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Posted in Articles On October 31, 2015

Dear GATE Electrical Engineering Aspirants,

Competition for getting good rank in GATE exam has increased manifold during

the last few years as many of the Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) have started

recruiting the people based on the rank obtained in the GATE exam. Many number

of students are joining coaching institutes for getting a grip on the subjects. Just

joining a coaching centre wont suffice. Cracking GATE exam would require proper

Planning, Preparation and Execution besides Hard work and Dedication.

By this time every GATE aspirant of electrical engineering would be aware of

its syllabus. However, proper planning before the exam can get a good rank in the

exam. Preparing for the GATE exam syllabus without analysing previous GATE exam

papers might lead to spending more time on some subjects that may not carry

more marks. Allotting time to each subject based on the weightage given to each

subject in the previous GATE exams would get you the desired result.

You need to give enough time to each subject. Understanding the basic concepts is

the key for cracking exam. GATE exam wont test how much you remember but it

tests your basic concepts.

Counting from today, we have exactly 90 days left for GATE exam. The following

points need to be kept in mind before starting the preparation of GATE within

these 90 days.

Allot the some days to each subject based on the weightage in the previous

GATE exams.

Understand the fundamentals and basic concepts which are essential for GATE

type exams.

Make revision notes of all the subjects which should contain important formulas

etc.

Testing the level of preparation by solving the previous GATE questions and

attempting quizzes/online tests.

Although every subject is important but some subjects carry more weightage,

hence it is not compulsory to go through every subject. To know the gate Electrical

Engineering technical syllabus including mathematics click on the following link

(Aptitude topics link is given later in the aptitude section). Key points in each subject

and the reference books to be followed are given.

Electric Circuits

(Stage-1: 9- days of Preparation)

Start preparing the Electrical Engineering GATE with Electrical circuits. All the basic

electrical engineering concepts such as circuit elements, KCL, KVL, RLC circuits,

Network Theorems etc., would be covered in this subject. All the electrical

engineering subjects such as Control systems, Power systems, Electrical Machines

and Measurements would require knowledge of electrical circuits.

Reference Book: Circuit Theory: Analysis & Synthesis, Author: Dr. Abhijit

Chakrabarti

This book contains number of numerical problems on each topic with solutions to

each problem, where you can clearly understand how to solve the networks and

how the networks behave etc. Once you practice the numerical examples given in

the book on each topic, you will be able to solve all the questions. Only thing you

need to remember to more the number of questions you solve and more will be

confidence you get.

Make short notes of all the formulae for future reference and these short notes will

be useful in revising the subject at a later stage.

Key Topics: Circuit Elements, KCL, KVL, Steady State Analysis, Network Theorems,

Analysis of three phase circuits, Power relations in AC Circuits, Laplace Transform,

2-Port Network Analysis

Control Systems

(Stage-2: 7- days of Preparation)

Once you understand the numerical examples in electrical circuits subject, you will

find easy to understand control systems. Looking at the previous GATE exam

papers, most of the questions that are asked in control system subject are of

numerical type. Practicing the sample questions in each topic is the best way to

score full marks in this subject. For understanding the basic concepts of control

system, book mentioned below would suffice:

Gopal

However, for getting grip on the numerical questions asked in this subject, the

following book would be the best one to follow:

Key Topics: Transfer functions, Time domain Analysis, 2nd order systems, State

variable Analysis, Frequency domain Analysis, Root Locus, Bode-plot, Nyquist

Stability Criteria

Power Systems

(Stage-3: 9-days of Preparation)

Power Systems can be easily understood by following the topics mentioned in the

order of priority. Start the power systems with Line Parameters, performance of

transmission lines, Wave travelling, Voltage Control. Then go to power system

stability, fault analysis and load flow studies. Questions were asked in every topic of

power system subject in previous GATE exams. Hence, it is better to study every

topic of this subject. The following two reference books would be best to

understand the power system:

and (2) Power System Engineering, Author: Nagrath and Kothari

Reference book-1 mentioned above contains sample multiple choice questions at

the end of the text book. One must solve all these multiple choice questions in

addition to previous GATE questions in this subject.

Key Topics: Transmission lines, Per unit quantities, Load flow methods, Voltage

control, Power system stability and fault analysis.

Electrical Machines

(Stage-4: 10-days of Preparation)

Electrical Machines can be divided into four topics i.e, Transformers, Induction

Machines, Synchronous Machines and DC Machines. Start this subject by

transformers followed by Induction machines as the only difference between them

being static and rotating. There are many similarities between these two. DC

machines are simple understand, hence start with this topic followed by

synchronous machines. All these four topics are covered clearly in the reference

book mentioned below:

This Reference book contains lot of sample multiple choice questions at the end of

the text book. Hence, solve all these multiple choice questions in to get grip on this

subject. Every topic in this subject is important and questions were asked from

every topic.

