After clearing the GATE stats, what are the opportunities in the UPMs?

Updated on : December 6, 2021 by Alvin Cotton



After clearing the GATE stats, what are the opportunities in the UPMs?

Dear Kartik,

It totally depends on the interview you will face in the future and your performance, which will be the main decisive factor, since after qualifying the exam, one has clearly specified the technical aptitude that he has now, everything is the moment of the interview. personal to judge you on so many aspects that will decide if you are fit for it or not. Specifying the opportunities in terms of some percentage would be inappropriate.

Hi there!

This is the first time Statistics has been added as a GATE subject. So it won't be that easy to comment on which PSUs will include that in their eligibility criteria. You may have to wait for your application forms and find out for yourself. Keep track of the application forms for all known PSUs and read their eligibility criteria.

Before I talk about the job application process, I want to tell you about the job opportunities available to a UGC NET JRF awardee.

All those students who qualify for this exam are considered NET qualified and are eligible to apply for a professorship at any university (government or private) nationwide.

The first career option with the UGC NET qualification is the professorship in some reputed university (government or private) recognized by the government of India. You can easily get a lucrative amount there. BUT to be promoted to assistant professor level, you need to get a PhD. What

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Before I talk about the job application process, I want to tell you about the job opportunities available to a UGC NET JRF awardee.

All those students who qualify for this exam are considered NET qualified and are eligible to apply for a professorship at any university (government or private) nationwide.

The first career option with the UGC NET qualification is the professorship in some reputed university (government or private) recognized by the government of India. You can easily get a lucrative amount there. BUT to be promoted to assistant professor level, you need to get a PhD. since it has become obligatory in all the universities that operate in the scope of the UGC.

If you are awarded a JRF certification, an additional advantage you would gain is that you will be preferred over candidates with only the NET qualification. But it also depends on your intrinsic qualities, as well as your performance on the exam and interview.

Another career option available with UGC NET JRF candidates is Ph.D. or M.Phil. You can continue your higher education while earning a stipend.

There are many universities that offer a stipend for the doctorate. students. BUT you should keep in mind that the stipend for doing a PhD. it is provided to JRF winners only at many colleges. There are some universities that also provide a stipend to students who have the NET qualification to pursue their PhD. BUT that's the University's whim, whether you want to extend the stipend to NET qualified candidates or not.

The JRF certification has a validity period of only 3 years, while its NET qualification would be for life. Therefore, to take advantage of the JRF certification, you need to enroll in some university for higher education.

Since your NET qualification is for life, therefore, you can apply for a professorship at any time in your life.

Now let me move on to the procedure for applying for the job. For which it is necessary to follow certain basic steps:

  • Please list some universities / institutions according to your preference.
  • Keep a check on your website to stay up-to-date when vacancies are rolled out.
  • When vacancies roll out, apply for them.

Now there are a few things you should know. First, the vacancies are smaller compared to the number of candidates who eliminate UGC NET JRF each year. And no more vacancies can be generated until more institutions are established. So you will have to take it with a pinch of salt as clearing UGC NET JRF does not guarantee a job. Although the openings are smaller compared to the number of students who qualify for UGC NET, new opportunities are also emerging in the economy.

I hope this helps.
All the best!!

Statistics has been added as a new subject from an exam point of view, that is, as an additional subject in GAte 2019, there will be an exam for this subject that will have its own syllabus, pattern and weighting for this subject.

Now for the syllabus:

This completes your entire statistics syllabus.

Now comes the exam pattern and the weight of the statistics:

The statistics test in GATE 2019 will have a total of 65 questions of 100 points. There will be two types of questions for statistics in GATE 2019, MCQ and Numerical Answer Type Questions.

There will also be a combination of 2-point and 1-point questions for a total of 65 questions.

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Statistics has been added as a new subject from an exam point of view, that is, as an additional subject in GAte 2019, there will be an exam for this subject that will have its own syllabus, pattern and weighting for this subject.

Now for the syllabus:

This completes your entire statistics syllabus.

Now comes the exam pattern and the weight of the statistics:

The statistics test in GATE 2019 will have a total of 65 questions of 100 points. There will be two types of questions for statistics in GATE 2019, MCQ and Numerical Answer Type Questions.

There will also be a combination of 2-point and 1-point questions for a total of 65 questions.

The grading schemes for the 2-point questions will be as follows: If you answered incorrectly, your -2/3 will be deducted for that incorrect answer.

Also, for the 1 point question, if you answered incorrectly, -1/3 points will be deducted for that incorrect answer.

And for questions of the numerical response type, there will be no negative score.

Now the point distribution of point questions 2 and 1:

There will be 25 questions with 1 point (subtotal 25 points) and 30 questions with 2 points (subtotal 60 points), which consist of MCQ questions and types of numerical answers, this equates to 55 questions.

The remaining 10 questions will be from the General Ability (GA) section.

no!! it is not easy at all.
I don't want to discourage you, but the reality is that there is very tough competition at GATE. billions of student donations each year and it even increases when we include the scorers from the previous year.
although it depends on the vacancies and your door rank. But it can take on average that to receive a call from PSU for an interview, your range must be below 500 AIR or even better. In this case, you will also receive a call for an interview and you have not been selected.
so prepare yourself.
Best of luck!!

Both happen.

Generally, prior to taking the GATE exam, UPMs that do not want to take their own recruiting exams notify in advance that they will be interviewing the best GATE classifieds to fill their engineering positions.

There have also been instances where, after GATE results have been reported, some government organizations have decided to fill their engineering positions through the higher ranks of GATE.

It is impossible for any serious GATE aspirant to be unaware of such opportunities in this age of information revolution.

There is a recruitment of less than 25

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Both happen.

Generally, prior to taking the GATE exam, UPMs that do not want to take their own recruiting exams notify in advance that they will be interviewing the best GATE classifieds to fill their engineering positions.

There have also been instances where, after GATE results have been reported, some government organizations have decided to fill their engineering positions through the higher ranks of GATE.

It is impossible for any serious GATE aspirant to be unaware of such opportunities in this age of information revolution.

Every year on average around 2021 there is recruitment of less than 250 of the top GATE classifieds, and Indian engineering colleges produce more than 15 lakh of engineering degree holders and more than 17 lakh of young Indians join into the workforce each month, until 2050.

I have solved the problem of Indian youth education and unemployment through my research on the Indian educational system.

All I say is what I know. To my knowledge, no PSU hires statisticians (but I advise you to check it online to find out more about it and check the PSU ads if you have the time). With a different GATE score than PSUs, people generally apply for M.Tech/MS/Ph.d. Some institutes like NITIE consider the GATE score for admission to the MBA. Some IIMs consider the GATE score for FPM (similar to ph.d). Hope this can help you.

I personally did not come across any advertisement asking for a degree in statistics. It is quite possible that some of the HR of some UPMs are interested in statistics. But why not try other alternatives? There are so many government departments that need statisticians, especially the electoral commission and planning organizations. You can even try IAS too.

After clearing the door, a person will have many options to go to higher education in the best institutes in our country, as well as he can join PSU and central government jobs at the executive level based on the rank he obtained. person.

Yes ! Drdo recruits master's graduates through an initial score followed by an interview in his prestigious position as scientific officer.

As the vacancy is too low (it can be 5 or 10!) There is a lot of competition ... you have to get a rank within AIR 30 and break the interview to be selected.

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