Military Engineering Exam
Military engineers design and build the logistical and combative structures during warfare. Some military engineers are expected to even destroy the same structure that they helped make. During battle, military engineers may also be needed to dismantle enemy minefields, weapons and bridges. Military engineers must be exceptionally skilled, have the power to lead and perform as part of a military unit. There are several educational and licensing demands for those interested in becoming a military engineer. According to Indeed.com, as of 2010, the average salary for a military engineer is $82,000 per year.
The Combined Engineering Services’ Examination is carried on by the UPSC every year for recruitment to the four categories of engineering services: (a) Civil Engineering (b) Mechanical Engineering (c) Electrical Engineering and (d) Electronics & telecommunication engineering.
For The Post
(i) Indian Railway Service of Engineers
(ii) Indian Railway Stores Service (Civil Engineering Posts)
(iii) Central Engineering Service
(iv) Military Engineer Services (IDSE-Building and Roads Cadre)
(v) Military Engineer Service (Surveyor of Works Cadre)
(vi) Survey of India Service, Group ‘A’ (Civil Engineering Posts)
(vii) Central Water Engineering Service (Civil Engineering Posts)
(viii) Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil) in P & T Building Works (Group `A’) Service
(ix) Central Engineering Service (Roads), Group `A’;
(x) Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil) in Border Roads Engineering Service Group `A’
(xi) Indian Ordnance Factories Service (Engineering Branch)
(Civil Engineering Posts).