Assam AEn vacancies has been announced by APSC for (CE,ME,EE) in Irrigation and Public Health Department of Assam

Assam AEn vacancies are announced by Assam public service commission through advertisement (ADVT NO. 06/2020). On 19th August, 2020 for Assistant engineers (Civil, Mechanical & Electrical) in Irrigation and Public health department. In irrigation departments
Assam AEn vacancies have been announced for two cadres & in public health department vacancy for one. Assam AEn vacancies are welcome move for engineering students.

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ONGC to Recruit Graduate Trainees (E-1) through GATE 2020

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) has announced its plan to recruit Graduate Trainees (E-1 level) in the Engineering and Geo-Sciences disciplines on the basis of GATE 2020 scores. ONGC is one of India’s most prominent Maharatna PSU companies.

AS per the official ONGC notification, the compensatory package at E-1 level in terms of cost to company (CTC) comes to around Rs. 20.06 Lacs .

ONGC is going to hire young engineering graduates from Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Petroleum, Electronics & Communication, Instrumentation, and Chemical streams through this recruitment drive. The number of vacancies for each post will be announced by ONGC at the time of inviting online applications.

Disciple-wise post and eligibility criteria:

Post Minimum Essential Qualification
AEE (Cementing)-Mechanical Graduate Degree in Mechanical Engineering with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Cementing)-Petroleum Graduate Degree in Petroleum Engineering with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Civil) Graduate Degree in Civil Engineering with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Drilling)-Mechanical Graduate Degree in Mechanical Engineering with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Electrical) Graduate Degree in Electrical Engineering with minimum 60% marks Should have Certificate of competency as Electrical Supervisor.
AEE (Electronics) Graduate Degree in Electronics Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Telecom Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Engineering (EC) Graduate Degree in E&T Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Post Graduate Degree in Physics with Electronics with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Instrumentation) Graduate Degree in Instrumentation Engineering with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Mechanical) Graduate Degree in Mechanical Engineering with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Production)-Mechanical Graduate Degree in Mechanical Engineering with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Production)-Chemical Graduate Degree in Chemical Engineering with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Production)-Petroleum Graduate Degree in Petroleum Engineering /Applied Petroleum Engineering with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Reservoir) Post Graduate Degree in Geology (Must have Mathematics / Physics at B.Sc. level) with minimum 60% marks
Post Graduate Degree in Chemistry with minimum 60% marks (Must have Mathematics / Physics at B.Sc. level)
Post Graduate Degree in Geophysics with minimum 60% marks (Must have Mathematics / Physics at B.Sc. level)
Post Graduate Degree in Mathematics with minimum 60% marks (Must have Mathematics / Physics at B.Sc. level)
Post Graduate Degree in Physics with minimum 60% marks (Must have Mathematics / Physics at B.Sc. level)
Post Graduate Degree in Petroleum Technology with minimum 60% marks (Must have Mathematics / Physics at B.Sc. level)
Graduate Degree in Chemical Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Petroleum Engineering /Applied Petroleum Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Chemist Post Graduate in Chemistry with minimum 60% marks
Geologist Post Graduate Degree in Geology with minimum 60% marks
M.Sc. or M.Tech in (Petroleum Geoscience) with minimum 60% marks
M.Sc. or M.Tech in (Petroleum Geology) with minimum 60% marks
M.Tech. in (Geological Technology) with minimum 60% marks
Geophysicist (Surface) Post Graduate Degree in Geophysics with minimum 60% marks
M.Tech. in (Geophysical Technology) with minimum 60% marks
Post Graduate Degree in Physics with Electronics with minimum 60% marks
Geophysicist (Wells) Post Graduate Degree in Geophysics with minimum 60% marks
M. Tech. in (Geophysical Technology) with minimum 60% marks
Post Graduate Degree in Physics with Electronics with minimum 60% marks
Materials Management Officer Graduate Degree in Auto Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Mechanical Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Electrical Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Instrumentation Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Petroleum Engineering/Applied Petroleum Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Chemical Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Civil Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Electronics Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in E&T Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Telecom Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Degree in Computer Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Engineering Degree in Information Technology with minimum 60% marks
Graduate degree in Industrial Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Programming Officer Graduate Degree in Computer Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate Engineering Degree in Information Technology with minimum 60% marks
Post Graduate in Computer Applications (MCA) with minimum 60% marks
Post Graduate in Computer Science with minimum 60% marks
‘B’ level diploma as defined by Dept. of Electronics, GOI.
Transport Officer Graduate degree in Auto Engineering with minimum 60% marks
Graduate degree in Mechanical Engineering with minimum 60% marks
AEE (Industrial Engineering) Graduate degree in Industrial Engineering with minimum 60% marks

