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22nd January 2015 11:43 AM
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Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

Dear Sir, i complted tenth to degree in telangana,but my native place in andhra,so I want to apply the groups in my native districts,so tell me sir Can I apply this jobs in andhra? Am I eligible for this jobs?
9th October 2013 12:06 PM
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Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

sir I am the final year student and preaparing for gate , ies .my percentage in 12 was 49% ,so this will create any problem in entering PSUS, IES ?
3rd April 2012 11:38 AM
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Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

I'm scoring 59% till my 5 sem & it's quite difficult to score 65% till my 8 sem result. So please tell me different criteria for psu. So that i would able to appear in exam. . . .
8th December 2011 04:33 AM
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Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

i am scoring 61 % of marks till my 6th sem in electrical engineering, and its quite difficult to score 65 % till 8th sem. so plz tell me the criterion for different companies in psu for which i wud be eligible ??
7th November 2011 12:34 PM
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Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

I got in HS 53%, m i eligible?
30th August 2011 06:10 PM
Mannu2525
Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

Dear,
Eligibility Criteria for IES and PSU exams are given below.
•-> Graduation in engineering from recognized university.

•-> Age Limit - 21 to 30 years.

•-> 5 year age relaxation is given to SC and ST candidates whereas 3 year age relaxation is given to OBC Candidates.

•-> Min. 60% marks in graduation degree.

As graduation percentage needed for PSUs & IES is 60%, sorry to say but you are not eligible for these examinations.
1st August 2011 03:14 PM
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Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

One who holds 55% in btech can give this exam or not?
What is the last date of exam ?
Where can i get the application form?
What is the difference b/w these two examz?[/QUOTE]
11th July 2011 10:53 AM
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Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

i av got 55% in high school..am I eligible..?????
7th July 2011 05:58 PM
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Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

i am doing automobile engineering. I am into my last year now.
so can i appear for IES & PSU examination? what is the procedure for apppering for that exams?
15th June 2011 12:32 PM
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Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

how the psu companies convert the marks obtained in point in to percentage?
7th June 2011 10:05 PM
Amit jaiswal02
Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

hi
For IES exam please refer to these links to get answers of questions you want...
you are eligible since the only condition is that the candidate should

Quote:
obtained a degree in Engineering from a University incorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or other Educational Institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as Universities under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956;
here are the links.Do not miss any point..
important dates
http://upscguide.com/upscexam/important-dates-4
eligibility criteria
http://upscguide.com/upscexam/eligibility-1
all upsc exams has common application procedure
http://upscguide.com/content/how-apply

for psu
http://india.gov.in/citizen/PSU.php

IES is a exam .PSU or "public sector undertaking" is not a exam but a term used to refer to government companies.To get job in any PSU, search for job opportunity in that PSU in local newspaper or internet and apply there.Then you have to appear in recruitment exam of that PSU.That's all

Don't just blindly believe on me.Search on google or any other sources of yours if you have any dout.

best wishes.
7th June 2011 08:46 PM
dhani12345
Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

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Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

Hello friend,
To be eligible for Engineering Service exam, you need to hold a degree in engineering from a recognized university. Apart from being an engineer, you must be within the age limit of 21-30 years. The maximum age limit is relaxed upto 3 years for candidates belonging to OBC category and 5 years for SC/ST category.
Qualified candidates are appointed in the engineering department of Indian Railway Service, Central Electrical Engineering Service, Indian Naval Armament Service, Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Central Power Engineering Service
Indian Defence Service of Engineers and Indian Supply Service.
For further information, refer to the official website of UPSC.

Public Sector Undertakings are the companies regulated by government of India. They conducts examination for various posts and the eligibility criteria depends upon the particular posts and department. Each PSU conducts their own examination for recruitment and the notification for the same is published in India's leading newspapers and on the official website of the PSU. For a list of PSU, refer to the official website of Indian Government. To know the eligibility criteria and procedure to apply, visit the official website of each PSU.
7th June 2011 08:18 AM
JAMESS
Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

the eligible four branch of engineering for IES(Indian Engineering Services) are
Category I—Civil Engineering.
Category II—Mechanical Engineering.
Category III—Electrical Engineering.
Category IV—Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

B.Tech from any one of these branch are eligible for IES examination. there is no percentage marks criterion for IES examination.

