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PGCET 2016 Rank Details

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH - RANK
AP166 JHANAVI JYOTHISH 73 1
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? Initially I wanted to do my M.Tech immediately after B.E. but later decided to work to gain experience. I worked for 2.5 years in Misys Software solutions and then quit to pursue my P.G.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET?   I joined Punarvasu Tutorials in the Month of March but could not start my Preparation due to office. I did my actual Preparation in the last 1 and half Month before the Exam.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Initially I used to dedicate only about 4 hours in the whole week. In the end I spent around 8 hours per day.
  • What was your mode of preparation? - Class notes.
    - Coaching centre Material
    - Standard books for clearing doubts (and internet)
    - Tests to analyse oneself
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? My 1 year old daughter always used to challenge my preparation. I am lucky enough to get good Family support to manage everything and hence could secure good rank.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Good study environment. I had to experiment with it in the initial days until I found the best one
    Attend class and pen down notes Revise and study the topics in depth Ask doubts Solve Related questions in the Material Solve similar problems multiple times to gain Speed.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Health: That’s your wealth in the last few days. Without which all is in vain. Revision: Last Week should completely be dedicated to Revision. No matter what is covered so far or not. Otherwise we will be losing out what we know well. Formula Book: Go through the formula book daily in the last one week.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes,can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes I joined PUNARVASU TUTORIALS conducted by Srikanta Sir. Classes helped me know
    "What to study and what not" hence I gained quality information. The testes conducted instilled more confidence.
  • Which materials did you followed? Material given in the coaching centre covers all types of quiz questions. Class notes to overview the topics.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? Problem Solving ability and Approach both have changed for me after joining the classes. It gave me an overview as to how to actually write a competitive exam.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Attend all classes regularly and listen keenly, never miss. Identify the concepts which you remember well and leave them out during your further revisions. This reduces revision time and you can concentrate on topics which you find difficult. Work hard without expecting a reward and it will come to you as surprise

Feedback about faculty:

Srikanta Sir has been the best mentor for me till now.

  • Gives individual attention and instills confidence in all.
  • Concepts are explained very well.
  • The Material prepared is very useful for all related competitive exams.
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH - RANK
AP463 KAMALALOCHANA S 71 4
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I had attempting to get into MTech for 2 years but decided of pursuing MTech in February 2016
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET?   I had not started any preparation until I joined Punarvasu
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Since I am working in IT industry, Sir suggested me to spend 1 Hr daily. I used to study 1-2 Hrs daily (week days) and 4-6 Hrs on Week ends (excluding coaching hours) starting March
  • What was your mode of preparation? Referred exclusively ONLY the material provided and did not refer any text books. For problems sometimes I referred to http://gateoverflow.in and http://www.geeksforgeeks.org for any clarity and not trying to go for in-depth analysis.
  •  Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? I had full cooperation from family including my daughter. But I had to work till late night 2 AM, as the exam schedule was overlapping with my work schedule. I strictly followed 2 Hrs study every irrespective of number of hours I had to work at office. I preferred to finish my study before I started my office work. Used my travel time for study.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I spent time reading the material provided by Sir. Ensured that I had covered the subjects/topics that were taught in the previous class. I always used to start reading from 1st question even though I had covered few questions earlier.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? A clear guidance was given from Sir that minimum of 2 Hrs study with break of 15 minutes. I was able to sit through for 4 Hrs with break of 30 minutes. I used to start my day at 5:30 AM . Spent ~16-18 hours per day. With this I was able to easily revise 2 times. Sir shared his strategy of revising 2nd and 3rd time which reduced apprehension of forgetting the already read questions and that helped tremendously. I ensured that I slept for 1 Hr before getting ready to exam on the day of exam. I don’t think that I have any additional suggestion. Follow the suggestion of Sir since suggestions need to be customized to each individual. He already has success formula. My suggestion would be like re-inventing a wheel. All his suggestions are from experiences.
  • Did you join any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Punarvasu is the only institute that I took coaching from. In simple words - Not knowing how to prepare and where to start from and If I would have attempted without coaching, I would have scored may be 20-25 marks. In the coaching center, we are taught what to look for, what to be avoided, how to prepare in limited time with limited effort. We are not just taught how to score but also how to avoid losing marks.
  • Which materials did you followed? ONLY materials that were provided by Sir. Nothing else is required. It is quiet comprehensive. Every sentence stated during coaching class could turn out to be a question in exam, which was the case in my exam.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? Being the 1st batch of VTU passed out in 2002 and gap of 14 years, absolutely no problem solving skill of the subjects like Network, Operating System. Computer Architecture etc. What I learned in college could not be used to solve any problems. After I joined the coaching, I was exposed to very simple and easy way for understanding and solving problems. A special technique of solving problems in exam hall was taught which I think is the key to success.
  • Any other message/suggestionto the upcoming students? TRUST his words. Follow his guidelines. Be disciplined and committed. No excuses. No usage of mobile phones while studying. No social networking during last 2 weeks of preparation. The guidance you get is customized to each individual as he assesses each student and identifies strength and weakness based on which he gives recommendations. NEVER IGNORE HIS WORDS.

