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Before starting solve 2 full-time papers
Looking into the books, understanding the concept & formulae

Algorithms:

#Horowitz & Sahani – complete, exercise
(yellow coloured front page)

6hr a day * 10 days

Automata theory:

Cohen – quite easy & its good for theory as well as problems
#Martin – good for exercise problems & you can get the solutions over net
Ullman – good for theory & some critical problems & again u can get the ans & some exercise really really important, get the approach for solutions

All three books
5hr * 10 days

Discrete mathematics:
(collect formulae, write them down on blank pages & go on pasting them over room walls, & read them daily)

#Tata Mc -  ROSEN solve as much as u can
This single book to solve 5hr * 10

Graph theory -  douglas west (first 4 chapters)

Trembley & Manoher ( first 2 chapters are good)

Overall

15 days

Data organization & program control & structure first two points:

(from start to end)
#Tanenbaum (green colour) - complete
(doorway to ur all data structures related part)
(try to cover it parallely with data structure part from sahani)

8hr * 3 days
C:


Systems:

Compilers
#Ullman, sethi - Principles of compilers (esp parsers & its techniques)
(very detailed explanation of every theory)

10 hr * 4 days

Operating systems:

(also covers virtual memory , segmentation, paging, I/O systesm)
#Galvin – complete & very good for synchronization (but get the problems from net or try to solve sync problems from different papers)

Tanenbaum – MOS(modern operating systems) very good for os examples ( paging,memory management,cpu scheduling & utilization)

6 hr * 4 hr

Networking & distributed systems:

#Forouzan – Data communication & networking (do only networking part, & some algorithms are sensibly explained in only this book eg “swith spanning tree”, execise problems, protocols)
Also covers Internet structures

8 hr * 2 days

#Tanenbaum – very interesting & critical for problems esp data link & network layer problems
(essential for net problems)

8 hr * 2 days

Databases:
#Navathe: good for SQL( & for general query languages) & normalization part ( it includes some terrific techniques & tests to solve normalization problems)

5 hr * 2 days
#Korth: ER model & Transaction management

6 hr * 1 day

Computer Organization
#Zaki – pipelining & cache 10 hr * 1 day
Stallings – CPU design
Henssy patterson also

Digital logic  6 hr * 2days
Morris Mano – problems

350 hrs / 10 hrs = 35 days
I suggest give 40 days to get thorough knowledge
Have 2 phases

Books and materials


GATE or Non-Gate (PGSET) Exam Preparation tips

GATE Exam Preparation:

1.    What is Gate?

What is GATE ?
The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an all -India Examination conducted by the six Indian Institutes of Technology and Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, on behalf of the National Coordinating Board - GATE, Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), Government of India. From Fresher world point of view we have tried our best to give you a clear picture of GATE. 
Objective:

to identify meritorious and motivated candidates for admission to Post Graduate Programmes in Engineering, Technology, Architecture and Pharmacy at the National level. To serve as benchmark for normalization of the Undergraduate Engineering Education in the country.

Here is an opportunity for advanced engineering education in India. An M.E or M.Tech degree is a desirable qualification for our young engineers seeking a rewarding professional career. Engineering students, while in the final year of their degree course, spend considerable time in seeking an opening for studies in foreign universities.
2.     Structure of GATE?
The GATE is held every year on the second Sunday of February, across the country in over 100 cities. At present nearly 60,000 students write GATE every year. Candidates can choose a single paper of 3 hours duration to appear in GATE from the discipline papers shown in the following Table.
Agricultural Engineering 
AG 
Mathematics
 MA
Architecture 
AR 
Mechanical Engineering 
ME
Civil Engineering
 CE
 Mining Engineering
 MN
Chemical Engineering
 CH 
Metallurgical Engineering 
MT
Computer Science & Engg.
 CS 
Physics
 PH
Chemistry 
CY 
Production & Industrial Engg.
 PI
Electronics & Comm. Engg.
 EC
 Pharmaceutical Sciences
 PY
Electrical Engineering 
EE 
Textile Engg.& Fibre Science 
TF
Geology & Geophysics
 GG
 Engineering Sciences
 XE
Instrumentation Engineering
 IN 
Life Sciences 

