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SHORT INFORMATION: has released Advt No 02/2022-Admin.(R) the MTS, LDC, DEO, Assistant, and Other Various recruitment advertisements for 167 posts. Candidates who are interested in this CPCB recruitment can apply online from 06 March 2023 to 31 March 2023.



Application Begin: 06/03/2023

1-Hour Test :

  • Gen / OBC / EWS: 500/-
  • SC / ST: 150/-
  • All Category Female: 150/-

Last Date for Apply Online: 31/03/2023

2-Hour Test :

  • Gen / OBC / EWS: 1000/-
  • SC / ST: 250/-
  • All Category Female: 250/-

Pay Exam Fee Last Date: 31/03/2023



CPCB Various Post Recruitment 2023 Vacancy Details:

Scientist B 62

Bachelor Degree in Engineering / Technology in Civil / Chemical / Environmental / Computer Science / IT OR Post Graduation in Chemistry All Branches / Environmental Science.


makhdoom ghaya posted in Exam Application 5 hours ago

SHORT INFORMATION: MP Rajya Sahkari Apex Bank has released the Recruitment of Branch Manager and Other Various Post Recruitment 2023 Notification. Any candidate who is interested in this MP Apex Bank 2023 recruitment and fulfills the eligibility can apply online from 10 March 2023 to 09 April 2023.



Application Begin: 10/03/2023

General / OBC/ EWS: 500/-

Last Date for Apply Online: 09/04/2023

SC / ST / PH: 250/-

Pay Exam Fee Last Date: 09/04/2023

GST: 18% Extra



Computer Programmer 35

BE / B.Tech Degree in Computer Science / MCA with 60% Marks

Computer Programmer-2 13

Degree in Computer Science / Information Technology IT


makhdoom ghaya posted in PSU Jobs 6 hours ago

Another opportunity for engineers via the GATE exam.

An application is invited at the National institute of industrial engineering (NITIE MUMBAI) for the 2023-23 batch.

  • PGDIE program (All branches of gate qualify engineers are applicable.)

           Note: Final-year students are also eligible.

  1. Last date of the form: 5/04/2022
  2. Eligibility, Admission procedure, and Application Fees
  3. Course fee
  4. Students who are selected based on gate score get a stipend of 12400-/rs.
  5. Placements and summer internship-related data
  6. NITIE MUMBAI will get IIM status very soon

I know many gate-toppers will ignore it. this is because of various reasons but believe me, just give an interview here. you will get a great experience.

Good luck &  All the best...



Hira Thakur posted in Exam Application 20 hours ago

PGCIL Recruitment 2023 is now available for 138 Engineer Trainee Jobs on its official website. Applicants can view the complete PGCIL Recruitment 2023 details in this post. The last date to Apply Online for PGCIL Recruitment 2023 is 18th April 2023.

Check the quick details and apply link here and other details on the official advertisement of PGCIL.


Name of the Organization Power Grid Corporation of India Limited
Post Name Engineer Trainee
Advertisement Number CC/06/2022
Vacancies 138
Category Govt Jobs
Selection Process GATE Score & GD
Notification Date 27th March 2023
Job Location All India
Official Site


PGCIL Recruitment 2023 official site link above.


dutta18 posted in PSU Jobs 20 hours ago edited 19 hours ago by dutta18
by dutta18

I have been receiving a lot of messages related to college admissions. So, I’ll be doing a live streaming of QnA in youtube this Saturday at the below link. Please add any specific queries as comments to this blog so that I can be prepared :)

Arjun posted in From GO Admins 1 day ago
by Arjun


Admission for higher degree program for the academic year 2023-24 for:

  • MTech (CS) Computer Science-Kolkata 
  • MTech (Crs) Cryptography and security - Kolkata

Mode of admission : 

  1. Through Gate exam
  2. ISI entrance exam
Online application starts  Online application ends  ISI Admission Test
   March 11, 2023     April 05, 2023   May 14, 2023

All the best...

makhdoom ghaya posted in Exam Application 2 days ago edited 1 day ago by Hira Thakur



makhdoom ghaya posted in Exam Application 2 days ago retagged 2 days ago by makhdoom ghaya

A story about four GATE attempts, culminating in an old IIT, day 1 placement and a research publication in an A-ranked conference.

