MTRE – An IES Master Initiative to Fulfill Your Dreams
Are you an engineering student from civil, mechanical, electrical, or electronics stream, and aspiring for ESE 2021 and GATE 2021? In your pursuit for success in ESE 2021 and GATE 2021, are you looking for ways to identify your strong and weak areas? If it is so then your search ends here… IES Master, an institute for engineers aspiring for ESE, GATE, and PSUs, has come up with National Scholarship Test for ESE and National Scholarship Test for GATE.
This scholarship test for ESE and GATE aspirants, named as Master Talent Reward Exam (MTRE), unlike other exams is an exam that will help students in achieving their dream goals without worrying about the costs involved, as well as facilitate them in determining their strengths and weak areas. By writing MTRE, ESE 2021 and GATE 2021 aspirants can nurture their hidden talent and strive for improvement in the right direction.
Who can write MTRE?
The scholarship test is scheduled to be conducted on 20 October, 2019. Engineering students from all the four core engineering branches i.e. Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Electronics and Communications are eligible to write this national level scholarship test. MTRE can be written from anywhere as it is a computer-based test that will be conducted across India.
Benefits of writing MTRE
Besides giving an opportunity to ESE 2021 and GATE 2021 aspirants get a chance to earn a discount of up to 100% in their tuition fee at IES Master, all the students who will be writing the MTRE will also get a chance to determine their level of preparation. Also, they will get to know about their ranking amongst the best engineering minds from all over India. Under MTRE, top five students from each of the four engineering branches can earn a discount of up to 100% in their tuition fee.
Other benefits of MTRE include experiencing the look and feel of the real ESE and GATE exam pattern before going to write the actual GATE 2021 and ESE 2021. The question paper of MTRE has been set by IES Master faculty members who are experts in their respective subjects. All care is taken to set the question paper as close to the exam pattern of UPSC for ESE, and that of IIT for the GATE. Besides all these benefits, writing MTRE will help students in getting rid of the fear for exam, and get a boost in confidence before going to write the actual ESE or GATE exams.
So, if you are an ESE 2021 or GATE 2021 aspirant then do not let this opportunity slip out of your hands. Register today for MTRE before registration closes on 15 October, 2019.
If you have any queries regarding MTRE, contact IES Master Delhi centre at 80100 09955 or IES Master Noida centre at 0120 4151100. If you wish, you can also drop a mail at email@example.com or at firstname.lastname@example.org to get details about MTRE, or about the upcoming batches for GATE or ESE classroom programs.