Question: What facilities do you provide in IES+GATE+PSUs Classroom Study Course Program?

Answer: A. Coverage of entire technical & non-technical syllabus as per GATE & ESE syllabus
B. Study material for technical & non-technical subjects both
C. Periodic classroom tests
D. Doubt clearing sessions
E. Interview Guidance for IES/ESE, PSU’s and M. Tech admissions

Question: What are Rank Improvement Batches?

Answer: Rank Improvement Batches are designed for repeater students who have already taken regular classroom coaching or did self study and attempted ESE/GATE exams, but want to give next attempt for better result. The content of Rank Improvement Batches is designed to give exposure for solving different type of questions within fixed time frame. The selection of questions will be such that the ex. MADE EASY students are best benefitted by new set of questions.
Course Duration: Approximately 25 weeks (400 teaching hours)
Timings: 6-7 days a week and 4-6 hours classes per day for regular batches, Sun, classes are scheduled for 8 hours for weekend batches.

Some of the key benefits of these batches are:

  • Comprehensive problem solving sessions
  • Smart techniques to solve problems
  • Techniques to improve accuracy & speed
  • Systematic & cyclic revision of all subjects
  • Doubt clearing sessions
  • Weekly class tests
  • Interview Guidance
  • Special Rank Improvement Batch Workbook having variety of questions to develop the required skills to face competition.

Question: Does MADE EASY provide subject-wise classes for new technical subjects which are added in ESE-2017 syllabus?

Answer: MADE EASY does provide subject-wise classes for new technical subjects which are added in ESE from 2017. This facility is available for both Ex. MADE EASY students and Non-MADE EASY students.
The newly added subjects are:
ME: Mechatronics & Robotics, Renewable Source of Energy.
EE: Signals & Systems, Computer Fundamentals.
E&T: Advance Electronics, Basics of Electrical Engineering, Advance Communication.

Question: What is the difference between Super Talent & Normal batches?

Answer: There is not much difference in the two batches. Faculties, Study material, Test Series, No. of teaching hours will be the same for both Super Talent & Normal batches. The only difference is the composition of students – Super Talent batch consists of good students from reputed colleges, their basics will be stronger, hence faculties can save time and the time saved can be utilized for solving more quality questions, doubt classes etc.

Question: Will MADE EASY be providing exclusive batches for ESE Main examination?

Answer: MADE EASY certainly conducts Conventional Practice batches exclusively for ESE Main examination. These batches are scheduled after ESE Preliminary examination.

Question: Is it possible to prepare for IES and GATE in a single batch?

Answer: The technical syllabus is almost the same for IES, GATE & PSUs. Only the standard and pattern of exams differ. Our classroom study course will effectively cover all the requirements of these competitive examinations. MADE EASY has comprehensive batches for ESE + GATE which caters the needs of both these exams and also supports PSUs’ syllabus . IES: Technical (Objective & Conventional) + General Studies &Engineering Aptitude GATE: Technical + Engineering Mathematics + Reasoning & Aptitude + English PSUs: Technical + Aptitude + Current Affairs

Question: Who are the faculties at MADE EASY?

Answer: Faculties at MADE EASY are very experienced, expert in their domains and have teaching experience of more than 15 to 20 years for competitive exams. They are senior professors and HODs from reputed institutes, experts from various government sectors , IES& GATE top rank holders. Proudly we can say that MADE EASY consists of best faculty members.

Question: My son is an average student and his aggregate marks is around 60% in the B. Tech exam, can he join MADE EASY? Is there any discrimination on basis of percentage? Will he get selected in any competitive exams?

Answer: MADE EASY never discriminates on the basis of percentage. We never give admission on percentage basis. Here uniform attention is given to all students irrespective of the marks. Our classroom program includes students of all categories ranging from 50%marks to 90%marks from IITs, NITs, private engineering colleges, working professionals from PSUs and MNCs. We believe every student can achieve success provided student utilises guidance from our side and puts in efforts and dedication from his/her end . And, most of the PSUs have eligibility percentage as 60%, so he can clear the competitive exams if he studies with sincerity and dedication. Nothing is impossible if hardwork is done.

