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Skip to main content IES Master | Official Blog ESE(IES), GATE, PSUs Toggle navigation Home Topics General GATE ESE About Us Contact Us Preparation Tips for ESE 2020 Prelims General Studies and Engineering Aptitude April 26, 2019April 26, 2019 IES Master ESE, General Engineering Services Exam is an exam for engineering students that requires a dedicated amount of time for study as well as a well-planned strategy. A meticulously planned out strategy for the preparation of ESE includes many points such as review of previous year question papers, knowledge about the exam pattern, time management to cover complete syllabus, revision, practice and guidance of experts. If you are an engineering student and aspiring for ESE 2020 then here we will discuss in detail the above-mentioned important points for the preparation of GS Paper of ESE 2020 Prelims. The GS Paper is also called as General Studies and Engineering Aptitude paper or just Paper-I, and carries a total of 200 marks that are taken into account while preparing the final list of selected students. The main objective of General studies and Engineering Aptitude paper is to check a candidate’s connect to the outside world through his technical knowledge. The main objective of UPSC behind conducting this objective GS paper is to test an ESE aspirant’s application-based knowledge that will come handy during the job tenure of the candidate. Importance of Reviewing Previous Years’ Papers Previous years’ ESE question papers will help an ESE aspirant get idea about the type and standard of questions asked. By solving those questions in the required time period, candidates will come to know about their strengths and weaknesses. Your weaknesses can be in the form of making careless errors, lack in test-writing skills, lack of question selection ability, nervousness, inability to concentrate, etc. In short, going through previous years’ question papers will show you the mirror, and compel you to work on your weaknesses so that they do not affect your performance during the real exam. Get Familiar with the Exam Try to gather as much information about the format, pattern of the ESE exam question papers, for ESE Prelims as well as ESE Mains. What type of questions – subjective or objective – would be asked, how much questions might be there, which subject or topic will be given how much weightage, what would be the duration for answering each paper, etc., etc. Managing the Time in Hand It is very important to chalk out a study plan according to the time left for the exam and the subject/topics to be covered. This will save you from unnecessary anxiety and stress as the exam approaches. Prepare a time-table on the basis of the topics or subjects that need to be covered before exam, sparing enough time for revision of the entire ESE syllabus. Give some extra time to subjects that are difficult. Keep on marking the subjects/topics as you proceed. This will help to boost your level of confidence. Importance of Revision Revision is very important from any exam perspective as it helps you recall the studied subjects/topics, and self-analyse your level of preparation. Time to time revision of what you have learned so far is more effective than cramming the subjects/topics a day before the actual exam. It also helps a student to test himself before sitting in the real exam. Revising the subjects or topics that you have studied earlier helps you to engage your mind and to remain focussed. Revision don’t help you remember what you have studied, it helps you to imbibe what you have learned so far. Practice, and Practice More Create an exam like environment at your home, and practice as much as questions to attain perfection, and improve your speed and accuracy. Put all your notes, books, study material, etc. away and solve as many practice questions under timed conditions. This will also help you get rid of the exam anxiety. Seek Expert’s Guidance To boost your level of preparation, it is highly recommended to take the advice of experts. In the case of ESE, the experts can be in the form of former ESE rankers or past ESE toppers. They can help you with their experience, self-developed tips and tricks to improve your answering speed, and score better. They can help you comprehend difficult and tricky questions. They also come handy when you are stuck while solving a problem, and can clear your doubts. The upcoming General Studies and Engineering Aptitude Batch for ESE 2020 gives all the ESE 2020 aspirants a one-stop-solution to all the above-discussed needs. 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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 Latest: CTQ + Scholarship Test GATE 2021 Application And Important Dates Announced – Check Here Top 10 Study Tips for MPSC Exam 2020-21 Do Students Really Need Grades? Can You Crack ESE through Online Classes? 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You all might be busy looking for solutions, answers and discussions about cut-offs.  