GATE 2018 Exam has Completed with Moderate Difficulty [Analysis]

Graduate aptitude test in engineering exam of the year 2018 has completed and the analysis tells that the exam was moderately difficult. The questions were asked from the technical stream-wise concepts, engineering maths and general aptitude as per the syllabus.

The examination was conducted on February 3rd 2018 in a couple of slots like they did in the previous year and the GATE 2018 result to be published on 17th march. When comes to the exam pattern a large number of numerical problems were appeared in the mechanical paper when compared to the last year paper. Since the same consumes a lot of time and might be a little tricky to the candidates to answer these question within a short span of time.

One of the advantage for the students is the online virtual calculator was available on the official website so the aspirants can make use of that to practice and speed up the things.

Mistakes done by GATE Aspirants

Nobody wants to make mistakes in the examination especially when is one of the biggest examinations for Graduate and that too in Engineering. But it happens for sure because we are human and we are made to make such silly mistakes. When this happens, its too annoying for the one whom it happened with but it very funny of others.

We are sharing such mistakes and moments which are really silly and funny and happens for sure with 2-3% GATE aspirants. So check it out and share with your friends.

  1. Entering wrong roll number in their answer sheet.
  2. Reaching at wrong exam center and can’t get that easily.
  3. Forgot Hall ticket/ Admit card at Home.
  4. Misinterpretation of question – Like “Reading neuron as nephron”
  5. Lack of Time Management skill
  6. Slumbering off in the exam
  7. Distraction in the examination
  8. Regretting “Why didn’t I study that chapter ?
  9. After checking through Section-C
  10. When you feel situation can’t be controlled. You do this.

PSU Recruitment through GATE 2018

Public Sector Undertakings are the large companies which are owned by either central government, State government or by a single owner. Most PSUs of India are included in the list of largest Public Sector companies. Indian PSU provides jobs to millions of candidates and recruitment for PSU is done in various forms. PSU releases separate application forms for the recruitment via written examination. PSU also recruits candidates on the basis of their GATE score. When PSU recruits through GATE examination, it directly calls candidates for personal interview and group discussion without any personal interview.

About GATE 2018

GATE 2018 online application form were released on 1st September 2017 and candidates can register for GATE 2018 till 14th August 2017. GATE 2018 exam will be conducted from January 31, 2018 to February 14, 2018 and the result will be published in the month of march probably in the third wee. There are various recruitment which are to be conducted on the basis of GATE score which is published on the official website along the announcement of the result.

From last few year, we are observing that large number of candidates are getting recruited by PSU through GATE examination score. There are total 251 PSU in India and among them about 50 PSU conducts recruitment through GATEscore. Every individual PSU releases separate notification for its notification through GATE. There are some top PSUs which also recruits candidates via GATE like BPCL, HPCL, BHEL, BAARC, IOCL and ONGC etc. Nowadays these PSUs are recruiting trainees as Management Trainees, Executive trainees, Engineering trainees and Assistant Managers etc.

In current year (2017) ONGC has released the notification for the recruitment of 745 graduate engineers in Engineering Science and Geo Physics discipline. There are some other PSUs like NHPC which have released notification for 87 recruitment through GATE 2018. We have listed all PSU recruitment through GATE 2018 and details about the vacancies along with application dates and disciplines are given in tables. You may overview these recruitment on this webpage is you want ti check full details about any recruitment, then click on the details link listed with each table.

How to apply for PSU recruitment

Application procedure for each PSU recruitment is different from others and eligibility criteria for individual PSU also differs from each other. So you can open details of any PSU recruitment through GATE 2018 details link to check out the procedure of application for different application.

NOTE: Details of these recruitment will be changed continuously as per the official notification which will be released.

All Details about GATE 2018 examination are present on our website, These details includes Exam date, GATE books, Mock Test, Previous Question Papers, Model Paper, Sample Papers, Online Application link, important dates, how to apply help, Helpline number, GATE Pattern, syllabus gate 2018 results and GOAPS links etc. You can check out all details from this webpage.

The application process and all other details are mentioned in the separate articles which can be checked by click the link given under each table. Keep visiting this webpage to get all latest updates about PSU recruitment through GATE 2018.

17 Unknown Facts About Lal Bahadur Shashtri Which You Have To Know Today

Lal Bahadur Shashtri believed in Nehruvian economic policies and hence he was made the Prime Minister after the death of Jawaharlal Nehru in 1964. There are a lot of episodes and things that one would like to know about Shashtriji. Take a look at them here:

1. Lal Bahadur Shastri was born in Ramnagar in Varanasi in a Kayastha family, but as Shastriji didn’t believe in caste discrimination, dropped his title. Later, when he graduated at Kashi Vidyapeeth, he was given the title of Shastri (scholar).

2. Lal Bahadur Shastri’s fondness for Mahatma Gandhi is well known. Not many know that Shashtri was also influenced by Bal Gangadhar (Lokmanya) Tilak in his early days.

3. In 1921, when Mahatma Gandhi call for youth to come out of schools and colleges and join the Non-Cooperation movement, Shahstri paid heed to that call. This also marked Shashtri’s first move/contribution towards India’s freedom.

 

4. Lal Bahadur Shastri went to jail as early as when he was 17-years-old. Jailed for his participation in non-cooperation movement, Shastri was later let off as he was only 17 (minor) then.

5. In 1930, during the Civil Disobedience Movement Lal Bahadur Shastri was again jailed for his participation in it. This time, Shastri served a jail term of two and half years. Shastri learned about western philosophers and social reformers during his jail term.

6. Lal Bahadur Shastri was also arrested in 1940, and 1941 till 1946. The fact will surprise you a bit that Shastri spent almost nine years in jail in total during India’s Independence activism.

7. Not many know that the credit of appointing women conductors in transportation facilities go to Lal Bahadur Shastri. As a transport minister post-independence, Shastri achieved this feat.

. Another little-known fact about Lal Bahadur Shastri is that it was him who ordered using jets of water instead of lathis to disperse the crowd; during his charge as a minister of Police Department.

9. Lal Bahadur Shastri was the brain-child of landslide victories of the Congress party in General Elections 1952, 1957 and 1962.

10. In the recent 2014 Lok Sabha Elections from where Mohammad Kaif contested- Phulpur constituency, it was once used to be Lal Bahadur Shastri’s terrain.

11. Owning moral responsibility to a railway accident in Mahbubnagar in 1956, Lal Bahadur Shastri had resigned as the Railway Minister – setting new standards of morality in public life.

12. The credit of first appointing the committee on Prevention of Corruption also goes to Lal Bahadur Shastri during his tenure as Union Home Minister.

13. It is a little-known fact that after Nehru died, Indira Gandhi was first offered the post of Prime Ministership. Only after she declined, Lal Bahadur Shastri was made the PM.

14. Lal Bahadur Shastri’s first broadcast as Prime Minister said, “There comes a time in the life of every nation when it stands at the crossroads of history and must choose which way to go. But for us there need to be no difficulty or hesitation, no looking to right or left. Our way is straight and clear—the building up of a socialist democracy at home with freedom and prosperity for all, and the maintenance of world peace and friendship with all nations.”

15. Lal Bahadur Shastri’s leadership was hailed across the globe when he led India to victory in the Indo-Pak war of 1965.

16. Lal Bahadur Shastri coined the phrase ‘Jai Jawaan Jai Kisaan (Hail soldier, Hail Farmer)’ to enthuse the moral, during India’s successful war against Pakistan in 1965.

17. Lal Bahadur Shashtri died due to cardiac arrest under suspicious circumstances in Tashkent, giving rise to reports of a deep-rooted conspiracy.