Question: Does MADE EASY conduct any doubt clearing classes or sessions?

Answer: We do have doubt clearing sessions and students are welcomed to ask doubts in the classrooms or they can also personally meet the faculties after the class. In fact, we advise students to discuss the doubts without any hesitation. We also periodically schedule doubt clearing classes for the classroom course students.

Question: I am student of 3rd year engineering can I join weekend batch? Will I be able to cope up? How it will be useful?

Answer: Yes, 3rd and 4th year engineering students can join weekend batches. No matter you have studied all engineering subjects or not; at MADE EASY every subject will be taught from basic level. And if you join at this stage, this coaching will be useful to secure good marks in semester exams as well.

Question: What is the duration of Regular and Weekend classroom study course batches?

Answer: Regular Course: 8-10 months
Weekend Course: 10-11 months

Question: Are faculties same in regular and weekend batches?

Answer: Yes, MADE EASY has permanent faculties who take classes in all batches.

Question: Do you provide any crash courses?

Answer: We will be starting a course in May 2019 named Summer GATE course for 70 days for GATE 2020. Details of the same can be read from 

GATE Exclusive : 70 Days Summer Course for GATE-2020

Question: Do you have any GATE or ESE Exclusive batches?

Answer: Yes, we have two types of batches:

1. Comprehensive batches for IES+GATE+PSUs
2. GATE Exclusive batches

Question: Do you provide hostel facility?

Answer: We don’t own hostels, but we facilitate in getting good hostels. Separate hostels are available for boys and girls within walking distance from our study centres.

Question: What is the mode of Payment to get admission?

Answer: Walk in Admission: Cash/D.D

Postal Admission: Through D.D
Online Admission: Through Credit card, Debit card

Question: Can I deposit my fees in Installment?

Answer: We prefer onetime payment but, two installment facility is also available, in that case, “installment fee” of Rs. 2,500/- will be charged and 45 days from the date of batch commencement will be provided to pay the remaining fees.

Question: I am Ex. Student of MADE EASY and I have cleared the written exam of PSU, Can I attend Interview Program?

Answer: Yes, you can attend interview guidance program, the details can be referred from Interview Guidance tab on our website

Question: I have lost my MADE EASY ID-Card, what is the procedure to get a new ID-card?

Answer: In case a student has lost MADE EASY I-Card, he/she should personally visit MADE EASY centre in which he/she is enrolled and produce below mentioned documents to get a new ID-Card:

  • FIR from the police station
  • MADE EASY receipt
  • 1 photograph
  • Photocopy of ID proof
  • Processing charge of Rs. 500/- will be charged for the issue of new card

Question: I took admission, but then I never attended a single class, I want to get my amount refunded?

Answer: Refund is possible only within 5 days from the date of batch commencement, no matter a candidate has attended any class or not.

Question: I took admission couple of months back, but I got job - Can I get my fee refunded or can I replace a friend in my seat?

Answer: Refund is possible only with 5 days from the date of batch commencement and replacement of seat is possible only within 3 months from the date of batch commencement.

Question: What is the percentage criterion for IES/ESE, GATE& PSUs exam?

Answer: Percentage criteria for different exams are mentioned below:

IES: No percentage criteria
GATE: No percentage criteria, however if you wish to seek admission for M.Tech then, respective institutions have their percentage criteria.
PSUs: 60% or 65% marks in B.E/B.Tech depending on PSU also 5%-10% relaxation for SC/ST/OBC/PH candidates as per government rules.

Question: If I am from South India, so will I face any language problem in classes of MADE EASY?

Answer: Our faculties teach both in Hindi & English, so you will not face any difficulties as such. However, every year 6000-7000 students from South India come to our various centres for coaching, until now we did not receive any complaints regarding language barriers. Also more than 50% of our faculties are South Indians so we assure you that, you will not face any type of language issues.

