GATE Vs I E S Exam

GATE Vs I E S Exam

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Read on the blog to find all the information about the GATE V/S IES Exam



Read on the blog to find all the information about the GATE V/S IES Exam 


Who Conducts these exams GATE v/s IES ?

On behalf of the National Coordination Board - GATE, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Government of India, the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore and seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) at Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, and Roorkee jointly conduct GATE. 


On the advice of the Union Public Service Commission, the union government chooses IES Officers (UPSC). The UPSC holds the Engineering Services Examination (ESE) to select candidates for the Engineering Service.


What’s in the Syllabus GATE v/s IES ?

The GATE is currently offered in 27 fields. The General Aptitude, Engineering Mathematics, and Core Technical Subjects from the second and third years of engineering in the chosen domain make up the GATE syllabus. 


Three stages make up the Engineering Services examination: the preliminary, the main, and the personality test. There will be two papers in the preliminary exam; Paper-I will include general studies and engineering aptitude. Paper II will cover a certain discipline. Engineering in the areas of civil, mechanical, electrical & electronics, and telecommunication.


What’s the paper pattern GATE v/s IES ?

GATE has 65 questions and 100 marks. Three hours are given to candidates to complete these questions. There will be questions with one mark and questions with two marks. Questions of the numerical kind, multiple choice, or multiple choose types may be included. Every incorrect answer receives a negative grade of 0.33% on the GATE exam. Accordingly, you will receive a grade of -0.33 for a question worth one mark and -0.66 for a question worth two marks if you respond incorrectly.


Three stages make up the IES test.

The preliminary IES exam is stage 1. It consists of two objective papers worth a combined 500 points. Paper 2 is the chosen engineering discipline, whereas Paper 1 is General Studies & Engineering Aptitude (100 questions for 200 marks) (150 questions for 300 marks). To be eligible for the exam, candidates must meet both the combined and individual cutoffs for the two examinations. One-third of a mark is subtracted for each incorrect response.

Second stage: IES Main Exam. Only candidates who passed the preliminary exams will be allowed to participate in this round. There are two 300-point descriptive papers in it. Questions from the chosen Engineering discipline will appear in both examinations. There won't be any deducted points for this test. 5% maximum marks



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