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Can you tell me if I can get job in Indian Railways after clearing Indian Engineering Services (IES) exam as I want to be sure about it before applying for it?
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Old 1st July 2020, 03:50 PM
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Default Re: Jobs In Railway-IES Indian Engineering Services

Indian Engineering Services (IES) exam, also known as Engineering Services Examination (ESE), is a national level recruitment exam organised by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

It is conducted to recruit candidates for engineering positions for the various departments working under the Government of India. It is conducted for four branches of engineering namely:

Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering


Departments Allocation via IES/ ESE Exam

Civil Engineering
AEE in P&T building works Group-A Services
AEE in Border Road Engg. Services GR-A
Central Engineering Service
Central Engineering Service (Roads) Group-A
Central Water Engineering Service
Indian Railway Service of Engineers
Indian Defence Service of Engineers
Indian Railway Stores Service
Indian Ordnance Factories Services

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
Assistant Naval Store Officer Grade-I in Indian Navy
Assistant Executive Engineer in Corps of EME, Ministry of Defence
Central Power Engineering Service (E&T Posts)
Engineer GCS Group A in WPC/MO(M/O Communication & IT)
Indian Railway Service of Signal Engineers
Indian Railway Stores Service
Indian Telecom Service Group-A
Indian Inspection Service Group A (E&T Posts)
Indian Supply Service Group A (E&T Posts)
Indian Ordnance Factories Services
Indian Naval Armament Service

Electrical Engineering
Assistant Naval Store Officer Grade-I in Indian Navy
Assistant Executive Engineer in Corps of EME, Ministry of Defence
Central Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Service (Electrical Post)
Central Power Engineering Service (Electrical Post)
Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers
Indian Railway Stores Service
Indian Defence Service of Engineers(Electrical Posts)
Indian Ordnance Factories Services
Indian Supply Service Group A (Electrical Posts)
Indian Naval Armament Service

Mechanical Engineering
Assistant Executive Engineer Group A Geological Survey of India
Assistant Naval Store Officer Grade-I in Indian Navy
Assistant Executive Engineer in Corps of EME, Ministry of Defence
Central Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Service (Mechanical Post)
Central Water Engineering Service Group-A (Mechanical Post)
Central Power Engineering Service (Mechanical Post)
Central Engineering Service (Roads) Group-A
Indian Railway Service of Mechanical Engineers
Indian Railway Stores Service
Indian Defence Service of Engineers
Indian Ordnance Factories Services
Indian Inspection Service Group A
Indian Supply Service Group A (Mechanical Posts)
Indian Naval Armament Service


IES Selection Procedure 2020

IES ESE Selection Procedure is conducted in the following three stages:


Stage 1 - IES Prelims Exam
The Engineering Preliminary exam is the screening test to qualify for the IES mains exam.
The questions asked in the IES prelims exam are objective questions (MCQs).
In it, there will be two papers, one is General Studies for 200 marks and the other is engineering paper (according to candidate’s choice - Mechanical, Electrical, Civil and Electronics, and Telecommunications) for 300 marks.


Stage 2 - IES Mains Exam
One who qualifies prelims will appear for the IES mains exam.
In the IES mains exam, there are two conventional papers based on one’s engineering discipline - Mechanical, Electrical, Civil and Electronics, and Telecommunications.
In the IES mains exam, UPSC tests the candidates engineering knowledge deeply. There will be 300 marks for each paper.


Stage 3 - IES Interview/ Personality Test
The Interview/Personality test which is attended by one whose name appears in the merit list prepared on the basis of the Mains.

The outcome will be based on reports analysis or marks scored in the final round or through an aggregate evaluation of the three rounds.
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