Three Sections, one compulsory as indicated below: 
ENGINEERING SCIENCES(XE)
CODE
 LIFE SCIENCES(XL)
CODE
Engg. Maths (Compulsory)
 A
Chemistry (Compulsory)
 I
Computational Science
 B
 Biochemistry
J
Electrical Sciences
C
 Biotechnology
K
Fluid Mechanics
 D
 Botany
 L
Materials Science
 E
 Microbiology
M
Solid Mechanics
 F
 Zoology
N
Statistics
G


Thermodynamics
 H


GATE Results
The GATE result is declared every year on 31 st March and the score of the qualified candidates shows their All India Rank and Percentile Score in the discipline paper chosen by the candidates. 
GATE Score Card
a.    Score card will be sent only to the qualified candidates. No information will be sent to candidates who are not qualified.
b.    The GATE score card is a valuable document. Care should be taken to preserve it. Additional Score Cards, (upto a maximum of two) will be issued on payment basis only once.
c.    The Score Card cannot be treated as a proof of category.
d.    The score card of the Qualified Candidates will include GATE Score, Percentile Score and Rank.

i.  GATE Score

The GATE SCORE of a candidate is a statistical performance index in the range 0 to 1000. It reflects the ability of a candidate, irrespective of the paper or year in which he/she has qualified. Candidates with same GATE SCORE from different disciplines and/or years can be considered to be of equal ability.
  where,

m = marks obtained by the candidate.

a = average of marks of all candidates who appeared in the paper mentioned on this scorecard, in the current year.

s = standard deviation of marks of all candidates who appeared in the paper mentioned on this scorecard, in the current year.

K1 and K2 are determined respectively from the mean and standard deviation of marks of all candidates across all papers and years since GATE 2002.

A typical qualitative interpretation of the GATE SCORE, for example, can be as follows:

   
      i.         
    •  
GATE Score Range
Ability Level
800 to 1000
  Outstanding
675 to 800
  Excellent
550 to 675
  Very good
425 to 550
  Good
300 to 425
  Above average
100 to 300
  Average
Below 100
  Below average
    •  
     ii.        Percentile Score
The percentile score is not the same as percentage of marks. The percentile score of a candidate shows what percentage of candidates, who appeared in the same paper in GATE 2005, scored less marks than him/her. It is calculated as follows: Let N be the total number of candidates appearing in that paper and nc be the number of candidates who have the same all India rank c in the same paper (there can be bunching at a given all India rank). Then all the candidates, whose all India rank is r, will have the same percentile score P, where

The percentile score in each paper is calculated as follows: Let N be the total number of candidates appearing in that paper, and nc be the number of candidates who have the same all India rank c in the same paper (there can be bunching at a given all India rank), then all the candidates, whose all India rank is r, will have the same percentile score P, where 
P = {(no. of candidates securing marks less than the candidate concerned)/N}x100
·         The evaluation of the ORS is carried out by a computerized process using scanning machines, with utmost care. Requests for revaluation of the answer script and re-totaling of marks will not be entertained.
·         The GATE result and particulars of the qualified candidates will be made available to interested organizations (educational institutions, R and D laboratories, industries etc.) in India and abroad based on written request by the organization and on payment. Details can be obtained from GATE Chairmen of IITs / IISc.
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4.    GATE Results :

The GATE result is declared every year on 31 st March and the score of the qualified candidates shows their All India Rank and Percentile Score in the discipline paper chosen by the candidates. 