Feedback about faculty :

Extremely committed to your success. Highly passionate. Trust worthy and reliable. Open and Transparent with Ethics. Ego-less. Single person able to coach 10/12 subjects indicates the breadth and depth of knowledge. Lifts the confidence and boosts morale. Simple and easy way to make students understand concepts. One of The best faculty that I have ever come across. On this special day of “Guru Poornima”, I would like to convey my deep regards to our beloved Sir. “Thank You Sir for making me live the dreams of my parents and wife”.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH - RANK
YB163 LAVANYA S 63 20
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? It was my parents dream to become double degree holder.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I started studying only after I joined punarvasu tutorials at the end of May 2016
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? On an average I used to study 6 to 8 hours a day, According to me efficient utilization of time is very important.
  • What was your mode of preparation? I used to attend the tuition classes regularly and finish studying the material provided by sir. It was really good
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? I had good support from my parents.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Speed is most important, that's where time-bound tests play their role.  I used to write down important points briefly in my notebook come home and revise them.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Last days before the exam revision is must, glance all important formulas.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Coaching classes helps you to analyze yourself and gives you the idea about your status in the competition plus their course material helps in staying focused to the subject and helps in ruling out the unnecessary topics (reduces extra burden).
  • Which materials did you followed? Materials given by our coaching institute.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? I used to solve problems and taking my own time. But sir always thought us how fast and accurate we can solve problems and also how to manage time.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Be regular to class and follow sir’s instruction, prepares well as sir says and put your sincere efforts. Definitely it will give you fantastic life.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH - RANK
AP485 VIKRAM VENKAPPA RADDI 62 26
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? After completion of my two year work experience in Software Industry Because Of following Reasons:

    Realized in Software Industry we can’t work more than 8 years or we may get frustrated early because of Work Pressure.

    Thought in these Current Competitive World, Having Multiple Options for work Life, is very good and safe

    Because of Age Factor (Age lost will not come again). Working for several years and coming back for higher studies is not good one. Because you may loose interest in studies, you may require lot of dedication and hard work and chances are there you may forgot all the engineering concepts and last but least is during that time you may face health, financial and social respect Problem and age will not support you.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET?   In Feb 2016 I had joined punarvasu tutorial. That was my 1st step for doing M.Tech coaching.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? I used to study 4 to 5hrs every day.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Self study, notes, workbooks given at coaching center, old question papers, tests at coaching center, guidance from teachers.
  •  Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? Everyone including my parents and my teachers encouraged me.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? All class notes were very important. They cover the whole subject along with formulas and methods to solve. Small concepts are important. Do not neglect anything. One should take the classes seriously and attend classes, it helps in the end. I used to write down important points briefly in my notebook and sir did ask to maintain formula book. Do take it seriously, it helped me lot. Good for last min revisions.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Seriously this the most important days of your preparations. Never get disturbed or diverted from anything’s going around you. This is my personal experience and advice. You do your best, you get the output best!! Hard work has a future payoff.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes,can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes, I had joined punarvasu tutorial coaching centre. This quote inspired me even before I joined (came across in his website): "Sacrifice everything for one thing, later that one thing will give you everything" To persuade higher studies you need coaching class where it helps you to analyze yourself and gives you the idea about your status in the competition plus their course material helps in staying focused to the subject. It difficult to complete 75 Q for 100 marks in 2 hrs. We need to learn about time limits and how to crack problem very easily.
  • Which materials did you followed? Only the material given by srikanta sir and the class notes.a workbook consisting of old solved papers.i personally think you don’t need any extra references book to solve or learn. Those materials were more than enough, which covered everything.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? It has definitely improved after joining the class. In networks we have solved many Questions. Each with different logic, methods and concepts. Sometimes it looks easy while reading Questions but once we solve we get to know the level of problem
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Everybody out there who has planned to do M.Tech should take it seriously and join the punarvasu tutorial coaching centre. Am not telling just because I had joined. If you want your dream to come true yes joining the coaching centre is 1st step to success.

