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GATE 2019 Result Toppers and their success stories

Sat, 16/03/2019 - 17:03:51 IST

New Delhi, March 17: GATE 2019 result has been declared by Indian Institute of Technology, Madras on March 15. Shashank Mangal, a student of IIT ISM Dhanbad topped the GATE 2019 with a score of 989 out of 1000, securing himself an all India rank 1. Shashank has a unique flair of understanding which makes him distinctive than others. Unlike others, he likes to solve difficult questions much as it makes the concept clear.

Another student Shivam Saxena, a student of Moradabad Institute of Technology secured AIR 96 in Mechanical Engineering paper. This was his third attempt in GATE in order to improve his score from GATE 2018 and 2017. Shivam wants to join PSU and has even applied to some of them. Priyansh from Indore is AIR 25 in CS branch. He wants to study machine learning in IIT Mumbai and contribute to the development of the country. Uditya Raj, who secured AIR 19 in Civil Engineering branch also want to join PSU and serve the nation. He has a keen interest in core engineering branch and wants to work in civil engineering projects and contribute to national growth.

If we look at their commonness, flair and distinctiveness, what makes them peculiar is their desire to serve the nation. Shashank wants to serve the nation by clearing IES whereas Shivam aims at joining PSU to assist in national growth. Priyansh wants to study in IIT Mumbai towards serving the nation. Students who qualified GATE 2019 are showing delights in joining the queue towards nation building and growth.

Aspiring students can learn more such interesting stories about GATE 2019 toppers and see how young engineers are working towards the development of the nation.

GATE is the gateway to an ocean of opportunities. Students who qualify GATE becomes eligible to get admission in a prestigious institute like IITs, NITs, IIITs and GFTIs. Apart from study, many PSU recruit GATE toppers for lucrative packages. GATE qualified students who opt to study are also provided monthly stipend by Govt of India. 

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