IIT Bombay has announced the dates for Graduate aptitude test engineers 2021 (GATE’2021). The examination will be held in the month of February, 2021 and examination dates are 5th, 6th, 7th, 12th, 13th and 14th February, 2021. The announcement has been made on official website of This year two new subjects have been included in the subject papers and have increased the total subject papers to 27.
This year candidate can opt for two subject papers (from prescribed set of combinations) that exam calendar would permit, unlike till GATE’2020 where candidates were allowed to write only one paper.

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CII to Identify Technical Talents through CII-iPATE 2020

CII to Identify Technical Talents through CII-iPATE 2020

The Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) is going to conduct a national-level Industrial Proficiency Aptitude Test (iPATE) for Engineers on 4, 5, 11 and 12 July, 2020.

Interested candidates can write iPATE 2020 on any of the above dates by registering themselves online till 15 April, 2020 by making a payment of Rs. 1,500/- as exam fee. The iPATE 2020 exam will be conducted at centres across all the state capital cities and Union Territories of India.

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GATE Preparation with College Studies

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is a competitive exam for engineers that demands a sincere effort from students who are aspiring for PSUs recruitment or higher studies from reputed institutes such as IITs or NITs.

To write GATE, some engineering students even go to the extent of dropping a year after completing their B.Tech, while some manage their studies along with their college studies to clear the GATE. As the GATE syllabus is vast, and competition is getting tough every year, only students who have a focussed approach are able to clear the GATE with good GATE score.

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BARC to Recruit Scientific Officers on the Basis of GATE 2019 and GATE 2020 Score

BARC (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre) is inviting online applications from Engineering Graduates from Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Chemical, Metallurgy, Instrumentation, Computer Engineering, and Nuclear Engineering, and Science Postgraduates for its OCES training scheme and DGFS Program for the recruitment of Scientific Officers (Group-A) under BARC recruitment 2020. The last date of submission of online application is 02 February, 2020.

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Best Coaching Institute to Structure GATE and ESE Preparation

To crack ESE and GATE with best ranking, an engineering student needs a right mentor or guide, in addition to a preparation strategy that is unique. For ESE aspirants, who have cleared the first stage i.e. ESE Prelims, moving forward with the preparation for ESE Mains demands a persistent and focused study approach as failure in the Mains means to wait for another six to eight months to come back at the same stage. Therefore, an ESE aspirant should go forward with his preparation strategy in a systematic manner accomplishing certain tasks or goals within a stipulated time period.

Whether it is ESE or GATE, an aspirant should structure his preparation strategy in such manner that he completes the exam syllabus well before time in a hassle-free way, leaving enough time for revising what has been learned. This will save him from last minute panic attacks. One should go forward with his preparation by setting small goals, and meeting them without fail. In this way, an ESE or GATE aspirant will stay cool and calm, which is very much required during preparation for these top competitive exams for engineers.

Here we are going to present some tips and techniques, following which one can make the preparation strategy for ESE or GATE more effective. Here are the tips:

Understanding the syllabus and exam pattern: The first step of the preparation strategy for any exam is going through the syllabus of that exam. This will help a candidate in categorising the topics into easy, moderate, and difficult, and start his preparation in a systematic manner. The next step is to know about the exam pattern. Understanding the pattern will facilitate an aspirant in knowing how to attempt questions, and how much time should be devoted in attempting each question.

Recalling whatever has been learned: Revision is a very integral part of the preparation strategy for ESE and GATE preparation as this will help a student keep a tab on his progress. Revision will let him identify the topics which are his strength, and the topics that require more practice. The best way to revise is through short notes that have been prepared during the first or second round of reading the topics. Try to revise at least once or twice, depending upon the weightage of marks the topics carry. Revision will also help an ESE or GATE aspirant sit in the respective exam with the desired boost in confidence.

Following time-bound preparation strategy: Equal importance should be given to all the topics during preparation, as no hard and fast rule is followed while setting the question paper. As per past toppers of these exams, an aspirant should take on all the subjects together during his preparation rather than taking one after another.

Right time to start preparation: Every exam has a unique pattern and standard on the basis of which one should start preparing for the exam. Starting early is appropriate, but too early can makes the preparation a bit boring as the passion gets lost at the time when is needed. As per past ESE and GATE toppers and rankers, the appropriate time to begin preparing for ESE and GATE is just after the second semester or the moment you start B.Tech studies. The right time to start preparing for ESE or GATE can vary from person to person, however it is recommended to prepare for these exams under the guidance of subject experts at the best coaching institute for ESE and GATE.

IES Master, a Delhi-based institute for engineers, conducts many study programs that can help engineering students from CE, ME, EE, and ECE branches in their preparation for ESE and GATE. Depending on the time in hand, and the year in which a candidate is targeting to take the ESE or GATE exams, the various options of study programs at IES Master are: Two-year Classroom Program with regular and weekend classes, Subject-wise Improvement program for selective study and guidance, Genius batch for smart engineers, and many more. For session 2020-21, admissions for all these programs at IES Master are currently open.

