IES (ESE) 2019 Exam Date
IES (ESE) 2019 exam is conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) is a national level recruitment exam. By these exam graduate candidates are selected to work in Government sector. The selected candidates could find placements in any government organization anywhere in the country. About 588 posts are needed to fill up by the UPSC ESE/IES Examination. The aspiring candidates can visit the official website to learn in detail about UPSC IES/ESE 2019-20. UPSC ESE 2019 will only be for 4 engineering disciplines.
- Civil Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Electronics and Telecommunication engineering
This year IES 2019 written exam will be General Studies and Engineering Aptitude (GS & EA). Engineering objective paper 1 and engineering objective paper 2. When you clear first stage there will be Mains exam in which conventional paper 1 and conventional paper 2 will be held. After clearing, the Mains exam interview will be held and then the medical exam will be done. After that final merit list will be prepared. The complete process of IES exam will involve 3 stages: Preliminary Test, Main Test, and Personal Interview qualifying all three guarantees final recruitment. The official notification for the ESE 2019 will be released in September 2018.
ESE 2019 Exam Dates:
|Application Form Date||September 2018|
|Last Date||October 2018|
|Admit card date (Preliminary exam)||December 2018|
|Exam Date (Preliminary exam)||January 2019|
|Result Date (Preliminary exam)||February 2019|
|Admit Card (Mains Exam)||May 2019|
|Exam Date (Mains Exam)||July 2019|
|Result Date (Mains Exam)||August 2019|
|Interview Date||September 2019|
|Final result||November 2019|
ESE 2018 (Preliminary) exam will be conducted in the 1st week of January 2019 while the Mains examination will be held in the 1st week of July 2019.
The medium of IES/ESE exam: Question paper for ESE exam 2019 will be completely based in English Language only.
The mode of answering: ESE 2019 is divided into 2 stages. Both Preliminary and Mains are Pen-Paper based exams.