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Everything You Need To Know About GATE : Overview
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This lesson provides the overview of the course on everything you need to know about GATE. It begins by stating the objectives of the course such as to help aspirants strategize smartly for preparation. He then states the target audience of the course and then lists down the various lessons that will be covered under this series.

Harshit Aggarwal
Cleared UPSC ESE twice with Rank 63 and 90 in mechanical engg. Got 99 percentile in GATE. Cracked ONGC, BHEL,ISRO, SAIL, GAIL successfully

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Sir please reply Is it enough to solve only previous year paper and online test series for getting good rank in gate ME 2019 ?
Plzzzz sir ..don't be so fast...Take's a rqst
Will there be branch specific content for GATE like GATE-EC ?
Harshit Aggarwal
3 years ago
Yes!! It would be there in upcoming lessons
Sir please provide guidance for electrical
Plz upload civil engineering question bank
  1. u need to know about C (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) Lesson: Introduction Presented by Harshit Aggarwal

  2. ABOUT ME . Graduated from NIT Nagpur in 2008 . Cleared Indian Engineering Services (IES-UPSC) Exam thrice . Got the offer letter from most of the Maharatna and Navratna Companies . Cleared GATE Exam . Course fee: CONTRIBUTE . Follow me on Unacademy at:

  3. OBJECTIVE . To educate aspirants about the scope of GATE Exam . To help them strategize smartly for preparation . Facts, Figures and Trends Analysis of Different Subjects . Cut-off Marks

  4. TARGET AUDIENCE ' Anybody who is currently pursuing B.E/B.Tech/B.Arch . Anybody aspiring to give CATE Examination

  5. CONTRIBUTE If this course is helping you in any way, please pay a voluntary professional fees by clicking on CONTRIBUTE It will really motivate me to come up with better & more engaging courses

  6. OVERVIEW . Lesson 1: What is GATE Lesson 2: Why GATE . Lesson 3: Type Of Questions Lesson 4: Facts & Figures Lesson 5: Importance of Different Subjects