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Old 9th August 2016, 04:04 PM
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Default Re: UPSC IES General Studies Syllabus

Apart from General Awareness and General English, there will be separate papers for every discipline i.e. Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering. Questions for each discipline will be from the third year or fourth year engineering syllabus of B.E/B.Tech examination.

UPSC Engineering Services Syllabus for General Ability Test

General English:

• Fill in the Blanks.
• Sentence Improvement.
• Synonyms.
• Restructuring Passage.
• Antonyms.
• Comprehension.
• Spotting Errors.
• Selecting Words etc.

General Studies:
• Geography – India.
• Indian Constitution.
• Economic Scene.
• History – India.
• Culture & Heritage.
• Sports.
• General Polity.
• Scientific Research.
• Current Events – International & National etc.

Civil Syllabus
Paper-I:

• Building Materials.
• Structural Analysis.
• Solid Mechanics.
• Design of Concrete and Masonry Structures.
• Design of Steel Structures.
• Construction Practice, Planning and Management.
Paper-II:
• Fluid Mechanics, Open Channel, Flow, Pipe Flow.
• Hydrology.
• Hydraulic Machines and Hydropower.
• Environmental Engineering:
• Water Resources Engineering.
• Waste Water Engineering.
• Water Supply Engineering.
• Air and Noise Pollution and Ecology.
• Solid Waste Management.
• Foundation Engineering.
• Surveying.
• Soil Mechanics.
• Transportation Engineering.

Mechanical Engineering Syllabus
Paper-I:
• Thermodynamics.
• Fluid Machinery and Stream Generators.
• Fluid Mechanics.
Paper-II:
• Theory of Machines.
• Strength of Materials.
• Machine Design.
• Production Engineering.
• Industrial Engineering.
• Engineering Materials.
• Elements of Computation.

ESE Electrical Engineering Syllabus
Paper-I:

• KM Theory.
• Electrical Circuits.
• Electrical Materials.
• Control Systems.
• Measurements and Instrumentation.
Paper-II:
• Electrical Machines and Power Transformers.
• Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits.
• Power Systems.
• Communication Systems.
• Microprocessors.
• AC regulators.
• Power Electronics.

Syllabus for Electronics & Telecommunication
Paper-I:

• Materials and components.
• Signals and Systems.
• Physical Electronics, Electron Devices and ICs.
• Electromagnetic Theory.
• Network Theory.
• Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation.

Paper-II:
• Analog Electronic Circuits.
• Control Systems.
• Digital Electronic Circuits.
• Microwave Engineering.
• Communication Systems.
• Computer Engineering.
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