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    arun kumar saxena
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    My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    Sir,my two daughter is student of B.tech (computer) &B.tech (IT). please advise that they are eligbile for Indian Engieering Services.





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    Rahul kuntala
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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    No, they are not eligible for IES being Computer background students. They must be from the following streams to write IES exams.

    Civil Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering
    Electrical Engineering
    Electronics & telecommunication Engineering

    Scheme of Examination:
    Written Exam
    Paper I (Objective) General Ability Test
    Paper II & III (Objective) is on your subject
    Paper IV & V ( conventional ) will focus in detail on your specialization subject

    Total of 1000 marks

    Personality Test will be conducted for 200 marks

    Papers

    General English 100 marks
    General Studies 100 marks
    General Economics-I 200 marks
    General Economics-II 200 marks
    General Economics-III 200 marks
    Indian Economics 200 marks



    Age limits:
    Your age should be between 21 to 30years.
    For SC/ST - 21 to 35years
    For OBC -21 to 33years
    For PD - 21 to 40years




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    anuj21jan
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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    hi,
    sorry ur child are not eligible for the IES exam.
    as IES have no division for IT services.

    but they are eligible for civil services , they can prepare for it.

    and if u want them to for technical exams,
    then there are PSU's for them
    1.BEL
    2.ECIL
    3.EIL
    4.BARC(THROUGH GATE AND DIRECT WRITTEN)
    5.ONGC
    AND MANY OTHERS

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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    Hello sir,
    sorry to say that your sons are not eligible to write IES exam.

    The educational qualification for IES :
    must complete engineering in any of the following branches : CIVIL, MECHANICAL, EEE & ECE.

    all the best.

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    Lightbulb Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    sir ,yes they can apply for the exam. conditions for this exam are that they have attained age of 21 years and should not attained 30 years.
    2. they should have a bacheoler degree.

    for more informataion kindly visit the link http://www.iwinacademy.com/competiti...igibility.aspx
    thankyou.

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    Thumbs up Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    Hi Mr. A.K. Saxena,


    I am glad to hear that Your Sons and you too Interested in IES examination.

    But to your grief, They are NOT eligible for IES examinations.

    WHY??

    It's because They are not from Core trade. Only few Trades of B.tech are allowed for IES examinations.

    Those trades are :

    >> Mechanical Engineering

    >> Civil Engineering

    >> Electrical and Electronics

    >> Electronics and Communication /Electronics and Telecommunication

    Well dont worry, There are few Governmental Agencies which accepts these trades guys only .

    It is NIC which employs CS/IT stdudents.



    They are eligible for these UPSC conducted examinations :

    >> Civil services

    >> IFS

    >> SCRA(if age less than 24)

    >> CDSE

    >> Geologist examination

    >> Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Examination

    >> Central Police Forces (Assistant Commandants) Examination

    Best of Luck to your Sons!!

    Hope it helps!!
    ~Punj~


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    ajju23
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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    yes sir,offcourse they are eligible to write IES exam...

    eligibilty for IES exam is:

    Age Limit :Age must be more than 21 years and less than 30 years. The upper age relaxation for SC, ST, Government servants is 5 years; for OBC is 3 years and for physically challenged is 10 years.

    Nationality :The applicant must be citizen of India, subject of Nepal, Bhutan, Tibetan refugee, Indian origin who have migrated from selected countries in order to settle in India permanently.

    Educational Qualification egree in Engineering, final year students can also apply on provisional basis. Additionally, the candidates have to be physically fit as per the guidelines of UPSC.

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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    Hello . . .

    Yes . . .B.Tech CSE & IT Graduates are eligible for applying IES Exam .

    IES stands for Indian Engineering Services Examination.

    It is conducted every year . . .

    The Engineering Services Examination is conducted by the UPSC for the recruitment to the four categories of engineering services:


    Civil Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering

    Electronics & telecommunication Engineering




    Good Luck

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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    Dear friend,
    Ma'am if your children have done their degree in Computer and IT respectively then

    they are not eligible for IES exam.



    IES examination is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission for recruitment of the engineers to the many departments like railways etc.

    Eligibility for the IES exam:

    1.In order to attend the exam, you have to pass the engineering graduation in any disciplines.

