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Sunday, 6 October 2013

Engineering jobs: 14 PSUs hiring through GATE 2013


The Graduate Aptitude test in Engineering (GATE) exam is the all-India qualifying test for ME and MTech admissions. But engineer Sahil Kumar’s objective for cracking GATE is not studies. For Sahil, GATE is a route to enter the public sector, which he believes offers good opportunities alongside a decent pay check. 

Why public sector?
A PSU job  is the dream of many an Indian. Jobs here mean a good pay cheque, perks, decent career growth and most important, job security. Recruitment by PSUs has always been in large numbers.  

Hiring process for jobs
To ensure recruitment of better quality personnel, it has always been the policy of these companies to hold an entrance test followed by a group discussion and finally a personal interview.  Some major PSUs like NTPCBHELPOWERGRIDIOCL, and BPCL, used to conduct exams separately for entry-level engineering positions like ‘Technical Trainees’ and ‘Graduate Engineers’ to ‘Management Trainees’. The number of applications for these exams have always been huge – 10,000 applications for as few a 1000 posts, sometimes for even 500 posts or less! Sifting through these to shortlist candidates, conducting the entrance test, group discussions and personal interviews – consumes effort, time and money. To recruit a miniscule number of trainees in terms of the company’s actual employee rolls was becoming a huge and unavoidable problem.


Hiring via GATE
Now, 14 public sector companies have announced recruitment via GATE 2013, which will be conducted in two phases – one on January 20 followed by Phase 2 on February 10, 2013. Openings for engineering graduates to the tune of 1,874 positions (plus those not mentioned by some companies) have already been advertised for! 

This is a huge number compared to a year back when merely two or three companies used GATE as a compulsory criterion to screen candidates. IOCL was the first PSU to kick off the trend. The company got good candidates proficient in their subjects. After the success of their recruitment strategy, NTPC and others followed, and in 2012 eleven more announced recruitment through GATE 2013. BPCL, POWERGRID, NTPC, BHEL, BEL and many more have advertised and more are expected to follow. 

Apart from these companies, many other research institutes like BARC, and Junior Research Fellowships in CSIR Laboratories and CSIR-sponsored labs also seek scientists and researchers through GATE.

The GATE edge
Held by the IITs the credibility of the exam and scores is unquestionable. Those qualifying GATE are not only considered to be good at their subject, the exam pattern ensures that candidates have strong analytical and decision-making abilities. Besides, mastering an entire course of Engineering (30 plus subjects) for a three-hour test, is tough! Having one single test also does away with the expense of holding a separate exam to shortlist suitable candidates. Also, one can expect the employment procedure to be transparent up to a certain point.


Advantages for students
This trend cuts out preparation time that would otherwise be consumed if there were different exams for each company. It also gives the chance to concentrate on the subjects  and practice for a single paper pattern. After qualifying for the exam, the student has the option to either go in for higher studies i.e. postgraduation  or opt for a job. 

Some constraints
Not all disciplines have this opportunity as most PSUs have the need for personnel of only certain engineering disciplines (view box). Also, one exam carries too much weight and for non-qualifiers, it would be a major setback with not many options left after it.

Job criteria and perks
The general age limit is from 25 to 28 years. Pay packages range from 5 lakhs to 12 lakhs per annum, and other benefits. Some companies ask for  a surety bond for 2-3 years to ensure that the employees do not leave at the first opportunity. Payment of application fee is absent for most companies (though it is a part of the application form for some companies, to be paid online or via a DD). 

A change for the better?
According to the GATE portal, 777,134 candidates registered for GATE 2012 of which 6,86,614 candidates appeared for the exam. Nearly 81% of the total number appeared for popular papers like Electronics and Communication Engineering (176,944), Computer Science and Information Technology (156,780), Mechanical Engineering (112,320) and Electrical Engineering (110,125). The total number who qualified GATE 2012 is 108,526! 

A high stakes test
GATE 2013 has almost gone fully online, and it is expected that the results would be more reliable. It is also believed that it is a completely transparent process. So, GATE 2013 has a lot at stake for students. It has become the decision maker for them. They qualify to either go on to a higher education or a good career platform. Either way it seems to be the ‘GATEway’ to success! 

