Engineering Services Exam judges the ability of the students in terms of applying their knowledge to each situation and checks your problem-solving ability through your knowledge. Retention of the subject matter is essential so that it can be displayed in the examination. The vastness of syllabus needs to be contained within the vicinity of your mind to reproduce in the answer-sheet. It is a universal fact that students now need to focus their attention on practice as we know that the exam is more a test of your practice than a test of your knowledge.
IIT Bombay has released GATE 2021 Admit card. This year there is surge in number of applicants. According to certain news reports (https://bit.ly/2XiBo9M) around 8,82,684 aspirants have registered this year. Competition for students will be slight different as aspirants from B.Tech third year students are also taking part in the competition. Admit card for GATE 2021 examination is now available at https://gate.iitb.ac.in/.
Staff selection commission (SSC) has released response sheet along with the tentative answer keys of SSC-JE, 2019 computer based examination (CBT-1) held from 27th October 2020 to 31st October 2020. Candidates may login on the SSC website https://ssc.nic.in/ChallengeSystem/ChallengeHomescreen to fetch SSC-JE answer key 2019.
Whenever any exam gets over it leaves students with a sense of curiosity to know the outcome of their efforts. Once you walks out of the exam hall, you see everybody around you discusses and gossips about the question papers and if your intuition allows you to hold an optimistic outlook then you also be involved in the discussion And on the other hand if your exam attempt has not lived up to your expectation, then you will try to ignore the discussion anyhow. But now, your action time is over and we can’t alter the past actions. Now, it’s time to take hold of your nerves and do the self-evaluation and the best way to evaluate yourself is to reconcile your attempt with legitimate sources available.
The UPSC has released ESE MAINS 2020 Admit card on 22nd September, 2020. Students can download the ESE 2020 ADMIT CARD directly from UPSC website. Following are the steps to be download the admit card.
- Visit the official website at upsc.gov.in
- On the homepage, click on the link that reads, “e-admit card for Engineering Services (Main) Examination, 2020’
- A new page will appear on the display screen, a new link will be flashed, Click on the link to download the admit card
- Read the instructions and proceed and select any of the given option between roll number and registration.
- Key in your credentials and login
The UPSC ESE admit card 2020 will be displayed on the screen, Download the admit card and take its print out for future use.
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.
Odisha Public service commission has announced vacancies for Assistant Engineers (Civil) viaadvertisement no. 04 of 2020-21. This vacancy has created under Panchayati Raj & drinking water department in Group-A of Orissa Panchayati Raj engineering service, 2017.
Total number of vacancies are 210 and break up is as follows
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 https://www.gate.iitb.ac.in/#. 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.
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the revised exam dates for the pending exams of 2019 via noticeon 21st July, 2020 and exams are likely to be held on 27th October To 30th October, 2020.
As per the official SSC-JE notification, issued in the month of June, Paper-1 CBT exams were likely to be held in the month of September, 2020. The revision has occurred to contain the spread of corona-virus and as we know that COVID’19 is still not under control, so candidates are advised to visit https://ssc.nic.in/ regularly.