UPSC Electrical Engineering Books/How to prepare Electrical Engineering for IAS
UPSC IAS Exam is conducted in three phases- Prelims, Mains and Interview. UPSC has released the notification for UPSC 2017 IAS Exam. The IAS Prelims exam is scheduled on 18th June 2017. In UPSC IAS Mains exam candidates have to face the one optional subject with two paper, considered as the indispensable part of UPSC IAS Mains exam.
How to prepare electrical engineering for IAS?
Electrical engineering as an optional subject for UPSC IAS Mains
Electrical engineering as an optional subject for UPSC IAS Mains Exam.
Electrical engineering is a professional degree subject that deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. Aspirants those who are from Electrical engineering background can only handle this optional subject. The syllabus of Electrical engineering for UPSC IAS Mains exam is too vast and difficult. The syllabus of electrical engineering ought to be done before prelims. Here we are giving a list of important books for Electrical Engineering optional.
Books for Electrical engineering optional for UPSC IAS Mains Exam
- Electromagnetic Fields & Waves- Kd Prasad
- Energy Conversion: Ashfaq Hussain
- Circuit Theory : Analysis and Synthesis- A. Chakrabarti
- Signals and Systems-Alan V. Oppenheim, Alan V. Willsky, S. Hamid Nawab
- Physics of Semiconductor Devices – Simon Sze
- Analog Electronics: J.B. Gupta
- Digital Logic and Computer Design-M. Morris Mano
- Principles of Electronics – V .K. Mehta
- Radio Engineering – G.K. Mithal
- Circuit Analysis – Gupta Electrical Technology – Thareja
- Automatic Control System – Benjamin C. Kuo
- Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics – Nannapaneni Rao
- Electromagnetic Waves and Field – R.N. Singh
- Control Systems Engineering – Nagrath Gopal
- Semiconductor – Nag Choudhary
- Integrated Circuits – D. Roy Choudhary
- Network Analysis – Valkenburg
- Basic Current Analysis – Murthy
- Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating System – Jordan & Balmain
- Modern Central Engineering – Katsuhiko Ogata
- Microprocessors and Microcomputers- R. S Gaonkar
Topics in Communication Theory – David Middleton