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13th January 2012, 07:15 PM
mohsinhamid08
 
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Is it possible to crack GATE or IES exam after completing B.Tech in Electrical with 67%?


i had completed my B.TECH IN ELECTRICAL IN 2009 WITH A score of 67%..
now iam trying to prepare for my GATE ans IES exams..
do it is possible for me if i crack these exam with a good score to get any govt jobs but i had a very low marks in enginnering...??
please some one help me...




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16th January 2012, 04:59 PM
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i had completed my B.TECH IN ELECTRICAL IN 2009 WITH A score of 67%..
now iam trying to prepare for my GATE ans IES exams..
do it is possible for me if i crack these exam with a good score to get any govt jobs but i had a very low marks in enginnering...??
please some one help me...
By qualifying Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, you will able to apply for few of the public sector units because most of them conducts their own entrance exam. However, as per your qualification, I can only say that you are eligible to write GATE as well as Engineering Service Exam, but as far getting jobs in government sector is concerned, it depends upon your performance in those exams. If you do well in GATE, it doesn't mean you will get entry into public sector units. Companies which accepts GATE score do conducts interviews to assess candidates eligibility for the job. If you do well in it too, you will definitely get the job.
As far as Engineering Service Exam is concerned, your selection will depend upon your performance in the written examinations as well as in the Interview.
If you qualify all the stages with good score, you will definitely be considered for jobs in the engineering department of Indian Railway, Navy, Defense Forces etc.
Since you have scored 67% in your B.Tech program, you are eligible to apply for most of the public sector units which do or do not accepts GATE score.
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23rd January 2012, 10:15 PM
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Sir/madam ,
Can you tell me what will be my job profile and in which area would I posted after cracking IES?
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26th January 2012, 06:06 PM
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what is the syallubus for ies exam for electronics and communication?
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29th January 2012, 01:53 AM
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HIeeee


IES exam is for those who come from engineering background.

Any engineer can appear for the exam.

Also last year in which a candidate can appear for the exam.

There is a condition that the candidate must have completed the course at the time of joining.

Also there is a minimum age requirement of 21 years.

Exam will be held on May 14. Period for 3 days.

So if you meet the eligibility criteria you must immediately start preparing for the exam.

To 7 of this month to form the test are available.

After this round there will be an interview.



ALL THE BEST
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21st April 2012, 11:43 AM
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is there any coaching institute which provide corresponding course for ies(indian engineering service) in civil engineering?
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30th May 2012, 06:37 PM
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after completing ies exams ,where i can be recruited and what is the approx,imte sallary of those officers recruited through the same
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