Feedback about faculty :

Sir you have been great teacher. Excellent teaching with friendly approach. All your motivational words and methods to solve the problem did come handy in the exam. I still remember you saying there is no point coming to coaching class and not getting within 100th rank in CS!! Even though I am in margin (26th rank CS) I did try my level best. THANK YOU SIR FOR ALL YOUR SUPER SUPPORT AND CONCERNS.

PGCET 2015 Rank Details

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AA256 PAVITHRA R 85 01
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I always wanted to pursue my higher studies but was not sure on when. After working in Infosys for 5 years, I decided on putting that dream into reality and started working towards it.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I started studying only after I joined Punarvasu tutorials at the end of April.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? On the initial days I used to study for less than 3hrs, but two months before the exam I studied for a minimum of 5 hrs.
  • What was your mode of preparation? I used to attend the tuition classes during the weekends and finish studying the material provided by sir pertaining to the subject thought by sir during the weekdays and take my doubts to him on the next weekend. This helped to be in sync with the classes thought and also provided me with enough number of revisions.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? Being a Mother of a year old kid, I used to hardly find time for studies. But my parents and husband always supported me in any way I needed. It is because of their support I have been able to get a good rank.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I used to note down the points explained in the class come home and revise them if concepts were not clear would refer to the standard text books.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Last days before the exam are very crucial days and one should take care of health properly in order to utilize the last days efficiently. We should stretch our study timings to more than 8hrs and revise our concepts thoroughly during these days.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Since I had a gap of five years after my engineering and preparing for pg, I needed a coaching institute. Coaching classes have always helped me to understand on what needs to be focused for preparing for the exams. They have provided me with enough number of materials and tests and helped me analyze where I stand and what I need to study further.
  • Which materials did you followed? I never referred to any other materials other than that provided by Sir and religiously followed them.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? I used to solve problems but taking my own time but Sir always thought us how fast and accurate we can solve problems.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Success lies only to those who work hard and there is no other mantra to it. So work hard and never ever lose your focus.

Feedback about faculty :

I have never seen any lecturer in my life who is so very concerned about his students. And it is because of him and the confidence he boosted in me that has helped me to get 1st rank. The way he simplifies things and explains it is very nice.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AK056 DHRUTI H G 83 02
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I had decided to do my PG even before joining engineering because both my parents are PG degree holders.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? After my final semester B.E. exams.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? 3 to 4 hours
  • What was your mode of preparation? Self study, notes, workbooks given at coaching center, old question papers, tests at coaching center, guidance from teachers.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? Everyone including my parents and my teachers encouraged me.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I usually studied at night. I revised each subject twice before moving to a new subject. As the question paper was multiple choice I used to solve them keeping a specified time limit. I also made the best use of the notes jotted down in the coaching class and solved the corresponding questions on that day itself.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? I revised in the last week and mostly solved old papers without using calculator and adhering to the time limits.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? I joined punarvasu tutorials almost when a month was left for the exam. It helped me analyze myself and instill confidence in me. Our teacher guided us very well in both academics and completing the specified formalities of the whole examination process and counseling process. He also inspired us to aim higher and perform better. The test series helped analyze our abilities and also helped us improve. It has helped me to rediscover my potential.
  • Which materials did you followed? Workbooks given at the coaching center, notes jotted down in the coaching classes, a workbook consisting of old solved papers.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? I could find a major difference in my approach towards solving problems. I understood the importance of looking at all aspects and hidden hints in the question.
  • Any other message/suggestionto the upcoming students? Don’t give away your old textbooks and try solving old papers without using calculators.

