ESE -17 (Electronics and communication)

Hi every one i created this group to share latest news and materials for changed ese 17 pattern .

Understand the change in syllabus

Guys any one interested in group buy option for our material .

ie: panacea institute planed to do online classes 

it cost around 40000/

but we can share our cost and utilize material (video on demand )

Resource for  BSNL TTA

For basic electrical  i found this book cover all topics as per syllabus


BEL call for dy engineer 


 contract period -3

pls suggest some good books for ESE 2017 prelims.

Hope it will give some idea

Alikpantha De, ESE-2014, AIR 47(ECE)

You need to study at least 5-6 hours per day consistently. If you can devote more time on weekends that will be a plus. Now for the first few months devote 4-5 hours for theory and 1 hour for question practice (mainly the technical objectives). For General studies, study whenever you can find some time be it in office hours or lunch time. And practice Engineering Aptitude and Maths on every weekend for 2 hours. That will be enough. Then once you master the objective part, gradually start practicing subjective questions and keep revising the previous theories.

This is the overall strategy. follow if it suits you.

1. General Studies and Engineering Aptitude (Stage 1 Paper1)

UPSC is quite unpredictable. You can't make any presumption that everything in the question paper will be exactly from what is given in the syllabus. So here are the possible sources you can prepare from. There are 10 points in the syllabus. So I'm putting the sources in the same order.

  1. Newspaper (preferably The Hindu) will be the best option for this section. You can also follow sites like, Jagranjosh Exam Prep: Government, MBA, Engineering, CBSE etc.
  2. Engineering aptitude covering logical reasoning and analytical ability should not be a problem for an average engineer. Find any decent book and practise. Also you can follow, other useful sites or YouTube videos for this section.
  3. This topic is included in GATE also. Any good book or coaching institute's notes will suffice.
  4. This part will be easy for civil and mechanical engineers. You can take help from any of your civil or mechanical friends if your branch is ECE or EE or others. Also this is where coaching institutes come in handy.They provide good study materials for these types of topics.
  5. This is also a part of civil engineering. Follow point 4.
  6. Part of civil and environmental engineering. Follow point 4.
  7. This is also civil engineering topic. Follow point 4.
  8. Materials sciences is a subject in engineering. Shouldn't be a problem.
  9. All ECE, CS and IT students should be comfortable with this topic. Rest branches take help from your friends. I think for domain specific topics like these UPSC will stick to the basic questions, they won't go into the details.
  10. Questions from ethics and values in engineering profession can be solved with just little bit of research. Think about what UPSC needs in you while attempting such types of questions like "What is the role of an engineer in the society?" By seeing the options you can easily guess. You can also take help from Internet. You'll have a fair idea what this topic is about.

2 & 3. Objective Papers (Stage 1 Paper 2) and Conventional Papers (Stage 2 Papers I & II)


1. Class notes from any good institute (study thoroughly)

2. Recommended standard books.

  1. For objective: the MCQs provided in the book
  2. For Conventional : solved examples and some unsolved questions( if time allows)
  3. Some selected topics.

3. Previous years' papers of GATE (ECE+EE+ICE: for common subjects)

4. Previous papers of ESE(ECE+EE: for common subjects)

5. PSU papers if possible( not necessary though)


  1. Collect the handwritten notes from any good institute. And buy/hire some standard books.
  2. Take one subject at a time. Read the theory from the notes.
  3. Finish the subject; mark the topics you didn't understand. Then read them from any standard book. If you get it, it's fine. If not discuss those with teachers/friends.
  4. Now solve previous years' objective questions for that subject (GATE+ESE both) and the ones from the standard books (if given). Mark those questions you could not solve, and then read the corresponding theory from the notes/books again. You don't have to read the whole book. In fact you wont get enough time to do that for all subjects. Just read the selected topics and chapters.
  5. Write the formulae in a different sheet which you are unable to recall while solving the question papers.
  6. Then go for previous years' subjective questions. Practice the derivations repeatedly. Follow 4 and 5 again. And yes don't get panic if you could not solve some of the questions. Every year there are such types of odd/difficult questions.
  7. Then go for solved examples from the standard books, and if time allows go for some important unsolved questions from the standard books.
  8. Follow the step 7 religiously for at least 5-6 subjects (choose the subjects as per your liking and previous years' trends). You have to prepare all the subjects for both objective and subjective papers. But for subjective prepare those 5-6 subjects with special attention. Because for conventional/subjective paper you have to be very well prepared in some of the subjects so that any questions can be solved by you in the examination hall.
  9. Before starting the next subject revise the theory of the previous subject (preferably the topics and formulae you marked or wrote).
  10. And next time before starting the subject 3, revise the subject 1 and 2 and so on.
  11. Join any offline/online test series. It will be very helpful in tracking your progress. Take the test series seriously and evaluate your weak points. Work on those areas more.

Yes I know everyone's capacity is different. But still you should not take like 1 month to finish reading the theory of one subject. Take 7-10 days for the difficult subjects on an average.Don't try to remember anything when you read for the first time. Just understand the concept and go ahead. Solve as many questions as possible. That will help you clear your concepts. Finish the syllabus within the stipulated time and revise each subject 3-4 times. All the best 😃

4. Interview: You should not worry about interview right now. Still I'm giving a brief overview.

  1. Prepare your bio-data well (DAF). You should be aware of every single word written in it. Be it hobbies, favorite subjects, extracurricular activities anything.
  2. Read about your state/home town/birth place (its importance if any, recent news etc).
  3. Your school/college (if named after anyone famous).
  4. If any gap in academic profile, be ready to justify it.
  5. Prepare 4-5 subjects well, and know the basics of the rest.
  6. Prepare at least 2 hobbies well. Don't write anything in the bio data you are not aware of.
  7. Prepare your current job profile( if any).
  8. If you are a fresher, they might ask you about your final year project. Prepare that.
  9. Questions like why you want to leave your previous job/or left (give valid reasons), why should we hire you, your strength, weakness etc.

  10. Know more about the engineering services (various departments for ECE, your choice, what will be your contribution if you join etc).
  11. Prepare current affairs (important ones, mainly national).


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Guys please suggest a good textbook for material science and instrumentation&measurement.. Any book which covers all the topics of upsc syllabus?

frnds i m from mechanical background... in 2017 ese me hame ak new subject juda he jo electronics ka he... mechatronics and robotics.....iska content he..

Microprocessors and Microcontrollers: Architecture, programming, I/O, Computer interfacing, Programmable logic controller. Sensors and actuators, Piezoelectric accelerometer, Hall effect sensor, Optical Encoder, Resolver, Inductosyn, Pneumatic and Hydraulic actuators, stepper motor, Control Systems- Mathematical modeling of Physical systems, control signals, controllability and observability  ...                                                         muje plz ye bta do ki is content ke liye koi si book ya nptel lecture mil jayenge???? or kis nam se milenge.. i dont have any about these topics..

any one bought the gs ist paper ese-2017 made easy.........

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what is the meaning of that

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