I graduated in 2016 and gave my first attempt in Feb 2016. Back in those days, there were two statements that floated around a lot –

  1. GATE is not as tough as JEE, and can be cracked in one month. 
  2. Masters should only be done from IISc, IITs are not good enough for masters (huh!!!!!!!) 

Two utterly rubbish statements that governed my life for the next few years.

I attempted GATE four times - 

  • 2016 - 33.w marks, rank ~6k
  • 2017 - 32.x marks, rank ~6k
  • 2018 - 42.y marks, rank ~2k
  • 2019 - 57.z marks, rank 963, got into IIT-K for MS Research!

This post is essentially meant for two sections - a) the ones who have ranks between 700-1200, and b) the ones having ranks > 1200 and are contemplating repeating with/without a job etc. A lot of people in these ranges would be going through many questions and dilemmas, and having been on both sides, I hope my journey can help some of you.


Ranks > 1200  – “We are a consequence of the choices we make and the chances we take”

I started my preps in Feb 2015, but perhaps the first sentence dominated my thoughts consciously/subconsciously and my preparations were not up to the mark. I had a job offer from campus in a products company with a slightly higher package than the average. While my parents, friends, and peers all warned me to not join the job, take a drop and dedicatedly prepare for GATE, I decided against it.  I thought I could easily handle a 9-hour job, with 2-hour travel, study for 4-5 hours and get a < 50 AIR in GATE (I still thought GATE was easy enough). Also, I knew that taking a drop, without having any backups would put immense pressure on me and I wouldn’t be able to concentrate on my studies. I am a “Plan B” person, hence decided to take up the job and continue preparing for GATE. In 2015, a guy had secured an AIR 5 along with a job (a famous blog/interview those days). There was another person on Quora, who left his job one or two months before GATE and secured an AIR 7 and made it to IISc. I was inspired by it - “If they can do it, so can I”. 

In 2017, I secured a mark less than my previous attempt and looked like my decision was pathetically wrong. Some dark days awaited!! A dream that kept on breaking, a bad job, parents’ health issues, and the societal pressure to get married!! There were challenges left, right, and center! My own physical and mental health took a beating (stress, anxiety, major weight gain, weakness), making it more difficult for me to focus on my preparation. After my second attempt in GATE, I had learnt quite a few lessons. As determined and perseverant (or stubborn?) as I was, started preparing for the third time, and managed to get a ~2K rank in 2018. 

Some lessons from my journey so far - 

  1. Preparing with a job is tough and depends on a number of factors. Preparing without a job has its own challenges. Some pros and cons - 

    1. If you are in a mass company, you may not have much work and can devote some office hours for your preps, especially if you are on the bench. I had a lot of work in my company, I would usually skip breaks or finish my meals quickly to catch up on some of my studies. Also, it helps if you are staying closer to the company. Spending 2-3 hours in commute daily is exhausting. 

    2. Same decision, different outcomes – While it's great if you can take a drop and prepare single-mindedly, it may not always work out that way. A colleague of mine took a drop and got a rank of ~1100 in 2020. She took another drop, secured ~1200 AIR and finally took up admission in a top-4 NIT.  She was under immense pressure on the day of the exam and out of sheer nervousness made mistakes that cost her dearly. Health-wise too she was on a backfoot. Another friend who took a drop in her second attempt made it to IIT Bombay. Both have been toppers during their bachelor's and master's.

    3. Know your strengths and weaknesses - I knew I could not concentrate if I did not have a safety net. Hence, despite knowing the challenges of preparing alongside a job, I always found that more doable. While I took 4 attempts, I was hardly putting anything at stake - I had a stable job, and I could have easily continued in that domain.

    4. Make your decisions wisely - If you are deciding to prepare for the 2nd+ time, do consider your family situation, financial condition and other things. I know of people, on the other side of 25 years of age, who felt remorse seeing their friends get “settled” while they were “stuck up” in their preparations. On the other hand, I also had folks at IITK, 25+, who did very well in their academic, personal, and professional lives.

    5. Give it a try – Having said that, 20s is the time when you can take risks, focus on yourself, shape your career and live your passions. It gets tougher (not impossible) to do that in 30s and beyond. For me, IITK has been worth every bit of the 4-year struggle!! I was a web developer, and absolutely hated it. I wanted to work in Systems, specifically the kernel, and that is where I am currently working! 