Wednesday, 2 October 2013

GTU Exam Time Table 2013 Winter For B.E

GTU Winter Exam Time Table For B.E:

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  • Monday, 23 September 2013

    GTU Books:Material science wd callister ip singh download

    Summary Of The Book
    GTU BooksCallister's Materials Science And Engineering was originally written by Professor Callister, and has now been adapted into an Indian edition by R. Balasubramaniam. This book presents readers with clear explanations of important concepts. It focuses on three main types of  materials and composites, namely metals, ceramics, and polymers. It goes on to describe the relationships between structural elements of materials and the properties they possess. The book also covers mechanical behavior and failure, and provides ways in which performance can be improved.
    This adapted version of Callister's Materials Science And Engineering has made updates to the previous topics covered in the book. The contents of this textbook are as per the syllabus of material science and engineering courses in many South Asian universities. The course structure of NITs, IITs, Anna University, and Jawaharlal Nehru Technical University have been taken into consideration in the sequencing of chapters in the book. Some of them are Imperfections in Solids, Properties of Metals, Polymer Structures, and Electrical Properties. Students who study the concepts in-depth, and are able to solve the questions listed in this book, will excel in this subject. The author has provided the solutions to the problem sets in order for students to thoroughly understand each topic. Several examples placed throughout the book help in comprehending the application of these theories in the real world. Though this book serves as a textbook in engineering colleges, it can be used as a reference guide by researchers, and practising engineers.
    Callister's Materials Science And Engineering comes with a CD-ROM package. This interactive mode of learning makes it easier for students to grasp the subject. The last five chapters, solutions to selected questions, and answers to concept check questions are provided in the CD. Visualization of the concepts gives students an added advantage in understanding material science and engineering.

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    Wednesday, 11 September 2013

    GTU Books:Important Books For Maths-1

    1. Hughes-Hallett et al., Calculus - Single and Multivariable (3rd Edition), 
    John-Wiley and Sons (2003)


    Book Description:

    December 7, 2004

     047147245X
    http://www.gtuebooks.com/
     978-0471472452

    Striking a balance between concepts, modeling, and skills, this highly acclaimed book arms readers with an accessible introduction to calculus. It builds on the strengths from previous editions, presenting key concepts graphically, numerically, symbolically, and verbally. Guided by this innovative Rule of Four approach, the fourth edition examines new topics while providing readers with a strong conceptual understanding of the material.


    2. James Stewart, Calculus (5th Edition), Thomson (2003)


    Book Description:


    December 24, 2002

     053439339X

    http://www.gtuebooks.com/ 978-0534393397 5th

    This edition of James Stewart's best-selling calculus book has been revised with the consistent dedication to excellence that has characterized all his books. Stewart's Calculus is successful throughout the world because he explains the material in a way that makes sense to a wide variety of readers. His explanations make ideas come alive, and his problems challenge, to reveal the beauty of calculus. Stewart's examples stand out because they are not just models for problem solving or a means of demonstrating techniques--they also encourage readers to develp an analytic view of the subject. This edition includes new problems, examples, and projects.



    3. T. M. Apostol, Calculus, Volumes 1 and 2 (2nd Edition), Wiley Eastern 1980


    Product Details:

    • Hardcover: 673 pages
    • Publisher: Wiley; 2nd edition (June 20, 1969)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 0471000078
    • ISBN-13: 978-0471000075
    http://www.gtuebooks.com/An introduction to the calculus, with an excellent balance between theory and technique. Integration is treated before differentiation--this is a departure from most modern texts, but it is historically correct, and it is the best way to establish the true connection between the integral and the derivative. Proofs of all the important theorems are given, generally preceded by geometric or intuitive discussion. This Second Edition introduces the mean-value theorems and their applications earlier in the text, incorporates a treatment of linear algebra, and contains many new and easier exercises. As in the first edition, an interesting historical introduction precedes each important new concept.



