UPSC ESE Exam 2021: Notification Out For Engineering Services Examination, Check Eligibility, Other Details

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has started receiving online applications for Engineering Services Examination 2021 for Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering on its official website that is upsc.gov.in on 07th April 2021.

Candidates aspiring to join the Engineering Services such as Civil Engineering or other fields can apply online for the UPSC ESE Exam 2021 on official website upsc.gov.in on or before 27th April 2021. The prelims exam has been scheduled for 18th July 2021.

Important Links:
  • Starting date of online application- 07th April 2021
  • Last of online application and fee payment- 27th April 2021
  • Last Date for fee payment (Cash) – 26th April 2021
  • Preliminary Exam Date – 18th July 2021
Vacancy Details:

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Education Qualification

The candidates should possess a Degree/ Diploma in Engg, M.Sc, Master’s Degree in Relevant Discipline to be eligible to apply for Engineering Services Examination 2021.

Age Limit 
  • Minimum Age: 21 Years
  • Maximum Age: 30 Years

Age relaxation is applicable for reserved category candidates as per rules.

Selection Process

The UPSC ESE Recruitment selection process will be done in three stages such as

  •  UPSC ESE 2021 Preliminary Examination.
  •  UPSC ESE 2021 Mains Examination.
  •  Personal Interview
Steps to Apply for UPSC ESE 2021

Interested candidate can apply for the exam by visiting the official website of UPSC that is upsc.gov.in on or before 27th April 2021 till 6.00 pm.

Application Fees
  • For Female/ SC/ ST/ PWD: NIL
  • For Others: Rs 200

Candidates can pay the application fee either by depositing the money in any Branch of SBI by cash or by using the net banking facility of SBI

Important Links:

Official Notification PDF

Official Advertisement

Official Website

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