UPSC ESE (Engineering Services Exam)

UPSC ESE 2019 Syllabus

The IES Prelims are to be conducted on the month if January 2019. Over the years, the syllabus of IES has been the same. Here is a brief overview on the syllabus

  • For the engineering exam, the syllabus is of the graduation level
  • When it comes to the Engineering exam, the subjects of the syllabus remains the same as the students had studied in their graduation programs.
  • The syllabus has been segregated according to different disciplines of engineering, which are as:

Civil:

When it comes to civil engineering, it is about planning, construction, designing, maintaining, and operating of infrastructures. The ones appearing for Civil Engineering need to prepare on the following subjects

  • Current Affairs
  • Engineering Aptitude
  • Numerical Analysis and Engineering Mathematics
  • General Principals of Drawing and Designing
  • Standards and Quality Practices
  • Basics of Energy Environment
  • Basics of Project Management
  • Basics of Engineering and Material Science
  • ICT
  • Values and Ethics in Engineering

Mechanical:

The syllabus of Mechanical Engineers is as follows:

  • Current Affairs
  • Analytical Ability and Logical Reasoning
  • General Principals of Drawing and Design
  • Standards and Quality Practices
  • Basics of Energy and Environment
  • Basics of Material Science and Engineering
  • ICT
  • Project Management

Electrical or Electronics & Telecommunication:

The syllabus includes

  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Electrical Materials
  • Electric Fields and Circuits
  • Electronic and Electrical Measurement
  • Computer Fundamentals
  • Basic Electronics Engineering
  • Analog and Digital Electronics
  • System and Signal Processing
  • Control System
  • Electrical Mechanics
  • Power System
  • Power Drives and Electronics

Suggested Books

Civil Engineering

  • Basic Structural Analysis
  • C.C. Designs
  • Design Of Steel Structures
  • Surveying (vol. 1,2,3)
  • Engineering Hydrology

Mechanical Engineering

  • Engineering Thermodynamics
  • Introduction to Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Machines
  • Fundamentals of Engineering Heat and Mass Transfer
  • Theory of Machines
  • Engineering Mechanics

Electrical Engineering

  • Electrical Power Systems
  • Electrical Machinery
  • Control Systems Engineering
  • Power System Engineering