5.    GATE Eligibility :
Are you the right one to apply for ?
The following categories of candidates are eligible to appear in GATE:
a.    Bachelor's degree holders in Engineering/Technology/Architecture/Pharmacy and those who are in the final or pre-final year of such programmes.
b.    Master's degree holders in any branch of Science/Mathematics/Statistics/Computer Applications or equivalent and those who are in the final or pre-final year of such programmes.
c.    Candidates in the second or higher year of the Four-year Integrated Master's degree programme (Post-B.Sc.) in Engineering/Technology or in the third or higher year of Five-year Integrated Master's degree programme and Dual Degree programme in Engineering/ Technology.
d.    Candidates with qualifications obtained through examination conducted by professional societies recognised by UPSC/AICTE as equivalent to B.E./B.Tech. Those who have completed Section A or equivalent of such professional courses are also eligible.
For More Details Visit http://www.iitk.ac.in/gate
6.    GATE Pattern :
The pattern of GATE examination has been CHANGED from 2005.
·         Main Papers
The question paper will be fully objective type for a total of 150 marks divided into three groups:
                      i.        Group I: Question Numbers 1 to 30 (30 questions) will carry one mark each.
                     ii.        Group II: Question numbers 31 to 80 (50 questions) will carry two marks each.
                    iii.        Group III: Question Numbers 81a to 85b (10 questions) will carry two marks each. Each number in this series (81,82,83,84,85) will have two sub-questions (a & b). The answer to part 'b' will be linked to the correct answer to part 'a', as described below in Section (e)(vi).
a.    Each question will have four choices for the answer. Only one choice is correct.
b.    Wrong answers carry 25% negative marks in Q1 to Q80 and Q81a, 82a, 83a, 84a and 85a. Marks for correct answers to Q81b, 82b, 83b, 84b and 85b will be given only if the answer to the corresponding part 'a' is correct. However, Q81b, 82b, 83b, 84b and 85b will not carry any negative marks.
c.    Papers bearing the code AG, CE, CH, CS, EC, EE, IN, IT, ME, MN, MT, PI, TF will contain questions on Engineering Mathematics to the extent of 20 to 25 marks.
d.    The multiple choice objective test questions can be of the following type:

  1.  
                      i.        Each choice containing a single stand-alone statement/phrase/data.
Example:
Q. The time independent Schrodinger equation of a system represents the conservation of the
A.    total binding energy of the system
B.    total potential energy of the system
C.    total kinetic energy of the system
D.   total energy of the system
                     ii.        Each choice containing a combination of option codes.
The question may be accompanied by four options P, Q, R, S and the choices may be a combination of these options. The candidate has to choose the right combination as the correct answer.

Example:
Q. The infra-red stretching frequency νco of
(P) Mn(CO)6+    (Q) CO     (R) H3B
CO     (S) [V(CO)6]-     follows the order
 
A.    P>R>S>Q
B.    S>P>R>Q
C.    Q>S>P>R
D.   R>Q>P>S

                    iii.        Assertion[a]/Reason[r] type with the choices stating if [a]/[r] are True/False and/or stating if [r] is correct/incorrect reasoning of [a]
Example:
Q. Determine the correctness or otherwise of the following Assertion [a] and the Reason [r]

Assertion:  For a fully developed laminar flow in a circular pipe the average velocity is one half of the maximum velocity.

 Reason: The velocity for a fully developed laminar flow in a circular pipe varies linearly in the   radial direction.
 
A.    Both [a] and [r] are true and [r] is the correct reason for [a]
B.    Both [a] and [r] are true but [r] is not the correct reason for [a]
C.    Both [a] and [r] are false
D.   [a] is true but [r] is false

                   iv.        Match items: Match all items in Column 1 with correct options from those given in Column 2 and choose the correct set of combinations from the choices A, B, C and D.
Example:
Q. Match the following and choose the correct combination
Capital
State
  P. Chennai
  1. Andhra Pradesh
  Q. Bangalore
  2. West Bengal
  R. Mumbai
  3. Rajasthan
  S. Kolkata
  4. Karnataka
 