Engineering graduates who wish to apply for the vacant posts under this recruitment drive of ONGC should be GATE 2020 qualified. GATE 2020 would be conducted by IIT Delhi on 1, 2, and 8, 9 February, 2020. The result of GATE 2020 is scheduled to be announced on 16 March, 2020.

Candidates interested in the ONGC recruitment drive can submit their online application tentatively in the month of March/April 2020 once the detailed advertisement is released by ONGC.

Till then keep on checking IES Master GATE 2020 job notifications for further updates.

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.

We understand that by this time some students must have calculated their marks and arrived at a conclusion whereas there might be some who might be waiting for the authentic solutions from any reliable source. The right approach is to look for the authentic solutions of the questions asked by UPSC in ESE 2019 Mains.

IES Master has always lived up to the expectation of students by providing specific solutions by specifying the problems. Problems have many faces, and it is generic in nature. But specifications is what is required when you have written an exam like UPSC. Deciphering the message of UPSC expectations from this year’s aspirants is a herculean task, and like every time this time also IES Master has succeeded in doing the same as IES Master’s answers keys and detailed solutions are the most authentic source. The UPSC ESE 2019 Mains Detailed Solutions are prepared by the most experienced faculty and content team at IES Master. So, best wishes and get ready to evaluate yourself.

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GATE 2019 Topper (AIR-10, ME) Mahesh Singh Shares His Success Story

Hello everyone, I am Mahesh Singh Yadav. I secured All India Rank 10 in GATE 2019. I did my B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from YMCA University Faridabad in 2018. I was part of IES Master Test Series program. Test series are always helpful, and the test series of IES Master is up to the level of GATE.

  1. What were your marks in GATE 2019?
    My marks were 89.31.
  2. Tell us about GATE 2019 paper?
    The GATE 2019 paper was not so difficult. If anyone has prepared all the subjects well, and has not left any doubt untouched that he came across while giving the test series then there would not be any single question that he would not have solved. Committing mistakes in the Grammar part of English subject is unavoidable as while doing engineering, English is not given much importance.
  3. How was the technical part of GATE 2019? How much weightage was given to various subjects?
    Weightage of questions was same as it generally is. Difficult questions from the chapter Velocity and Acceleration were asked as always. This time difficult questions from Vibration were also asked in Theory of Machines. A few students were saying that one question from Thick Cylinder was there that was out of syllabus, but I did not feel like that. In that aptitude application was required, and one could have easily solved it.
  4. How did IES Master Test Series help you?
    Self study and going to libraries for reference is not enough. To know where you stand, it is very important to take test series. Even if you are taking coaching from anywhere else, test series is helpful as it helps you determine your weaknesses and strengths. Knowing your weakness will help you to improve, and knowing strengths will develop confidence in you.