    6. Maintain consistency in your preps and take care of your health –  IITs/IISc are worth a lot, but definitely not your health. After office, I would study for 6-7 hours for 2-3 days, which meant I slept for not more than 4-5 hours. Hence, in the latter part of the week, I would just not have any energy to study. The inconsistency cost me. And such bad sleep has major, lasting effects on your health and cognitive powers. Do exercise regularly and sleep sufficiently. 

  2. There will be tons of success/struggle/strategy blogs on the internet, take them with a pinch of salt (including this post). It worked for them, it may or may not work for you. Make your own plans and strategies and keep updating them timely. Take risks - but informed, and calculated ones. 


Rank 700 - 1200 – “What if I fail? Oh, but my darling, what if you fly?”

For people in this range, your journey did not end, just got a little longer. 2-5 questions would have probably made a big difference. But hey! Don’t give up, not yet! Not all is lost! 

2019 was my fourth attempt at GATE. A week after the exam, my rank was around 400! I was ecstatic! I knew I would be getting calls from a lot of IITs, and from my dream college, IISc. I enthusiastically started prepping for the interviews. However, with each passing day, my rank started dropping. By the end of Feb, it was around 800, and I knew it was the end of the road for me. I was disheartened and broken and exhausted. It was my fourth attempt and I knew I didn’t really have it in me to pick up my books again and start all over. I almost discontinued my preparations. But the hopelessly hopeful person that I am, I did apply to the old IITs/IISc despite all sorts of rank/college predictors and previous year stats saying otherwise. The predicted colleges were mid and lower NITs, newer IITs and IIITs. I wasn’t interested in any of them, mainly because these didn’t have as strong a Systems scene (at least at that time) as did old IITs/IISc, but nevertheless applied to them as well. To my surprise, I got an interview call from IIT Kanpur and IISc. While I was not much interested in IITK (that second statement still dominant in my head), the IISc call letter was like a new lease of life! I started preparing for it with utmost fervor! At work, I would skip meals, go to the parking area (so that nobody could disturb me) and study. I tried to make the most of the ~1.5 months that I had before the interview. However, along with that enthusiasm, there was a sinking feeling that my rank was low (AIR 963) and that perhaps I would not make the cut. It was commonly said back then that IITK had a 70-30 interview-GATE performance criteria, so I thought my chances at IITK were almost nil. Most fellow aspirants/seniors I spoke to at that time would suggest the same and I would get discouraged. 

A few days prior to my IITK interview, I got a call letter from IIT Indore. Both interviews overlapped. Given my rank, I thought I had my best chance there. Sunday morning I had my train to Kanpur, and Friday evening I almost cancelled my tickets! Luckily, I spoke to Arjun Sir about my dilemmas, and he suggested that even though the chances were indeed higher at IIT-I than at IITK, IITK was worth taking the risk. And the rest is history :)

So, the lessons from this part of my journey - 

  1. Screw the stats! Apply!  – Do not give up! Apply anywhere and everywhere you can and prepare hard. Do not pay much attention to predictors/statistics/trends/etc. While they might have high accuracy, they are not set in stone. I made it to IITK at 963, that same year somebody with a rank of 900+ made it to IISc. One more rejection won’t hurt much, but an acceptance will change your life! Most people in this range go for IIITs/NITs, perhaps due to the fear of interviews. While the IIITs/NITs are great, old IITs/IISc are a class apart. 

  2. IITs are a world of endless possibilities  –  Even if you don’t clear the interview, you can always write to a professor working in your area of interest, and ask for an internship/project assistantship. These usually have a higher stipend than MTech/MS and can make huge differences to your career. Visit the faculties’ home pages to get info about their mail addresses/openings/past students, etc.

  3. Network – For your interview preps, talk to students working in your areas of interest. It can help you massively. Amidst all the demotivating stats and predictions, talking to a senior studying in IISc (who himself had a lower rank of ~800) kept me going during my interview preps. The best way to reach out is to mail them on their college ids (they may not respond on time on social media). Almost all IITs/IISc have a students page (for ex this), reach out to them.

  4. A lot of people are hesitant to apply for MS (2.5-3yr course). In my experience, MS is better than MTech - 

    1. The coursework is lesser than for MTech, and hence, lesser pressure

    2. The research experience will help you not only for PhD but for some jobs as well. During my placement season, there were 1-2 companies that opened for MS/PhD, and not for MTechs (the reverse also happens)

    3. Chances of getting a sponsored project are higher (depends on the guide)

    4. “Research” may sound scary, but is fun and satisfying. Give it a try!

