Engineering students who are aspiring for ESE, GATE and PSUs, and need the guidance of only particular subject experts instead of getting themselves enrolled in an institute for the study of all subjects then IES Master has come up with the Subject-wise Improvement Program. This study program has been exclusively designed for Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics & Communication Engineering students who are in pursuit of top engineering exams like ESE and GATE.
There are lots of study or preparation programs focussing on the basic requirements of engineering students aspiring for ESE, GATE, and PSUs, but what about the students who are at an advanced stage? Such advanced preparation techniques require more dedication for their implementation, and only the smart learners and serious students take them.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has removed GATE score as the mandatory requirement from the eligibility criteria of its ongoing recruitment drive. With this revision in eligibility criteria, engineering students with just BE/ BTech qualification can now apply for around 2,000 recently announced vacancies in Delhi Metro. The various posts that were announced in January 2018 are Junior Engineer, Assistant Manager, Assistant Programmer, Legal Assistant, Fire Inspector, Librarian, Maintainer, Office Assistant and Store Assistant.
Each year lakhs of engineering students across India take the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) exam to fulfil their dreams of taking something new and achieve success in their career that they aspire for. The GATE exam is the doorway for engineering students to live their dreams of either getting job in top PSUs or doing post-graduation from reputed institutes like IITs and NITs. For the year 2018, IIT Guwahati is going to be the exam conducting body, and as per the official notification of IIT Guwahati, the GATE 2018 online exams are scheduled to be conducted on 03, 04 and 10, 11 February, 2018 (Saturdays and Sundays).
All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi, which is the apex regulatory body for technical education in India, has taken note of the dismal employable rate of engineering graduates in the country, and released new guidelines for technical institutions to increase the rate of employability after technical courses. As per the new guidelines that are going to come into effect from 1 July, 2017, there would be a revamped course syllabus across all the institutions in India. This new syllabus that includes the addition of some new subjects would ensure that the study material is industry-friendly and job-oriented.