    While taking test series, I used to begin from the last by attempting 2-marks questions first. But in GATE, I don’t know why I felt that I should first attempt 1-mark questions first, and then move to 2-marks questions.
  5. What worked for you in GATE 2019?
    The main thing that works in GATE is accuracy. Other than this, as the word ‘Aptitude’ is there in GATE, the other two things important to crack GATE are ‘Aptitude’ and ‘Concepts’. Concepts are very important. The difference between ESE and GATE is that in ESE the syllabus is vast, whereas GATE is completely conceptual based.
  6. What is the right time to start preparing for GATE?
    There is no harm in starting early as you would be able to practice more and understand concepts in depth. You would be able to study standard books for which you get very less time. If you start your GATE preparation in the second or third year, you would be able to grasp the concepts easily. If you come across any doubt then you have enough time to watch IIT lectures on NPTEL. In the final year or last semester of your college, you would not have enough time to refer standard books. In that case, you can refer the classroom notes of any coaching institute. If you have enough time in your hands, you can study any subject in depth, and this in-depth study will help you in the final exam.
  7. When did you start preparing for GATE?
    I wrote GATE in 2018 also, but at that time my main preference was Engineering Services. But I could not make up to the list of ESE Mains qualified students. Then I decided to prepare for GATE and ESE simultaneously, and did the same in the year 2019.
  8. You started preparing for GATE while studying in college only. How did you manage your study schedule?
    In the first two years of college, as it happens with most of the students, I studied only during the time of exam with an intention of scoring average grades. But once you are in the third year, you feel like getting serious about studies as you start thinking about your future after passing out of college. You start thinking about various options after graduating like CAT, ESE, GATE, or Civil Services. After analysing myself, I thought of continuing my future in technical field only after graduation. As I come from a rural background, CAT was not an easy task for me. As far as Civil Services is concerned, I was not confident about going after it at an early stage.
  9. What was your daily study schedule?
    There were no such definite hours for study, whenever I got time I had only two things to do – to study and to eat and sleep. For a student preparing for competition, this only should be the daily routine. If you are doing something else apart from study then you are deceiving yourself only.
  10. Which core subjects you focused while preparing for GATE?
    If you want to see yourself among the top-100 then you have to prepare the entire syllabus of GATE because a simple question can come from any part. If you have not prepared that subject from which an easy question has come in the exam then you will lose marks. In such a competitive scenario, you cannot take the risk of leaving any subject. So you have to prepare all the subjects.

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  11. Which are the two toughest subjects in your opinion?
    I would not say that any particular subject is tough, but I can point out the tough topics from subjects. For instance, velocity and acceleration topic from Theory of Machines subject and Deflection topic from Strength of Material are the topics that I found on the tougher side.
  12. What about Robotics?
    Robotics is not so tough in GATE, but in ESE it is tough. In GATE, a particular pattern is followed while including questions from Robotics, and the same pattern is followed in GATE always. Questions will be asked related to programming, G-force, or questions from BLU (Basic Length Unit) will be asked from Robotics topic in GATE.
  13. How did you prepare Thermodynamics?
    In Thermodynamics, if you practice questions from the first law of thermodynamics then you would be able to solve them easily. If you study it normally then also, you would be able to solve questions from First Law of Thermodynamics. The only question that differentiates a student of 70-marks capacity from 80-marks capacity comes from Availability chapter. Tough questions from this chapter have been always coming, and keep on coming. If you are aware of this fact, and still play ignorant then it means that you are not serious about your GATE preparation.
  14. How did you go about comprehending Theory of Machines?
    Theory of Machines is a tough subject, and always tough questions are asked from it. So, one has to prepare first only those subjects that one finds tough because whatever you find tough, questions from them are going to come in the exam. Also, these subjects such as Velocity and Acceleration, Vibration, Gears and Gear Train, etc. have more weightage in the GATE.
  15. What about Production?
    There are no concepts related to Production. In it, one has to remember the formulas only by not just writing on a piece of paper. Practice questions related to them, and you will memorise the formula automatically. Questions generally come from basic formulas, which are used much, but they are asked in an indirect manner. To answer such questions, your concepts should be clear in all the subjects.
  16. Any subject that I forgot to mention but it was important from preparation point of view?
    All subjects were equally important. I guess, you forgot to mention Refrigeration and Air conditioning. From this subject, there is a probability of questions from Reverse Brayton Cycle, and from VCRS (Vapour Compression Refrigeration System). Very few theoretical questions are asked in GATE. Most of the questions are from concepts. For instance, practical questions like conventional questions come from Psychometry.
  17. Tell us about your family.
    My father is an ex-serviceman from Indian Army. He is retired Honorary Captain, and my mother is a home maker. I have two elder sisters, who are both post graduate in Science.
  18. Take us through those very special moments when you shared your result with your parents and other family members.
    When I shared the result with my family members they were not expecting that I would be securing AIR-10. But they were confident about one thing that I had prepared well and written the exam well without committing any silly mistakes. They were expecting my rank somewhere among the top 200 students, not among the top 10. In fact, I was also not expecting the same. They all congratulated me.
  19. Who is your role model, if any?
    My role models are my parents, and in celebrities my role model is Dr A P J Abdul Kalam.
  20. Tell us about your schooling and your journey from there to college.
    I have done my complete schooling from Yaduvanshi Shiksha Niketan in Mahendragarh district. Then after 12th standard, I got AIR 46,000 rank in JEE Mains without any coaching. Then I felt that I should take coaching, but due to some circumstances after that also I got the same ranking. Then I took admission in YMCA Faridabad, and made up my mind to face the competition again after completing my B.Tech. This college was near to Delhi, and if you want to take any test series, no matter if it is online or offline, you can do it from here. Also, the environment in the college was competitive. I found the college good, and took admission in it.

