IES Previous Year Question Papers

IES Previous Year Question Papers: Applicants can download the IES Previous Year Question Papers directly by hitting below provided direct link. Those who are participating in Indian Engineering Services examination to get recruited for EEE, ECE, Mechanical, Electronics Engineering services must download ESE/Engineering Services Model Papers with solution; it will help you to get an idea about the exam paper. So, applicants for better preparation must get IES Previous Year Papers PDF from below structured page.

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Indian Engineering Services Previous Year Papers 2015

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Previous Year Papers of IES /ESE 2014

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Indian Engineering Services Question with Answers:

Question 1: The minimum value of camber provided for thin bituminous surface hill roads, is

a)    2.2%
b)    2.5%
c)    3.0%
d)    3.5%

Question 2: The total length of a valley formed by two gradients - 3% and + 2% curve between the two tangent points to provide a rate of change of centrifugal acceleration 0.6 m/sec2, for a design speed 100 km ph, is

a)    16.0 m
b)    42.3 m
c)    84.6 m
d)    none of these.

Question 3: The ratio obtained by dividing 'quick assests' by current liabilities is called

a)    Turnover ratio
b)    Acid test ratio
c)    Solvency ratio
d)    None of these.

Question 4: The most commonly used semiconductor material is

a)    silicon
b)    germanium
c)    mixture of silicon and germanium
d)    none of the above

Question 5: For a base current of 10 μA, what is the value of collector current in common emitter if βdc = 100

a)    10 μA
b)    100 μA
c)    1 mA
d)    10 mA

Question 6: A 240 H inductor is equivalent to a

a)    0.240 mH inductor
b)    0.000240 mH inductor
c)    240 mH inductor
d)    240 H inductor

Question 7: Thickness of a pavement may be reduced considerably by

a)    compaction of soil
b)    stabilisation of soil
c)    drainage of soil
d)    combination of all the above.

Question 8: A 2 mH, a 3.3 mH, and a 0.2 mH inductor are connected in series. The total inductance is

a)    55 mH
b)    less than 0.2 mH
c)    less than 5.5 mH
d)    5.5 mH

Question 9: The voltage across a coil when di/dt = 20 mA/s and L = 8 H is

a)    16 mV
b)    160 mV
c)    1.6 mV
d)    2.5 mV

Question 10: Pick up the element of the cost from the following:

a)    direct material
b)    direct labour
d)    All of these

Question 11: Resistance is measured in

a)    henries
b)    ohms
c)    hertz
d)    watts

Question 12: When converting 7,000 nA to microamperes, the result is

a)    0.007 µA
b)    0.7 µA
c)    700 µA
d)    7 µA

Question 13: At room temperature the current in an intrinsic semiconductor is due to

a)    holes
b)    electrons
c)    ions
d)    holes and electrons

Question 14: Air is best heated with steam in a heat exchanger of

a)    plate type
b)    double pipe type with fin on steam side
c)    double pipe type with fin on air side
d)    shell and tube type

Question 14: Which of the following is generally considered as opaque surface towards radiations?

a)    Gases
b)    Solids
c)    Liquids
d)    Both (b) and (c)

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Question 16: In which of these is reverse recovery time nearly zero?

a)    Zener diode
b)    Tunnel diode
c)    Schottky diode
d)    PIN diode

Question 17: Mass transfer rate between two fluid phases does not necessarily depend on the __________ of the two phases.

a)            chemical properties
b)            physical properties
c)            degree of turbulence
d)            interfacial area

Question 18: Fenske equation determines the
a)    maximum number of ideal plates.
b)    height of the distillation column.
c)    minimum number of theoretical plates.
d)    optimum reflux ratio.

Question 19: Mechanical impedance is the ratio of

a)    rms force to rms velocity
b)    rms force to rms displacement
c)    rms velocity to rms displacement
d)    none of the above

Question 20: Which one of the following is incombustible?

a)    H2
b)    CCl4
c)    C2H2
d)    S

Download IES Previous Year Question Papers by following the below mentioned steps-
• First and foremost step is to visit the official site of the organization that is www.upsc.gov.in.
• From the home page applicants need to follow the” Examination” section which is given at the menu bar and hit on “previous year question paper” tab.
• Now new page will be appeared on the screen choose the respective year for which you want Indian Engineering Services Exam Previous Year Papers.
• This will take you to the new page where you are required to select respective IES question paper.
• Thereafter, choose the most apt links of IES exam papers PDF.
• Within a minute IES Previous Year Papers with answers will be appeared on the screen.
• In the end, candidates must get the print of Indian Engineering Services Previous Year question Papers and start your preparation with the help of same.

IES / ESE Exam Pattern

 Paper Written Examination Marks Duration Stage-I : (Objective Type Papers) General Studies and Engineering Aptitude Paper 200 Marks 2 hours Engineering Discipline-specific Paper 300 Marks 3 hours Stage-II : (Conventional Type Papers) Engineering Discipline-specific Paper-I Civil Engineering/Mechanical Engineering/Electrical Engineering/ Electronics & Tele-communication Engineering 300 Marks 3 hours Engineering Discipline-specific Paper-II Civil Engineering/Mechanical Engineering/Electrical Engineering/ Electronics & Tele-communication Engineering 300 Marks 3 hours Total marks for written Examination (Stage-I + Stage-II) 1100 Marks Stage-III : Personality Test 200 Marks Total marks (Stage-I + Stage-II + Stage-III) 1300 Marks