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6th June 2015 08:29 PM
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Re: Under which stream can a B.Arch Graduate give UPSC IES Exam?

hi b.ARCH GUYS & ARCHITECTS.YOU DONT NEED TO APPEAR FOR IES.we are proffesionals.we will have seperate notifications for architects from central planning department conducted by UPSC,town planning departments etc,.not only we architects all proffesionals like doctors/lawers/auditors/architects will have seperate recruitment notifications. CIVIL ENGINEERING CATEGORY IS A SYLLABUS SUITABLE FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS BUT NOT ARCHITECTS.MORE OVER WE DONT NEED TO ATTEND THAT.WE ARE RICH ARCHITECTS..HAVE JOBS AS MENTIONED ABOVE IN TOP PROFFESIONAL POSITIONS/or you can your own consultancy...you guys hav jobs in each and every state too in town planning departments,municipalities..need to chk sarkari naukri.com web site or other sites regularly...more over you guys hav so many corporate companies both in india and abroad please work in some company as a initial start..all your experience will add to your jobs..for example check:crda andhra pradesh jobs recent notification
thank u
15th May 2014 01:34 AM
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Re: Under which stream can a B.Arch Graduate give UPSC IES Exam?

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS OR QUALIFICATIONS FOR IES:
No. 1 : A candidate must have an "Engineering degree" from a University incorporated by an Act of the Central Government or State Legislature in India.

B.Arch isnt an Engineering degree. Period. So you may appaer JEE and study Civil Engineering. Poor architects.
30th May 2013 11:00 PM
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Re: Under which stream can a B.Arch Graduate give UPSC IES Exam?

Can i give both ias n ies exams after doing b.arch n if yes which subjects should i opt fr the exams
24th January 2013 03:19 PM
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Can B. Arch. Degree Holder give IAS exam? and in which stream?
8th September 2012 06:03 AM
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If i have a profession in (B.E) Architectural engineering . So i can appear the IES exam in civil engineering ?
20th July 2012 12:00 PM
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IF A B.ARCH HOLDER CANDIDATE GIVES IES EXAM UNDER CIVIL ENGINEERING, THEN IF HE QUALIFIES THE EXAM, WILL HE GET GOVERNMENT JOB AS AN ARCHITECT?
2nd July 2012 04:30 PM
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is it possible to give exam like UPSC after B.ARCH.?
19th June 2012 08:07 PM
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how to get goverment job after b.arch
22nd March 2012 03:12 AM
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IES-INDIAN ENGINEERING SERVICE conducted by UPSC once every year for recruitment of Graduate Engineers to the top technical post in the various Dept. under Central Govt.

The IES exam is held in Four Categories of Engineering:-

-MECHANICAL
-ELECTRICAL
-CIVIL
-ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATION

The eligible candidate must be an Indian National having completed Graduation in engineering in any stream from a recognised University within the age of 21 to 30 years of age, can apply for IES.

As you are a B.Arch. Graduate interested to apply for IES, then you can only able to give IES exam in Civil Engineering Category which is suited to your qualification of B.Arch. Hence you have to make preparation according to the syllabus of IES for which you may you may log on to the official website of UPSC for necessary information regarding syllabus of IES i.e. www.upsc.gov.in
22nd March 2012 12:19 AM
vike
Re: Under which stream can a B.Arch Graduate give UPSC IES Exam?

There are four categories in Engineering Services Examination.

i. Civil Engineering
ii. Electrical Engineering
iii. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
iv. Mechanical Engineering.

As you are a B.Arch. graduate so, Civil Engineering is the only category where you
can find something suiting your qualification and interest both.

There could more than half of the syllabus completely new for you but if you have
to appear the Engineering Services Examination then practically you have
only one choice which is Civil Engineering.

Refer the UPSC website for syllabus of the examination.

www.upsc.gov.in
21st March 2012 10:14 AM
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Under which stream can a B.Arch Graduate give UPSC IES Exam?

A b.arch graduate should give exam under which stream for upsc ies...????

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