Candidates, who wish to register themselves for any of the above programs can contact IES Master Delhi Help Desk at 80100 09955 or drop a mail at to know in detail about all or any of the above-mentioned study programs for ESE, GATE and PSUs. For admissions at IES Master Noida, call 0120-415 1100 or mail at

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Students from NIT to Get Direct Admission for PhD in IIT Delhi

As per various media reports, Engineering students from the National Institutes of Technology (NIT) will now be able to pursue their PhD from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi without writing the GATE exam.

This new admission policy will become effective from the academic year 2020-21. The only thing required to get direct admission would be scoring a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 8 and above by students pursuing their B.Tech from NIT.

According to the Director of IIT Delhi, Mr V. Ramagopal Rao, “NIT students, who have a CGPA of 8 and above in their third year and are interested in research will be able to get direct admission in IIT Delhi for completing their final year here. After that, they can continue to pursue their PhD in the institute.”

Like IIT Delhi, other IITs will also integrate NIT students in the near future. To facilitate this exchange of students, MoUs will have to be signed between IITs and NITs.

“The idea behind getting NIT students into the IIT is to improve the research culture. We want students who have the potential for research to join our institute. The NITs also get benefitted from this because their students get direct admission in PhD,” said Mr Sandeep Chatterjee, registrar of IIT-Delhi.

To start with their PhD programs, NIT students will be required to spend a minimum of six months or complete a project with the IIT during their last year of B.Tech.

When it comes to quality education, research and infrastructure, there are 31 NITs in India that are considered to be second to the seven IITs.


Fulfil Your Dreams with MTRE

Achieve your dream goal of cracking the GATE 2021 or ESE 2021 exams without worrying about the costs involved in getting quality study material and the guidance of experts. IES Master, an institute for engineers, has come up with a scholarship program Master Talent Reward Exam (MTRE), writing which engineering students of Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Electronics streams can stand a chance to earn a discount of up to 100% in their tuition fee while getting mentored by subject experts, who are also ESE and GATE rankers from the past, through the various study programs of IES Master.

Under MTRE, top five students from each of the four engineering branches can earn a discount of up to 100% in their tuition fee. This one of its own kind scholarship program for engineers can help engineering students in determining their strengths and weak areas. By writing the MTRE, ESE 2021 and GATE 2021 aspirants can nurture their hidden talent and strive for improvement in the right direction.

In addition, being an all India level scholarship exam, by writing MTRE students will also get to know about their ranking amongst the best engineering minds from all over India. Other important benefits of writing MTRE include getting a first-hand account of the real ESE and GATE exam patterns before sitting in the actual GATE 2021 and ESE 2021 exams.

The questions of MTRE have been set by IES Master faculties who are experts in their respective subjects as well as past ESE and GATE rankers. While setting the question papers, utmost care has been taken by them to get as close to the exam patterns of ESE and GATE. By writing MTRE, students will also overcome the fear of these exams, and experience a boost in their confidence.

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 18 October, 2019.

For any queries regarding MTRE, contact IES Master Help Desk at 80100 09955 or drop a mail at to get details about MTRE, or about the upcoming batches for GATE 2021 or ESE 2021 classroom programs.

The scholarship test, which is scheduled to be conducted on 20 October, 2019, can be written from anywhere as it is a computer-based test that will be conducted across India at centres spread over most of the major cities.


Bring out the Genius in you with Genius Batch

High performance comes mainly from focussed effort of the right kind. Genius Batch is a study program by IES Master for engineering students, who are smart learners and aspiring for top competitive exams like ESE, GATE and PSUs.

This program engages the brightest of civil, mechanical, electrical and electronics engineering students from across India in an intensive concept building and problem solving exercise under the mentorship of subject experts. As this study program involves advanced preparation techniques, it’s taken only by those engineering students who are dedicated and serious about their preparation, and want to test their deep learning. The curriculum of Genius Batch program is structured in such a manner that a student gets started with his ESE and GATE preparation from the very first day itself without going into the basics of subjects.

More benefits of Genius Batch

Genius Batch is one of the most popular courses among the best of engineering minds aspiring for top competitive exams like ESE, GATE and PSUs. By being a part of Genius Batch, students get an opportunity to hone their learning and revising skills, and gear up to take on the exam like a warrior. The program also helps them understand concepts and solve problems.

The students of Genius Batch have plenty of spare time in their hands for self practice, study on their own, and revise whatever they have learnt so far as their batch mates are of the calibre and intelligent quotient similar to theirs. This results in zero wastage of precious time in discussing the basics during classes. The faculty taking Genius Batches mainly focuses on building concepts in the least possible time. Regular practice sessions along with question solving in the classroom itself, followed by doubt clearing and topic discussions keep the students up to date. Students also get a chance to determine their preparation level through tests that are conducted regularly.