In this whole scenario of prelims discussions, do not forget that you still have a hurdle to cross, which is the IES Mains examination. The students are now looking for tips to crack ESE Mains. In within 6 months i.e. June the Mains examination will be held which is also one of the important stages and its marks will also determine your final ranking and cadre. So do not get over enthusiastic about the prelims discussion and miss out on the mains preparation. While most of the people believe that maximum competition gets removed in prelims, remember that in the Mains you compete with the students who like you have been working really hard to crack the examination. So the real competition starts now. Table of Contents IES/ESE 2020 Pattern 10 tips to crack ESE Mains Remove all Misconceptions Do not stress yourself over routine Always be a scholar Guidance Trick your brain and challenge yourself Only reading will not help IES/ESE 2020 Pattern The Engineering Services Examination is conducted every year by the Union Public Service Commission. Every year lakhs of graduates apply for this examination, but due to its technical nature and less vacancies only a few make it to the final list. The examination is held in three phases: Preliminary Mains Interview The basic information about ESE examination is as mentioned below: Phase Total Marks Time Period Date 2020 Preliminary 500 marks 5 hrs 5th Jan 2020 Mains 600 marks 6 hrs 28th June 2020 Interview 200 marks Not fixed Around September Now that we all have a brief idea about the IES examination, here are some tips to crack ESE Mains that will help you in your Mains examination which will be held in the month of June 2020. 10 tips to crack ESE Mains Remove all Misconceptions: There are lots of misconceptions that students have about the IES mains examination. The first tips before you start preparing for the Mains examination is that you need to get rid of all these misconceptions and start your preparation with a clear and dedicated mind-set. These misconceptions can be cleared by talking to your teachers or seniors who have cracked the examination.  Some of these misconceptions are: Mains is easier than prelims due to lesser competition: That is true that in the mains the competition is comparatively lesser than the prelims, but also remember that in the mains all the students appearing for the exam are master at their art and very proficient in their subject which is why they are competing for the mains. So yes the competition is less but it is not easy as you compete with the best minds of the country. Same Syllabus of Mains and Prelims: Again there is a difference between same and similar. The syllabus of the IES Prelims and Mains is similar but the approach is not the same. While the prelims paper has some non-technical topics too in the syllabus, the mains are completely based on the technical part of the subject that you have chosen for the prelims examination. The mains examination is very tough to crack: The mains examination is surely one of the toughest examinations due to its technical nature; however, it is not impossible to crack. Every year students crack the exam, all that is needed is dedication and the will to crack the exam and you are good to go. Do not stress yourself over routine: Most of the people around you will advise you to make a time table and follow it by heart and only then you will be able to crack the examination. Always remember that this is possible only when the time table and the plan you have made suits you, otherwise you are like any other person who is struggling to cope up with the routine. So make a routine and amend it as and when you like. Take time to analyse yourself and find the time of the day when your concentration is the best. At the end, always realise the importance of a routine. A routine is needed to discipline and motivate the student thus the routine you make should suit you and enhance your study pattern instead of stressing you out and make you more vulnerable. Always be a scholar: Whenever you are studying, make sure you have a pen or a pencil handy. Whatever you think is important underline it there and then and if you want you can also write that point so that you do not forget it. So behave like a scholar always, and instead of taking the studies as a burden on yourself, enjoy it by heart and before you know you will enjoy the process and crack the ESE examination. Even when you are not studying make sure you are keeping your eyes and ears open to any knowledge that you may get. If you find anything that is of worth to you, then write it down or save it on your phone. So no matter what your age is act like a student and be a student, only then you will be able to crack the examination. Guidance: Any information about the ESE examination is very elaborately available on the internet. But what the internet does not provide is guidance during the preparation phase. For this purpose you need a teacher or a ranker who can help you with any issues you face or any guidance you require during the preparation. Sometimes a small doubt such as that for the department which one must apply to create a doubt in your head and you have no clue whom to ask. The Google also provides generic answers, in such cases you need someone to talk to you and provide you the correct path. Thus, guidance from someone elder to you will help you and make you confident about your decision. Trick your brain and challenge yourself: Our brain tends to record and remember only the important things. The things that are out of the ordinary, eye-catching, apart from the normal routine of every day. This may be the reason that the technical stuff we read somehow gets filtered out of the stage areas, and to remember it we need to trick our brain into believing that it is important. Some of the ways to trick your brain into remembering