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11 Reasons Why You Should Write GATE Exam

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering or the GATE Exam is a popular exam for admission to post graduate engineering courses, Government of India provides scholarship to GATE qualified candidates. Many engineering students have some confusion regarding whether they should go for MTech through GATE or to go for MBA through CAT Exam. There is a misconception among many students, that MTech is just for becoming Professor in Engineering college . It is actually not like that . Below are some reasons of Why you should appear in Gate Exam.
1. Higher salaries are offered for MTech/ME candidates comparing to BE/BTech candidates.
2. More better and reputed companies hire M. Tech students through campus recruitments.
3. MTech degress provides you specialization in a certain area, and you can go for Phd after that.
4. Scholarship is provided to GATE qualified students, so you can do your MTech almost free of cost.
5. You can apply for faculty/ research positions in educational institutes/R&D centers.
6. MTech is just 2 year (4 semester) program, so you get more time to work out on other career opportunities as well.
7. You can have the chance to study in a Nationally reputed institute.
8. In many colleges/institutes GATE is mandatory qualification even for admission to self financed institutes.
9. Many industries and foreign universities prefer GATE qualified candidates.
10. GATE qualified candidates are also eligible for the award of junior research fellowship in CSIR laboratories.
11. Many Public service units like IOC, BPCL, Powergrid are now directly recruiting candidates on GATE score basis.
These are the reasons why one should appear the GATE exam. You are most welcome to post your opinions and any other reasons.


As we all know that nothing comes free of cost. Cost of internet advertising is


meager in comparison to internet marketing but some innovative ideas enhance


cost marginally but sales in huge proportions.


Like research indicates that consumers have to have some incentive to share their


thoughts, opinions and experiences on a company Web site. One lure is to make


sure consumers can use the online community to network among themselves on


topics of their own choosing. That way the site isn’t all about the company, it’s


also about them. For instance, a children’s product making company that created


a community of hundreds of mothers to solicit their opinions and ideas on toys


also enables them to write their own blogs on the site, a feature that many use to


discuss family issues.


Other companies can provide more-direct incentives: cash rewards or products,


some of which are available only to members of the online community. Still others


can offer consumers peer recognition by awarding points each time they post


comments, answer questions or contribute to a wiki entry. Such recognition will


not only encourages participation, but also has the benefit of allowing both the


company and the other members of the community to identify experts on various




Unlike other communication mediums, internet not only provide the ability


for users to communicate with each other but also enable users to find likeminded individuals. Once they discover each other, members can form ad hoc


communities based on their mutual interests. Multiplied many times over, these


individuals become the new power behind the old saying, “power of the masses.”


Thus social networking sites help shift power from the company to the consumer


as the masses are able to channel and exert their influence.


As internet users continue to grow, companies can no longer solely rely on


traditional mediums (print, radio, TV, etc.) to enforce public perception of


their product. Conversely, these new communication channels also provide


organizations with a way to discover and maintain a persistent connection with


their most vocal constituents. By harnessing this social networking information


organizations can use it to help identify their most influential consumers, drive


participation in product development, and improve brand sentiment. While some


organizations may still question the business relevance of social networking, unmonitored conversations that impact their business are likely occurring online right


now. And as many companies have learned, it is important to be involved in those


conversations. In this case, ignorance is not bliss. Ultimately, social networks


should be viewed as a channel that organizations need to monitor and engage in.

BEST GATE IES PSU Coaching institute in Delhi

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how to calculate gate percentile

As everyone knows GATE scoresposter are used for M.Tech (other master degrees in Engineering) and percentiles tells you where you stand. Please don’t confuse yourself with percentage.
Percentile is a relative term and tells where you stand in a set of people. For example, if you have 99.95 percentile in GATE means that your score or marks are above 99.95% student who took GATE exam.
Whereas, percent is a relative and measured on the scale of 100, it means that how many marks you got out of 100. This is not a measure of GATE performance. Therefore, don’t worry if someone says you that they go 99.9X score and think that it is beyond your capacity. To answer how to find GATE percentile please read the below formula and example carefully.
The GATE percentile is calculated as follows:
P = ( (N- your rank)/ N) x 100
Where P is percentile and N is total number of candidates appeared for exam.
(N- Your rank) indicates the number of candidates who have scored less marks than you.
For example, if total number of candidates are 100 and 90 of them have less marks than you P = (09/100)X100 = 0.9×100 = 90 percentile.
For another example: A guy form Mechanical Engineering have All India Rank (AIR) 99 and total number of student of students appeared for GATE in Mechanical Engineering are 59338 in 2010. Then his percentile would be calculated as
P = ((59338-99)/ 59338) X 100
= (59239/59338) X 100
= (0.9983) X 100
= 99.83
The candidate has 99.83 percentile.

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