IDSE (Indian Defence Services of Engineers) is one of the organized Group 'A' Civil Services of Union of India under Administrative Control of Ministry of Defence. Members of this services are top notch Civil/ Electrical / Mechanical Engineering Professionals drawn from IITs/ NITs and other reputed engineering colleges all over India. They enter into this service through elete Indian Engineering Services Examination conducted by UPSC every year. The cadre strength of IDSE is around 1000. IDSE officers join as Asst Executive Engineers in JTS grade and reach in the top echelon of the Govt. in Ministry of Defence and in other ministries in HAG (Addl Secy to Govt of India) level. IDSE officers are known for their thorough professionalism and on ground approach. They have vast knowledge in the field of Project Management , Infrastructure Development, Financial Management, Utilities services (Water Supply, electric Supply and Sewage Disposal). Structural Engineering, Earthquake resistant Designs, Contract Management, Arbitration, Water Supply and Electric Supply planning and design ports and doc, Airport Engineering, Engineering for hilly region, Revenue Collection, are some of the core area in which IDSE Officers are experts. This is in addition to personnel management,administrative capabilities, and policy making and their holistic approach to find solution to the problems, which make IDSE officers a sought after cadre in all govt departments and ministries and other corporate, public and private sector organisations.
IDSE Officers have worked/ are working in all ministries of the govt. of India like Defence, Cabinet Secretariat, RITES, Delhi Metro, NDMC, AIIMS, Home, Ministry of Tribal Affairs, MORTH, Tea Board, DONER, Ministry of Heavy Industries,DRDO, engineering colleges and other professional institutes besides Military Engineer Services.
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