Machines

Power Electronics

(Stage-5: 7-days of Preparation)

Start reading power electronics subject by understanding power electronic devices

such as diodes, thryristors, IGBTs etc and their characteristics. Simple questions on

this topic would be based on these devices. Hence, one should practice the

questions thoroughly. Then proceed to 1-ph & 3-ph rectifiers, different type of

inverters and DC to DC converters etc. Finally, continue to power electronic based

drives for finishing this subject.

Examples and sample Questions given in the text need to thoroughly studied to get

feel of the questions.

Inverters, Choppers, Electric Drives

Electrical and Electronic Measurements

(Stage-6: 6-days of Preparation)

Reference Book: A Course in Electrical And Electronic Measurements And

Instrumentation, Author: A K Sawhney

This is the best book for preparing the measurements and it covers each and every

topic of the subject followed by number of numerical examples. Practice the

questions given at the end of each topic. First, solve the sample example questions

given in the text book and then solve the previous GATE questions on this subject.

You will realise that you will be able to solve all questions.

Measuring devices etc.

Analog and Digital Electronics

(Stage-7: 5-days of Preparation for Analog Electronics and 5-days

for Digital Electronics)

Reference Book: Integrated Electronics: Analog and Digital Circuit, Author:

Jacob Millman , Christos Halkis, Chetan D Parikh

Millman and Halkis is the best book for preparing Analog electronics. Questions

from this topic in GATE electrical would be relatively easier. However, on needs to

go through all the topics and remember the concepts. Start with characteristics of

devices, amplifiers and complete the syllabus with filters, timers.

Reference Book: Digital Logic and Computer Design, Author: M Morris Mano

Morris mano is the best book for preparing digital electronics. Almost every GATE

topper refers this book. Combinational Circuits and Sequential Circuits are must

read from this book. You can understand digital logic easily if you go in sequence.

Very easy questions are asked from digital electronics in GATE electrical paper and

hence do not skip the topics in digital logic.

Key topics of Digital: Simplification, Combinational Circuits, Registers, Counters

and Floating point representation.

Electromagnetic Fields

(Stage-8: 6-days of Preparation)

Reference Book: Engineering Electromagnetics, Author: William H Hayt, John

A Buck

Concentrate mainly on theorems, different type of laws and dielectrics. As seen

from previous GATE exam papers not many questions are asked in on this topic.

However, preparing this subject would be better as it is relatively easy to answer

questions from this topic.

Signals and Systems

(Stage-9: 7-days of Preparation)

Reference Book: Signals and Systems, Author: Alan V. Oppenheim , Alan S.

Willsky , S. Hamid Nawab

Oppenheim and Willsky is the best book to understand signals and their behaviour.

Questions from this subject are almost similar to mathematics. Start with type of

signals such as discrete and analog following sampling theorems. Further to

perform better in this topic, fourier, laplace and Z-transforms are essential.

Key topics: Type of signals, Fourier, Laplace and Z-Transforms, Sampling theorem

Engineering Mathematics

(Stage-10: 7-days of Preparation)

Grewal book has enough concepts for GATE exam, so follow the book according

to GATE syllabus and keep an eye on those topics which are not in syllabus. Try

to prepare as soon as possible and also do not forget to prepare revision notes to

include formulas and concepts wherever it is necessary.

Reference Book: Higher Engineering Mathematics, Authors Name: B. S.

Grewal

This book is sufficient to cover linear algebra and other topics. Examples and

exercise problems are covered in this book to practice the questions. Grewal book

is famous for undergraduate engineering mathematics courses. Book is well

organized and recommended book for GATE preparation.

Key topics: Matrix Algebra, Probability, Differentiation, and Integration

Aptitude

(Stage-11: 5-days of Preparation)

Aptitude can be prepared in less time compared to other subjects. Focus only on

GATE Syllabus and read all important topics from the following books. To know

the GATE Syllabusclick here: APTITUDE SYLLABUS.

Reference Book: A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning,

Authors Name: R.S. Aggarwal

Reference Book: Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations, Authors

Name: R.S. Aggarwal

Revision of Subjects

(Stage-12: 7-days of Preparation)

Finally, every GATE aspirant should remember that More the number of questions

you practice, the more the confidence you get. More the confidence you get and

more you perform in the exam.

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