    2.you should have studied Mechanical, Electronics and Tele-Communication, Civil or Electrical Engineering.

    3.If you are a Postgraduates in Science streams then you can also attend the test.

    4.Your age should be above 21 and below 30 years.


    Recruitment on the results of this examination will be made to the services/posts under the following

    categories and students who has done their degree from following disciplines are eligible for IES :



    Civil Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering

    Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering


    best of lk...

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    navjotsidhupamal
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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    hello friend..!!!

    ->as your child are doing b.tech in computers and other is doing b.tech in information technology and you are asking about the Indian Engineering Exams then i will tell you that your children give the entrance exams for civil services that is CDS.

    ->CDS is one of the civil service exam for various civil services like
    1.Indian Military
    2.Indian Air Force
    3.Indian Navy

    ->you should be eligible for it .
    ->you should be an Indian.
    ->your age should lies between 16.5 to 19 years.
    ->marks in graduation should be more than 60 %.

    ->your children can give the entrance exam after b.tech i.e.
    1.GATE for m.tech
    2.CAT for MBA
    3.GRE for M.Tech in abroad.
    4.GMATE for MBA in abroad.

    ->There are lot of opportunities in Industry. After completing your B.Tech. you can apply in various companies and other govt. sectors. You can apply in one of the following:

    1. DRDO

    2. ECIL

    3. BEL

    4. HPCL

    5. BHEL

    6. IOCL

    7. Indian Railway


    thank u!!

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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    hello sir,
    IES is conducted by UPSC..

    The following stream will eligible for IES.
    1.ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING.
    2. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.
    3. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING.
    4. CIVIL ENGINEERING.

    So COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Student are not eligible for IES exam.

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    tanveersandhu
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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?



    Indian Engineering Services(IES) are very prestigious and are among the Indian Civil services.
    They provide lot of benefits to the Person status wise and financially.

    My dear friend your daughters can not go for the IES because:

    --> They must have the Indian Nationality.
    --> They must be aging between 21-30 years for General category. 21-33 for OBC and 21-35 for SC/ST category.
    --> They must have completed their Graduation degree i.e B.Tech before going into the IES
    --> The Graduation i.e B.Tech must be in the following Streams:
    --> Mechanical Engineering
    --> Electronics and Communication
    --> Civil Engineering
    --> Electrical Engineering


    So i am really sorry to say that your daughters are not eligible for IES(Indian Engineering Services) because they belong to the IT and CSE stream.

    For more details about IES visit the following UPSC (Union Public Service Commision) website:

    --> http://www.upsc.gov.in

    Regards
    tanveersandhu.

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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    Hello my dear friend,



    sorry but your sons are not eligible for the ies exam

    i would like to tell you that ies is conducted only over four category in india,

    which are as follows:::

    Category I

    Civil Engineering
    Category II

    Mechanical Engineering
    Category III

    Electrical Engineering
    Category IV

    Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

    some of the other eligblity criteria is shown as follows::::

    ## you should have studied Mechanical, Electronics and Tele-Communication, Civil or Electrical Engineering.

    ## In order to attend the exam, you have to pass the engineering graduation in any disciplines.

    ## Your age should be above 21 and below 30 years.


    ## If you are a Postgraduates in Science streams then you can also attend the test.

    cutoff for various branches are shown in figure below:

    with regards
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    vikash kumar prajapati
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    Re: My two childs are studying B.Tech (Computers) and B.Tech (IT) respectively. Are they eligible for Indian Engineering Services exam?

    The necessary eligibility that your children should posses for appearing in this exam are:-

    >>Your children age should be between 21 years to 30 years.
    >>A degree in engineering from recognized university.
    >>Their degree should be approved from the AICTE/AIMA.

    The application fee for IES exam is Rs 100 and no fee required for SC/ST/Physically handicapped persons.

    The candidates having following engineering streams can only appear in this exam.
    These are:-

    >>Mechanical .
    >>Electrical.
    >>Civil.
    >>Electronics and communication.
    >>Manufacturing.
    >>Planning.
    etc.

    In this exam,the candidate who have done engineering through computer science/Information technology are not eligible for appearing in this exam.
    Thus your children will not be eligible for appearing in this exam,but they will eligible for other government exams.


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