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    sagar patni is offline Junior Member
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    Am i eligible for IES exam being a production engineer?

    hello sir m pursing b.tech from production engineering department.so can i apply for IES exam from mechanical engineering???

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    BISWARUPYOGI is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Am i eligible for IES exam being a production engineer?

    No , Production Engineer are not applicable for IES exam .

    IES exam is conducted by UPSC in once time in year.

    If you have completed engineering discipline in following departments then you are eligible for IES exam

    1.Civil Engineering
    2.Electrical Engineering
    3.Mechanical engineering.
    4.Electronics and Communication Engineering.

    The applicant age should between 21 yrs to 30 yrs.Age relaxation is provide for SC/ST/OBC candidate.Final year student also eligible for IES exam .

    For more details you can visit to www.upsc.gov.in

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    sah.alok is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Am i eligible for IES exam being a production engineer?

    Hello

    Yes you are very much applicable for the IES exams being a production engineer.

    You are applicable for applying in the IES being a production,any candidate having a B.TECH degree in any stream can apply for the IES,but the biggest problem that persists there is that you will have to apply under four category,that is you will have to study the four following subjects in order to apply.

    ~civil.
    ~Mechanical.
    ~Electronics and Telecommunication.
    ~Electrical

    It really does not matter that which stream do you have your degree of B.TECH ,but for IES you will have to apply for the above mentioned four category if you want to apply for the IES exams.

    For clearing your details visit the given below link.
    http://upsc.gov.in/general/faq.htm

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    Re: Am i eligible for IES exam being a production engineer?

    Quote Originally Posted by sagar patni View Post
    hello sir m pursing b.tech from production engineering department.so can i apply for IES exam from mechanical engineering???
    IES Eligibility Criteria

    Educational Qualifications :


    Degree in :
    Electrical Engineering
    Electronics & Communications Engineering
    Civil Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering

    or equivalent degree from recognized universities.

    M.Sc. degree or equivalent with Wireless Communication, Electronics, Radio Physics or Radio Engineering as a special subject is also acceptable for certain posts.
    Students of final year Engineering or equivalent degree are also eligible.

    So, yes you are eligible for IES exam.

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    Re: Am i eligible for IES exam being a production engineer?


    Yes dear , you are eligible for the IES exam having done Production Engineering.

    For the IES exam the criterion's needed to be satisfied are-

    1.You should have completed B.Tech in any of the following stream from a recognized university-
    a>civil engineering.
    b>Production engineering.
    c>Mechanical Engineering.
    d>Electronics and Telecommunication.
    e>Electrical engineering.

    2.the age limit for the exam is 21 to 30 years.

    3.there are age relaxation for reserved category as per government norms.


    the question paper for mechanical and production engineering candidates will be the same.


    the paper pattern of the IES exam is given below-




    GOOD LUCK

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    Re: Am i eligible for IES exam being a production engineer?

    Sorry!
    You have completed your engineering in Production engineering , which is not listed in UPSC for eligibility for IES examination.

    You are not eligible to apply for IES examination being Production engineer.


    But , you can apply for Civil service examination with your Graduation.
    Age limits to apply are:
    General-21 years to 30 years with 04 attempts.
    OBC-21 years to 33 years with 07 attempts.
    SC/ST-21 years to 35 years with unlimited attempts.

    >>>Selection Process of Civil Services:
    1.Preliminary Examination(Objective type)
    2.Mais Examination (Essay type)
    3.Preliminary Examination.

    ***But also comparing with IES examination, syllabus of Civil services is achier to get achievement...

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    Re: Am i eligible for IES exam being a production engineer?

    Hi..

    Yes dear you are surely eligible to apply for ies exam being a production engineer.

    To apply for this exam you need to complete your graduation (b.tech) in following streams:

    >civil engineering

    >mechanical engineering

    >production engineering

    > electronic engineering

    >communication engineering

    age criteria :

    Minimum age - 21 years.

    Maximum age - 30 years.

    Good luck

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    Re: Am i eligible for IES exam being a production engineer?

    IES stands for iNDIAN ENGINEERING SERVICE this exam is conducted by the UPSC

    Educational Qualifications :

    You should have degree among following degree :
    Electrical Engineering
    Electronics & Communications Engineering
    Civil Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering

    Students of final year Engineering or equivalent degree are also eligible.

    Age Limit:
    Your age should be between minimum 21 years and maximum 30 years.
    Age Relaxation: upper age limit of 30 years is relaxable upto 35 years in the case of Government Servants of certain categories.

    Thanks..

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    Re: Am i eligible for IES exam being a production engineer?



    Hello dude!

    It depends on the department in which you have completed b.tech.Because only selected branches are eligible for writing the exam.IES means Indian Engineering services examination.The Eligibility details for this examination are as follows:

    * Candidates must have completed GRADUATION in ENGINEERING with at least 60% of marks.

    *[COLOR="purple"]They must have completed Engineering in any of the following disciplines.They are:
    1.Electronics and communication.
    2.Mechanical.
    3.Electrical.
    4.Computer science.

    Must have 21 years of Age.

    * Maximum 30 years of age for General category students.

    * Age relaxation is provided for Reserved categories.

    * 5 years for SC/ST categories.

    * 3 years for OBC categories.

    * 10 years for PH categories.

    The above mentioned are the eligibility details of IES Exam.

    The Examination pattern for the exam consists of two parts,one part consists of two sections in which one contains objective question and the other consists of conventional papers.There will be negative marking for the objective questions.The Part II consists of personality test for 200 marks and this test is for the candidates who are qualified in the written test only.

    HOPE THE INFORMATION HELPED YOU AND ALL THE BEST.

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    Re: Am i eligible for IES exam being a production engineer?

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