     4. G. B. Thomas and R. L. Finney, Calculus and Analytic Geometry 


    Product Details

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    • Hardcover: 1264 pages
    • Publisher: Addison Wesley; 9 edition (August 14, 1995)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 0201531747
    • ISBN-13: 978-0201531749
    • George Thomas' clear, precise calculus text with superior applications defined the modern-day, three-semester or four-quarter calculus course. The ninth edition of this proven text has been carefully revised to give students the solid base of material they will need to succeed in math, science, and engineering programs. This edition includes recent innovations in teaching and learning that involve technology, projects, and group work.



    GTU Semester-2 Syllabus

    Gujarat Technological University. B.E Sem II 1 
    Gujarat Technological University 
    Semester II 
    Maths II
    Vectors in Rn, notion of linear independence and dependence, linear
    span of a set of vectors, vector subspaces of Rn, basis of a vector
    subspace.
    • Systems of linear equations, matrices and Gauss elimination, row space,
    null space, and column space, rank of a matrix.
    • Determinants and rank of a matrix in terms of determinants.
    • Abstract vector spaces, linear transformations, matrix of a linear trans-
    formation, change of basis and similarity, rank-nullity theorem.
    • Inner product spaces, Gram-Schmidt process, orthonormal bases, pro-
    jections and least squares approximation.
    • Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, characteristic polynomials, eigenvalues
    of special matrices ( orthogonal, unitary, hermitian, symmetric, skew-
    symmetric, normal). algebraic and geometric multiplicity, diagonaliza-
    tion by similarity transformations, spectral theorem for real symmetric
    matrices, application to quadratic forms.
    Texts/References
    1. H. Anton, Elementary linear algebra with applications (8th Edition),
    John Wiley (1995).
    2. G. Strang, Linear algebra and its applications (4th Edition), Thom-
    son(2006).
    3. S. Kumaresan, Linear algebra - A Geometric approach, Prentice Hall
    of India (2000).
    4. E. Kreyszig, Advanced engineering mathematics (8th Edition), John
    Wiley (1999). Gujarat Technological University. B.E Sem II 2
    Elements Of Civil Engineering
     I Scope of Civil Engineering
     Introduction: Impact of Infrastructural Development on the Economy of a Country,
    Role of Civil Engineers, Importance of Planning, Scheduling and Construction
    Management.
    II Surveying
     Introduction: Surveying and levelling, Object and uses, Primary divisions,
    Fundamental principles, Classification of surveying, Plans and maps, Scales, Units of
    measure.
    Linear measurements: Methods, Instruments used in chaining; Chain surveying,
    Ranging; Obstacles; Errors in chaining, Tape corrections, Conventional symbols
    Compass surveying: Types and uses of compass, Bearings, Whole Circle Bearings,
    and Reduced Bearings, Computation of angles; Meridians; declinations and dip of
    needle; Local attraction; Chain and compass surveying field work.
    Elevation measurements: Levelling, object and uses, terms used in levelling, levelling
    instruments, methods of levelling, recording and methods of reducing, errors in
    levelling, contours; characteristics and applications.
    Areas and volumes; use of a Planimeter.
    Modern Tools of Surveying and Mapping: Introduction to Theodolite, Electronic
    Distance Measurement Instruments, Total Station, Global Positioning System, Remote
    Sensing and Geographic Information System.
    III Construction Materials
    Requirement, types, uses, properties and importance of Civil Engineering materials like
    Stone, Bricks, Lime, Cement, Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals, Ceramic Materials,
    Timber, Sand, Aggregate, Mortar and Concrete, Paints and Varnishes, Glass , Plastic,
    Conducting, Magnetic, and Miscellaneous Materials.
    IV Elements of Building Construction
    Planning: Elementary principles and basic requirements of a building planning, layout
