UPSC ESE Exam Analysis 2019
UPSC ESE Exam Analysis 2019 - UPSC ESE preliminary exam was held on January 6, 2019. The exam was held at across 42 exam centres across the country in two shifts - morning ( 9 to 11 am) and evening (2 to 5 pm). UPSC ESE Exam Analysis 2019 list out the details regarding the topic-wise distribution of questions, sectional as well as overall difficulty level, expected cut -off, marking scheme. With the help of exam analysis, candidates can check the difficulty level of exam, topic-wise sectional as well as overall questions asked in UPSC ESE 2019 exam.
As per previous year, UPSC ESE exam analysis, paper I General Studies and Engineering Aptitude Paper was moderate in difficulty level. According to the candidates who have appeared for paper II Engineering Discipline and Technical paper was lengthy. The paper 1 of UPSC ESE was conducted for 200 marks whereas paper II was conducted for 300 marks. Candidates appearing for the exam can check UPSC ESE exam analysis 2019 below.
UPSC ESE Exam Analysis 2019 Overall difficulty
The preliminary exam of UPSC ESE comprises two papers – Paper I and II. Paper I will be held for 200 where candidates will be allotted 120 minutes to answer the questions..The paper II will be conducted for 300 marks and candidate will be given 180 minutes to answer. Candidates appearing for the exam can check UPSC ESE exam analysis 2019 overall difficulty level below.
Level of Difficulty
General Studies and Engineering Aptitude Paper
Moderate to difficult
UPSC ESE Exam Analysis 2019 for paper 1
The paper 1 of UPSC ESE was moderate in terms of difficulty level. The questions were objective in nature carrying 100 questions. Candidates can check the previous years UPSC ESE exam analysis topic wise below.
Number of questions
Basics of Material Science & Engineering
Ethics and values in the Engineering Profession
Basics of Energy and Environmental Construction environment, pollution and degradation, climate change, environmental importance, assessment
General Principles of Design, Drawing, Importance of Safety
Standards and Quality practices in production, construction, maintenance and services
Engg Mathematics and Numerical Analysis
Engg Aptitude covering logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability
Current Issues of national and International importance relating to social, economic and industrial development
Basics of Project Management
UPSC ESE Exam Analysis 2019 for paper 2
The question asked in paper II was lengthy. The total marks allotted to this section was 300 where candidates were given 3 hours to answer.
UPSC ESE Cut off 2019
The cut off of UPSC ESE will be released for preliminary mains exam and final cut off. The cut off of UPSC ESE will have minimum qualifying cut off as well as overall cut off. As per previous years cut off analysis, the minimum qualifying marks for General, OBC, SC, and ST need to secure 15% while it is 10% for PH category. Candidates appearing for the preliminary exam will have to obtain the minimum qualifying marks which will be released by UPSC and overall cut off to be eligible to appear for mains examination of UPSC ESE 2019.
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Questions related to UPSC ESE
My DOB is 29 Sep 2000, so can i appear in Jan 2021 UPSC ESE, and currently Im in Second Year of B.Tech (Ends in this June) by June 2021 I will enroll in 4th Year(Final Year) So am I eligible or I have to wait for Jan 2022 Exams. Thank You
see to opt for upsc ese (engineering services exam ) you need to be passed the btech o relevant course or in final year of studies. from your information it mentions that you will be in third year on 2021, upsc exam is held on january generally. age criteria is different as per category wise. for general age limit is 30, as on 1 january. relaxation is applicable for sc/st or obc/ ex serviceman quota candidates.
My DOB is 23 April 2003 then can i eligible to appear in 2024 upsc exam which is my last year of graduation?
Yes, candidate who have attained 21 years age and have graduated or in final year of graduation are eligible to apply for UPSC. There's no specific aggregate required to apply for this exam, one just needs to be a graduate in any discipline from a recognized university.