Can you be a part of Genius Batch?

The program being designed especially for smart learners from across the country, one needs to meet certain criteria to benefit from it. Engineering students who wish to take the Genius Batch in the course of their preparation for ESE or GATE should fulfil any one of the below given conditions:

  • He should be B.Tech or M.Tech degree holder from any one of the top IITs/NITs or DTU, or
  • He should have cleared the written Engineering Services exam, or
  • He should have a valid GATE rank up to 2000, or
  • He should have scored 65% in B.Tech from any private engineering college or any other college of repute

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GATE 2019 Admit Card Available Now

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has made available the Admit Card for GATE 2019. Candidates, who have registered for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2019 (GATE 2019) through GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS), can download their admit cards now.

Here are the steps to download GATE 2019 Admit Card:

  1. Log on to the official website of GOAPS through the URL
  2. On the page that opens, enter your Enrollment ID / Email Address and Password
  3. Now enter the Captcha code, and then click on the ‘Submit’ button
  4. Now you can download the Admit Card and take a printout of the same for further reference
  5. It is preferred to take colour printout of the GATE 2019 Admit Card as no soft copy will be considered for allowing access to the examination hall

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Tips to Structure ESE, GATE and PSUs Preparation

Success in ESE, GATE and PSUs demands taking the right decision while choosing mentor or guide, and following the right preparation strategy by all aspirants. In the case of ESE, once the first stage i.e. ESE Prelims is cleared it is very important for an ESE Mains aspirant to stay focussed, as missing the opportunity means waiting for another six to seven months to reach the same stage. Therefore, the main objective of an engineering student going to write ESE Mains is to meet specific goals within a set time period.

Whether it is the last moment of preparation for ESE, GATE or PSUs, what becomes important for a student is to structure his or her preparation strategy in such a manner that he does not get confused or become nervous. If you have followed a well-planned preparation strategy and that too under the guidance of an expert mentor, you are definitely not going to get confused or nervous as the exam approaches. Here are some tips and techniques that can make your overall ESE, GATE and PSUs preparation strategy more effective.

Revision of syllabus: During your preparation for ESE, GATE and PSUs, it is not just enough to cover the entire syllabus of the respective exam. A candidate aspiring for all these exams should also structure his preparation strategy in such a manner that there is enough time left for the revision of the entire syllabus. Revision is very important to get the required boost in confidence before sitting in any of these top engineering competitive exams. The more you revise, the more you will gain confidence.

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Importance of time table: Instead of taking one subject after another, what past ESE and GATE toppers believe is that one should take all the subjects simultaneously during preparation. Therefore, it is highly recommended by subject experts and past ESE and GATE toppers to prepare and follow a time-table during their preparation. By doing so you would be moving ahead with your preparation while taking all the subjects/topics simultaneously.

Question selection ability: While taking any of these engineering competitive exams, one must be racing against time. Each minute is precious while writing the exam, so during your preparation for ESE, GATE and PSUs one should focus on improving his question selection ability. It is your smart way of preparation that can help you score good marks in the exam. Almost all competitive exams are about speed, accuracy and the ability to select the questions to be attempted first while in the examination hall.

When to start preparation: Every exam has a unique pattern and standard. Depending on it, one should start preparing for it at the appropriate time. Starting early is the right time, but not too early as sometimes early start makes the whole thing boring, and one loose the passion when it matters the most. So as per past ESE and GATE toppers, the right time to start preparing for ESE and GATE is when you start to feel passionate about these top engineering exams. It can be just after the second semester or the moment you begin your B.Tech studies. It’s all up to you when to start, but it would be wise to start your preparation under the guidance of experts.

IES Master, a Delhi-based institute for engineers aspiring for ESE, GATE and PSUs, has many study programs that can help you with all the above tips and techniques. Engineering students from CE, ME, EE, and ECE branches can begin their preparation with the Two-year Classroom Program of IES Master in a comprehensive manner. Students looking for a study program for ESE, GATE and PSUs while focusing on their semester grades can opt for weekend batches, whereas for full-time aspirants there are regular batches. Students looking for selective learning can go for Subject-wise Improvement Program in their quest for top engineering exams. Genius batch is for smart learners, and General Studies and Engineering Aptitude program is specifically for students aspiring for ESE Prelims. At IES Master, admissions are open for all these programs for session 2018-19.

Interested candidates are advised to register themselves for any of the above programs at the earliest. Contact IES Master Delhi Help Desk at    80100 09955 or drop a mail at to know in detail about all or any of the above-mentioned study programs for ESE, GATE and PSUs.