FAQFrequently Asked Questions
I have completed my B.Tech, in C.S Branch. Am I eligible for ESE?
Yes, you are eligible for IES. There are 4 streams to appear, i.e. Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical and Civil. Appearing from Electronics is advisable as it is the closest branch .Similarly, Production & Industrial students can appear of Mechanical, Instrumentation students can appear from Electronics.
I have completed my AMIE, so can I apply for GATE or IES Exam?
Yes, you can apply for GATE and IES exams.
What is the percentage criteria to appear for ESE?
There is no percentage criteria required to appear for ESE examination. Candidate having degree of B.E/B.Tech or equivalent is eligible.
How many attempts are available for IES exam?
There are NO attempt limits for IES exam. Until you are within the maximum age limit of 30 years for GEN, 33 years for OBC, 35 for SC/ST candidates, you are eligible to appear for IES.
Who conducts GATE Exam?
GATE exam is conducted by IISC Bangalore in association with any one of the seven old IIT’s.
What is the age criteria to appear for GATE Exam?
There is NO age criteria to appear for GATE exam.
What are Numerical Data type questions in GATE Exam?
These are the questions which do not have multiple choice options (i.e. a, b, c, d). Instead, these are fill in the blanks questions, where real values have to be entered on the virtual keypad displayed on the monitor by using mouse.
What is the validity of the GATE score card?
The GATE score card is valid up to 3 years from the date of result.
When does PSU companies recruit?
PSUs recruit all throughout the year; there is no specific timetable for recruitment process as such. And, it depends on the requirement of PSUs, whenever they have a requirement; they come up with recruitment drive.
What is the exam pattern for PSUs?
The exam pattern varies from company to company. Generally written exam consists of technical subjects, English, current affairs. Those students who qualify written exam will be called for Group Discussions followed by Interviews.