  5. If you are concerned about the longer time taken in MS, know that you can even graduate in 1.5-2 years if you finish your work. You can also sit for placements and start working after two years and continue your remaining thesis work remotely. Of course, this depends on the guide and institute policies, but there is always a way out. Please do not give up the opportunity to study at an old IIT just because of this.

  6. IITs are awesome, whether for Bachelors, or Masters, or Doctorate. Period! IISc is perhaps the best research institute in the country, the old IITs aren’t far behind. It's usually said that IIT profs give more importance to UGs than to PGs, it could not be farther from the truth. At least in IITK, at least in the systems labs, our professors spent a lot of time with us, solved our doubts, and even debugged our code! 

  7. Also, the TA duties at IITs are usually considered to be a bane. While that has truth to it (depends on the course, the instructor, and other things), my best learning experience at IITK was during my TAship for the “Intro to OS” course. I got to design assignments, have awesome discussions with the Prof and the TA team, and fell in love with OS a little more! 

It took me four attempts to get an admit. I could not clear the IISc interview, but IIT K turned out to be the biggest blessing for me (that’s a story for another day)!! Patience, and perseverance (and some pagalpan :P) finally paid off!! 

I cannot end this post without thanking this community. A big, huge thanks to all the contributors, moderators, maintainers of GO, and of course, to Arjun Sir! This journey would not have been possible without them. 

The path from dreams to reality does exist. May you have the vision to find it, the courage to get on to it, and the perseverance to follow it.  - Kalpana Chawla

Sumaiya23 posted in Motivation 2 days ago edited 2 days ago by Sumaiya23

The BITS HD 2023 form is out.

Admission to the Higher Degree Program (M.E/M.Pharm) for the Academic Year 2023-24 for:

  • ME (CS) & ME(Software system) at BITS PILANI
  • ME (CS)  at BITS Hyderabad
  • ME (CS)  at BITS Goa

for details information please check the followings:

                                1) via gate score: Rs 1000/-

                                2) BITS HD online test: Rs 3400/-

Hira Thakur posted in Exam Application 5 days ago
I also gave GATE in 2021 in my final year of B.Sc. but didn’t qualify and ended up with 23 marks. It was expected because I didn’t prepare and just went to give the exam to taste it. Later after giving the exam, I came to know about the opportunities of the exam and really got mesmerized as this single exam can give me so much opportunities in the field of Computer Science and can make me an IITian. In my school days I didn’t even know about IITs much because at that time neither I have a smartphone nor I have access to internet. So, I went to do B.Sc. which generally most of the students took in my school. Later I knew much more about the IITs and the opportunities it provides but being a B.Sc. student there is only one path to enter in an IIT is to give GATE exam after M.Sc. because there is no JAM exam for CS people.

I decided to appear for GATE seriously with proper preparation somewhere around December 2021 after passing out B.Sc., and started doing self-study but didn't actually start preparing rigorously until March 2022. I exactly remember that I had started my gate preparation exactly on 1st March 2022 as I enrolled in an online coaching to prepare seriously for it. And completed my whole syllabus in November end. This takes so much time because I was involved in college curriculum also to secure good marks there. In my gate journey there was a lot of ups and downs and sometimes I also thought to give up in October-November because of the pressure but thank God that I didn’t and continue the preparation till the last day.

The one thing I have learned that solving various types of questions are equally important to understanding the core concepts. I only solved 20 years previous year questions and coaching workbook but didn’t solve the workbook completely as my main focus is on PYQs. And I can ensure that you will learn more while solving the questions rather than learning the concepts. And i call tell you the Gateoverflow answers are the best and so many coaching materials also taken the answers form GO. I personally liked @Sachin Mittals sir’s answers they clears lots of ambiguity and clear the concepts.

My preparation journey is like a roller coaster really. When I decided to enroll in coaching, I also decided to give tuition to local students in my village so that I can bear my own coaching expenses. From March to September, I continued with my tuition and form September, I left them completely as it was becoming impossible for me to manage college, gate preparation and tuition altogether. I used to give tuition to local kids in the early morning then go to college and after returning back from college I used to prepare for gate throughout evening and night.

