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GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering) is conducted by the all IITs and IISc Bangalore. Cracking GATE is not a difficult task if your approach towards preparation is systematic.

GATE 2010 Topper (Electronics)


Abhishek Sinha

Graduation: Electronics & Communication

College: Jadavpur University

GATE score: 1000/ 1000

Rank: 2

PG option: ME Telecom Engineering at IISc, Bangalore

Research Interest: Artificial Intelligence & Wireless Communication

According to Abhishek most important things for preparation are practicing more problems, making concepts crystal clear and consulting the last 10 years’ question papers and he also said that “Coaching is not an absolute requirement. You need to have access to good books and a good faculty”.

Books referred by Abhishek for the preparation of GATE

Solid State Electronic Devices – Ben G. Streetman, Sanjay Banerjee, 5th Edition

Digital Communications – John G. Proakis, 4th Edition

Microelectronic Circuits – Adel S. Sedra, Kenneth C. Smith, 4th edition

Digital Signal Processing – John G. Proakis, 4th edition

Automatic Control Systems – Benjamin C. Kuo, 7th edition

GATE 2010 topper (Electrical Engineering)

Saswata Chakravarty

Graduation: Electrical Engineering

Institution: Jadavpur University

GATE score: 1000/ 1000

Rank: 1

PG option: ME System Science and Automation at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore

Research Interest: Data mining and image processing

Saswata Chakravarty says that if you have a good understanding with subject, topic coaching is not necessary.

Books referred by Saswata Chakravarty for GATE preparation

Electric Machines - Nagrath Kothari

Control System - B.C Kuo

Circuit Theory - Hayt Kemmerly

Analog Electronics – Boylestead Nashelsky

Digital Electronics - Morris Mano

Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation - A.K.Sawhney

GATE 2010 Topper (Civil Engineering)

Shubhankar Roy Choudhary

Graduation: Civil Engineering

Institution: Jadavpur University

GATE score: 1000/1000

Rank: 2

PG Option: ME Structural Engineering at IISc, Bangalore

Research interest: Understanding nuances of structural engineering

Shubhankar says "Prepare yourself well for the semester exams, study concepts carefully, and clear your doubts as you study the course. If one has studied religiously every semester, two to three months of preparation is sufficient," and he also said that not to skip any topics of the syllabusat the time of preparation.

Shubhankar suggests the following books for GATE preparation

Theory of Structure by CK Wang

Theory of Elasticity by Timoshenko & Gere

Theory of Structure by Wilbur & Norris

GATE 2010 topper (Computer Science)

Priyanka Agrawal

Graduation: Computer Science

Institution: NIT, Surat

GATE score: 1000/1000

Rank: 4

PG option: ME Computer Science, IISc at Bangalore

Research interest: High performance computing

Priyanka suggests some important topics on which you have to concentrate more:

Operating system, with deadlock and scheduling, In compilers, parsers & to Try memorizing their different categories.

 In DBMS, apart from normal query-based problems, normalisation and transaction control are central.

 Practice the numerical in networks.

Books suggested by Priyanka Agarwal for GATE preparation are

Introduction to Algorithms by Corman, Lieserson and Rives

Computer Networks by Tanenbaum

Operating Systems by William Stallings

Data Communication and Networking by Behrouz A Forouzan

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