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UPSC IES/ESE Books for Mechanical Engineering 
  • Strength of Materials by Timoshenko & Gere
  • Operations Research Kanti Swarup
  • Industrial Engg. O.P. Khanna
  • Production Engg. Kalpakjian
  • For Casting – Principles of Metal Casting Rosenthal
  • For Welding – Welding Processes and Technology R. S. Parmar
  • Material Science William D. Callister
  • MADE EASY SERIES: Material Science & Metallurgy Dr. U.C.Jindal
  • Machine Design Shigley
  • Mechanical Vibration V. P. Singh
  • Theory of Machines S. S. Rattan
  • Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines R.K. Bansal
  • Hydraulic Machines Jagdish Lal
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning C.P. Arora (for Theory)
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning P. L. Ballaney (for Questions)
  • Heat & Mass Transfer R.C. Sachdeva
  • Fluid Mechanics Modi & Seth
  • Engg. Thermodynamics P.K. Nag (for Questions)
  • Engg. Thermodynamics Cengel & Boles (for Theory)
  • I.C. Engines V. Ganeshan
  • Renewable Energy Resources John Twidell & Tony Weir
  • Non Conventional Energy Resources B. H. Khan
  • Robotics & Control R. K. Mittal & I. J. Nagrath
  • Introducation to Robotics Analysis, Systems, Applications Saeed Benjamin Niku
  • Mechatronics W. Bolton
  • Vector Mechanics for Engineers- Statics and Dynamics Beer and Johnston
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for UPSC IES/ESE Mechanical Engineering Books

Question- How many stages are there is UPSC IES/ESE exam ?
Answer- Total Three stages. to clear this prestigious exam- Stage I- Preliminary Exam, Stage II- Mains Exam, Stage III- Personality Test

Question- I am in the final year of graduation of engineering. Am I eligible for UPSC IES/ESE  exam?
Answer-
Yes, Final Year Students are eligible for UPSC IES/ESE exam.

Question-In which branch can I appear for UPSC IES/ESE exam ?
Answer-
Engineering Services Examination (ESE) is conducted by UPSC for four categories of engineering :
(1) Civil Engineering
(2) Mechanical Engineering
(3) Electrical Engineering
(4) Electronics & telecommunication Engineering

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