Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) has started inviting online applications for Graduate Trainees (E-1 level) in Engineer and Geo-Sciences posts on the basis of GATE 2018 scores. ONGC, which is one of India’s most prominent Maharatna PSU company is going to hire 1,032 young engineering graduates from Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Petroleum, Electronics & Communication, Instrumentation, Chemical, and Computer Science streams for filling these vacant positions across all over India.
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? With ESE Mains 2018 only a few months away, many of you might have already covered or on the verge of completing the basics of all the subjects from the UPSC syllabus for ESE Mains 2018. Now you must have started looking for the advanced preparation techniques that have been generally used by past ESE toppers and GATE toppers. Such advanced preparation techniques require more dedication for their implementation, and only the smart learners and serious students take them.
IIT Guwahati has announced the GATE 2018 result. Keeping up with its tradition of consistently producing GATE toppers since its inception in 2011, this year IES Master managed to produce GATE 2018 toppers in civil engineering branch. Akash Chouksey (AIR-1 CE) scored 91.29 out of 100 marks in GATE 2018.
IIT Guwahati has declared the GATE 2018 result today on 16 March, 2018, a day before the scheduled date of 17 March, 2018. All the candidates who wrote GATE 2018 on 03-04 and 10-11 February, 2018 can visit official GATE 2018 website to check their GATE 2018 results online.
Candidates must note that the GATE 2018 result is for information sake only. What matters will be the GATE 2018 Score Card. It will be on the basis of GATE 2018 score card that one can secure a seat in any of the IITs, NITs, CFTIs or many private as well as state universities to pursue their post-graduation courses.
The education sector in India has witnessed progress by leaps and bounds since independence. Today the education system in India is at par with global standards. The credit to this significant progress in the field of education goes to the widespread use of Internet technology. Quality education, once a prerogative of only the elite class, is now easily accessible across all the segments of the Indian society.
Engineering Services Exam is an exam for engineering students that requires a dedicated amount of time for study as well as a well-planned strategy. A meticulously planned out strategy for the preparation of ESE includes many points such as review of previous year question papers, knowledge about the exam pattern, time management to cover complete syllabus, revision, practice and guidance of experts.
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.
If you are on this page then it means that you must have cleared the first stage of ESE 2018 i.e. ESE 2018 Prelims. Now it is time to start preparing for the second and most important stage i.e. ESE 2018 Mains. The ESE 2018 Mains exam is scheduled to be conducted on 01st of July, 2018 by Union Public Services Commission (UPSC), which means that you have around four months to get yourself prepared to take on the ESE Mains 2018 challenge.
IIT Guwahati the organizing body of GATE 2018 has finally released the GATE 2018 answer key. The GATE 2018 exam was conducted on 3, 4, 10 and 11 February 2018 for all the 23 disciplines of engineering and science.
Here’s how the candidates, who took the GATE 2018, can check the GATE 2018 answer key along with the question papers.