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    Can a BE Chemical student appear in IES Exams?

    Respected sir,
    can B.E. CHEMICAL student appear in IES exams . . .
    sir pl inform me about my query on my mail address.
    mmdronkar@gmail.com
    m waiting 4 ur respone . . . .





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    shermin
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    Re: Can a BE Chemical student appear in IES Exams?

    The eligibility for IES exam is as follows:

    -Degree in engineering.
    -Age limit: 21-30yrs.

    So,you can apply for the exam.
    For details,you can visit the UPSC website.
    www.upsc.gov.in




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    ashok.ch
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    Re: Can a BE Chemical student appear in IES Exams?

    No,chemical Engineering students are not eligible for Indian Engineering Service exam.
    Eligibility criteria for Indian Engineering Service exam:
    Education qualification:
    Candidate should have complete graduation degree in Engineering with Mechanical/Civil/Electric stream.
    Age limit:
    Age should be between 21 to 30 years.

    Indian Engineering Service exam notification for this year:
    Issue of application form from 25th Feb 2012 to 24th March 2012.
    Exam will held on 15th June 2012.

    For more details,then see this attachment
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    jxsab
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    Unhappy Re: Can a BE Chemical student appear in IES Exams?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Respected sir,
    can B.E. CHEMICAL student appear in IES exams . . .
    sir pl inform me about my query on my mail address.
    mmdronkar@gmail.com
    m waiting 4 ur respone . . . .
    IES - Indian Engineering Service

    IES exam is conducted for candidates to join in Indian Engineering Organizations of Government of India.

    For applying for this exam the candidates must hold some eligibility conditions such as:

    Candidates should have done their graduation in B.E/B.tech in the following departments:

    Civil Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering

    Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering


    Candidates who are writing their final degree exam can also apply for the IES Exam.

    Being a B.E Chemical student you don't hold chances for applying for this exam as you don't satisfy the education qualification which is framed by IES.

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    ANIAAAAANNNNNIIIII00000
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    Re: Can a BE Chemical student appear in IES Exams?

    Dear friend,
    Yes you can appear in IES exam, there is no problem with it,but the problem is that according to IES syllabus you will not have subjects from Chemical Engineering.So you have to choose subjects from the below listed stream -----
    1>Mechanical Engineering
    2>Civil Engineering
    3>Electrical Engineering
    4>Electronics Engineering
    All the best

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    chetankonde943
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    Re: Can a BE Chemical student appear in IES Exams?

    Hi friend,

    I am very sorry to say that you arent eligible as chemical engineers are not recruited.
    IES-Indian engineering services exam is conducted every year by UPSC for recruitment of engineers.
    The engineers are selected only from the fields:

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

    ELIGIBILITY:

    1.A graduate in engineering in Mechanical , civil , ECE, EEE

    2.Age eligibility is between 21 and 30

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    litunu
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    Re: Can a BE Chemical student appear in IES Exams?

    Eligibility criteria for Indian Engineering Service exam:
    Education qualification:
    Candidate should have complete graduation degree in Engineering with Mechanical/Civil/Electric stream.
    Age limit:
    Age should be between 21 to 30 years.

    Indian Engineering Service exam notification for this year:
    Issue of application form from 25th Feb 2012 to 24th March 2012.
    Exam will held on 15th June 2012.

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