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I have few questions about Indian Engineering Services ..?

I have few questions on nature of Jobs in Indian Engineering Services .. I mean, I don't want to know about syllabus of examination, methods of preparation, coaching centers availability .. I don't want all this .. I just want to what a IES officer in real world is like .. WHat kind of power he has .. Its supposed to be a Group A service UPSC .. Is it equivalent to IAS officer in terms of technical filed ?? Is there growth in that field .. ?? I am choosing IES over many IT Jobs .. Am I doing right .. ?? I am really really interested in engineering & also computer science .. Plz don't give me a lame answer saying follow my passion and everything .. Give me a real world perspective by comparing IES to other jobs available for engineers .. And also plzz call me as soon as possible ..


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RE: I have few questions about Indian Engineering Services ..?

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