UPSC ESE Exam Pattern 2018 – Latest UpToDate

We will discuss here all about UPSC ESE Exam Pattern 2018.

The notification for UPSC engineering service exam will publish on 27th September 2017.

One of the primary challenges is the written examination where a candidate has to qualify objective type papers and conventional papers. The total marks combining both the examination is 1,000 and after clearing this stage, only the qualified candidates will go through a personality test. Mentioned below is an exhaustive discussion on the exam pattern of UPSC ESE Exam 2018.

 

UPSC ESE Exam Pattern 2018 – Complete Detail

The exam pattern for ESE Exam consists of two parts. Part I consists of a Written Examination and Part II consists of a Personality Test.

UPSC ESE Part I- Written Examination

The first screening of candidates is done through a written examination where candidates are required to attend objective type papers as well as conventional type papers. The objective type paper consists of 3 different papers, each having a full marks of 200 and a duration of 2 hours each. On the other hand, the conventional type paper consists of 2 papers, each having a full marks of 300 marks and a duration of 3 hours each. The chart mentioned below explains the whole structure of the Part I examination.

Subject Duration Marks
Section I- Objective Papers
General Ability Test (English and General Studies) 2 hours 200
Mechanical Engineering/ Civil Engineering/ Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering/ Electrical Engineering Paper- I 2 hours 200
Mechanical Engineering/ Civil Engineering/ Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering/ Electrical Engineering Paper- II 2 hours 200
Section II- Conventional Papers
Mechanical Engineering/ Civil Engineering/ Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering/ Electrical Engineering Paper- I 3 hours 200
Mechanical Engineering/ Civil Engineering/ Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering/ Electrical Engineering Paper- II 3 hours 200
Total Marks 1000

UPSC ESE Part II- Personality Test

Candidates who have cleared in UPSS ESE Exam Part I, would be called for a personality test. The way of intimation would remain the same for candidates, that is, they would be again required to download their admit card for Part II Examination from the UPSC website and follow the directions.

The personality test will include a test of candidate’s communication skills, knowledge on general issues, ability to handle pressure, etc.

UPSC ESE Exam Pattern 2018 – Selection of candidates

The candidates would be selected on the basis of their performances in the UPSC ESE Part I and Part II examination. Both the scores would be merged together and the overall performance of the candidate would be assessed by a group of experts. However, there may be a certain occasion where a candidate who has a score lower than the other gets selected for the post. This mainly happens due to quota or reservation system. Some of the sections who are benefitted from quota reservation are schedule caste, schedule tribe and other backward castes. The Government of India has given these people special privileges because they lack the access of basic education and live under very poor conditions.

The ESE Exam 2018 will carry the hope of a million candidates who wish to be the part of the Indian Government Machinery.

UPSC ESE Exam Important Pages

UPSC ESE Syllabus 2018 – Latest UpToDate

UPSC ESE Result 2018 – Check Result Online

UPSC ESE Eligibility Criteria 2018 – Latest UpToDate

UPSC ESE Application Form 2018 – Apply Online

UPSC ESE Admit Card 2018 – Download Here

UPSE ESE Exam Pattern 2018 – Latest UpToDate

UPSE ESE Exam 2018 – Complete Details

More Govt Jobs Opening

1 Comment

Add a Comment
  1. hi sir
    i am vinod s pawar am entrance competitive exam in upsc

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GovtJobGuru.in - Daily Govt Jobs Updates © 2017 About | Contact | Disclaimer | Privacy Policy