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    How to Prepare for IES being a second year B.E student? What kind of book should I prefer?

    I am pursuing BE, I want to know how to prepare for IES? As I am in second year what kind of books should I prefer?

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    Re: How to Prepare for IES being a second year B.E student? What kind of book should I prefer?

    Network Analysis: Van Valkenburg
    Network and Systems: D. Roy Choudhary
    Integrated Electronics: Jacob Milman & C. Halkias, Millman & Grabel
    Integrated Circuits: K.R. Botkar
    Op. Amps & Linear Integrated Circuit: Gayakwad
    Digital Logic

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    Re: How to Prepare for IES being a second year B.E student? What kind of book should I prefer?

    Hello,
    You should prepare right now, when you appear in final exam of university you can appear in UPSC examination. First of all you should download and print previous years question papers at www.upsc.gov.in for pattern of question papers.

    After that you have to prepare from these books:

    IES general studies by GK, Integrated Electronics: Jacob Milman & C. Halkias, Millman & Grabe, Network Analysis: Van Valkenbur, Principle of Communication System: Taub & Schilling etc.

    And for mains first of all you have to tell us in which branch you are doing B.E. then we have to advice the books.

    Wish you all the best
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    Re: How to Prepare for IES being a second year B.E student? What kind of book should I prefer?

    Quote Originally Posted by agatya View Post
    I am pursuing BE, I want to know how to prepare for IES? As I am in second year what kind of books should I prefer?
    u can apply at final year only so u are having lots of time to give best in IES.
    u must have clear idea in ur basics. then u can follow ur main subjects easily n can clear IES exam.
    must study with STANDARD BOOKS.
    NETWORK ANALYSIS - VAN VALKANBURG
    LIC - ROY CHOUDHARY
    MACHNES - B.L.T & P.S.BIMHRA
    POWER ELECTRONICS - P.S.BIMHRA
    M & I - A.K.SHANEY

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    Re: How to Prepare for IES being a second year B.E student? What kind of book should I prefer?

    IES entrance test or Indian Engineering Services entrance exam is designed for recruitment of engineers in government services.
    IES exam is conducted once every year by UPSC. Examination notifications are published in major newspaper and employment news in January / February and exam is conducted in June/ July every year.

    IES Exam Eligibility Criteria:-

    Age Limit: Candidate should be in age group 21-30 years on the first day of august of the year of examination.
    This exam is conducted for Engineering students of departments such as:
    • Civil Engineering,
    • Mechanical Engineering,
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Electronics & Tele Communication Engineering
    IES Exam Selection Procedure:

    Entrance test consists of two parts :

    Written Exam: there will be 5 papers in written test of 200 marks each as follows:

    Paper 1: General Ability Test (General Studies and General English), this will be objective type test & mandatory for each applicant.

    Paper 2 & 3: Paper 2 & 3 will be objective type test of 200 marks each based on core engineering subjects (candidate core branch of engineering degree.) The subject comes under these papers are civil engineering / mechanical engg. / electrical engg. / electronics & telecommunication engg.

    Paper 4 & 5: paper 4 and 5 will be subjective tests of 200 marks each on core engineering subjects engineering / mechanical engg. / electrical engg. / electronics & telecommunication engg.

    Personality Interview: candidates qualified in written test will be called for personal interview where their personality will be judged, the personality interview will be of 200 marks.

    PREPARATION FOR THE EXAMINATION:-

    You have to work really hard to clear the test.
    You can procure previous question papers on the test from different sources like from internet or from bookstores.
    Also, buy dedicated books on the test from prime bookstores to prepare for the same.
    A systematic study is required to clear the IES examination. You can also seek for external coaching for the test from qualified professors or tutors.

    You will have to put all your time and effort and focus precisely towards the exam in order to pass the exam.
    Each step is very crucial. Therefore it is advisable to get external help, through coaching centers or tutors for getting a systematic training for the IES.

    Recommended Books for IES

    Books for IES Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering
    - Network Analysis: Van Valkenburg
    - Network and Systems: D. Roy Choudhary
    - Integrated Electronics: Jacob Milman & C. Halkias, Millman & Grabel
    - Integrated Circuits: K.R. Botkar
    - Op. Amps & Linear Integrated Circuit: Gayakwad
    - Digital Logic & Computer Design: Moris Mano
    - Signals and System: Oppehum, Willsky & Nacob
    - Automatic Control System: Benjamin C. Kuo
    - Control System Engineering: Nagrath & Gopal
    - Principle of Communication System: Taub & Schilling
    - Communication System: A. Bruu Carlson
    - Electromagnetic Waves & Radiating Systems: Jardon & Balmain, JD Kraus

    Books for IES Electrical Engineering
    - Network Analysis: Van Valkenburg
    - Electromagnetic: Willain H. Hayt
    - Electrical Machinery: PS Bhimra
    - Electrical Machines: Nagrath & Kothari
    - Power System Engineering: Nagrath & Kothari
    - Electric Power Systems: CL Wadhwa
    - Automatic Control System: Benjamin C. Kuo
    - Control System Engineering: Nagrath & Gopal
    - Electrical & Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation: AK Sawhney
    - Integrated Electronics: Milman & Halkias, Millma & Grobel
    - Digital Logic & Computer Design: Morris Mano
    - Power Electronics: PS Bhimra

    Books for IES Civil Engineering
    - Strength of Materials: Gere & Temoshenko, B C Punamia
    - Structural Analysis: Negi, S Ramamurtham, C K Vang
    - Concrete Structures: Punamia & Jain, H J Shah
    - Steel Structures: Duggal
    - Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering: Ranjan & Rao, Venkat Ramaiha, S K Garg
    - Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics: Modi & Seth, R K Bansal, Subramanyam
    - Hydrology: Subramanyam
    - Irrigation: S K Garg
    - Highway Engineering: Khanna & Jasto, Kadiyali

    Books for IES Mechanical Engineering
    - Enginnering Thermodynamics: PK Nag
    - IC Engine: ML Mathur and RP Sharma
    - Gas Turbine and Propulsive Systems: PR Khajuria & SP Dubey
    - Fluid Mechanics: Modi & Seth, RK Bansal
    - Compressible Flow: SM Yahya
    - Heat and Mass Transfer: JP Hollman, RC Sachdeva
    - Refrigeration and Air Conditioning: CP Arora, Domkundwar
    - Fluid Machinery: Jagdish Lal, RK Bansal
    - Theory of Machines: RS Khurmi, Malik & Ghosh
    - Mechanical Vibration: Grover
    - Machine Design: Shigley, VB Bhandari
    - Material Science: WD Callister, IP Singh
    - Production Engineering: Kalpkjian Schmid, Amitabh Ghosh & AK Malik
    - Industrial Engineering: O P Khanna, Buffa & Sarin
    - Operations Research: Kanti Swarup
    - Strength of Materials: Gere & Timoshenko, BC unamia, Sadhu Singh

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    Re: How to Prepare for IES being a second year B.E student? What kind of book should I prefer?

    Your preparation starts now. Try to read very well. Go to www.upsc.gov.in to download past questions. Study them and success will be yours

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