  5. Tamil Nadu
 
  6. Maharashtra

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
 P - 1
 P - 5
 P - 5
 P - 4
 Q - 6
 Q - 4
 Q - 4
 Q - 5
 R - 4
 R - 3
 R - 6
 R - 6
 S - 5
 S - 2
 S - 2
 S - 2

                    v.        Common data based questions: Multiple questions may be linked to a common problem data, passage and the like. Two or three questions can be formed from the given common problem data. Each question is independent and its solution obtainable from the above problem data/passage directly. (Answer of the previous question is not required to solve the next question). Each question under this group will carry two marks.
Example:
Common data for Q. 78,79,80: The gas phase reaction, 2P + 4Q
2R which is first order in P and first order in Q is to be carried out isothermally in a plug flow reactor. The entering volumetric flow rate is 2.5 dm3/min and the feed is equimolar in P and Q. The entering temperature and pressure are 727oC and 10 atm respectively. The specific reaction rate at this temperature is 4 dm3/gmol min and the activation energy is 15,000 cal/gmol.

 Q.78. What is the volumetric flow rate in dm3/min when the conversion of P is 25%?

       (A) 1.88     (B) 5.40     (C) 7.10     (D) 10.80

 Q.79. What is the rate of reaction in gmol/(dm3 min) when the conversion of P is 40%

       (A) 1.82 x 103     (B) 4.95 x 10-3     (C) 6.2 x 10-3     (D) 9.73 x 103

 Q.80. What is the value of the specific reaction rate constant in dm3/gmol min at 1227oC?

       (A) 17.68 (B)     22.32     (C) 49.60     (D) 59.75
                   vi.        Linked answers question: The question will consist of a problem statement followed by two sub-questions (a) and (b) based on the problem statement. The solution to part (b) depends upon the answer to part (a). Each part (a) as well as (b) in such linked answer questions will carry two marks.
Example:
Statement for linked answer Q. 81a & 81b: A reversible Carnot engine operates between the actual heat input temperature of 1000 K and actual heat rejection temperature of 250 K. The ambient temperature is 200 K.

 Q.81a The efficiency of this engine will be

       A) 5%     (B) 20%     (C) 25%     (D) 75%

 Q.81b The above engine is to provide the power output of 100 kW. The heat input required will be

       (A) 133.33 kW     (B) 400 kW     (C) 500 kW     (D) 2000 kW

 In the above simplistic example, the calculation of heat input in Q.81b requires the value of  efficiency calculated in Q.81a as the first step.
·         Structure of the XE/XL Paper Sections
a.    XE and XL papers contain a number of sections. Each Section is of 50 marks. Each Section will be fully objective type and the questions are divided into three groups.
                                      i.        Group I: Question Numbers 1 to 10 (10 questions) will carry one mark each.
                                     ii.        Group II: Question numbers 11 to 26 (16 questions) will carry two marks each.
                                    iii.        Group III: Question Numbers 27a to 28b (4 questions) will carry two marks each. Each number in this series (27, 28) will have two subquestions (a & b). The solution to part 'b' will be linked to the correct answer to part 'a', as described above in (e) (vi).
b.    All questions have four choices with only one being correct.
c.    Wrong answers carry 25% negative marks in Q1 to Q26 and Q27a, 28a. Marks for correct answers to Q27b, 28b, will be given only if the answer to the corresponding part 'a' is correct. However, Q27b, 28b will not carry any negative marks.
d.    The types of multiple choice questions are the same as in the Main papers as described above in (e).

