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Do all engineering students need to pass the GATE exam to sit for placements ?

GATE Exam. Do all engineering students need to pass the GATE exam to sit for placements ?


Asked On2019-05-22 12:14:23 by:Jaynil-Gaglani

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1.For most of average engineering college students who are ready to join any job be it IT or non technical or interested in MNCs.

Deep inside you know that Gate is a tough nut to crack and you are preparing because of peer pressure.

2.For the intelligent ones whose college is among top ranked,then may be even better opportunities than Public sector coming your way.Aiming these top notch private companies will be a better choice.I am talking about IITians.

Gate is just one among many other options for you.Probabily aiming for MS abroad or IIMs through CAT is what you must be desiring.

My reasonings behind taking up the job.

For the average tier colleges students,remember this process is going to give you your very first job.Value this fact and it's difficult to get a good job outside college.

So gain the experience of facing GDs and handling interviews, cracking the process will instill self belief and bring confidence.Gate can be studied in weekends with the job in hand.If in case Gate results are bad,the job in hand will be the safety net.

Plus an added advantage of work experience and the new gained identity will count in case you wish to switch your job to another company or do MBA later.Life will go on with the job and looks much better than sitting with nothing in hand and going with uncertainty of selection.

There is always a risk of not getting through the final shortlist of PSU by few marks even after scoring a good rank in GATE.This has happened that after 2 or 3 attempts,students have made it to PSU or many who could never make it.

There will be this unwanted burden of year gaps due to multiple attempts during preparation which will become difficult to justify during interviews.

You will feel more responsible with a Job and your are also financially independent too.

So create the safety net by grabbing the campus placement and study along with job for GATE during nights and weekends.

This is definitely a tough task and some sacrifice in terms of managing time but surely a much practical approach looking at worst case consequences.

The situations when you should not sit for placements(aggressive approach)

1.You are absolutely certain of choosing an academic career path in the technical domain by doing M.Tech and then PhD.

There is no need of any in transition job here .If becoming Researcher or Professor is your ambition, surely aim for the best rank in Gate to enter IITs.

2.Not interested in any sort of Private company.Heavily Motivated and driven for a Govt service life.

If you like solving complex numericals and learning engineering concepts gives you pleasure.Leave everything and take the hot seat for gate preparations.

Aim for IES or PSU with a burning desire to study all day and night for a year or two without any compromise of time and energy.

There is no stopping to such will-power.Even if you join any job through college,you will feel wasting your time.You will quit after working for few months and devote all energies and time to GATE preparation ,which will bring best out of you.

Take good coaching be it online or offline,but make sure you follow the right steps like clearing of concepts,giving tests series.With enough practice of numericals and peace of mind,you can make through GATE/ PSU.

There are many Toppers in Gate who quit their jobs and studied taking a gap year.The reason is starting a job through PSU is considered much prestigious in terms of monetary benefits, facilities and job profile.You will not earn the same benefits and lifestyle through the campus placement which will look mediocre in comparison to PSUs.

So taking a case of someone having a 4 years experience in a XYZ company.Someone joining ONGC at 26.The 2nd guy is more valuable.This is a fact.

Many success stories where students have mentioned that giving full time to preparation could enable the selection given the high level of cut offs.

3.Not happy with profiles offered by companies at college or no good companies or no placements at college.

This is really a hard time when you don't have opportunities even when you are capable.The only good opportunity to enter technical field(engineering/science and tech) is through gate marks. So study sincerely for Gate only with target-PSU or M.Tech.PSU demands a high rank.M.Tech is the next best option to pursue.

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1.For most of average engineering college students who are ready to join any job be it IT or non technical or interested in MNCs.

Deep inside you know that Gate is a tough nut to crack and you are preparing because of peer pressure.

2.For the intelligent ones whose college is among top ranked,then may be even better opportunities than Public sector coming your way.Aiming these top notch private companies will be a better choice.I am talking about IITians.

Gate is just one among many other options for you.Probabily aiming for MS abroad or IIMs through CAT is what you must be desiring.

My reasonings behind taking up the job.

For the average tier colleges students,remember this process is going to give you your very first job.Value this fact and it's difficult to get a good job outside college.

So gain the experience of facing GDs and handling interviews, cracking the process will instill self belief and bring confidence.Gate can be studied in weekends with the job in hand.If in case Gate results are bad,the job in hand will be the safety net.

Plus an added advantage of work experience and the new gained identity will count in case you wish to switch your job to another company or do MBA later.Life will go on with the job and looks much better than sitting with nothing in hand and going with uncertainty of selection.

There is always a risk of not getting through the final shortlist of PSU by few marks even after scoring a good rank in GATE.This has happened that after 2 or 3 attempts,students have made it to PSU or many who could never make it.

There will be this unwanted burden of year gaps due to multiple attempts during preparation which will become difficult to justify during interviews.

You will feel more responsible with a Job and your are also financially independent too.

So create the safety net by grabbing the campus placement and study along with job for GATE during nights and weekends.

This is definitely a tough task and some sacrifice in terms of managing time but surely a much practical approach looking at worst case consequences.

The situations when you should not sit for placements(aggressive approach)

1.You are absolutely certain of choosing an academic career path in the technical domain by doing M.Tech and then PhD.

There is no need of any in transition job here .If becoming Researcher or Professor is your ambition, surely aim for the best rank in Gate to enter IITs.

2.Not interested in any sort of Private company.Heavily Motivated and driven for a Govt service life.

If you like solving complex numericals and learning engineering concepts gives you pleasure.Leave everything and take the hot seat for gate preparations.

Aim for IES or PSU with a burning desire to study all day and night for a year or two without any compromise of time and energy.

There is no stopping to such will-power.Even if you join any job through college,you will feel wasting your time.You will quit after working for few months and devote all energies and time to GATE preparation ,which will bring best out of you.

Take good coaching be it online or offline,but make sure you follow the right steps like clearing of concepts,giving tests series.With enough practice of numericals and peace of mind,you can make through GATE/ PSU.

There are many Toppers in Gate who quit their jobs and studied taking a gap year.The reason is starting a job through PSU is considered much prestigious in terms of monetary benefits, facilities and job profile.You will not earn the same benefits and lifestyle through the campus placement which will look mediocre in comparison to PSUs.

So taking a case of someone having a 4 years experience in a XYZ company.Someone joining ONGC at 26.The 2nd guy is more valuable.This is a fact.

Many success stories where students have mentioned that giving full time to preparation could enable the selection given the high level of cut offs.

3.Not happy with profiles offered by companies at college or no good companies or no placements at college.

This is really a hard time when you don't have opportunities even when you are capable.The only good opportunity to enter technical field(engineering/science and tech) is through gate marks. So study sincerely for Gate only with target-PSU or M.Tech.PSU demands a high rank.M.Tech is the next best option to pursue.

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