From 20th September after my 2nd semester exam had ended, I took my preparation to the highest priority. Till now I finished all the topics with PYQs except DM, DLD and EM. I decided to finish them asap and also solved the PYQs again of the completed subjects parallelly. I think that was the best decision I took in my preparation because revision is the most important thing in any preparation. From 20th September to November End, I completed the whole syllabus and solved the PYQs 2 times and also gave topic wise and subject wise tests of the subjects that I was revising in parallel. And the most surprisingly I didn’t sit for the campus placements at that time as my main target throughout the year was to cracking gate.

Now at the time of October I sat for UGC NET exam and also cracked it with Junior Research Fellow which give me also some boost and confidence.

Now the month of December came and the pressure was above the neck as only 2 months are remaining. I started giving full length tests and in my first full length test I scored 47.66 marks and after rectifying and revision it went in the range of 55-60 and sometimes above 60 but I was not able to score more than 60 continuously. At that time, I also remember that I used to go to college which is 2.30 hours of distance from my home and while going and returning I used to revise my short notes in the bus and train. It was a little uncomfortable but I was no option because I had to crack the exam by hook or cook. But I managed to minimize the silly mistakes over the time but didn’t able to completely remove it. And it the final GATE Exam I also have -1.67 negative marks which costs me a lot also did only one bad silly mistake in the DLD question the answer came 001 and I tick the answer 100 which is really a blunder and cost me 2.66 marks. But I would say “Jo mila bohot acchahi mila hai.”

I solved all PYQs and attempted many tests but still I was not getting very good marks in Full syllabus tests of Made Easy (50-60 marks). And the problem was I didn’t know the reason behind those less marks, due to which I was unable to improve my marks further. Now the month of January came the last and the final month and my test scores were in that range only. Then I again solve all the star mark PYQs of all the subjects and continue it till the last week. I solved the PYQs of each subject at least 3 times and for COA it was more than 4 times as there were some concepts which were asked many times as it was in the PYQs. Which improved the marks  and i stick to the cycle of Revesion-Practice-Analyse. And my range of marks increases gradually in 65-70 region and in the last mock test which i take 6 days before the exam i got 69.I take two test series but  i only focus on ME test series for FMTs.

On the last day I went to sleep at about 10 PM and wake up at 4.30 AM to get ready because my exam centre was 2 hours of distance and I had to go using the public transport. I was feeling like the next day was my semester exam and not the GATE exam. I was relaxed and had no fear of the GATE exam. Really this is what happens with me don’t know how I kept my mind so cool at that day. But it was a blessing in disguise really for me.

Now the D-Day comes on 4th February the GATE exam day. On the GATE exam day, I went to the centre with in time of reporting and if I felt some anxiety, I used to say“avoid avoid” in my mind and it made me feel relaxed. At about 8.45AM, I sat Infront of my allotted computer and the just keep saying one thing in my mind repeatedly that “I can do it, I will do it.” This helps me a lot to remove distractions and other thoughts in my mind.

Then exactly at 9.30 AM the exam started and the 3 hour exam feel like 3 minutes to me really. And thank God that my computer works well during the exam and there was no problem at all.

After the GATE exam was over, I called my friends after returning to home and we have a conversation about the type of questions asked all that and said to my parents that I did my best “Ab jo hoga dekha jayega”. And finally, the result is out and my rank is 239 with marks 68.33.

I know this is not a very good rank. But it is a pretty decent rank to get into the top 7 IITs. And behind this rank there was a great contribution of my Teachers and mentor @Vishal Burnwal and the GO community. So now I can say one thing that having a good mentor besides your preparation is necessary to prepare at whoever he/she might be, so that you can identify and correct the mistakes during the preparation.

The only thing I can say to future aspirants that whatever might be the situation do not give up and fight till the end if you can handle the pressure and the preparation you can do many wonders in the upcoming days. Really keep in mind that Gate is a life changing exam so do your best no matter what but also keep in mind that this is not the only exam to change your life. I also want to say you to keep the following points to increase your chances to crack the exam,

1. Learn the Basic concepts clearly and take time if you don’t understand some topics in the first go.

2. Don’t take aptitude lightly i scored only 11.67 in aptitude section of GATE :(

2. Solve the PYQs after completing each topic. They are the real questions that were set by the IIT professors. If you stuck at some question, simply check the solutions from GateOverflow. Use them for revise your concepts and understanding in the last 2-3 months.

