Most of the engineering students from all the four core engineering branches i.e. CE, ME, EE, and ECE write GATE as it offers many career opportunities as well as options for higher education such as post-graduation in specialized subjects. GATE exam is the doorway to many public sector undertakings (PSUs) as well as getting a Fellowship Program from CSIR, or Scholarship in ME/M.Tech, or Ph.D from top IITs or NITs.
GATE is the abbreviated form of Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering. It is a national level competitive exam for engineers that is conducted annually jointly by the seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) located in Delhi, Mumbai, Roorkee, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, and Madras, and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore on behalf of the National Coordination Board-GATE, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), Government of India.
In the past few years, jobs in private as well as public sector companies have seen a drastic rise in numbers. However, for engineering graduates, it is the government jobs that have been always the first choice, and semi-government sector or companies comes second in the list of career preference.
This year, GATE 2018 is going to be conducted by IIT Guwahati, and is scheduled to be conducted on 3,4, 10 and 11 February across India. As a last minute check to your preparation level for GATE 2018, it is highly recommended to take a GATE mock test that is conducted in a GATE like an environment with exactly same tools. The GATE Online Test Series for CE, ME, EE and ECE students from IES Master can help GATE 2018 aspirants in determining whether the concepts that they have comprehended in the past are still with them or not. By taking the online test series, GATE 2018 aspirants can also develop speed and accuracy which is very much required in the real GATE.
Revision is very important part of your GATE 2018 preparation strategy as if revision is not done properly all your months of preparedness can be undone. Therefore, it is highly recommended to plan your revision schedule wisely. The revision does not mean just looking at the topics that you have learned. The main objective of your revision procedure is to recall, not recognise your learning. Also, during your revision focus on subjects or topics that you know least about rather than on the topics that you know best. No doubt revising what you know well would be more satisfying and morale-boosting rather than focusing on your weaker areas. However, the purpose of your revision should not to reassure yourself about what you know, it should be a serious effort on your part to identify what you need to know. The GATE Online Test Series by IES Master is going to help in your revision plan keeping in mind all the above important points.
All the best for your GATE 2018!