GATE-2015 is over and now the heartbeats are on a hold till 12th March 2015, the ‘Result Day’. Many aspirants give up their hopes after the exams, many remain confused and rest have that ‘good feeling’ about it, a natural scene after any competitive exam.
The mystery about ‘All India Ranks’ will be disclosed on the ‘Result Day’, but to use whatever rank you get, utilizing it to grab the best available option will be your responsibility. GATE ranks open multiple doors of opportunities; thought you may not be eligible to pass through some doors, but you can surely choose ‘The Best Door’ from the list of doors available for your rank. But even to make that choice, you must know about its existence and prepare in advance, because you may have to face some real tough competition even there.
Here is a list of doors or M.Tech Colleges where you can utilize your hard earned rank along with some ‘NON GATE’ options which you can consider seriously.
NOTE: To remain informed, please keep checking this document regularly for new updates.
Additionally, you should get back to your books and revise whatever you read or were supposed to read during engineering, including you engineering projects. This will be required to qualify in the various pre-admission tests and interviews which most of the institutes conduct.
So, GATEians time to relax is over, start toiling because ‘there's many a slip twixt cup and lip’.
DISCLAIMER: Although care has been taken to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information provided, Techtud assumes no responsibility therefore. The compilation is based on the experience from previous year patterns which may not be applicable in current situation or future. This document can serve as an initial assistance for the personal level research which you should do individually. Additionally, the order in which colleges appear in this document is not at all any form of ‘College Ranking’.
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