ESE 2020 Social, Economic And Industrial Development
This book is intended to help Engineering Services aspirants to understand the background concepts pertaining to Social, Economic and Industrial development.
The methodical approach used to conceptualize the background idea makes this book immensely helpful for all ambitious engineering students, not only for nurturing informative skills but also to give a holistic perspective.
Considering the new pattern of the examination, basics of Microeconomics concepts have also been introduced in this book.
The role of energy has been assuming increasing significance in recent times with the growing concern for the country’s energy security. The book attempts to make analytical observations that are relevant covering various aspects and is immensely helpful for various UPSC, Engineering and State Level Examinations.
Understanding the concepts of environment, policies and programmes of the government relating to conservation, sustainable development etc. play a vital role in preparing for the new pattern of the exam. The concepts of below topics are covered:
- Basics of Environment
- Climate Change
- Environmental Impact Assessment
Practice Questions are hand-picked from various UPSC exams and are given at the end of every chapter which will test the understanding of the concepts.
The concepts and questions are prepared keeping in view the model paper, prelims of ESE 2017 & ESE 2018 by the UPSC for revised pattern of ESE. Suggestions by the readers are invited for the improvement in our future editions.
The students are also advised to solve the previous ESE questions so that they can understand the pattern of questions for better preparation.
Features of the Book
- Contains previous questions with solutions from 1992 onwards
- All questions are segregated Subject-wise & Chapter-wise
- On point, clear & error free solutions to questions
- Thoroughly updated & revised
The Stage-I (Prelims) of ESE consists of two objective papers. Paper-I contains General Studies & Engineering Aptitude. Paper-II contains Electrical Engineering Subjects. In stage-II (Mains), the technical syllabus is divided into two papers.
The Volume Contains Objective Questions of the Following Subjects :
- Analog and Digital Electronics
- Systems and Signal Processing
- Control Systems
- Electrical Machines
- Power Systems
- Power Electronics and Drives
The style, quality and content of the Solutions for previous ESE Questions of Electrical Engineering, will encourage the reader, especially the student whether above average, average or below average to learn the concept and answer the question in the subject without any tension. However it is the reader who should conform this and any comments and suggestions would be pleasantly received.
Note : It is observed that majority of ESE objective questions are being asked as it is in many PSUs, state service commission, state electricity boards and even in GATE exam. Hence we strongly recommend all students who are competing for various competitive exams to use this book according to the syllabus of the exam concerned. This book can also be used by new Teachers in engineering colleges to improve their Concepts.
Solutions of all previous GATE questions are already available. Every year about 20 % of questions will have repetitive nature, However, rest of the questions are from untapped areas (never asked areas). Keeping this in view, possible questions are prepared in various subjects (chapter wise) along with their hints/solutions. The student is advised to practice the questions systematically so that their chances of getting high score in GATE EXAM will increase.
It is believed that this book is a valuable aid to the students appearing for competitive exams such as ISRO and other PSU’s. This book can also be used by new teachers in engineering to improve their concepts.
This Book is intended to help students to prepare for the topic Information communication Technologies’ included as part of general studies and engineering Aptitude for ESE revised Pattern.
ICT is the technology required for information processing in particular, the use of electronic computers, communication devices and software applications to convert, store, protect, process, transmit and retrieve information from anywhere anytime.
To understand ICT, we have to understand basics of concepts (chapter 1).
How to transfer information from one place to another (chapter 2) and it’s security.
Information can be transferred in several ways. Radio, television, cellular technology (chapter 3) and satellite communication (chapter 4)
Appropriate governance is key to the successful (and cost effective) development of technology within any organisation. (Chapter -5)
ICT in education is any technology that deals with the exchange of information or in other words communication in the teaching learning process. i.e.., Technology Based Education (chapter -6)
The concepts and question are prepared keeping in view the model paper released by the UPSC for revised pattern of ESE . Suggestions by the readers are invited for the improvement in our future editions.