marks 

3rd stage Interview: 200 marks 

Overall covers Total Marks= 1300 Marks

What are the different government agencies which offer Group "A" jobs?  

Border Roads Engineering Service for Border Roads. 

Central Engineering Service ( CPWD)Engineering Services for Central Water (Central Water Commission).

Central Engineering Service (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways). Indian Ordnance Factories Service (IOFS)

Military Engineer Services, or Indian Defense Service of Engineers. Engineers of Indian Railway Service.

Indian Railway Stores Service.

India Service survey.

Military Engineering Services (QS & C) 

P & T Building Works Service (DoT, Ministry of Communication & Information Technology)

ESE preparation plan.

Syllabus and Subject-Wise Weighting of Subjects, 

 Step 1. Before beginning your preparation, read the syllabus carefully. Examine the subjects' weights as well and keep them in mind. Some subjects in civil engineering carry a combined weight of about 80%. These topics include building materials, fluid mechanics, environmental engineering, soil mechanics, and strength of materials. A respectable score on both exams is possible if you cover these topics. 

Step 2. Choose quality reading material and study guides for the GATE. To begin your preparation, choose reputable books and study materials

Step 3. Recognize the topics from the sample questions from last year. The majority of the ESE questions are theoretical and conceptual, so having a solid foundation in your fundamentals is a requirement for answering these questions. To gain knowledge of UPSC questions, practice previous years' questions. Keep in mind that some of the previous years' questions repeat directly in the exam because UPSC always provides tricky options in which you can easily get caught. 

Step 4. Make a strict schedule if you want to stay on track. Setting daily, weekly, and monthly goals will help you get better results for the same amount of work.

Step 5: Planning your strategy. It's best to start your study process with a simple subject. To finish the subject, read every topic and subtopic. It would be best if you started reading daily Insights news stories only in preparation for the preliminary exams. Make notes for each subject so that you can cover all crucial distinctions, formulas, and definitions. After understanding each chapter, practice the conceptual questions from the previous year. Don't waste your time reading numerous books because the ESE previous year's questions are enough to prepare you. To assess your knowledge of each topic and subject, try the practice exams or quizzes. Clear up all of your questions while you're studying. To compare your performance with others, discuss your doubts with your friends and practice tests/quizzes. When preparing for quizzes and tests, identify your weak areas and make an effort to only review and practice those subjects.

 Step 6: routine revisions. To regularly remember the ideas of the prepared subjects, read the revision notes on a weekly basis. Your need to review will gradually decrease as you can use the concepts you learned elsewhere. 

Step 7: Practice exams. There are two methods for testing your knowledge. Daily self-practice is one method, and taking practice exams online is another. Plan your subsequent course of action based on your performance on the practice exams. 

Step 8: Final revision. Spend more time on the parts of a particular subject that you found to be weak during your practice exams. Every day, you can practice two to three tests while attempting to remember all the concepts.

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