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  • A must for IES appearing candidate 2014:

    A must for IES appearing candidate 2014:
    India’ s greatest examination for engineers The IES exam for the year 2014 will be held on 20th, 21th and, 22nd june, 2014 by UPSC. With the examination knocking at the door here are some of the most important and useful tips which can really help to crack the exam with flying colours. For every examinations its mandatory to start with the exam pattern and must be familiar with it.

    The pattern for IES examination 2014 are as follow:

    Total marks: 1,200

    Written test:Total marks: 1,000
    Type: Descriptive and objective
    Number of days: 3 days
    Number of hours: 10 hours
    Engineering discipline to be chosen from the following - Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.

    Paper - I (200 Marks)
    Type: Objective
    Subjects: General Ability Test, Part A: General English

    Paper - II (200 Marks)
    Type: Objective
    Subjects: Civil Engineering / Mechanical Engineering / Electrical Engineering / Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

    Paper - III (200 Marks)
    Type: Objective
    Subjects: Civil Engineering / Mechanical Engineering / Electrical Engineering / Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering.

    Paper - IV (200 Marks)
    Type: Objective
    Subjects: General Ability Test

    Paper - V (200 Marks)
    Type: Conventional (Subjective)
    Subjects: Civil Engineering / Mechanical Engineering / Electrical Engineering / Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Part A: General English

    Some valuable tips:
    1. it’s not wise to start a new topic instead revise the topics you have already prepared.
    2. the short cut techniques should be handy as they alone will help you to solve the numerical problems which are a time taking process.
    3. Keep an eye on the current affairs, especially that happened in the past one year, to get more marks in General Ability paper.
    4. For remembering definitions, try studying from flash cards.
    5. Try few mock tests which are also available online.
    6. Refer to past question papers as it will give you an idea of what to expect and also familiarize the pattern of occurrence of the questions.
    7. solve as many past year questions as possible.

    Wishing you a very good luck .