Regular Classroom Courses for ESE, GATE & PSUs - 2018
(On the revised pattern of ESE - 2018 & GATE - 2018)
Regular Classroom Course is designed for comprehensive preparation. The main feature of the course is that all the subjects are taught from basic to advance level. Due emphasis is given on solving objective and numerical questions in class. High quality study material is provided in the classroom course with sufficient theory and practice test papers for objective and conventional questions alongwith regular assignments for practice. Classes are conducted by highly experienced professors from reputed colleges and GATE/ESE toppers. Separate batches are conducted for GATE Exclusive Courses and for ESE + GATE Courses. MADE EASY team has developed very effective teaching methodology and advance techniques to face competitive examinations. The total teaching hours needed for comprehensive coverage of GATE Exclusive Batches is approximately 700 to 800 hrs and for ESE + GATE batches, it is approximately 1100 to 1200 hrs.
(A) Winter batches : Morning /Evening batches start in the month of January, February & March . The classes are conducted 6 to 7 days a week for 3 to 4 hrs per day. The class timings may be extended on weekends and public holidays .The course duration is approximately 10 months. Theses batches are suitable for college going students, working professionals and also for pass out students. These batches are offered at all centres of MADE EASY.
(B) Summer batches : These batches are designed exclusively for pass-out students, who can devote their full time for preparation of competitive examinations. These batches start in the month of May, June and July. The classes are conducted 6 to 7 days a week for minimum 6 hrs a day and may be extended depending upon the requirements. The duration of the course is 6 to 7 months. These batches are offered at all centres of MADE EASY.
If ESE and GATE are scheduled/preponed then per day class hours may be increased so that course duration is adjusted as per the date of exams.
Students of instrumentation engineering can enroll themselves in EC classroom course and those with production engineering as their domain subject can enroll in ME classroom course batches.
In order to reduce burden of students, we have compiled and framed our study material from best possible resources giving encyclopedic coverage of every topic. This study material will be comprised of –
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