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February 20th, 2017, 08:02 AM
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Re: Syllabus of UPSC Engineering Services Examination

Hi I am interested in having the information about the IES examination as well as the pattern of the IES examination and also the syllabus?
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February 20th, 2017, 08:05 AM
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Re: Syllabus of UPSC Engineering Services Examination

IES (Indian Engineering Services) the hardest and the most looked for after professions for the Engineering graduates in India. It goes under common administrations which meet the administrative and specialized necessity of the Government of India. Determination of IES Officers is absolutely on legitimacy premise and is finished by Union Government according to the suggestion of UPSC. Building Services Examination is a joined 4-arrange focused exam.

IES are the regular organizations that meet the specific and administrative limits of the Government of India. Like most countries, the Government of India enrolls its astute hirelings and experts on the preface of authenticity, the middle organization positions in the association are filled through centered exams.

IES Syllabus

Obligatory Subjects

General English/General Studies

Discretionary Engineering Categories (Subjects)

Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Examination Scheme:-

First Stage

Applicants need to seem General Ability Test (GA) which is of 200 imprints and 2 hoursSecond Stage

On second day hopefuls need to show up for Objective Technical papers (II and III). Each paper will have isolate target exam and each will be of 2 hours with max of 200 denote each.

Second Stage

On third day hopefuls need to show up for Conventional Technical Papers (IV and V). Each paper is of 200 imprints and length is 3 hours.

Talk with/Personality Test:-

Final Stage

The last stage which conveys 200 imprints. This test is to judge the mental gauge of competitors that too by unprejudiced spectators.

Please find the file attached for the detailed syllabus for the IES conducted by UPSC

IES Detailed Syllabus

1) BUILDING MATERIALS -
Building material are material used for construction purposes. Clay , sand ,rocks ,wood, leaves and
twigs are used to build buildings which are natural elements. This segment includes
Timber : Various types and species of structural timber, strength in different directions, densitymoisture
relationship, defects , preservation, influence of defects on permissible stress, dry and wet
rots, Plywood ,codal provisions for design.
Bricks : Types, absorption, Indian Standard classification, saturation factor, influence of morter
strength onmasonry strength , strength in masonry.
Cement : Compounds of different strength , types, setting times.
Cement Mortar : Ingredients, water demand, proportions, mortars for plastering and masonry.
Concrete : Importance of W/C Ratio, ingredients including admixtures, Strength, workability, testing
for strength, non-destructive testing, mix design methods , elasticity.

2) SOLID MECHANICS –
Solid mechanics is the division of continuum mechanics that studies the behavior of solid materials
under the action of forces, phase changes , temperature changes and various other internal or
external agents. This includes
Elastic constants, Mohr’s circle of stress, stress, plane stress, strains, Mohr’s circle of strain, plane
strain, combined stress; Simple bending, shear; Elastic theories of failure; Torsion of circular and
rectangular sections and simple members.

3) STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS –
Structural analysis is used to determine the effects of loads on physical structures and their
mechanism . It is related to type of analysis that can endure loads for instance buildings, vehicles,
bridges, machinery, attire, furniture, soil strata and genetic tissue. This includes
Analysis of indeterminate skeletal frames – moment distribution, energy methods, stiffness and
force methods, slope-deflection, Muller-Breslau principle and application.
Plastic analysis of indeterminate beams and simple frames – shape factors. Analysis of determinate
structures – different methods including graphical methods.

4) DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES –
Steel structure has a wide possibility. The settled high-rise steel structures are very common in the
urbanized countries. Presently the steel structure is the most popular housing in developed
countries. This includes
Principles of ultimate load design. Principles of working stress method. Design of simple members
and frames. Built-up sections and frames, simple members, Design of connections, Design of
Industrial roofs.

5) DESIGN OF MASONRY and CONCRETE STRUCTURES –
Design of concrete and Masonry structures deals with concrete technology, masonry design and
reinforced concrete. Also this segment provides a unbiased coverage of the analytical methods,
design as well as construction aspects. This includes
Limit state design for bending, axial compression, shear, and combined forces. Codal provisions for
beams, slabs, walls and footings. As per I.S. Codes design of brick masonry.
Principles of pre stressed concrete design, methods of pre stressing, materials, losses. Design of
simple members and determinate structures. Working stress method of design of R.C. members.
Introductions to pre stressing of indeterminate structures.

6) CONSTRUCTION PRACTICE, PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT –
Construction management is related with planning, control and coordination of a project from the
very beginning to completion. A construction manager is one who has responsibilities to completes
the processes in each and every sector. What separates a construction manager from one sector to
another is the information of the construction location. This Includes
Concreting Equipment:
Weight Batcher ,vibrator, concrete pump, Mixer, batching plant.
Cranes, lifting equipment , hoists.
Earthwork Equipment :
Power shovel, dozer, hoe, dumper, tractor and trailers, rollers, pumps ,sheep foot rollers.
Construction, Planning and Management :
Bar chart, work-break down structures, linked bar chart, Activity – on – arrow diagrams. PERT
network: Crashing ,Time-cost study; Resource allocation. Probabilistic activity durations, Critical
path; Event-based networks.
Attached Files
File Type: pdf IES Detailed Syllabus.pdf (282.2 KB, 67 views)


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