GATE exam is conducted for admitting students to the post graduation engineering programs like M. Tech, M. E. and M. Pharm and the exam is conducted in 21 different streams. The syllabus for each stream differs from the other and the syllabus for some of the courses are given below:

Computer Science Engineering:

The syllabus for the computer science engineering stream is classified into four categories like Basic mathematics, theory of computation, computer hardware and software systems.

Mechanical Engineering:

The syllabus for the mechanical engineering stream is classified into four categories and they are engineering mathematics, applied mechanics and design, fluid mechanics and thermal sciences and manufacturing and industrial engineering.

Civil Engineering:

Under Civil engineering the GATE exam syllabus includes engineering mathematics, structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, water resource engineering, environmental engineering and transportation engineering.

Agricultural Engineering:

Under Agricultural engineering stream the GATE exam syllabus includes farm machinery and power, soil and water conservation engineering and agricultural processing and food engineering.

Chemical Engineering:

The GATE exam syllabus for chemical engineering include engineering mathematics, fluid mechanics and mechanical operations, heat transfer, mass transfer, chemical reaction engineering, instrumentation and process control, plant design and economics and chemical technology.

Instrumentation Engineering:

The GATE syllabus for this category of engineering is measurement basics and metrology, transducers, mechanical measurements and industrial instrumentation, analog electronics, digital electronics, signals and systems, electrical and electronic measurements and control systems and process control.


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Engineers Institute of India well known as EII is ranked top among all GATE, IES and PSU’s coaching institute. EII is the most trusted result-producing coaching institute having the highest students qualifying ratio in GATE, IES and PSU’s exam. The faculty of the Institute has been drawn from highly qualified and experienced teachers from top Institute with top Rank in GATE and IES. The systematic methodology, intensive test series, quality study material and constant guideline by the Institute continue to help its student secure top rank in various competitive exams.

The institute initiated to impart quality training for various engineering exams while equipping them with knowledge and skills which would enable them to leave their individual marks in engineering field. Keeping in mind the challenges faced by the students, the institute intake only 40 students for each batch, so that special attention is given in meeting their needs. Training is provided focusing on the overall development of the student personality in order to face future challenges with utmost confidence and conviction.



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April 13, 2012 · 11:47 am


Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an all India examination administered and conducted jointly by the IITs and IIS on behalf of the National Coordination Board – GATE, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), and Government of India. The purpose of GATE is to evaluate the suitability of the candidate for Post graduation in engineering ( M.Tech / M.E. ) and PSUs. Therefore if one seeking an admission in Post Graduate Programme in reputed engineering colleges in India one has to crack GATE Exam with good score. GATE is an exam that tests you on your fundamentals of related streams in engineering. The questions are generally derivations of the fundamentals. Preparation for GATE 2013 is an ongoing process, and is supposed to happen in stages. First prepare your basic subjects with good reference books and must solve at least five years previous years question of GATE exam, this will give you rough analysis of question pattern with difficulty level. Attempt new numerical question to maintain your technical concepts. When you have done this, you should put yourself with regular mock test which would give you better stand amongst competitors. To secure a very high percentile you should always remember the fact that you are adjudged relatively not absolutely. Hence, your rank obviously depends on how you performed relative to your competitors.

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