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    B.Tech IT holder is eligible to apply for IES? Which post will be given?

    I completed B.TECH. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. Is am eligible for apply for IES? If I am eligible what post i will get in my service? please reply as soon as possible..

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    bonomali Array
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    Re: B.Tech IT holder is eligible to apply for IES? Which post will be given?

    Hello Friend,

    IES or Indian Engineering Services are the civil services that meet the technical requiremnt of the Goverment of India. IES are recruited based on Union Public Service Commission or UPSC. It is the most sought after career for the Engineering graduates in India.

    But I am afraid you are not eligible for IES exam. The following brances are eligible for IES exam,

    1. Civil.
    2. Mechanical.
    3. Electrical.
    4. Electronics & Communication.

    The following is the criteria for IES exam,

    1. The individual must be a citizen of India.
    2. Age limit should be between 21-30 years.
    3. A bachelor's degree in Engineering from a recognized university in India.

    Bye,

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    amit gupta007 Array
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    Re: B.Tech IT holder is eligible to apply for IES? Which post will be given?

    Friend,i am really sorry to say that you are not eligible for IES exam.Only four branches of engineering which are civil,mechanical,electrical and electronics and communication engineering are eligible for IES.It will be better if you try to prosper in the corporate world because the field is widely open.And if you are extra desirous for the best of the government jobs then you would have to deviate from engineering sector and go for IAS.A better option may also be to prepare for CAT and get an MBA degree from some of the reputed institutions,which will provide you an extra edge in the corporate sector.Wish you all the best for your future career.

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