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After pursuing Bachelor degree in engineering, all engineering students stand at the platform to choose their secure and bright career ahead. A majority of engineer opt their career in management or Post graduation (M.E. / M.Tech). A majority of engineering college are not able to give 100% placement to their students as a fresh graduate engineer. The rate of unemployment for engineers is increasing very fast due to economic factors.
A graduate engineer spend 4 year of time with great sum of money to get Engineering degree in different streams, after the completion of their course they are bound to work in Software companies not as their first choice, but to get satisfied their family with their job. As major recruiter are companies which deals in software developments &
A large number of Civil, mechanical, electrical, electronics engineer are working as a software developer on various platform. They literally spoil their hard learned technical knowledge for the sake of jobs. Although in recent year recession affects are global and jobs are secured in IT based industries. A numbers of vacancies are left in government based organization for fresh engineers like BSNL,UPSC,DRDO,ISRO,ONGC,GAIL,HAL,NTPC and several top PSU’s.
In order to get admission in M.E. / M.Tech the examination that holds significant importance on national as well as international level is GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) . You need to qualify GATE for admission in post-graduation programmes with good score. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE), is an All-India examination that holds high significant and is conducted in eight zones across India by the GATE committee.
The main objective of GATE test is to identify the quality of students and assess their potential to continue higher education. By conducting GATE examination, it becomes easy to evaluate the students with technical & non- technical skill at defined scale and consistency to pursue higher studies in the field of engineering at IISC, NITs and
The questions of GATE examination are usually the derivation of basic fundamentals of their engineering subjects and preparation of GATE is an ongoing process and is supposed to take place at beginning of their engineering stages.
TIPS & TRICKS for GATE Examination:
•Prepare your best with the fundamentals of engineering subjects and then test yourself those
•Selection of proper book is very important with the choice of subjects. There are students who prepare at home with the number of book options available in the market today.
•Analysis of pattern and standard of papers is very important to prepare the subjects or topics.
Make fresh notes of related topics & keep revising on regular intervals.
•Correspondence coaching courses or postal coaching material will give a concise way to learn the facts of the subjects but material cannot be assessed until one goes through the same word by word with detailed theory. Hence GATE aspirants can go by some tips of their guide and mentor. Those who are getting regular classroom coaching need to confirm their raise their interest of learning. Coaching institute suits their requirement in the way of preparation with following parameters:
• Distinct Study Material that defined the key concepts with major analytical problems which
help you to solve the problem. There are several standard books on each subject by good
authors which can make your study enjoyable as well as interesting.
• While studying theory, conceptualization one needs good books, which can really put our brain
on exercise. We ensure that our coaching institute has a collection of good and informative
• Flexibility- There are many aspirants who have slow or fast grasping power than the average. In such cases, it is better to ascertain the mode that suits your needs and provide proper guidance
• Tests and Evaluation Model- Ensure and track your progress through a set of Practice or Mock
tests and evaluation as this is the most crucial part of the preparation.
• Gate preparation kit is specially designed for engineering GATE aspirants.