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2 Apr

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GATE Preparation Videos by Nptel: Mechanical Engineering (Thermodynamics)

28 Dec

Mechanical Engineering : Basic Thermodynamics 

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How to Crack GRE – Exclusive Interview with GRE Topper from IIT Madras:Sindhu (340/340)

21 Dec



Interview with an IIT Madras graduate who made it big in GRE with a score of 340.

She shares complete strategy from planning GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) to preparing for all three sections (Verbal Reasoning; Quantitative Reasoning;

Analytical Writing) for the test.A must watch for all of you who are planning to write GRE in future.
Name: Sindhu Sreedhara
Degree: B. Tech, Electrical Engineering
College: IIT Madras
GRE Score: 340/340 (Verbal – 170, Quantitative – 170, Writing – 4.5/6)

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2. Form a strategy to answer questions
3. Expand your vocabulary

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Puzzle Test: Best Verbal and Logical Reasoning Tricks &Tips (Miss. Dilpreet and Mr. Vibhu Anurag)

16 Nov

Puzzle Test:

Verbal Reasoning tests involve verbal puzzles which may include a numerical element. A person’s ability to extract meaning from complex information and to think logically, analytically and numerically is assessed. The type of verbal reasoning questions found here is often used as part of the verbal aptitude tests used by employers during their selection process.

This video lecture ” Puzzle Test ” will help students preparing for various competitive exams like IBPS, GRE, CAT, BANK PO, GMAT

1.Puzzle test in reasoning
2.Puzzle test logical reasoning
3.Puzzle test reasoning tricks
4.Puzzle test questions and answers
5.Puzzle test for bank po
6.Logic puzzles with answers
7.Puzzles questions and answers
8.Reasoning puzzle questions


Tenses With Out Tension- (Best Communication Skills tips: Mrs.Laura Raj)

16 Nov

Tenses With Out Tension:

This video lecture ” Tenses without Tension ” will help students and corporate people to understand following topics

1.Importance of tenses in English grammar
2. Importance of tenses in our daily life
3. Importance of tenses in communication
4. Importance of past tense
5.Importance of using proper verb tenses
6.Why is verb tense important
7. Importance of simple present tense
8. Importance of present tense
9.Tenses in English grammar
10.Tenses in English grammar with examples
11.English grammar tenses rules
12.How many tenses in English

The Advantage of writing GATE conducted by IITs and IISc

18 Sep

GATE, abbreviated as Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, is an India level competitive examination conducted and administered by IITs and IIS. GATE is primarily taken up by students in Engineering, Technology, Architecture and other PG level science subjects. This exam tests the student’s smartness ability in his/her subjects. Those who are smartly able to understand their subjects will get through it easily. The exam’s toughness is so high that only 15% of the candidates who appear get a good score. Sometimes percentile more than 99 is required for admissions in IITs or job interviews in public sector companies.

With the number of universities in India growing like anything, the number of engineering students coming out of college is huge. Hence, GATE has become the compulsory medium to evaluate the best of the students.

But why GATE? Why is it necessary for doing well in GATE exam? Couldn’t you get a good job or a decent university without GATE?

Of course you can get jobs and M.E/M.Tech admissions in colleges without GATE score. But you cannot expect to join the premiere companies and institutes. GATE score is used to measure the calibre of engineering students. GATE is no easy exam and it takes a mammoth effort to succeed in it.

Btechguru brings to you few noteworthy benefits of having a good GATE score:

Advantages of working in public sector companies like Indian Oil Corporation, BHEL, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and NTPC are many and so is the competition. It is pretty obvious that these companies cannot recruit all the engineers in India. GATE score is the first and the most important gateway to stand a chance of getting selected into these companies. If you have good GATE scores, then consider that 80% of your recruitment is complete. High salaries, everlasting job security and awesome perks are awaiting you.

Even for M.Tech admissions in top notch universities like IITs and IISc, it is mandatory to have a good GATE score. Students who qualify for these colleges using GATE scores are entitled for a minimum stipend of Rs. 8000 PM during their course. Now that you join IITs and IISc, you can easily expect salaries ranging from a minimum of INR 8 Lakh per annum.

Haven’t got a chance to do an UG in IITs, NITs? Do not worry. GATE can help you with another opportunity. Not only can you apply to top Indian institutions, but you are also eligible for doing Masters at the National University of Singapore, which is regarded as one of the best technical universities in the world. Such is the value of GATE score.

For research fellowships in CSIR Labs and R&D centres, clearing GATE is mandatory.

A good GATE score is not through luck definitely. It is through a person’s dedication in learning the technical aspects of his/her field. This gives a very good technical understanding to you and you will have an edge over others in interviews.

Students should understand that this exam is one of the turning points of their career. One could expect to clear the exam easily by the following ways:

  • Having a clear understanding of the subjects of their course.
  • Knowing your interests and choosing the right GATE examination. If you think that you are skilled in some particular subjects, then choose the GATE exam model accordingly.
  • Taking part in laboratory classes with keen interests.
  • Advanced preparation: If you are going to write GATE examination in your final year, then start gathering study materials by end of 2nd Dedicate the whole of the 3rd year for preparation. Spend at least an hour every weekday and you can master the subjects easily.
  • Solve previous question papers: This is the most important part. Your preparations in the last couple of months before exam should be of solving the GATE question papers. Not only does this give you a fair idea about the question patterns, but you can also learn to answer quickly. In GATE examinations, time is a very important factor. You got to think quickly and answer in seconds.
  • Get professor’s help on smartly understanding tough topics or problems. As discussed earlier, GATE is all about thinking smart and answering quickly. So get connected with a well-qualified professor and get smart insights from them.
  • If the above mentioned self-study is tricky for you, join a good GATE coaching centre or take an online course from trusted sites.
  • Attending as many MOCK Tests: This is the final part. Do as many mock tests. Understand your actual ability like time management and skill levels. Always remember, your GATE score will be somewhere close to what you achieve in MOCK tests.

Doesn’t it sound good to be one of the persons to have a good GATE score? Why won’t it! GATE preparation is tough enough but we at Btechguru have solutions for you. With proper guidance, anyone can achieve success. 40000+ students have been benefited by our courses . You can also become one. Have a look at our FREE PREVIEW VIDEO for GATE preparation in this link:

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12 Sep is a website that many people have not heard of despite the fact that more than 50,000 new documents are uploaded daily. This is a social publishing site, where people come together to share original works. It is a user-friendly and direct website which offers an easy way to put your documents online. has a very effective search engine (supported by major search engines) and the documents are well organized and sorted well by categories, tags, ratings and reviews.


Some of the best features of this site are:

  • Built with Adobe Flash, iPaper which will display documents regardless of whether you are using Windows, MacOS, or Linux without downloading any software or files.
  • You can convert any major document formats into iPaper online. The documents must be converted to iPapers before putting your documents in Scribd. support: Adobe pdf (.pdf), Adobe PostScript (.ps), Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx), Microsoft Excel (.xls, xlsx), OpenOffice Text Document (.odt, .sxw), OpenOffice Presentation Document (.odp, .sxi), OpenOffice Spreadsheet (.ods, .sxc), Plain text (.txt), Rich text format (.rtf), PostScript files, PowerPoint presentations, and OpenOffice documents.
  • No need to sign up for uploading your works. However, doing so you deny yourself the ownership of the documents you upload. Signing up gives you ownership and specific copyright policies.
  • Create and manage a personal reading site.
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