    YMCA was earlier known as an engineering college only, but in 2009 it was given the status of an university. Now many courses like M.Tech, M.Sc., MCA, are being conducted at YMCA Faridabad, and from year 2019 Civil Engineering and B.Sc. too have been included.
  21. How was the atmosphere in your college, give us a little feel of life in your college.
    The students of YMCA are always in a chill mood. In the first two years of college, study part was like negligible. Students just target 7.5 or 8 grade, nothing more than that. But once you are in third year, you have to study as your family has expectations from you, and your future career is also there. You have to think about all this.
  22. After securing such a good GATE rank, what you intend to do – ESE, higher studies or PSUs?
    As I said that I was out of the interview stage last year in ESE so this time I would first join any PSU, and then if I clear ESE this year then I would first see which department I am getting. If I am assigned Railways or Water Commission then I would leave PSU and go for Engineering Services.
  23. What would be your choice of PSU?
    In PSU my first choice would be the Production department of ONGC, then IOCL, and then NTPC.
  24. What kept you motivated during your GATE preparation, given the fact that there are lows and highs? How did you manage yourself?
    When ESE 2018 result was announced on 9th November, I had only one and half month in my hand for ESE 2019, and two and half months for GATE 2019. At that time I had to see which would be better for me. What I would be able to achieve. It required a very wise decision. If you are getting low ranks in test series, it does not matter. What matters is your ranking in the final exam, and till the final exam if you are able to improve your ranking then definitely it would reflect in the final exam.
  25. Tell us about your strategy in preparing short notes.
    I used to prepare short notes of each and every subject that I studied, because as the ESE or GATE exams are near, you cannot study the entire syllabus. At that time, only short notes come handy, and I used to refer them only. In GATE, concepts rather than syllabus play an important role. For ESE, I studied short notes for the last 5 days, and for GATE, I referred the short notes only for the last three days.
  26. How did you manage your revision, given the fact that it’s quite a huge syllabus, what was your pattern to ensure that no subject was left out?
    Many students don’t write the test series as they fear that they don’t remember the formulas. Till date no such formula has been asked in GATE that is hard or difficult to remember. If there is any hard formula asked, it is mentioned. Formula doesn’t matter, what matters is that you are writing the exam. While writing the test, if you come across any question that you think should not come in the real GATE then it means that you need to study that topic. May be any question from that topic comes in the actual GATE. Never leave any such topics. This will also help you in determining which topics are your weakness, and what are your strengths.
  27. What are the biggest mistakes that aspirants commit during GATE preparation?
    The biggest mistake is that they do not write tests. If they fear of scoring less marks in tests and getting de-motivated then I think it is the biggest mistake. In my opinion, scoring low in tests can motivates you also to perform good by overcoming your mistakes. If you would not write tests then I guess that hardly one out of thousand students would come into the list of top-100 students. If someone has prepared for GATE on its own, then also he writes tests. Tests are very important, one should not skip them.

