It has been designed to help aspirants without access to good instructors and reference material. Has been structured incorporating the methodology employed in a contact session wherein a concept is first explained, problems based on that concept are solved, explaining each step of the solution in detail, and then the student is guided through a series of practice questions of varying difficulty levels. For this purpose the practice questions have been classified into three levels of difficulty.
Highlights of correspondence course:
- 10 booklets, covering end to end GATE syllabus (4000+ Problems solved including previous years GATE questions + 40 plus Sectional/Topic wise Tests)
- 10 – Postal Module Tests – Booklet
- Post-GATE guidance
- Quick Refresher Guide
Correspondence Course is available in the following streams:
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Instrumentation Engineering
- Electronics and Communications Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
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CORRESPONDENCE COURSE BOOKLET DETAILS:
Note*: A booklet will be provided to student corresponding to each subject mentioned in above table for given branch.
Digital Learning coming soon…
There will be Digital Learning associated with the correspondence course. This Digital Learning will be covering 100+ hours of online video lecture for each branch. There will be approximately 10+ hours allocated to each subject in given branch. Important Concepts will be discussed in these video lectures.