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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Free SSC-JE Prelims 6 Full-Length Tests

SSC-JE Preparation through SSC-JE Mains Online Test Series

To help the SSC-JE aspirants utilise the gap-period caused by the outbreak of CoronaVirus across the world, and the lockdown of various states of India to fight against the spread of COVID-19, IES Master is offering the SSC-JE Full-length Online Test Series free of cost to the students. This will help them understand the SSC-JE exam pattern while assessing their level of preparation. The SSC-JE Full-length Online Test Series includes 6 full-length tests, and it would be written by students from all over India. By writing the test series, candidates would get a chance to rub shoulders with the best engineering minds, and on the basis of this feedback, students aspiring for SSC-JE will get a boost in their performance as well as preparation.

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IIT Delhi Announces GATE 2020 Results

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. 

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Tips to Crack GATE in First Attempt

Tips to Crack GATE in First Attempt

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.

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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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UPRVUNL Recruit

UPRVUNL to Recruit 41 Assistant Engineers

The Uttar Pradesh Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited (UPRVUNL) has announced its plan to hire 41 Assistant Engineers (Trainee) from Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics streams. The branch wise vacancy details are: Civil – 13, Mecahnical – 11, Electrical – 8, and Electronics – 6.

UPRVUNL will start accepting online applications from eligible candidates from 07 March, 2020. The last day of submitting online application is 06 April, 2020.

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UPSC Revises Tie-breaking Rule for ESE

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has revised the tie-breaking principle to determine the ranking of two or more candidates who score equal marks in Engineering Services Examination (ESE).

The Tie principle will be applicable in those cases where two or more candidates score equal marks in ESE. This revised tie principle will help the UPSC in deciding the ranking of candidates in the Engineering Services Examination.

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