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Smart way out through GATE exam

Published: 02nd July 2015 04:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd July 2015 04:59 AM   |  A+A-

Most of the enginnering students who wish to pursue ME or MTECH have to pass Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) exam to qualify for the seat. To make the process easy for the students, GATEFORUM, an institute that trains students for the test has launched Gdrive.

Gdrive will lead Gate aspirants towards smart way of learning and training. It will provide over 300 hours of video lectures tailed to the requirement of students which will ease out the burden of hunting for quality content for preparation of the GATE exams. The aim is to provide study material to students offline so that students who stay in the smaller cities can use it easily. The lessons would be updated periodically via internet. Gdrive is part of GATEFORUM’s GO GREEN initiative, where we encourage students to think beyond physical books. The material in the pendrive will include video lectures and will consist of e-study material in pdf formats. Also, it subsists post gate admission guide, previous year’s papers, assessment tests.

The details of the Gdrive can be found at www.gateforum.com or by calling 040 44664244

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