are: Make more use of diagrammatic representation as our brain remembers images more than simple text. When you are free, do not waste time in stupid series, instead engage your brain in puzzles and brain teasers that will improve your cognitive ability and charges up your neurons. Do not mug up instead focus on understanding what you are reading. Only memorizing will not help you in the long run. Make sure you learn and read in the time allotted for the same. Do not start reading anything new once you are done for the day. Such a thing will add no value to your studies. Your brain too requires some time to process the information your provide. Only reading will not help: Some students think that mere reading of any topic is enough to remember it. Well, that is never the case with anyone. First reading only implants a seed in your brain, regular revision of it will actually convert it into a plant. For that various things have to be done: Overview – As soon as you pick up the book, do not start reading it immediately. First go over the headings, subtitles and the summary to get a general idea of what the text is about. Key Ideas – Skim over the text each paragraph to get the main idea about the concept. Read – Once the overview and key idea is done, now start reading the book each and every word carefully. Recall – Once read try to close the text and recall all the main points that you just read. Reflect – Once you know what the topic is, think about the use of the particular topic and its meaningfulness of the topic. Try to establish a correlation between what you have read and the reality. This will help you in remembering the topic for a longer time period. Review – After some time go through the topic again and revise it. If you are unable to recall anything, read it again.  Try to start your studies with topic you are not very fond of as the high concentration will help you in reading them well. Practise: Practise makes you perfect, so keep practising what you have read through test series, previous year questions, question banks or any other way you think will help you. You can also indulge in discussions with your friends for the practise purpose. Stay Healthy: While preparing for the exam and giving your best is necessary, but what is most important is to stay healthy. Eat your vegetables, fruits and stay hydrated. Staying healthy not only helps in your studies but also keeps you calm and happy throughout the preparation. During the examination preparation, most of the students start to panic and sometime lose out on their sleep and diet, well that is not a very good sign, so take care of yourself. Give up distractions and negative thoughts: Just like good health escalates your studies, distractions have a negative effect on the preparation. Any distractions like social media, video streaming platforms can act as a distraction in your preparation. The ESE examination requires a lot of concentration and even one distraction or negative thought can have an adverse effect. So make sure you stay away through meditation, good eating and good company. To stay positive you can also watch motivating videos of toppers and also TED videos which really help you. Be sure about your goal: The mains examination is a very important step in the journey of an IES officer so stay focused. You must be sure why and what you are aiming for. One cannot start preparation because the people around you are doing so as this will not really help in keeping yourself motivated. So make sure you are clear about your gal in life and then start working towards it one step at a time. Reward Yourself: While there are a lot of tips for preparation, one that creates wonders is rewards. When you prepare for an exam, you always know that the one thing you want to do once you clear the exam. That is your reward. So instead of such large rewards, keep encouraging yourself with small rewards. Keep targets for syllabus, test series, question paper and many more stuff ad once you have achieved that reward yourself to encourage yourself and to keep going. Soon all the candidates expecting to clear the ESE Prelims examination will be up and about preparing for their mains examination. Well, all the above tips to crack ESE Mains will really help you in your preparation. These tips coupled with hard work and strong morale will be perfect for your triumph. We wish you all the very best for your prelims result; you can check the answer sheet along with expected cut-off on MADE EASY. If you have any more queries regarding the ESE mains examination, please feel free to comment below. Keep Reading Share 123 Tweet Share 123 Shares ← Life after GATE: PSUs 5 Reasons to Take That Mock Test before GATE 2020 → You May Also Like GATE 2020 Cut-Off Analysis March 16, 2020 MADE EASY 0 Time Management Tips for Online Classes June 10, 2020 Ankita Pathak 0 Some Misconceptions Regarding GATE December 6, 2018 Ankita Pathak 1 7 thoughts on “10 Tips To Crack UPSC IES/ESE 2020 Mains Exam ” NitinJanuary 28, 2020 at 11:19 amPermalink Excellent piece of advice!!! Thanks a lot😀 Reply Neeraj Kumar RaviJanuary 28, 2020 at 5:02 pmPermalink Dear Candidate, Thanks for writing to us. We are glad to know that you liked this article. Please keep visiting our blog to get similar articles. 