    of residential & industrial buildings.
     Construction: Classification of buildings based upon occupancy and structure, Design
    Loads, Common building components, their functions, and nominal dimensions.
    Elements of building drawing. Introduction to building byelaws.
    V Water Resources Development
    Elementary Hydrology, Sources of water, Watershed Development, water requirements
    and its conservation, Hydraulic Structures of Storage, Water Conveyance System:
    Canals; Water Conduits.
    VI Transportation Engineering
    Role of Transportation in National development, Transportation Ways, Surface
    Transportation and Aviation, Elements of Highway materials properties and highway
    construction, BOT Projects for Highways, Elements of Traffic Engineering and Traffic
    Control.
    Reference Books:
    1) Title :Surveying Vol .I & II
     Author: Dr. B. C. Punamia
     Publisher : Laxmi Publication Delhi Gujarat Technological University. B.E Sem II 3
    2) Title :Surveying Vol. I and II
     Author : S. K. Duggal
     Publisher : Tata Macgraw hill Publication New Delhi
    3) Title: Civil Engg. Drawing
     Author : S. C. Rangwala
     Publisher: Charotar Pub. House Anand
    4) Title : Building Construction
     Author : Dr. B. C. Punamia
     Publisher: Laxmi Pub. Delhi
    5) Title : Engineering Material
     Author : Dr. S.C. Rangwala
     Publisher: Charotar Pub. House
    6) Title : Building Materials
     Author: Dr. S. .K. Duggal
     Publisher : New Age International Pub.House Delhi
    7) Title : Civil Engineering Material
     Author : Jakson and Dhir
     Publisher : ELBS Publishing London
    8) Title : Civil Engineering Material
     Author : Jakson and Dhir
     Publisher : ELBS Publishing London
    9) Title : Highway Engineering
     Author: Khanna S. K. and Justo C. E.G.
     Publisher : Nemchand and Brothers
    10 ) Title : Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures
     Author : Santoshkumar Garg
     Publisher : Khanna Publishers Delhi Gujarat Technological University. B.E Sem II 4
    Elements of Electrical Engineering
    I D.C. Circuits:- Effect Of Temperature Upon Resistance, Solutions Of series,
    parallel in brief, star-delta combination of Resistances, KVL & KCL.
    II Electrostatics & Capacitance:- Definitions of Electrostatic, types of capacitors,
    series, parallel combinations & related circuit calculations in brief charging &
    discharging of capacitor. Energy stored in capacitor.
    III Electromagnetics:- Magnetic Circuit , Comparison Between Electric And
    Magnetic Circuits , Series/Parallel Magnetic Circuit Calculations , Magnetic
    Hysteresis, Hysteresis And Eddy Current Loss, Magnetic Materials,
    Electromagnetic induction, Statically And Dynamically Induced E.M.F.S in brief,
    Fleming's Right hand rule-Left hand rule, Coefficients Of Self And Mutual
    Inductances , Coefficient Of Coupling, Series/Parallel Combinations Of
    Inductances, Rise And Decay Of Current In Inductive Circuits , Force
    Experienced By Current Carrying Conductor Placed In Magnetic Field.
    IV Single Phase A.C. Circuits:- Generation Of Alternating Voltages &
    Currents, Their Equations, Definitions , R.M.S. And Average Values , Vector
    Representation Of Alternating Quantities , Addition And Subtraction Of Vectors
    , Complex Algebra., Phasor Relations Between Voltage And Current In Each Of
    Resistance, Inductance And Capacitance , A.C. Series And Parallel Circuits ,
    Power And Power Factor , Methods Of Circuit Solution (Analytically &
    Vectorially), Resonance In Series And Parallel Circuits.
    V Polyphase Circuits:- Generation Of Polyphase Voltages , 3,Phase System ,
    Phase Sequence, Inter Connection Of 3 Phases , Voltage, Current And Power
    Relationships In Balanced Three Phase Circuits , Power Measurement In
    Single Phase And 3 Phase Circuits.
    VI Batteries, Cables:- Battery, life of batteries, charging & discharging of battery.
    Cables, 2, 21/2, 3 and 4 core armored & unarmored cables.
    VII Electrical Wiring:- Connectors & switches, system of wiring, domestic wiring
    installation, sub circuits in domestic wiring, simple control circuit in domestic
