Power System Operation Corporation Limited (POSOCO) has announced its recruitment plan for the post of Executive Trainees (ETs) in the Electrical (EE) and Computer Science (CS) disciplines on the basis of GATE 2020 scores. POSOCO is a Government of India Enterprise that comes under the Ministry of Power. The prime objective of this enterprise is to manage the nation’s power system operations.
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.
IES Master has stamped its complete domination over Civil Engineering stream. By far, there is no institute that comes even close to be called a competition. Ajay Singhal and Sumit Dewda, both of whom secured AIR-1 in GATE 2020 from Civil Engineering branch, are students of IES Master Regular Classroom program.
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has announced the results of Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2020 today. Candidates who wrote GATE 2020 on 01-02 and 08-09 February, 2020 can visit official GATE 2020 portal to check their GATE 2020 results online.
How to check GATE 2020 Result
A total of 8,58,890 candidates registered for GATE 2020, of which 6,85,088 candidates appeared in the GATE 2020. As per the official result notification, 18.8% candidates have declared qualified in the GATE 2020.
IIT Delhi, the organizing body of GATE 2020, has released the GATE 2020 final answer keys. The GATE 2020 exam was conducted on 1, 2, 8 and 9 February 2020 for all the 25 disciplines of engineering and science.
Here’s how the candidates, who took the GATE 2020, can check the GATE 2020 answer keys along with the question papers.
GATE (The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) Exam is a gateway for all those engineering students who are aspiring to secure admission for higher studies in the reputed institutes such as IITs or NITs. GATE is a highly competitive exam for engineers. Every year lakhs of engineering graduates write the exam, and this number is growing year on year. To crack such a highly competitive exam, one needs to follow some good tips and the guidance of experts during their preparation for GATE.
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.
IIT Delhi, the organizing body of GATE 2020, has released the GATE 2020 answer keys and question papers for the 25 papers that were conducted on 1, 2, 8 and 9 February 2020.
Here’s how the candidates, who appeared in the GATE 2020, can check the GATE 2020 answer key along with the question papers for their respective disciplines.
Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL or POWERGRID), a Navratna conglomeration and the Central Transmission Utility (CTU) of India, is going to recruit 53 Engineer Trainees from Electrical branch on the basis of GATE 2020 score.
|Name of Post||Branch||No. of Vacancies||Upper Age Limit||Compensation|
Engineer Trainees |
|Electrical||53||18 to 28 years of age as on 31 December, 2019||
₹ 60,000 – 1,80,000|
(During one year training)
A candidate should have a full time B.E./ B.Tech/B.Sc (Engg.) degree in Electrical/Electrical (Power)/Electrical and Electronics/Power Systems Engineering/Power Engineering (Electrical) from any recognized university/ institute with minimum 70% or equivalent CGPA. Final year / semester students, who expect their final results to be released by 14 August, 2020 are also eligible to apply, provided they have obtained 70% marks or equivalent CGPA in aggregate of all semesters/years up to pre-final examination. In case they are selected, their candidature shall be subject to their securing minimum 70% marks in the essential qualification.
The GATE 2020 examination is going to be conducted on 01, 02, 08 and 09 February, 2020. Just after writing GATE 2020, engineering students who have written this exam will be eager to know about their GATE score and probable GATE score without waiting for IIT Delhi to announce the GATE 2020 results, which is scheduled to be announced on 16 March, 2020.