WHAT IS GATE? Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) Jointly conducted various IITs
What can you do with GATE score? M.Tech. M.S. Direct admission to Ph.D. in India and abroad Advantage of campus job placements Jobs in various Public Sectors
Why take GATE? 1. Immense self-development 2. R&D is glamorous and rewarding 3. Monetarily very rewarding 4. Entry norm for many PSU jobs 5. Changed global situation 6. High possibility of entrepreneurship 7. No need to change your field 8. Relatively affordable courses + stipend-paying 9. Your dream of an IIT qualification on your Resume! 10. Improve your campus recruitment chances 11. GATE PASS(being gate qualified) improves CV
Marking Analysis of GATE Mechanical Engineering YEAREMEMESOMTOMMDFMHTTDRACMEIER&A 20091603061006080911011911_ 20100900051304140210021115 2011130510070205061601140615 2012130510070205061601140615 2013140006090706100901180515 EM =Engineering Mathematics EME=Engineering Mechanics SOM=Strength Of Materials TOM = Theory Of Machines MD =Machine Design HT =Heat Transfer TD =Thermodynamics ME =Manufacturing Engineering IE =Industrial Engineering R&A =Reasoning and Aptitude FM =Fluid Mechanics
Marking Analysis of GATE CSE & IT YEARDSAlgoTOCCDCD OSDLCOCO DBMSCNSEDMGA 2011799386956815 20121286493711901615 201310883123117731315 DS = Data Structures Algo = Algorithms TOC = Theory of Computations CD = Compiler Design OS = Operating Systems DL = Digital Logic CO = Computer Organizations DBMS = Database Mgt Systems CN = Computer Networks SE & WT = Software Engg. & Web Tech DM = Discrete Maths + Engg. Maths GA = General Aptitude
Indian Engineering Services (IES) An all India level competitive examination Conducted by UPSC Written test + Interview Difficulty level ! Central Government jobs Directly appointed as Assistant Executive Engineers for Group A and Group B posts. Indian Railways, Central Engg, Central Water Engg, Border roads Engg, Indian Defense service of Engineers, Indian ordinance Factories, Central power Engg, Indian Naval Armament Service, Central Electrical & Mechanical Engg, Electronics & Telecom Engg, Indian Telecom Service, Wireless planning & Coordination wing etc………………….
Scheme of IES Exam Written Examination Paper-I (Objective Type) General Ability Test: Part A: General English Part B: General Studies 200 Marks Paper-II & III (Objective Type) In the respective Engineering Branch (CE/ME/EE/E&T) 200 Marks for each Paper Paper-IV & V (Conventional Type) In the respective Engineering Branch (CE/ME/EE/E&T) 200 Marks for each Paper Total written marks1000 Interview Interview marks200 Total Marks1200
Cut off marks for IES – 2012 The candidate should secure minimum qualifying marks in each paper and also in aggregate of the three objective papers. The total marks of the last candidate finally selected for appointment are given below. Total Marks for Selected Appointment (out of 1200) Discipline Category GeneralOBCSCST Civil Engg.512484422 Mech. Engg.532486416367 Electrical Engg.590542497495 Electronics Engg..607585511512
Vacancies for IES Indian Engineering Service Examinations YEAR Vacancies (Approximately) CE ME EE E&T TOTAL 2009 205 130 59 75 469 2010 178 134 102 170 584 2011 248 170 112 163 693 2012 269 169 103 94 635 2013(Details will be Decided by UPSC) 763
Highest Scores The all India 1st Ranker in IES-12 Secured Highest Marks as follows Each Paper: 200 Marks; Interview: 200 Marks; Total: 1200 Marks IR Discipline (Engg.) GSObj 1Obj2 Conv 1 Conv2InterviewTOTAL 1CIVIL 106.6 127.26512196145661 1MECH124.5140.5116.167129116693 1ELECTRICAL86.6150.513514584128729 1ELECTRONIC116112.2110.5132122 715
Why S.V. Engineers Zone ? Regular Faculty from IITs Personal interaction with every student Conducive learning environment Stress on concept building Regular test series and assignments Discussions on tests and assignments Post GATE guidance Regular classes till IES exam
S.V. Engineers Zone Approach Foundation Module Thermodynamics Mechanics Duration: 45 – 50 hrs Thermodynamics Heat Transfer Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machinery Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Applied Thermodynamics (Turbines, Engines, Nozzles, etc.) Mechanics SOM Mechanical Vibrations TOMMachine Design
Faculty Dr Vineet K. Prabhakar (M.Tech. Mech IIT Delhi, Ph.D. Mech IIT Roorkee) Dr Vipin Deshwal (M.Sc., Ph.D. Maths IIT Roorkee) Er. Ramnarayan Munni (M.Tech. Mech IIT Madras) Dr Rajesh Saluja (Ex. IES Mechanical) Er Rishi (Research Scholar CSE IIT Ropar) Er Varsha (Research Scholar CSE IIT Ropar) Er Yayati (Research Scholar CSE IIT Ropar) Dr Sudarshan Iyengar (Ph.D. CSE IISc Bangalore) (Consultant) Dr Poonam Gera (Ph.D. CSE IIT Roorkee) Dr Krishan Saluja (Ph.D. CSE IIT Roorkee) Dr Rakesh Kumar Sharma (Ph.D. Mech IIT Roorkee) Dr Arun Kumar Asati (Ph.D. Mech IIT Delhi)
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