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UPSC Indian Engineering Service Exam Previous Year Question Paper
UPSC Indian Engineering Service Exam Previous Year Question Paper
  • Indian Engineering Services Exam, 2013

Engineering Services Exam, 2013 
General Ability Test
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

 

  • Indian Engineering Services Exam, 2012

Engineering Services Exam, 2012 
General Ability Test
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

 

  • Indian Engineering Services Exam, 2011

Engineering Services Exam, 2011  
General Ability Test
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

 

  • Indian Engineering Services Exam, 2010

Engineering Services Exam, 2010
General Ability Test
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

 

  • Indian Engineering Services Exam, 2009

Engineering Services Exam, 2009  
General Ability Test
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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What is Indian Engineering Services:

Indian Engineering Services are the civil services that meet the technical and managerial functions of the Government of India. Like most countries, the Government of India recruits its civil servants and officials on the basis of merit, the middle management positions in the bureaucracy are filled through competitive exams. Large number of candidates take these exams, competing for limited posts. IES officers are selected by the union government on the recommendations made by the Union Public Service Commission. A combined four-stage competitive examination (comprising six tests), called the Engineering Services Examination (ESE) is conducted for recruitment to the Indian Engineering Services.

IES remain the most sought-after careers for the engineering graduates in India.ESE is therefore considered as the toughest exam in India and among the toughest in the world due to less number of posts and its technical nature. Most toppers of this exam are graduates of institutes like the Indian Institutes of Technology and Indian Institute of Science. Because of this difficult selection procedure, IES officers carry high respect and stature in society and are able to manage activities in diverse areas. Government spending comprises more than 15 percent of India’s GDP and given the extent of tasks and functions managed by the public sector, this extends to a fairly broad segment of the economy covering the railways, roads, defense, manufacturing, inspection, supply, construction, public works, power, telecommunications, etc. All appointments to the Group A services are made by the President of India.

IES Officers are selected under some categories which are given below:

  • Civil Engineering

Group A Services:

(i) Indian Railway Service of Engineers
(ii) Indian Railway Stores Service
(iii) Central Engineering Service
(iv) Indian Defense Service of Engineers
(v) Indian Ordnance Factories Service (IOFS)
(vi) Central Water Engineering
(vii) Central Engineering Service (Roads)
(viii) Border Roads Engineering Service
  • Mechanical Engineering

Group A Services:

(i) Indian Railway Service of Mechanical Engineers
(ii) Indian Railway Stores Service
(iii) Central Water Engineering
(iv) Central Power Engineering Service (Central Electricity Authority)
(v) Indian Ordnance Factories Service (IOFS)
(vi) Indian Naval Armament Service
(vii) Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (EME), a branch in the Indian Army
(viii) Indian Navy
(ix) Central Electrical & Mechanical Engineering Service (Central Public Works Department)
(x) Border Roads Engineering Service
(xi) Indian Supply Service (Directorate General of Supply and Disposals)
(xii)Indian Defence Service of Engineers
(xiii) Central Engineering Service (Roads)
  • Electrical Engineering

Group A Services:

(i) Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers
(ii) Indian Railway Stores Service
(iii) Central Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Service (Central Public Works Department)
(iv) Indian Naval Armament Service
(v) Indian Ordnance Factories Service (IOFS)
(vi) Central Power Engineering Service (Central Electricity Authority)
(vii) Indian Defence Service of Engineers
(viii) Indian Navy
(ix) Indian Supply Service (Directorate General of Supply and Disposals)
(x) Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (EME), a branch in the Indian Army
  • Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Group A Services:

(i) Indian Railway Service of Signal Engineers
(ii) Indian Railway Stores Service
(iii) Indian Inspection Service
(iv) Indian Naval Armament Service
(v) Indian Ordnance Factories Service (IOFS)
(vi) Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (EME), a branch in the Indian Army
(vii) Wireless Planning and Co-ordination Wing
(viii) Indian Navy
(ix) Indian Supply Service (Directorate General of Supply and Disposals)
(x) Indian Telecommunication Service

Career Progression

  • At the time of selection – Assistant Executive Engineer / Assistant Works Manager / Assistant Director.
  • after 3–4 years of service (including probation period) – Executive Engineer / Works Manager / Deputy Director (equivalent to Under Secretary to Government of India).
  • after 8 years of service – Superintending Engineer / Deputy General Manager / Joint Director (equivalent to Deputy Secretary to Government of India).
  • after 13 years of service – Chief Engineer level-2 / Joint General Manager (equivalent to Director to Government of India).
  • after 20 years of service – Chief Engineer / Additional General Manager (equivalent to Joint Secretary to Government of India).
  • after 30 years of service – Engineer-in-Chief / Senior General Manager (equivalent to Additional Secretary to Government of India).
  • after 34 years of service – Chairman / Director General / Managing Director (equivalent to Secretary to Government of India).

Promotions are subjected to availability of vacancies and may take more time than mentioned above. The age of superannuation is 60 years for all civil servants in India.

  • Functions of the officers

The nature of work performed by these bureaucrats largely depends on their engineering branch and the service or cadre they are recruited in. However, they can move to any cadre, organisation, agency, department, ministry or PSU of the Government of India. They are appointed in the posts analogous to their present one, either on deputation basis which is of a fixed tenure (at least 5 years and extensible) after which the officer returns to their parent cadre or on absorption basis where the official leaves the parent cadre and is “absorbed” permanently into the new cadre.

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