7.    GATE Tips N Tricks
1. Material Collection
  • Syllabus
  • All the relevant books based on the subject(Divide the books in two groups - (1) Fundamental and basic concepts (2) Problem oriented
  • Some books helpful for pre-requisite knowledge on the subject
  • Some good guide books for GATE
  • Previous questions papers
2. Keep contact with some expert and GATE experienced persons
3. Study - Syllabus and Previous questions papers
4. Start from the first chapter
  • read at least 5 books, it will widen your knowledge(if necessary consult with the books for pre-requisite knowledge or with some expert)
  • Note down the probable concepts (definitions, unit, dimension etc.)
  • Note down necessary theories, formulae etc
  • Solve problems as maximum as possible(from text books, Guide books etc)
  • Think about various tricks in solving problems(if necessary, note it)
  • Go for series of self tests based on this chapter(take other's help to conduct tests)
  • Continue the self tests until getting a very good score
5. Solve more and more problems, discover more and more new tricks…
6. Follow the same procedure for the rest chapters
7. Finally, go for self tests based on whole syllabus (take other's help to conduct these tests)

8. On the exam day…you will be at the Pick, who can stop you? 

Creating Online Quizzes with Google Docs

Creating Online Quizzes with Google Docs –  Grading Quizzes

For teachers, grading quiz results for papers manually is definitely a hard job. Google Docs provides a good way for teachers to create online quizzes for teaching and learning, you can view the last posts about creating quizzes and sharing quizzes with Google Docs. But teachers, do you know how to grade the quizzes automatically? If you don’t know, this tutorial will give you the details.
Google Docs supports 7 question types: Text, Paragraph text, Multiple choice, Checkboxes, Choose from a list, Scale and Grid. Only multiple choice questions created by Google Docs can be graded automatically. This tutorial will show you the steps to grade the multiple-choice quiz with Google Docs.
Step 1 – Enter answer key
To simplify the grading work, take the quiz yourself before any students take the quiz. Enter the right answers for the quiz and then click Submit.
Step 2 – Invite learners to take the quiz
To simplify the grading work, take the quiz yourself before any students take the quiz. Enter the right answers for the quiz and then click Submit.
Step 3 – Using Formula to grade the quiz
1. Now go back to your Google Docs. You will see your quiz as one of your saved documents. Click on it and you’ll find all responses in a spreadsheet.
Column A shows the date and time of each response, you can view when the quiz-takers take the quiz. Column B shows the student ID which identifies the unique student and all of your questions in subsequent column C, D, E.
quiz respones overview Making Online Quizzes with Google Docs   Part 3   Grading Quizzes
2. Grade each question with IF formula
  • The IF formula is similar with Excel, the syntax for the IF function is:=IF ( test, then_value, otherwise_value )test – a value or expression that is tested to see if it is true or false.
    then_value – the value that is displayed if then_value is true.
  • otherwise_value – the value that is displayed if then_value is false.
  • Input question 1, 2 and 3 by sequence to column F, G and H to store the score for question 1, 2 and 3.
  • In cell F3, enter “=if($C3=$C$2,100,0)”, and then select and drag the cell to the end of the question column7. You will see the score of question 1 for each student is graded automatically.forumal Making Online Quizzes with Google Docs   Part 3   Grading Quizzes
  • Then, enter “=if($D3=$D$2,100,0)” and “=if($E3=$E$2,100,0)” to G3 and H3, and do the same steps as F3. After these, you will view the score of each question for each student.drag cell score Making Online Quizzes with Google Docs   Part 3   Grading Quizzes
3. Summary the score for each student
Input Total Score to column I to store the total score for each student.
In cell I3, enter “=sum(F3,G3,H3)” to calculate the total score for each student, and then select and drag I3 to I7. Each student’s score for taking the quiz is shown on column I. You saved all that time for grading the quiz with the Formula!
Step 4 – Export the quiz score
Google Docs lets you download the quiz score spreadsheet as CSV, HTML, Text, Excel, OpenOffice and PDF format. By clicking File -> Download as, you will get the score report with ease.
export quiz score Making Online Quizzes with Google Docs   Part 3   Grading Quizzes
You also can view the summary with graphs charting. Particularly for knowing how much knowledge students master, the summary response is great – especially since you can always click “see complete responses” and have them available to you immediately.
Google Docs is really a useful tool for teaching and learning at the aspect of creating quizzes for assessment. Besides Google Docs, You can create Flash quizzes with QuizCreator and track the quiz results with its QuizCreator Online.

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