Question: What is the process to take admission through online mode?

Answer: The process to take admission through online mode is as follows:

  • Visit our website
  • Fill the Admission Form
  • Upload your recent passport size photo and scanned signature specimen
  • Payment can be done through Debit/Credit Card
  • NOTE: Only VISA & MASTER cards are acceptable

Question: Do you provide any Demo classes?

Answer: No, we do not provide any demo classes. But we provide REFUND facility where fee can be refunded if you have any kind of issues.
NOTE: Refund is possible only within 5 days from the date of batch commencement.

Question: Is the faculty same at all MADE EASY centres?

Answer: 70% to 80% of the faculties will remain same at all the centres of MADE EASY.

Question: Do you conduct any scholarship Test?

Answer: Yes, National Scholarship Test (NST) is conducted twice an year. NST -1 is scheduled in month of October and NST – 2 in month of March. The details are available on our website.

Question: My percentage in the 10th and 12th class is low; will it affect during recruitment?

Answer: No government sector asks for 10th and 12th standard marks, they will be only considering B.Tech percentage.

Question: Can I swipe the card for fee payment  at the time of walk in admission?

Answer: Yes, we do have EDC facility where students can swipe their cards for fee payment.
Transaction charges of 1.02% for credit card and 1.17% for debit cards will be charged
NOTE: The amount is charged as per the norms of RBI.

ESE(IES) Queries

Question: When ESE Exam will be conducted?

Answer: Currently, ESE examination will be conducted in two stages:
Preliminary Examination: 1st week of January.
Mains Examination: Last week of June.

And selected candidates will be called for the final phase called as Personality Test.

Question: I have completed my B.Tech, in C.S Branch. Am I eligible for ESE?

Answer: Yes, you are eligible for IES. In ESE you can select any of the 4 streams to write the exam i.e. Civil, Mechanical , Electronics and  Electrical.Appearing from Electronics is advisable as it is the closest branch .Similarly, Production & Industrial students can appear from Mechanical, Instrumentation students can appear from Electronics.

Question: I have completed my AMIE, so can I apply for GATE or IES Exam?

Answer: Yes, you can apply for GATE and IES/ESE exams.

Question: What is the eligibility criteria for IES?

Answer: Age criteria:
Minimum 21 years, as on 1st Jan of appearing year.
Maximum 30 years for General candidates, 33 years for OBC candidates and 35 years for SC, ST candidates.
Educational Qualification: B.E/B.Tech/AMIE/M.Sc.

Question: What is the percentage criteria to appear for ESE?

Answer: There is no percentage criteria required to appear for ESE examination. A candidate who is having degree of B.E/B.Tech or equivalent is eligible.

Question: Are Production or Chemical Engineering candidates eligible for ESE exam?

Answer: Yes. An engineer specialized in any stream is eligible for ESE examination. Production & Industrial students can appear from Mechanical, Instrumentation students can appear from Electronics.

Question: How many attempts are available for IES/ESE exam?

Answer: There are NO attempt limits for IES/ESE exam. Until you are within the maximum age limit of 30 years for GEN, 33 years for OBC, 35 for SC/ST candidates, you are eligible to appear for IES/ESE exam.

Question: I have done B.Tech in Marine Engineering, am I eligible for IES/ESE exam?

Answer: Yes, you are eligible; you can appear from Mechanical Engineering in IES/ESE exam.

GATE Queries

Question: Who conducts GATE Exam?

Answer: GATE is an All-India examination administered and conducted in eight zones across the country by the GATE Committee comprising of Faculty members from IISc, Bangalore and other seven IIT’s on behalf of the National Coordinating Board, Department of Education, Ministry of Human Resources Development.

Question: What is the age criteria to appear for GATE Exam?

Answer: There is NO age criteria to appear for GATE exam.

Question: What is the pattern of GATE Exam?

Answer: Total Questions: 65

Duration: 3 hours

Total Marks: 100

Marks per Question: 1 mark and 2 mark questions

Negative Marking: 1/3 rd of the marks allotted to that question.