Feedback about faculty :

Our teacher guided us very well in both academics and in completing the specified formalities of the whole examination process and counseling process. He also inspired us to aim higher and perform better. The test series helped analyze our abilities and also helped us improve. Our teacher taught us the concepts clearly and I’m sure that it will help us in our higher studies too. Thanks to Srikantarao sir for standing by us and being the guiding force. Punarvasu tutorials rockzz.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AA152 VINUTHA N M 82 03
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? It was my childhood dream to become professor and I wanted to make my academics stronger so I followed that.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? In the month of March 2015 and I dedicated my entire time for pgcet preparation.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? On an average I used to study 6 to 8 hours a day, According to me efficient utilization of time is very much important. Quality is worth rather than quantity.
  • What was your mode of preparation? First I got thorough with basics, because fundamental knowledge is very important, I have referred standard books then I started to solve questions especially MCQS and I have solved question banks then revision plays a vital role because how well you remember the things and understood the concept is pretty much important.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? My source of inspiration is my family and I have wonderful support from my God father and guide Dr Swamy, they have motivated me a lot.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Consistency is the key thing. I never quit reading on any day for any reasons. Because I have strong commitment towards my goal. I have followed my mentor suggestions. Understanding the concepts and time management is most important. I used to write down important points and formulas in notebook, it helped me a lot in the time of revision. And mock tests conducted in our coaching class helps to measure our performance level and analyze our strengths and weaknesses and to maintain speed.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? At the end say last week it's better to solve previous year papers and revision is must, glance all important formulas and I won't suggest to read any new topics in last days.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes I have joined 'Punarvasu tutorials' conducted by Srikanta Rao. Coaching classes helps us to analyze ourself and gives the idea about our status in the competition. The saying said by our sir inspired me a lot "Sacrifice everything for one thing, later that one thing will give you everything". Sir used to give individual focus towards students and he worked hard to train us in the path of success. So I am so grateful to our coach.
  • Which materials did you followed? Materials given by our coaching institute and MCQS in Computer science by timothy williams Gate question bank. materials given by our sir used to cover vast syllabus of pgcet and important concepts.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? Giving competitive exams like pgcet and gate is far different than giving semester exams. So in competitive exams problem solving ability acts as a key role. After joining to coaching classes my knowledge upgraded to greater extent. In class sir used to provide problem solving skills and short cuts and how to manage time. So now am confident about problem solving methodology.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? First of all Knowledge is power, so understand the basics well then move into solving questions as much as you can. And please be consistent in your work. Have dedication and perseverance. Follow your mentor suggestions. From your part, do your best, put your sincere efforts. Definitely it will give you better life.

Feedback about faculty :