PSU means Public sector unit. this is not just one examination. various PSU like BSNL, NTPC, ISRO, BHEL etc conducts different examination for recruitment their organization. the eligibility criterion differ from one organization to other. there is no fixed eligibility criterion for all PSU. but general if you have more than 60% or 65% marks throughout then you will be eligible for most of the PSUs examination.

for IES examination visit the website http://www.upsc.gov.in you will get total information about the examination. here i am attaching the notification for IES 2011 examination. you may download the attachment.

best of luck.
6th June 2011 10:55 PM
hopestar
Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

elighibility criteria for ies exam

=>candidate should atleast have minimum age of 21.
=>candidate should get atleast 65% in engineering
=>candidate should be a citizen of india

ies offer job for four courses
=>electronics and communication engg
=>electrical and electronics engg
=>civil engg
=>mechanical engg

all the best
6th June 2011 10:35 PM
rohitkumarramesh
Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

Eligibility Criteria for IES:

1. Age limit: Age must be more than 21 years and less than 30 years. The upper age relaxation for SC, ST, Government servants is 5 years; for OBC is 3 years and for physically challenged is 10 years.

2. Educational qualification: Degree in Engineering, final year students can also apply on provisional basis. Additionally, the candidates have to be physically fit as per the guidelines of UPSC.

3. Nationality: The applicant must be citizen of India, subject of Nepal, Bhutan, Tibetan refugee, Indian origin who have migrated from selected countries in order to settle in India permanently.


Eligibility Criteria for PSU's:

PSU eligibility criteria varies from company to company.

General requirement are: B.E. /B.Tech. /B.Sc.(Engg.) – Degree required.

For final-year students, the final result of 8th semester and mark-sheets must be presented at the time of interview.

Minimum cut-off % of B.Tech varies for different PSUs Gen. Category:-60%-70%; Reserved Category:-50%-60%.

Some PSUs allow only present final year students and last two year pass-outs. e.g. NTPC.
6th June 2011 03:55 PM
SANDEEP891985
Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

Hello friend,
To be eligible for Engineering Service exam, you need to hold a degree in engineering from a recognized university. Apart from being an engineer, you must be within the age limit of 21-30 years. The maximum age limit is relaxed upto 3 years for candidates belonging to OBC category and 5 years for SC/ST category.
Qualified candidates are appointed in the engineering department of Indian Railway Service, Central Electrical Engineering Service, Indian Naval Armament Service, Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Central Power Engineering Service
Indian Defence Service of Engineers and Indian Supply Service.
For further information, refer to the official website of UPSC.

Public Sector Undertakings are the companies regulated by government of India. They conducts examination for various posts and the eligibility criteria depends upon the particular posts and department. Each PSU conducts their own examination for recruitment and the notification for the same is published in India's leading newspapers and on the official website of the PSU. For a list of PSU, refer to the official website of Indian Government. To know the eligibility criteria and procedure to apply, visit the official website of each PSU.
6th June 2011 02:25 AM
teacherx
Re: Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

For IES exam please refer to these links to get answers of questions you want...
you are eligible since the only condition is that the candidate should

Quote:
obtained a degree in Engineering from a University incorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or other Educational Institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as Universities under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956;
here are the links.Do not miss any point..
important dates
http://upscguide.com/upscexam/important-dates-4
eligibility criteria
http://upscguide.com/upscexam/eligibility-1
all upsc exams has common application procedure
http://upscguide.com/content/how-apply

for psu
http://india.gov.in/citizen/PSU.php

IES is a exam .PSU or "public sector undertaking" is not a exam but a term used to refer to government companies.To get job in any PSU, search for job opportunity in that PSU in local newspaper or internet and apply there.Then you have to appear in recruitment exam of that PSU.That's all

Don't just blindly believe on me.Search on google or any other sources of yours if you have any doubt.
17th June 2010 02:45 PM
meghasn
Eligibility criteria for IES and PSU exam? If I have 55% in B.Tech am I eligible? Where to get the application form?

What is the eligibility criteria for these two examz?
One who holds 55% in btech can give this exam or not?
What is the last date of exam ?
Where can i get the application form?
What is the difference b/w these two examz?

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