    Second important thing is to be careful about units. While solving a question from beginning to end, one should keep in mind the unit on which the solution is proceeding. The most important thing is that one should take the entire GATE syllabus in SI units.
  28. What would be your message to your juniors at YMCA Faridabad?
    There is an environment and trend of competition already there in the college as every year GATE and ESE rankers are coming. When my juniors meet me, they are already more passionate about competition. I would like to say to all of them that do not tell a lie to your own. You can speak lie in front of your family, teachers, but somewhere you would feel that you are doing wrong with yourself. You started preparation but you are not able to prove yourself. So do not tell lie to yourself, you will definitely achieve success everywhere.
  29. It is such a pleasure talking to you. You have been an excellent student here at IES Master. It’s been an honour for us to see you here. Thank you for giving us time.
    Thank you, sir.

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GATE 2019 Topper (AIR-2, ME) Anshul Goel Shares His Success Story

Hello everyone, my name is Anshul Goel. I secured AIR-2 in GATE 2019 from Mechanical Engineering. I did my B.Tech. from BITS Pilani. The study material that was provided to me was very concise, and it helped to revise all the parts simultaneously. The syllabus of GATE is very vast. The study material gave me all in a very concise manner. This helped me a lot. The Test Series helped me looking at my weak points to work upon and build confidence, which finally helped me in the final GATE exam.

  1. What were your marks in GATE 2019?
    My marks were 94.65
  2. It means you are short by just .1 marks to be the topper.
    In the beginning, I was not aware of the marks of the topper. Actually I was expecting rank 1, but it’s okay. I shared this with my parents, and they were happy and congratulated me. Later on, when I came to know about the marks of rank 1, I felt bad for a couple of hours but then it got all settled because rank 2 is also not that bad.
  3. How this difference came into effect?
    Actually both our marks are same. My shift was morning, and his was evening. We both got 98.68 marks, but due to normalization, he was moved up by 0.1 marks. So, this created the difference. Otherwise, we both scored 1,000 out of 1,000 in GATE 2019.
  4. Take us through that very special moment when you shared your result with your family.
    When the result was announced, first of all I called up my family members and shared the good news. They all were really amazed, and congratulated me on this achievement. My mother, who is very religious, said that almighty God has answered our wishes. I also congratulated my family, and this made me feel very good.
  5. Who all are there in your family?
    I have a younger brother, who is preparing for Civil Services, and my father and mother.