  • Srikanta Rao Sir has very good knowledge, the way he teaches is very much approachable.
  • Individual attention is given in the class.
  • Materials given by sir helps to face many competitive exams and interviews.
  • He used to answer students queries without fail. Thank you so much Sir.
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AA102 DIVYA S H 81 04
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? Initially I did not have any idea of doing Mtech and I was placed in a company. But I felt higher degree is essential and decided to start preparing for PGCET at the month of January. But since I did not have any materials I started revising my textbooks but felt very difficult covering all. Later decided to join for coaching class.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? Classes started at the month of Feb.I started preparing from Feb itself. But if you are already good at some basics, two -three months full time preparation is sufficient to crack PGCET. But better to start preparing from Feb which avoids unnecessary pressure.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Since I was in 4th year of BE, Initially I was not able to dedicate full time for preparation. But after BE exams I started it very seriously. And to cover all the materials and to be thorough, it took me one and half month completely, with approx. 10 – 12 hours a day.
  • What was your mode of preparation? My mode of preparation was , I studied notes which was roughly written during class hours which is very helpful and materials provided which is the most important. And tests helped me to evaluate myself. And time management is not a problem only when your skill is good and you have studied thoroughly.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? My college never interfered with PGCET preparation. But family support was always there and it is essential too. But the fact is all support from our sir and we were boosted to do it and hence it happened. So, I am thankful to SrikantaRao sir who made it possible. And I secured 4th rank only because of his support. My level of solving before getting trained was too low. But the difference was known at the month before exams and I was surely improved a lot.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? First of all, the clear mind set is very much essential in preparation time. Your goal should be fixed. Attending classes regularly gives you confidence that you are on track to achieving your goal. Revising notes and materials regularly keeps you updated and you stand first in your class. And tests should be taken seriously so that the pressure during exams will not appear at all. The formulae and some important concepts which you usually forget should be written down without fail. It is helpful for the day before exams.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Study only the questions which you feel that it is difficult and questions which you are already thorough need not be studied again. At this time revise formulae and difficult concepts. That’s sufficient.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes,can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Definitely coaching is essential because I know how difficult it was before joining classes. To answer the competitive exam questions, there is a way to prepare without which it is very difficult to crack. Also problem solving ability will be improved. The concepts which are important for PGCET will be focused with more importance and hence it avoids unnecessary burden. And I joined Punarvasu tutorials near Vidyapeeta circle and the thing which I thought it will be impossible was possible.
  • Which materials did you followed? No extra materials. Only the materials given by the Panarvasu tutorials (Srikanta Rao sir).Which covers almost everything and is of great importance for cracking competitive exams.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? As I said before there is a lot of difference before and after joining the coaching. The Computer Networks, Operating System , TOC etc.., is all about your problem solving ability which I knew only very few before joining coaching. But after that it was greatly improved . Especially Network problems who always feel difficult was also felt easy to solve once after training.
  • Any other message/suggestionto the upcoming students? If you have decided to do your masters, then definitely don’t loose your concentration and self study without any coaching and materials is very difficult with my own experience. So, get proper support , where your confidence surely increases, and you will be in a path of achieving your dreams.

Feedback about faculty :

Our faculty was SrikantaRao sir,, who was of a great support right from beginning to end of classes and I surely know it continues.. Teaching as well as individual motivation will also be necessary and we all got it from him. Hardwork is essential both from the faculty and student which worked out here for success. Also the excellent skill of explaining concepts helped to crack it easily. Also I am glad to tell that first four ranks this year(2015) in CS steam is from punarvasu tutorials.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AK127 RADHIKA AMASHI 76 08
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I decided to pursue mtech in the month of Jan 2015. So i decidedto join some coaching centre. Then found information about Punarvasu Tutorials on internet. I feel that the decision to join Punarvasu Tutorials was the first success that I achieved.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I joined the classes from day one. I.e 15th Feb 2015. But due to busy work schedule i used to never get time for my studies. But I started preparing from the month of June and took off from my work.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? I used to study 8 to 10hours per day
  • What was your mode of preparation? The only material that I studied was class notes and material given by srikanth sir.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? Never. I am married. My family, specifically my in laws and my husband have always motivated me to study.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? You should always be open to learn new things. Should be very clear in technical concepts.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? According to me last week should be spent only for revision. The preparation that we do in the last week matters the most to get good score.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? YES. I had enquired about coaching in some other centers but the Punarvasu Tutorials was more economical compared to other centers and I got the best training.
  • Which materials did you followed? The only material that I studied was the one which I got from srikanth sir. Well prepared material.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? My problem solving ability has been improved a lot. I feel very confident about myself in all the technical topics. Topics covered in class not only helps for Pgcet but also improves our technical skills.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Not all will get the opportunity to do higher studies. When it comes you, please take it seriously and follow the guidelines given by srikanta sir. It will definitely help you in future.

