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for advanced engineering education in India. An M.E. or M.Tech. degree is a desirable qualification for our young Engineers seeking a rewarding professional career. Engineering students, while in the final year of their degree course, spend considerable time seeking an opening for higher studies in foreign universities, but there are also several institutions of repute in India offering specialised post-graduate programmes in various disciplines. The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering is an All-India Examination conducted by the seven Indian Institutes of Technology and the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, on behalf of the National Coordinating Board - GATE, Dept of Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) Govt. of India. Attractive scholarships/Assistantships for Post-graduate courses in Engineering/Technology/Architecture/Pharmacy at Engineering Colleges/Institutes in the Country, are available to those who qualify through GATE. Some Engineering Colleges/Institutes specify GATE as mandatory qualification even admission of students to Post-graduate Programme. For admission to postgraduate programmes with scholarships/assistantships from the Ministry of Human Resources Development, a minimum weightage of 70% is given to the GATE Score with the remaining weightage given to the student's performance in the qualifying exam and/or interview. The exact procedure followed for the award of these scholarships/assistantships will be defined by the respective Institution granting admission.
GATE Score The GATE score becomes valid only after the candidate completes all requirements of the qualifying degree. Candidates with the same GATE Score from different disciplines and/or years are considered to be of equal ability. The GATE Score of a candidate is a statistical performance index in the range 0 to 1000. Date of Exam The GATE exam is normally held on the second Sunday in February and the results announced by the middle of March.Only GATE qualified candidates (in Engineering / Technology / Architecture / Pharmacy / Science) will be eligible for the award of Junior Research Fellowship in CSIR Laboratories. A typical qualitative interpretation of the GATE Score is shown below: GATE Score 800 to 1000 675 to 800 550 to 675 425 to 550 300 to 425 100 to 300 below 100 2 Ability Level outstanding excellent very good good above average average below average . The GATE 2008 score will be valid until March 31. 2010. The Score Card will indicate the GATE Score and the student's All-India Rank. There is also an increasing trend of using the GATE score by some universities as well as many Indian and Multinational Companies for receruitment. It reflects the ability of a candidate. irrespective of the paper or year in which he/she has qualified.
* Based on the notification for GATE 2007 3 . Those eligible to appear for the GATE 2008 are: (a) Bachelor's degree holders in Engineering/Technology/ Architecture/Pharmacy and those who are in the final or pre-final year of such programmes. AMIE) as equivalent to B.Tech. Those who have completed Section A or equivalent of such professional courses are also eligible.E. (c) Candidates in the second or higher year of the Four-year Integrated Master's degree programme (Post-B. (d) Candidates with qualifications obtained through an examination conducted by professional societies recognised by the UPSC/AICTE (eg. (b) Master's degree holders in any branch of Science/ Mathematics/Statistics/Computer Applications or equivalent and those who are in the final or pre-final year of such programmes./B.) in Engineering/Technology or in the third or higher year of a Five-year Integrated Master's degree programme and Dual Degree programme in Engineering/Technology.Sc.Eligibility * 1.
Architecture & Planning 4. Electrical Engineering 10. (EC)* 18. Civil Engineering 5. fully objective-type paper of 3 hours' duration for a total of 150 marks with negative marking for each wrong answer at 25% of marks allotted for that question. Aerospace Engineering 2. Production & Industrial Engg. Mathematics 14. (PI)* 20. & Fibre Sciences (TF)* *Note: Papers in these subjects will contain questions on Engineering Mathematics accounting for 20 to 25 marks. Engineering Sciences 22. Physics 19. Instrumentation Engg. Geology & Geophysics 11. Life Sciences (IT)* (MA) (ME)* (MN)* (MT)* (PH) (PY) (XE) (XL) 6. (CS)* 8. Electronics & Comm. Chemical Engineering 7. (AE) (AG)* (AR) (CE)* (CH)* (CY) (EE)* (GG) (IN)* 12. Chemistry 9. Mining Engineering 16. Agricultural Engineering 3. Pharmaceutical Sciences 21.Engg. Information Technology 13. Textile Engg. The Question Papers will be in ENGLISH only. Metallurgical Engineering 17. 1.STRUCTURE OF GATE There will be a single. Engineering Sciences (XE) and Life Sciences (XL) are general papers and will comprise of the following sections: Engineering Sciences (XE) Compulsory Engineering Mathematics Optional (any two) Computational Science Electrical Sciences Fluid Mechanics Materials Science Solid Mechanics Thermodynamics (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) (G) Life Sciences (XL) Compulsory Chemistry Optional (any two) Biochemistry Biotechnology Botany Microbiology Zoology (H) (I) (J) (K) (L) (M) Source: Information Brochure for GATE 2007 4 . Mechanical Engineering 15. Computer Science & Engg.
