Steps to be followed in preparing for the GATE examination:
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is the examination conducted on All India basis for seeking entrance to Indian Institute of Science and also for IITs. Being an All India level examination even the grading is made on made All India basis. You may be aware that the grading in GATE is done on the basis of marks you have scored in the GATE and the overall marks are calculated on percentage and also percentile method. As far as preparation for GATE is concerned you may be aware that most of the coaching institutes and even the colleges conduct classes for those who aspire to take up GATE examination.
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If you want to take up MBA from any of the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) or join any of the IITs then you will have to invariably take up Common Admission Test popularly called as CAT. This is an examination which is conducted on All India level and the ranking is also made accordingly. Interestingly, one of the experienced academicians says it is very difficult to ‘bell the CAT’. That underscores the tough pitch of the CAT examination. Of course, this is not to discourage you; but it is only to tell you that you should prepare yourself in the appropriate manner so that you can fare well in the CAT. Remember, students from any discipline like for example science, commerce, humanities and even engineering discipline can take up CAT so as to join either the MBA or any of the courses in IITs. Perhaps the following suggestions would help you to prepare well for the CAT examination:
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The HRD ministry has given its approval to set up swank new Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIIT) in Assam, Tripura and Rajasthan. These new IIITs will be established by the ministry in collaboration with the states and industry participants. The three upcoming IIITs are part of 20 new self-sustaining, research-led IIITs that will be established under the public-private-partnership model.
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The Medical Council of India (MCI) has given a green signal to 2,400 fresh MBBS seats in 20 new medical colleges, while the existing medical colleges have been granted 1,195 additional seats across the country. Apart from this, 300 more medical seats would be created through six new institutes on the lines of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), effective from September this year.
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Union Minister for Human Resource Development, Kapil Sibal has announced that IIMs will now start awarding post-graduate management degrees rather than offering diplomas. IIMs have been demanding this for long as diploma is not an internationally recognized qualification. The announcement not just cheered up MBA aspirants, but also attracted support from academicians and experts alike.