Feedback about faculty :

srikanta sir is one of the best mentor and teacher. His ability to teach in lay man language has made his students successful. Very simple and down-to-earth person. I would like to say many thanks to sir for making us successfully.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AA091 RASHMI G SABOJI 76 09
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I decided to do M.Tech, when I was studying B.E last sem, but due to some problems I couldn’t. And After 8 years of gap from study, In Jan 2015, I made up my mind to perceive my PG as I quit my job and decided to study M.Tech, so that I can work in college as lecturer.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I started preparing forPGCET in April 2015.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? In April and May, I would study for at least 3 to 5 hrs , And in June and July I studied at least for 8 to 10 hrs daily.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Srinkanta sir notes, quiz and study materials were enough for preparation, And some text books for reference.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? As I have small kid, interference was obvious so I switched my study time from day to night. But except that I had full support from my family.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I read notes from classes, some books whenever possible, practiced the solutions. But before doing any of that I attended class regularly and concentrated on understanding basic concepts taught by srinkanth sir. As sir used to mention in class to note down all formulae in a book I followed the same and it really helped me at last moment during revision.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? With sir’s guidance, I studied all the notes, quiz and study materials provided by him. I had done revision of minimum of 3 to 4 times. And I dedicated minimum 10hrs during last days of preparation.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? I joined PUNARVASU COACHING CLASS conducted by Srinkanth sir as I had 8 years of gap from study to brush up Engg basics. And that was one of my best decision. Srinkanth sir’s in depth knowledge of all the subject helped me to overcome the lack of confidence as I forgot all basics of Engg. Subjects. And he makes sure that everyone in class understands the concepts.
  • Which materials did you followed? I followed class notes, previous years PGCET question papers, all study materials provided by sir and some books.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? My problem solving ability was absolutely nil, as I didn’t know the basics. After joining the Coaching Class, I understood the basics and started understanding the problems through which I developed ability to solve the problems.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Follow sir’s instructions. Attend the class regularly and take preparation seriously.

Feedback about faculty :

  • Coaching is very good and it helps to gain in depth knowledge of various subjects. Individual attention is given.
  • I got lot of confidence to solve problems.
  • Materials given by sir cover all topics and very useful for competitive exams.
  • Even gate problems are solved and increases problem solving ability.
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AH336 CHAITRA S 74 13
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? during my 8th sem
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? In February I started to cum for class but after my 8th sem exams i.e from June I started to study seriously
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Max 10 hrs
  • What was your mode of preparation? Self-study + Notes + test series from coaching institute which gave a pretty good idea of preparation
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? I had good support from my family members
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Just I went through sir notes nothing else
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? In last 1 week I just started to revise subject wise
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes I joined punarvasu tutorials. It helped me a lot to get such a good rank.
  • Which materials did you followed? I just followed institute materials.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? After joining problem solving ability increased a lot.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Just aim that should get the good rank and study

Feedback about faculty :

One of the best guide I have seen so far is you sir. I hope u will guide my in the same way as you guided for PGCET forever. I am very thankful to you sir!!

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AA071 KAVYA D 71 18
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I was planning since i finished my BE, but then thought of working, worked in IT company for 5 years(2010 pass out). Finally i quit my job to do M.Tech.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? In the month of May 2015 I quit job and dedicated full time for studies.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Initially in the month of April on an average 3 hours per day, and later increased to 6 hours.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Punarvasu Coaching Institute materials
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? I had complete support from my family.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I took up class seriously. I never missed any class even though I was coming from far place. I had maintained notes whatever sir was explaining in the class, which helped me a lot along with separate book for formulas and key points. Most important I followed Srikanta sir instructions.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Be dedicated for 6-8 hours per day for revision.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? A Punarvasu tutorial which is conducted by Srikanta sir helped me to get good rank. I am really very thankful to Srikanta Sir. I got in depth knowledge about the subjects which helped me to think logically and analytically to solve problems which is required to clear PGCET.
  • Which materials did you followed? Materials given by Srikanta Sir only.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? It improved a lot.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? All the best for upcoming students. Take class seriously and definitely u will crack the exam without any fear. Listen to Sir instructions carefully. You will rock!!!