by interview or written test. Candidates who qualify for the XE or XL Paper will be further examined. b.Tech/BE programme and are expected to appear in the paper appropriate to the discipline of their qualifying degree.Candidates appearing in XE or XL are required to answer three Sections. However. 5 .Tech/Dual degree programme are treated at par with those in the final year of the Four-Year B. some guidelines are given below: a. by the admitting Institute to assess their suitability for a particular programme. one compulsory as mentioned above. and two others of the candidate’s choice. keeping in mind the eligibility criteria of the admitting Institute. though there is no bar on his/her choosing any paper according to his/her admission plan. The choice of the paper is the responsibility of the candidate. from among the Optionals mentioned against the respective papers. a candidate is expected to appear in the paper appropriate to the discipline of his/her qualifying degree. The weightage for the GATE Score is usually a maximum of 70%. Candidates studying in the fourth year of the Five-Year Integrated M.
Engineering Sciences (XE): (a) Engineering Mathematics (Compulsory) (b) Electrical Sciences (c) Fluid Mechanics (d) Materials Science (e) Solid Mechanics (f) Thermodynamics xiv. Mathematics vii. Life Sciences (XL): (a) Chemistry (Compulsory) (b) Biochemistry (c) Biotechnology (d) Microbiology 6 (CE) (CS) (EC) (EE) (IN) (MA) (ME) (PI) (PH) (CY) (GG) (IT) (A) (C) (D) (E) (F) (G) (H) (I) (J) (L) . Physics x. Instrumentation Engineering vi. Chemistry xi. Production and Industrial Engineering ix. Civil Engineering ii. Electronics and Communication Engineering iv. Geology & Geophysics xii. Mechanical Engineering viii. Computer Science & Engineering iii.BRILLIANT'S SUPPORT PROGRAMME We offer support for the following papers: i. Electrical Engineering v. Information Technology xiii.
Papers III and IV will be sent when. by Parcel Post or private Courier services. Students who enrol late will receive the material at shorter intervals or in one lot. depending on the date of enrolment. Model Test Papers In order to provide good practice at tackling objective type questions. The first set will be despatched in April 2007 and the course will be completed in December 2007. of the respective disciplines. Papers I and II will be sent with Set 7. 7 . and only when. assignments. will also be sent to students. worked examples. despatched at approximately monthly intervals. we will provide four Model Test Papers (MTP) patterned on the format of GATE 2007. The course will be in the form of eight sets of lesson material. and only students who can follow our lessons in English should apply for enrolment. Course Material Our lesson material will cover the entire syllabus for the subjects offered with theory. The Solutions for all four papers will also be provided so that students can evaluate their performance. and identify areas in which they need to concentrate more. objective questions and keys with explanatory notes for selected questions of the objective type and worked out solutions for the problems. we receive a photocopy of the student's Hall Ticket for GATE 2008 clearly showing the Registration Number. closely following the instructions in the Papers.Continuation of Page 6 Medium of Instruction The course material is in the English medium. with solutions. Students should self-administer each of these Test Papers under strict examination conditions. The preceding five years’ Question Papers.
FEES I. Please DO NOT combine Doubt Letters with other types of correspondence. Note: In order to facilitate and speed up processing. Physics (PH) xii.DOUBT LETTER SCHEME Our Professors’ services are readily available to clear doubts that students may have while studying our course material and problems. Chemistry (CY) 8 Rs.GATE clearly on the cover of the Doubt Letter. Total: Rs.+ Service Tax Rs. 727/-. their doubts. The source from which the problems have been taken MUST BE SPECIFIED and student’s working sheets enclosed with the problems being referred to us. Civil Engineering (CE) iii. Mechanical Engineering (ME) ii. Doubt Letters which do not meet these specific conditions will not be attended to.045/vi. Instrumentation Engineering (IN) viii. Computer Science & Engineering (CS) Rs. Information Technology (IT) x. Geology and Geophysics (GG) ix. (PI) each vii. The Student's Name and the Enrolment Number must also be given. 5880/. 1105/-. Mathematics (MA) xi. 6607/each . Electrical Engineering (EE) iv. Total: Rs. please write ATTN: DOUBT LETTER . Specific Papers i. in writing. Students are welcome to send us. up to December 2007. 10. Problems must be restricted to 5 per letter and be within the examination syllabus. Production and Industrial Engg.+ Electronics and Communication Engg. (EC) Service Tax Rs. 8940/.
