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IIT Delhi Adds Biomedical as the 25th Paper in GATE 2020

The GATE 2020 exam would be conducted on 01, 02, 08, and 9 February, 2020 by IIT Delhi. As per the official notification, GATE 2020 would be conducted in two sessions – Forenoon session (09:30 am to 12:30 pm) and Afternoon session (02:30 pm to 05:30 pm).

The GATE 2020 exam can be taken by students of 25 engineering streams (after including the newly added Biomedical Engineering paper) who want to do master’s and direct doctoral programmes in engineering, technology, architecture and in other branches of science from various IITs and Indian Institute of Science (IISc). Engineering students aspiring to pursue their engineering career through Public Sector Undertaking companies (PSUs) too can write GATE as most of the PSUs consider GATE score while recruiting suitable candidate.

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Exam Dates for GATE 2020 Announced by IIT Delhi

It is official now that the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2020 (GATE 2020) will be conducted by Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi). The examination dates for GATE 2020 are 01 February, 02 February, 08 February and 09 February. The tentative timings of the exam will be 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM. The announcement has been made on the official webpage of IIT Delhi for GATE 2020.

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IES Master Hits the Bull’s Eye in UPSC ESE 2019 Mains

IES Master students were in for a pleasant surprise in ESE 2019 Mains Paper-I and Paper-II. Most of the questions asked by UPSC were those which they had encountered in classroom, study material, or in test series.

It is here that the class of IES Master stands way beyond, where no other institute can dare claim such command with precision. The faculty at IES Master are at the heart of such expertise when it comes to top engineering exams in the country.

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ESE/IES 2019 MAINS SOLUTIONS BY IES MASTER

It’s a feeling every student can relate with, as he or she walks out of the exam hall, and everyone is starts discussing about the exam. You join the conversation if it went fairly well, or you avoid all discussion if it is a disaster that just happened in the exam hall. Whatever had happened is past now. It is time now to get a legitimate feedback for your efforts that you had invested in the exam hall, and legitimacy can be evaluated only by looking at the solutions of the questions that were asked by UPSC in the exam.

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