Type of Questions:  Includes MCQ and Numerical data type questions.

NOTE: There is no negative marking for Numerical data type questions.

Question: What are Numerical Data type questions in GATE Exam?

Answer: These are the questions which do not have multiple choice options (i.e. a, b, c, d). Instead, these are fill in the blanks questions, where real values have to be entered on the virtual keypad displayed on the monitor by using mouse.
NOTE: Physical keyboard is deactivated in the interface of GATE exam.

Question: What is the validity of the GATE score card?

Answer: The GATE score card is valid up to 3 years from the date of result.

Question: Are B.Tech Pre-final year candidates eligible for GATE?

Answer: No. Final year and passed out students are eligible, as candidates have to produce original degree completion certificates at the time of document verification.

Question: How many times we can attempt the GATE exam?

Answer: There are no attempt limits for the GATE exam.

Question: When is GATE exam conducted?

Answer: GATE exam is conducted on weekends of Jan/Feb(generally starting from January end), depending on branch the dates are allotted.

Question: What is the procedure to get admission in NIT’s?

Answer: All the NIT’s conducts admission through single platform called CCMT- Centralized Counseling for M.Tech Admissions.

Question: Can I appear for a paper that is different from my degree discipline?

Answer: Yes.

Question: What are the benefits of GATE Exam?

Answer: The benefits of GATE exam are as follows:


Several reputed PSUs and research organizations recruits on basis of GATE Score, eg. IOCL, NTPC, BHEL, PGCIL, BARC etc.

Teaching: Professor, Asst. Professor at IITs, NITs, reputed educational institutes etc.

Junior Research Fellow: ISRO, DRDO, BARC, CSIR, IITs etc.

Senior Research Fellow: ISRO, DRDO, BARC, CSIR, IITs etc.

Junior Research Associates/ Senior Project Associates.

Scientists “C” grade jobs.

Career in Research & Development.

Technical value addition.

Expertise in subject/domain specialization.

Question:  Can I carry calculator during examination hall of GATE?

Answer: No, The GATE exam application consists of virtual calculator.

PSU Queries

Question: When does PSU companies recruit?

Answer: PSUs recruit all throughout the year; there is no specific timetable for recruitment process as such. And, it depends on the requirement of PSUs, whenever they have a requirement; they come up with recruitment drive. The same is notified to students through MADE EASY JOB BOX, where notifications of all upcoming recruitment are uploaded and also video of the same is also provided.

Question: What is the recruitment procedure for PSUs?

Answer: PSUs follow two procedures:
1. GATE exam + GD + Interview
2. Written exam + GD + Interview

Different PSUs have different weightage for the above mentioned stages.

Question: What is the exam pattern for PSUs?

Answer: The exam pattern varies from company to company. Generally written exam consists of technical subjects, English, current affairs. Those students who qualify written exam will be called for Group Discussions followed by personal interview.

Question: What is the syllabus for PSUs?

Answer: The syllabus is defined in the notification of respective PSU recruitment advertisement. Generally, the technical syllabus includes all engineering subjects and non-technical syllabus includes current affairs, English and Aptitude.

Question: Does MADE EASY provide coaching for respective PSU competitive examination?

Answer: We do not have an exclusive batch for any particular PSU. But our classroom study course covers the syllabus of IES, GATE & PSUs. Every year thousands of MADE EASY students get selected in Navratna & Maharatna PSUs like IOCL, NTPC, SAIL, and ONGC etc.

Question: How many PSUs are there in total?

Answer: Presently there are more than 250 plus PSUs companies. These companies fall in different categories like Maharatna, Navratna, Miniratna Category-I, Miniratna Category-II and so on.

Question: What is the percentage criteria required to appear for PSUs exam?

Answer: The percentage criteria differ from company to company. Generally it is 60% or 65% marks in B.E/B.Tech depending on PSU also 5%-10% relaxation for SC/ST/OBC/PH candidates as per government rules.

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