3. Make short notes of each subject literally that will help you a lot in the last 2 months.

4. Attempt the topic wise and subject wise tests as early as possible in parallel and then focus on the Full length tests. Give at least 20 FMTs if possible.

5. In the last 3-4 months leave every thing behind and give the preparation the highest priority. This time will be the rank changer time for you. I had never attended any family functions, festivals and not even watched a single movie in the last 6 months of preparation except the day before the exam.

6. And finally on the D-Day keep yourself as calm as you can because whatsoever is your preparation in the whole year if you mess up this single day your hard work of 365 days will be gone in vain.

This is my first Blog actually don’t know how i write it but my main motive behind this Blog is to express my gratitude to GO and to document my journey.
Pranab Paul 10 posted in 2023 Mar 18 recategorized Mar 19 by gatecse

NEEPCO Recruitment 2023: North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Limited has, at last, made the NEEPCO Recruitment 2023 notification available on its official website in order to fill 122 positions for Junior Engineers, Graduate and Technician Apprentices, and Executive Trainees. Applicants can submit an online application for the Junior Engineer, Apprentice, and Executive Trainee recruitment process.


Posts Name

Eligibility Criteria

Graduate Apprentices (Engg)

BE/B. Tech in Electrical/Mechanical/Civil/IT

Graduate Apprentices (Non-Engg)

BA/B. Com/B. Sc degree

Diploma Apprentices

Diploma in Electrical/Mechanical/Civil/IT

Junior Engineer

Diploma in Electrical/ Mechanical Engineering

Executive Trainee

BE/B. Tech in Electrical/Mechanical along with the GATE 2022 Score




dutta18 posted in PSU Jobs Mar 17 edited Mar 21 by makhdoom ghaya
by dutta18

Congratulations to all the GATE toppers. Please fill your GATE result response here

Previous year data can be seen here.

Responses: See here

gatecse posted in From GO Admins Mar 16 edited Mar 21 by gatecse
by gatecse

Admissions for the academic year 2023-24 are open.

M.Tech Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)

Selection Procedure:  GATE (CS) SCORE

Intake:  150

All students enrolled in the M.Tech. programme are residential, full-time students. 
Students in the first semester will choose courses worth at least 16 credits, from the following course. Each course here is of 4 credits.

  1. Algorithms
  2. Networking and Communication
  3. Machine Learning
  4. Mathematics for Machine Learning
  5. Software Systems
  6. Concrete Mathematics

Bharat Bhushan posted in Exam Application Mar 11

Applications for admission in M.Tech. (CSE, ECE & CB) 2023 starts from 20th March 2023.

For more details visit :


Good Luck aspirant...

Bharat Bhushan posted in Exam Application Mar 9 edited Mar 11 by Bharat Bhushan

Another big opportunity for GATE aspirants.

National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) on behalf of NIC invites
Application for Scientific and Technical Posts in NIC
[Advt No. NIELIT/NIC/2023/1].

Application start 4/03/2023
Application end 4/04/2023 (Date may be extended)
Date of screening test   will be announced later


Post Vacancies
Scientist B (written+ interview) 71
Scientific Officer / Engineer-SB (written+ interview) 196
 Scientific/Technical Assistant-A (only written) 331
  • Fee details: 
  1. General and other – 800rs
  1. for reserved and women- nil

Good Luck aspirant ....

Hira Thakur posted in PSU Jobs Mar 3 edited Mar 3 by Hira Thakur

Applications are invited for July 2023 from eligible candidates for admission to Ph.D. and M.S. (by Research) programs under regular/part-time/external schemes of IIT Madras from March 01, 2023.

Portal Open for Online Application 1/03/2023
Last date of Receipt of Online Application 31/03/2023 (date may be extended)
Written Test and Interview To be notify 

Good Luck aspirant ....

Hira Thakur posted in Exam Application Mar 1

Another opportunity by CMI for M.Sc in CSE /data science and a Ph.D. in CSE.

Application Open 1/03/2023
Last date 9/04/2023
 Entrance examination date 7/05/2023

Good Luck aspirant ....

Hira Thakur posted in Exam Application Mar 1


Application live $17/02/2023$
Application Portal Closes $31/03/2023$ date may be extended
Entrance Exam $06/05/2023$

Good Luck aspirant ....

Hira Thakur posted in Exam Application Feb 18

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Deepak Poonia posted in From GO Admins Feb 15 edited Feb 18 by Deepak Poonia