    installation, industrial electrification.
    VIII Illumination:- Types of lamps, fixtures & reflectors, illumination schemes for
    domestic, industrial & commercial premises, Lumen requirements for different
    categories.
    IX Safety & protection:- Safety, electric shock, first aid for electric shock other
    hazards of electrical laboratories & safety rules, use of multimeters, grounding,
    importance of grounding, equipment of grounding for safety. Circuit protection
    devices, fuses, MCB, ELCB & relays.
    Reference Books:
    I Electrical Technology Vol.1 By B.L.Theraja
    II Basic Electrical Engineering By V.N.Mittal
    III Electrical Estimating & costing by Surjitsingh ( Dhanpat Rai & Co.) Gujarat Technological University. B.E Sem II 5
    Elements Of Mechanical Engineering
    I Introduction: Prime movers, Sources of energy, Types of prime movers, Force and
    mass, Pressure, Work, Power, Energy, Heat, Temperature, Units of heat, Specific
    heat capacity, Interchange of heat, Change of state, Mechanical equivalent of heat,
    Internal energy, Enthalpy,Entropy,Efficiency, Statements of Zeroth Law, First law
    and Second Law of Thermodynamics.
    II Fuels and Combustion: Introduction, Classification, Solid fuels, Liquid Fuels,
    Gaseous fuels, LPG,CNG and biofuels ,Calorific values.
    III Properties of gases : Gas laws, Boyle's law, Charle's law, Combined gas law,
    Gas constant, Internal energy, Relation between Cp and Cv, Enthalpy, Non flow
    process, Constant volume process, Constant pressure process, Isothermal process,
    Poly-tropic process, Adiabatic process.
    IV Properties of Steam : Introduction, Steam formation, Types of Steam, Enthalpy,
    Specific volume of steam and dryness fraction of steam , Internal energy, Steam
    tables, Non-flow process. Measurement of dryness fraction, Throttling
    calorimeter, Separating calorimeter, Combined calorimeter.
    V Heat Engines : Thermal prime movers, Elementary heat engines, Sources of heat,
    Working substances, Converting machines, Classification of heat engines, Heat
    engine cycles, Carnot cycle, , Rankine cycle, Ottocycle, Diesel cycle.
    VI Steam Boilers : Introduction, Classification, Simple vertical boiler, Vertical multitubular boiler, Cochran type, Lancashire boiler, Locomotive boiler, Babcock and
    Wilcox boiler, High pressure boilers, Boiler details, Boiler performance.
    Functioning of different mountings and accessories.
    VII Internal Combustion Engines : Introduction, Classification, Engine details, otto
    four-stroke cycle, Diesel-four-stroke cycle, Difference between otto cycle and
    Diesel cycle, Two-stroke cycle, Difference between two-stroke and four-stroke
    cycle, indicated power (ip), Brake Power (bp),Efficiencies.
    VIII
    IX
    Speed Control: Introduction, Governors, I.C. Engine governing, Fly wheel.
    Pumps : Introduction, Reciprocating pump, types and operation, Bucket pump, Air
    Chamber, Centrifugal pumps, Types and Priming, Rotary pumps.
    X Air Compressors: Introduction, Uses of Compressed air, Reciprocating
    compressors, Operation of a compressor, Work for compression, Power required,
    Reciprocating compressor efficiency, Multistage reciprocating compressors, Rotary
    compressors.
    XI Refrigeration & Air Conditioning: Introduction, Refrigerant, Types of refrigerators,
    Vapour compression refrigerating system, Window and split air conditioners.
    XII Couplings, Clutches and Brakes: Introduction, Couplings, Clutches, Brakes,
    Types of brakes. Difference between a brake and a clutch.
    XIII
    Transmission of Motion and Power: Introduction, Methods of drive, Power
    transmission elements, shaft and axle, Belt-drive, Pulleys, Power transmitted by a
    belt, Chain drive, Friction drive, Gear drive
    XIV Important Engineering Materials: Properties of materials, Ferrous & Nonferrous
    materials and other important engineering materials such as Timber, Abrasive
    material, silica, ceramics, glass, graphite, diamond, plastic, polymer and composite
    material

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