Please find a comprehensive GATE Study Plan for your GATE exam 2021 preparation. The number of hours considered in this planner is 3 hours per day (on an average). You can adjust number of hours as per your convenience. For instance, if you see the Master planner below, you will find we need approx. 220-250 hours for completing Stage-I. So if we study 3 hours, on an average, for 90 days = 270 hours, we can easily cover what’s given in the document.
Note: This plan is designed in consideration with students who have got top 100 ranks in GATE or any national level exam in the past few years
A similar plan is followed by many exam toppers and is highly recommended by most of The top faculties of the country. You will realize while going through it that a lot of research is gone In to make it helpful to you.
The following document contains :
Maths = 44 hrs
EM = 46 hrs
FM = 69 hrs
SOM = 68 hrs
Manufacturing = 77 hrs
TOM = 64 hrs
HT = 52 hrs
IE = 59 hrs
Stage 1: Go to the right ones and check whether you were confident of answering that question . If the answer is “yes” check the solution given in order to see which method was better( yours or the given in Book or online portal ). Adopt the best you like.
Stage 2: Go to questions which you got wrong. Try to fight with the question that why you got it wrong without looking at the solution yet. Try 3 or 4 times by re-reading the question or even refer notes. Maximum time it’s a silly mistake. These silly Mistakes can’t be zeroed but can be reduced by practicing more .Refer notes again if needed. In case you are still not able to click after a lot of Slumber, try to open the solution and check your mistake. If it was a new concept to you, add in the void space you have kept in your notes. This will help to solve similar question again.
Stage 3: Now the turn of questions which are unattempted.This could be due to
Below given is a detailed execution of the GATE study plan which carries subject wise in-depth action plan. In this artificial intelligence of GATE Study Planner, you will find:
a. General Aptitude
Note: For the years 2014 to 2017 there have been 2 and 3 sets so we have taken the average weightage of the topics for the same
b. Engineering Maths
c. Engineering Mechanics
d. Fluid mechanics
e. Strength of Materials
f. Thermal Engineering
application of first law of thermodynamics,
study flow energy equation
refrigerator and heat pump,
Clausius inequality law,
enthalpy and maxwell’s equations
fraction of steam,
triple point water
Reverse Carnot & Reverse Brayton cycle
psychrometric properties relations, psychrometric chart,
different processes on psychrometric chart.
gas and steam power plant,
h. Theory of Machines
i. Machine Design
j. Heat Transfer
correlations for heat transfer in flow over
flat plates and through pipes; thermal
boundary layer; effect of turbulence
k. Industrial Engineering