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Old October 3rd, 2017, 03:11 PM
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The names of some of the good reference Books for preparation of Indian Engineering Services (IES)/ Engineering Services Examination (ESE) conducted by UPSC are as follows:

Network & Systems
D. Roy Chaudhury

Engineering Circuit Analysis
William H. Hayt

Digital Design
M. Morris Mano

Digital Systems
Tocci & Widmer

Modern Digital Electronics
R.P. Jain

Elements of Electromagnetics

Engineering of Electromagnetics
W.H. Hayt

Antenna & Wave Propagation
K.D. Prasad

Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics
N. N. Rao

Control System Engineering
I. J. Nagrath & M. Gopal

Automatic Control Systems
B. C. Kuo

Linear Control System
B. S. Manke

Signals and Systems
Alan V Oppenheim,
Alan S. Willsky And
S. Hamid Nawab

Communication Systems
Simon Haykins

An Introduction to Analog and Digital Communications
Simon Haykins

Communication: Analog & Digital
Singh and Sapre

Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems
B.P. Lathi

Electronic Communication Systems
Kennedy and Davis

Integrated Electronics: Analog & Digital Circuit & Systems
Jacob Millman & Christos C. Halkias

Microelectronic Circuits
Sedra & Smith

Electronic Devices & Circuits
J.B. Gupta

OP Amp and linear Integrated Circuit
Ramakant A Gayakwad

Solid State electronic Devices
Streetman and Banerjee

Semiconductor devices
S. M. Sze

A text book on Analog Circuits
A. Rajkumar

IES Examination Pattern

The entrance for Indian Engineering Service comprises of a Written Exam (section I and II) and an Interview.

The details follow:

• One Engineering Discipline should be chosen from the following categories:
o Civil Engineering
o Mechanical Engineering
o Electrical Engineering
o Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

• The written examination will comprise two sections:
o Section I - objective types questions
o Section II – conventional (essay) type questions papers.

• Both Sections will cover the entire syllabus of the relevant engineering subject.
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