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  6. Tell us a about your schooling.
    I did my basic schooling from my village, which is near Ambala. I completed my higher schooling from PKR Jain School in Ambala.
  7. Take us through your journey from your school to BITS Pilani.
    I prepared for JEE and BITSAT exam. I cracked BITSAT and got admission in BITS Pilani in 2014.
  8. How were your days at BITS Pilani. Give us a feel of the BITS Pilani campus.
    The campus area of BITS Pilani is awesome. The environment there is totally different. As it is located far from the city in a remote area, it’s really great. One cannot expect how the feeling would be. It’s completely mind blowing. It has its own culture like its students, environment, etc. It’s totally different.
  9. How was this year’s GATE paper different from previous year’s?
    Personally I found the paper easy. When compared to last year’s paper, it was a bit lengthy, but easier.
  10. How was section-1 of GATE 2019 paper?
    Aptitude and English are my stronger parts so I did not face any problem in that part. I answered those 10 questions in 10 minutes only.
  11. What about the technical section?
    It was a bit lengthy, but easy. There were some questions in my set that were out of syllabus, but major portion was good. So I was able to attempt it.
  12. Which subjects were your strength?
    Major subjects that are my strength are the subjects that involve calculations. So Strength of Materials, Fluid Mechanics, Engineering Mechanics, and Thermal sections are my strong topics.
  13. What was your overall strategy with regard to GATE preparation?
    Actually I am more focussed on Engineering Services. I prepared my whole strategy in the month of February only after Engineering Services Prelims exam. The syllabus for both the exams is same. So, first of all, I completed all the basic concepts for the GATE as well as ESE. After writing the ESE Prelims, I referred the previous years’ questions and solved them. That’s how I managed to prepared for GATE.
  14. How did IES Master study material benefit you?
    IES Master study material was very concise. I used to refer the study material only during my preparation instead of looking for what and from where to study in the textbooks. This helped me in covering the vast syllabus in less amount of time.
  15. How did you went about short notes?
    I started making short notes for every subject, but later on, I found that it was not very much beneficial. So I prepared short notes only for those subjects that involve formulas.
  16. What was your study schedule, broadly?
    It was not fixed. My schedule was not according to hours. My final target was to complete a particular part of the syllabus in a set period of time. It was not time oriented. If my target was completed in 6 hours then I would call it a day. If it took ten hours then I would continue with that.
  17. What specific targets you used to keep for yourself?
    After completing my graduation, I focussed mainly on ESE so I devoted my major time in preparing for ESE. Once the ESE Prelims was over, I made a schedule for GATE. There were around 2500 questions, so I made a target of solving 200 questions daily, and I achieved it.
  18. How you kept yourself motivated during your preparation?
    I would like to give all the credit for this to my family. There were times when I felt low, but my family i.e. my younger brother and parents helped me a lot and kept me motivated during those times.

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  19. How did you benefit from IES Master Test Series?
    I used to take one test from the IES Master Test Series every alternate day. One day was spent on analysing the test. When I took all the previous years’ questions, I used to write full-length tests, and then analyse them. This helped me a lot in determining my weak areas. Other than this, time management is the most important thing.
  20. How did you prepare yourself for the exam day, and the day before exam?
    The day before exam was not much exhausting for me because I prepared a lot from the test series that gave me confidence. I didn’t think much about the exam, took a proper sleep, and performed well in the exam.
  21. What is the biggest mistake that students commit?
    I think the biggest mistake that students commit is the lack of basic concepts. Instead of practicing the questions, the students start learning the questions. So in my opinion, building the basic concepts is more important. Once this is done, students should practice questions.
  22. What would be your preference once you have achieved such a good rank?
    I am mainly focussing on ONGC right now, but as I said earlier my main target is Engineering Services.
  23. What would be your message to your juniors at BITS Pilani?
    I would just like to say that concentrate on the basics, and do attend the classes. That’s really important. Apart from that, keep on giving the test series that will help you a lot to know the exact pattern, and how to manage the time during the exam. Additionally, it will also give you a lot of confidence.
  24. Which year do you think students should start preparing for GATE?
    If you did well in the college then a time period of 6-12 months is more than enough for GATE preparation. You just have to practice the previous years’ questions. But if you haven’t studied in the college well then I would say that you should start preparing for GATE in the fourth year itself.
  25. What is that one thing that fascinated you about IES Master?
    The study material that was provided to me was very concise, and it helped to revise all the parts simultaneously. The syllabus of GATE is very vast. The study material gave me all in a very concise manner. This helped me a lot.
  26. You have been an excellent student here at IES Master. We are very much proud of you to have you here at our institute.
    Thank you sir!

