UPSC ESE Mechanical Engineering 2020

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Engineering Mathematics

Engineering Maths is now a part of UPSC ESE syllabus. A good performance in this section can increase your chances of success.

Strength of Materials

One of most important subjects from Mechanical Engineering. Builds concepts for other subjects like Manufacturing Processes, Machine Design for a better understanding.

Thermodynamics and Power Plant Engineering

A subject you just can't ignore if you wish to be successful in UPSC ESE Mechanical Engineering. Each and every topic is of high importance. Our advice....be regular and be persistent.

Heat Transfer

What you learn in Thermodynamics, apply it in the section of Heat Transfer. This subject is more applied in its sense as compared to Thermodynamics.

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

A practical view of the theories of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, is what you would find in this subject. Make sure you cover these two topics before you start this subject.

Manufacturing Engineering

This is the most important topics in UPSC ESE ME, probably because of its vastness. You need to be good in the concepts of Strength of Materials in order to have a strong hold on the concepts of Manufacturing Engineering.

Industrial Engineering

A topic usually missed by most of the students. Our advice, pay as much attention to this section as you pay to other sections.

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery

This is a topic which is of highest importance after Thermodynamics and SOM. You can expect a good number of questions from this subject in UPSC ESE Mechanical Engineering.

Theory of Machines and Mechanical Vibrations

This is a subject that builds the concepts for Machine Design. But again, before you start with this subject, make sure you are well versed with the concepts of SOM.

Machine Design

Machine Design deals with the application of concepts learnt in SOM and TOM. So make sure before you start with this subject, you are well versed with the concepts in SOM and TOM.

General Aptitude

This is a dedicated section in UPSC ESE Mechanical Engineering. If you prepare well for this section, then you can guarantee success in the exam!

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