ESE ( IES ) Vs GATE

ESE ( IES ) GATE
Recruitment test for central government jobs in various Engineering Departments Entrance test for admissions into ME/ M. Tech and also for recruitment of candidates for jobs in PSUs.
Prelims will be of Objective Type & Mains will be of Conventional type questions. Calculator is allowed only for conventional type papers but not for objective papers. Objective type questions. Conventional type problems are also given with multiple options / choices as answers and also numerical type questions. Virtual calculator will be provided to solve these questions .
Competition ratio in terms of the number of vacancies versus the number of candidates appearing the examination is about 1:300. Competition ratio in terms of the number of candidates qualified versus the number of candidates appearing the examination is nearly 1:7.
Only a few candidates could get good IES ranks in their very 1st attempt. Candidates could get good ranks only in their 2nd or 3rd or higher attempts. A good number of candidates could get very good ranks, in their very first attempt.
Relatively, tough competition. Relatively, easy competition

The GATE preparation will cover almost 70% of the total preparation required for IES, The GATE examination is in January/February. The ESE written exam is held in two phases. Prelims ( Stage-I ) in the month of January and mains ( Stage-II ) after wards in the month of May.

Special note to 3rd and final year students of B.E / B. Tech
Summer short term batches: For GATE about 50 to 60 days will be arranged at Hyderabad. These batches will be arranged during the summer vacation of the students. This will be very much useful for 3rd, final year & passed-out (who cannot stay for long time) students who cannot take long-term regular batches.

Winter short term batches: For GATE about 50 to 65 days will be arranged at Hyderabad. These batches will be arranged during the winter vacation of the students. This will be very much useful for 3rd, final year & passed-out (who cannot stay for long time) students who cannot take long-term regular batches.