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GATE 2019 Toppers: The Star Performers of IES Master

GATE 2019 results have been announced by IIT Madras. Once again IES Master has exhibited its dominance in GATE results by producing GATE 2019 toppers. Prakhar Singh secured AIR-1 CE place in GATE 2019.

Other students of IES Master that excelled and set new benchmarks in GATE 2019 are Avinash Jain (AIR-2 CE), MUKESH POONIA (AIR-2 EE), Paramjeet Kumar Dubey (AIR-3 CE), Jayesh Atreya (AIR-5 CE), Shreyans Mehta (AIR-7 CE), Vishal Tiku (AIR-9 CE), MAHESH SINGH YADAV (AIR-10 ME) and many others.

The result of GATE 2019 is special for IES Master in many ways. It is not only that the preparation strategy of IES Master for GATE has reaped better results but has also earned tremendous accolades from a large number of GATE qualifiers.

What differentiate IES Master from other institutes are the various carefully designed mentoring techniques that are employed in its study programs for ESE, GATE and PSUs aspirants. It is because of this unique teaching methodology that all the GATE 2019 toppers from IES Master were able to answer the questions asked in GATE 2019 with ease.
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Other GATE 2019 rankers from IES Master are:

Student Name Rank Branch
PRAKHAR SINGH 1 CE
AVINASH JAIN 2 CE
ANSHUL GOEL 2 ME
MUKESH POONIA 2 EE
PARAMJEET KUMAR DUBEY 3 CE
ROHIT KHANNA 3 PI
CHAITANYA KUMAR 4 ECE
JAYESH ATREYA 5 CE
SHREYANS MEHTA 7 CE
VISHAL TIKU 9 CE
ATULYA JYOTI 9 PI
MAHESH SINGH YADAV 10 ME
MUKESH LAMROD 11 CE
SHRIRAM KUSHWAHA 14 CE
VIKRANT GAUTAM 16 CE
HEMANT RAJ SHARMA 16 CE
RAJENDRA CHOUDHARY 16 CE
VIKRANT GAUTAM 19 CE
UDITYA RAJ 19 CE
TUSHAR GARG 21 CE
AMARJEET 21 CE
ABHISHEK MAJI 23 CE
CHIRAYU KATARA 24 CE
SPACE GUPTA 24 CE
UMAKANT PRAJAPATI 26 CE
KANGKAN GOHAIN 26 ME
VISHAL KUMAWAT 29 CE
SANCHIT SHARMA 29 CE
RAJAT MISHRA 29 CE
ABHISHEK KHARE 32 ME
NIKHIL KUMAR 33 CE
SIMANT SAURABH 37 CE
DHEERAJ KADYAN 40 CE
TARUN KUMAR BANSAL 40 CE
BAJRANGLAL CHOUDHARY 40 CE
MOHIT RAJ 40 CE
UMANG JAGGI 46 CE
VIKRAM 46 CE
RAHUL GUPTA 48 CE
JAYESH KUMAR SHARMA 49 CE
SK NAWAJESH ALI 49 CE
KESHAV VERMA 53 CE
D N BALAJI 53 CE
KABIL BHARGAVA 55 CE
SAURABH MISHRA 58 CE
SIDDARTHA MANDAL 61 CE
VINAY KUMAR SAHU 61 CE
SHUBHAM SHARMA 61 CE
NITIN KUMAR 65 CE
RAJESH JOSHI 65 CE
MANISH KUMAR SHARMA 71 CE
PARITOSH KUMAR SINGH 74 CE
SATYAM BARANWAL 80 CE
ABUZAR GAFFARI 83 CE
GAURAV KUMAR MEENA 88 CE
MOHIT KUMAR 88 ME
AKHIL JAIN 89 CE
RAHUL GUPTA 93 CE
ANKIT SINGH 96 ME
AMOL JAISWAL 103 EE
AYUSH VERMA 106 CE