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Thursday , 13 August 2020 Track Your Order Student News PDF And Notes Store ESE Question Paper IES Syllabus Self Study Notes Breaking News UPSC- MYTH AND TRUTH – Akash Tyagi (IES Officer) IRMS Exam Postponed This Year – Indian Railway Management Services IES/ESE 2021 Officer Salary + Facility After 7th Pay Commission – Engineering Services Exam How To Deal With Competitive Exam Pressure? IIT Bombay : GATE 2021 Syllabus – Chemical Engineering (CH) – Download Here How To Prepare For ESE 2021 Current Affair How to prepare for ESE 2021 Current Affairs, Complete strategy shared by toppers and ESE Prelims Paper GS&EA experts. Read this article if you are preparing for Engineering Services Exam. Study Material Telegram Channel Also Available On Our Telegram Channel Engineering All Exam Study Material This will close in 65 seconds Whats New In Engineering? KPSC Engineering Recruitment - 990 Posts How To Prepare For Engineering Services Exam Current Affair ? What Source To Refer For IES Prelims Paper 01 (ESE -General Studies And Engineering Aptitude) ? What Is The Detailed Syllabus For ESE GS & EA Current Affair Topic? These are common questions asked by IES aspirants every time before and during preparation. So we are trying to answer to these questions from reference to qualified and experts. How To Prepare For Engineering Services Exam Current Affair ? Engineering Services Exam is one of the easiest exam for engineering aspirants if they are regular with studies and it is the most difficult exam for aspirants who are not regular with their studies.  We are saying this because ESE syllabus is like university exam syllabus, here questions are easy but syllabus is vast. It is not like GATE exam, in GATE exam only 3-4 questions are enough to make you dropper instead of topper. But in ESE questions are easy, paper is length so you may skip some questions (As per previous years cutoff you need to score 60% and you will be qualified). “From March To November Current Affairs Are Asked In ESE” So come to the point how to prepare for IES Prelims Paper 1 (Common To All) GS And EA- Current Affair Topic? Total 10 Topics are there in IES Prelims Paper 1 (Common To All) GS And EA:- Current issues of national and international importance relating to social, Economic and industrial development. Engineering Aptitude covering Logical reasoning and Analytical ability. Engineering Mathematics and Numerical Analysis. General Principles of Design, Drawing, Importance of Safety. Standards and Quality practices in production, construction, Maintenance and services. Basics of Energy and Environment: Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, Climate Change, Environmental impact assessment. Basics of Project Management. Basics of Material Science and Engineering. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) based tools and their applications in Engineering such as networking, e-governance and technology based education. Ethics and values in Engineering profession. How To Prepare For Current issues of national and international importance relating to social, Economic and industrial development First of all make an habit of reading standard newspapers like The Hindu or The Indian Express or newspaper of the same standard. This habit will not only help you in updating your current affairs but will also help you to learn new words. Skip sports section completely, only read if there is any new recommendation or policy or scheme is made in sports. Most of the content in newspaper is about crimes and political masala, don’t read these topics as they are not for UPSC exams. Focus mainly on new schemes , projects , policies that are made for social cause like “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” , “Ujjwala Yojana” , “Kisan Credit Card” etc. In ESE direct questions are asked from “New Schemes” write all schemes with there short form and full form, sometime short form is given and options confuses in exam hall. Yojana Magazine is good for government policies and schemes. Made Easy 3 Month Magazine is good for revision. But if you don’t read from newspaper then you have to mug up all lines from magazine. Focus on environment related news, like NGT order etc. As it may also be asked under “Basics of Energy and Environment: Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, Climate Change, Environmental impact assessment” topic. International News – this is the most boring section of newspaper as we are not aware about world politics and issues, for this part don’t read full section. Sort articles by analyzing which Nation is helping India by providing funds for social betterment, Group of countries with common motto and their agenda and theme of their meetings (SAARC Country) , Industrial deals for mutual benefits (Gujarat Bullet). WHO and Human Right are also very important topics. Industrial International Deals – Nuclear Deals (If they are for India), Environmental Agreements, Weapon Deals (For India) Conclusion In current affair, topics are added every day. There is no set rule or syllabus for this. But your focus on be on those topics which have positive/negative affect on human beings – socially economically and industrially. Avoid political news but focus on new schemes (Only if they are implemented), avoid sports news, avoid India and Pakistan issues (But focus on news like Samjhota Express. Study Material Telegram Channel Also Available On Our Telegram Channel Engineering All Exam Study Material This will close in 65 seconds Whats New In Engineering? 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