Feedback about faculty :

  • First of all I am very thankful to Sir. I am glad to get tuitions like this. Very superb faculty.
  • He has in depth knowledge of all the subjects. This tuition helped me to reach my goal.
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AM121 MEGHANA J 71 19
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I decided to join M.tech in last sem of engineering. I decided based on 2 reasons: I always wanted double degree and it felt right to continue studying rather than taking a break after engineering then study after years.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I started preparing from June last week.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? I used to study for 10 to 12 hrs every day.
  • What was your mode of preparation? The notes I wrote in class with text book for reference and notes from coaching institute.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? college and final sem exams will be a huge task to manage with coaching class and projects in collage so I started studying for PGCET a bit late than others, I had put the time table and followed it completely
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Take 2 small books, in 1 write all formulas and in other write what you finished studying that particular day it helped me to keep tab of what else is left to study. I studied from text book and notes provided. When a subject was picked I studied everything based on syllabus, worked every problem even though I knew how to solve them so that I can solve similar type ones easily.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? When one week is left whole syllabus should be covered atleast twice then revision starts where only important topics can be studied.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? YES, I joined coaching institute. It helped me to analyze what to study and how to study. All subjects cannot be revised on our own it helps a lot in brushing up 4 years of engineering.
  • Which materials did you followed? Text books, notes made in class and notes given by sir.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? After joining coaching I was confident that the topics which I knew, I will answer no matter how it was asked.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? No need to worry, if I can do it then even you can do it. When you commit to doing something do it with all of your heart you will succeed.

Feedback about faculty :

He is very helping and helps you with every doubt you have and has a homely kind atmosphere.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AH185 USHA M 71 20
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? My percentage was not good in BE and there is a two years of gap. For that reason I am unable to crack the Interview. So I decided to do the M.Tech to get back in to the profession.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? After July 15th
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? 10 hours per day
  • What was your mode of preparation? Study material, Notes, and Test series from couching Institute which gives the perfection about the PGCET syllabus of each subjects and these materials helps us to gaining Extra and In-depth knowledge of whole subjects.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? No. Family supports in positive manner.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I concentrated on concepts and managing time. Note down the important points in class that helps a lot at the time of preparation.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? If we have proper recall capacity it will become easier.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? I went to other institutes but I am not much convinced. Once I attended Class in Punarvasu Tutorials I was Very much satisfied and I felt I have taken a Good decision by joining this Tutorial.
  • Which materials did you followed? Study Material given by tutorial and own prepared Notes based on knowledge in Coaching Class.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? Before my problem solving accuracy is in normal range after the class it has increased.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Study Material is more than enough which is given By Punarvasu Tutorials and if you attend Classes Regularly you can get new concept about solving the Problem. Each and every class is very valuable in this Tutorial.

Feedback about faculty :

  • In punarvasu tutorial Faculty is more friendly with Students and they Guide Students to Get good Knowledge grip about the Subjects. They covered all subjects in a least period and concentrated on important concepts which helps us in future benefit.
  • If students had a doubt if it is Minor or major they put 100% Effort to solve the Problems.
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AM084 JAYANTH KUMAR K 70 23
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? When I was in final year of my engineering, I had a plan of doing M.Tech, since I was not placed in any of the company finally I decided to join M.Tech.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? After completion of my engineering somewhere around June 20th. I started preparing for PGCET.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Since I joined late to this institute I attended daily 4hrs classes that time I studied 3-4 hrs daily. Once the classes are completed last 15days I studied about 8hrs daily.
  • What was your mode of preparation? My mode of preparation was materials provided by sir in the tutorial, textbooks and Gate materials.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? Nobody interfered but I had great support from my family, I am happy about it.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I have taken the classes seriously, Concepts are important need to be understood well, after that I used to note down the formulas and important points in separate notebook so that it helps in last movement revision.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Last week is about full of revision and remembering the concepts.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes, I joined this institute (punarvasu tutorials), really this coaching center helps me a lot for my preparation in the way of solving problem and how to prepare in short time, what have to study and what are all the important thing and so on, it’s really good to see this type of sir and coaching center.
  • Which materials did you followed? Materials given by the institute and extra, I referred text books and Gate materials.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? Lot of improvement in problem solving ability after joining this coaching class
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? For upcoming students one thing I need to tell is, follow each and every words of sir without fail that’s it.