631/-. No change of Optional will be allowed after enrolment.+ Service Tax Rs. Compulsory Subject only: Rs. Total: Rs. Two Optionals without Compulsory: Rs. if necessary.+ Service Tax Rs. if any. Fees once paid will not be refunded or adjusted under any circumstances. 9 .II.+ Service Tax Rs. 5670/. Total: Rs.2860/e. 5105/. Total: Rs.+ Service Tax Rs. Brilliant Tutorials reserves the right to revise the fee structure. Engineering Sciences (XE) and Life Sciences (XL) a. Total: Rs.7978/b.6371/c. NOTE: GATE 2007 is an all objective type question paper. One Compulsory Subject with two Optionals: Rs. 315/-.5736/d. Till then we will enroll and despatch study material as per the syllabus and structure of GATE 2007. Total: Rs. Students will be advised suitably of changes.+ Service Tax Rs.3888/Note: Please choose your Optionals carefully. 7100/. after publication of the Notification. 428/-. One Compulsory Subject with one Optional: Rs. 701/-. The Notification for GATE 2008 will be published in September 2007. 2545/. One Optional without Compulsory: Rs. 3460/. after the Notification is published. 878/-.
Ltd. The Enrolment Form completed and signed on both sides. then MO Receipt Number and Date) • Issuing Bank / Post Office • Mode of Despatch of application (Courier. Two additional signed copies of the photograph (preferably colour) with the Enrolment Form. A Money Order or Demand Draft drawn in favour of Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. 3. 2007. The fee can also be paid in cash in our office. Masilamani Street. 5. Registered Post. 2.PROCEDURE FOR ENROLMENT Enrolment for GATE 2008 opens on January 01. The Enrolment Form and the course fee should be sent to: Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.Nagar. T. for the full course fee. 12. If a Money Order is being sent. 10 . payable at Chennai.. Chennai-600017. Note: When calling to enquire about the status of your application. Ltd. Students resident outside India should follow the remittance instructions given on the Enrolment Form they receive. the course as well as the student’s full postal address should be indicated in the coupon. and with a passport size photograph pasted in the space provided. Speed Post. Note: Enrolment Forms without the three photographs will not be accepted.. Ordinary Post) • Date of Despatch Please wait at least 15 days after date of despatch before calling. please have the following information ready: • A copy of your application form • D/D Number and Date (If Money Order. The student should send us: 1 . 4.
11 . 50. etc. Ltd.000 THIRD RANK will be awarded a Cash Prize of Rs. for any of the papers that we support. has great pleasure in announcing the following Prize Scheme for our students appearing for GATE.PRIZE SCHEME FOR GATE. securing the ALL-INDIA FIRST RANK will be awarded a Cash Prize of Rs. Brilliant’s students. In case of a tie. 10. enrolled in our Course towards GATE.000 The Prize Scheme is applicable only to the Ranks of General Category and not Ranks under any other Category such as SC. Defence. the decision of the Management of Brilliant Tutorials Private Limited will be final. the prize money will be divided. In all cases. 25.000 SECOND RANK will be awarded a Cash Prize of Rs. The prize amount will be paid in Indian Rupees. 2008. ST. 2008 Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.
Telephone requests will not be honoured unless confirmed in writing. A photocopy of the Admit Card (with the photograph visible) must be enclosed with the letter. This policy is designed to prevent fraud and to safeguard the interests of our genuine students. in exceptional cases. Normally we do not accept any advice for stoppage of despatch of study material. for implementation of the change All matters are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in Chennai only. Change of address.REQUESTS FOR CHANGE OF ADDRESS ETC. stoppage or resumption of despatch etc. 12 . Please allow 15 days from the date of receipt. will be implemented only if requested by a letter signed by the student. or.
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