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How To Face GATE 2016
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How To Face GATE 2016

GATE-2016

Engineering Combines The Fields Of Science And Maths To Solve Real World Problems That Improve The World Around Us. What Really Distinguishes An Engineer Is His Ability To Implement Ideas In A Cost Effective And Practical Approach. This Ability To Take A Thought, Or Abstract Idea, And Translate It Into Reality Is What Separates An Engineer From Other Fields Of Science And Mathematics.

Four Years Of Research Life Of Individual Decides Forty Years Of Future Of The Nation….Then 4lakh Engineers Of Research….????? That’s The Power Of An Engineering Student…

This Privilege Corral To INDIA And For  INDIAN Students Due To IIT’s, Iisc… Whose Effort Made Engineering And Technology To Reach Indian’s,,,Due To Which Today INDIA Is Standing One Of The Top Listing Countries In The World In The Field Of Technology…..

That Knowledge Wisdom Society The Indian Institute Of Science (Iisc) And Seven Indian Institutes Of Technology (Iits At Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras And Roorkee) Jointly Administer The Conduct Of GATE…. Which Is The Graduate Aptitude Test In Engineering (GATE) And  Is An All India Examination Administered And Conducted Jointly By The Indian Institute Of Science And Seven Indian Institutes Of Technology That Are Listed Below On Behalf Of The National Coordination Board - GATE, Department Of Higher Education, Ministry Of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government Of India

 

I Admire That It Is Must Necessary To All The Engineers To Write This Exam As It Test’s The “REAL ENGINEERING SKILLS”.

Let`s Now Analyze What Makes GATE So Important As A Career Deciding Factor.

ü  A Gateway To Extensive Practical Exercises, Various Case Studies, Simulation & Modeling Of Real Life Problems, Individual And Group Projects, Research Publications/Presentations In Journals/Conferences Etc.

 

ü  GATE Qualified Students Are Awarded Scholarship / Assistantship Of Minimum Rs 5000/- Or More Per Month In All Engineering Colleges / Institutes. 

 

ü  GATE Qualified Candidates In The Engineering Disciplines Are Also Eligible For The Award Of Junior Research Fellowship At CSIR Laboratories.

 

ü  Foreign Universities & Industries Prefer GATE Qualified Candidates.

 

ü  Some institutions specify GATE qualification as mandatory even for admission of self-financing students to postgraduate programs. GATE qualified candidates are also eligible for the award of Junior Research Fellowship in CSIR Laboratories and CSIR sponsored projects. Top rank holders in some GATE papers are entitled to apply for “Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Fellowship” awarded by CSIR. Some government organizations prescribe GATE qualification as a requirement for applying to the post of a Scientist/Engineer.

 

ü  In recent years, various academicians have recognized GATE as being one of the toughest exams in its category. Some non-Indian universities like the National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and some technical universities in Germany also identify GATE score as a parameter for judging the quality of the candidates for admission into their Masters and Ph.D. programs.

 

ü  Some management institutes like NITIE, Mumbai offer admission to Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Engineering on the basis of GATE score.

 

Admission in IIMs for the Fellow Programme in Management using GATE Score

 Total number of candidates appearing in GATE….

Year

Number of candidates appearing

2014                                                                                

889,156

 

2013

984,855

2012

686,614

2011

553,000

2010                                                                                      

414,000

2009                                                                                       

230,000

 

 

Normalized GATE Score (new procedure) Normalized GATE Score (new procedure)

Calculation of "normalized marks" for subjects held in multiple sessions (CE, CS, EC, EE and ME): Calculation of "normalized marks" for subjects held in multiple sessions (CE, CS, EC, EE Calculation of "normalized marks" for subjects held in multiple sessions (CE, CS, EC, EE

 

 

 Graph showing the linear relationship between "actual marks" and "normalized multiple-session subject (CE, EE, ME, EE or CE) of GATE.

Mg t = average marks of top 0.1 % of the candidates in all sessions of that subject.
M
g q = mean + standard deviation, of marks of all candidates in all sessions of that subject
M
ti = average marks of top 0.1 % of candidates in the ith session of that subject
Miq = mean + standard deviation, of marks of candidates in the ith session of that subject 

 

In 2014, examination for CE, CS, EC, EE and ME subjects is being held in multiple sessions. Hence, for these subjects, a suitable normalization is applied to take into account any variation in the difficulty levels of the question sets across different sessions.

 

The normalization is done based on the fundamental assumption that in all multi session GATE Papers, the distribution of abilities of candidates is the same across all the sessions"

According to the GATE COMMITTEE this assumption is justified since "the number of candidates appearing in multi in GATE 2014 is large and the procedure of allocation of session to candidates is random.
Further it is also ensured that for the same multi-session subject the number of candidates allotted in each session is of the same order of magnitude."

Based on the above, and considering various normalization methods, the committee arrived at the following formula for calculating the normalized marks, for CE, CS, EC, EE and ME subjects:

 

Normalized mark (Mij) of jth Candidate in ith session, is given by

Mij = {(Mgt - Mgq) / ( Mij - Miq )}[ Mti - Miq ] + Mgq

 

Where

Mij is the actual marks obtained by the jth candidate in the ith session, 

Mgt is the average marks of the top 0.1% of the candidates in all sessions of that subject,

Mgq is the sum of mean and standard deviation of marks of all candidates in all sessions of that subject,

Mti is the average of marks of top 1.0% of candidates in the ith session of that subject,

Miq is the sum of mean and standard deviation of marks of candidates in the ith session of

that subject

After evaluation of the answers, normalized marks based on the above

formula will be calculated using the raw (actual) marks obtained by

candidate in the CE, CS, EC, EE or ME subject. The "score" will be

calculated using these normalized marks. For all other subjects (whose tests

are conducted in a single session), the actual marks obtained by the

candidates will be used in calculating the score 

 

calculation of GATE Score for all subject (both single-session and multiple-session):

 

 

Graph showing the linear relationship between marks and score in GATE.

Mq = Qualifying marks for general category candidates.

Mt = Average marks of top 0.1 % or top 10 (whichever is higher) candidates.

Sq=350.

St=900.

Note: In case of multiple -session subject (EC,CS,ME,EE and CE),"marks" considered are the "normalized marks".

 

From GATE 2014 onward (and year 2014-15of the 2-year validity period of GATE 2013 score), a candidate`s GATE score is computed by the following new formula .[10]

 

 

 

 

 


 

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