Feedback about faculty :

Sir has taken very much care about each and every student of the class and The way he explained the concept is very good it helps me a lot in understanding the concept clearly and solving problems. so that I got good marks in PGCET, thank you so much sir.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AH283 MEGHA V R 67 36
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? In my final year engineering.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I started preparing from February 2nd week during my 8thsem engineering.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Initially in the beginning 3 hours was dedicated. Later from the mid of March I use to study min 8hrs but sometimes it use to extended up to 10hrs also.
  • What was your mode of preparation? First step is studying a class note which provides a strong base for all the subjects to continue further preparations. “STUDY MATERIALS “given by sir which is simply superb and also few of the old question papers .attending mock improves our confidence, removes exam fear .preparing for mock itself would make us almost thorough for the PGCET mains.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? Yes many people suggested me to join various tutorials. Also many of them nailed me to do job, join other courses which initially made me confused. But finally once after joining punarvasu class and after communicating to my teacher I realized that I am in a right path.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Study in depth, read as much as you can. Concepts are important. Speed is most important, that's where time-bound tests play their role. I used standard books mostly, and reference books wherever things were not clear/extra reading. One should take the classes seriously, it helps in the end. I used to write down important points briefly in my notebook
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Even though if the following tips seem to be casual it really matters in order to gain high concentration
    • Keep the phones completely away.
    • Speak less as much as possible including with your best buddies, families etc.
    • Try completing the entire materials in 1week before the exams.
    • Maintain a formula book (very important).
    • Understand a particular concept accurately.
    • Stay cool and calm a day before exam.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes, this is the place where I joined first for PGCET preparation and it’s really worth joining. These classes help in preparing in proper perfect manner rather than simply studying the entire syllabus with no actual methods known.
  • Which materials did you followed? I preferred no text books, no online materials and noother extra books. I just worked everything pin to pin with the given materials. Learnt the methods of all the problems taught. Became perfect with formulas. Was just thorough with class materials, notes.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? Basically I am average level in doing problems. I always use to drop the problems and concentrate only on theoretical concepts. Through clear ways, short cuts, practicing numerous problems in all the subjects made me to give best performance.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? “If u really want to do something u find a way. If you don’t, then you fine an excuse”.

Feedback about faculty :

Srikanta sir is really worth for the word “TEACHER”. Classes are not just a big lecture it’s a kind of fun and learn way of teaching. Any person with zero knowledge under his training can become hero in all the subjects. I just had no hopes on myself in the initial state, I just trusted him with each of his words which has now got me to this small success of 36th rank. The joy of learning, satisfaction cannot described though words unless until the lucky ones experience the journey with sir.

  • Clarity in each and every concept
  • Excellent teaching
  • Unlimited doubts clarification
  • Various types of problems are solved in simple manner
  • He took individual interest on every student
  • Motivated all kinds of students in order to achieve success
  • Thus a moral support for those who are really dedicated for PGCET
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
JA064 GURURAJ S BELLUTAGI 66 44
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I had decided to do my PG during 4thsem of engineering because I want to become a professor.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? April 2015.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? 3 to 4 hours
  • What was your mode of preparation? Notes given at coaching sir, old question papers, tests at coaching center guidance from sir.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? Everyone including my parents and my teachers encouraged me.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I usually studied at night. I revised each subject twice before moving to a new subject. As the question paper was multiple choice I used to solve them keeping a specified time limit. I also made the best use of the notes jotted down in the coaching class and solved the corresponding questions on that day itself.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? I revised in the last week and mostly solved old papers without using calculator and adhering to the time limits.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? I joined punarvasu tutorials in april, simply superrrrr..
  • Which materials did you followed? Notes given by sir and old question papers.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? I could find a major difference in my approach towards solving problems. I understood the importance of looking at all aspects and hidden hints in the question.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Understand the basics well,be consistent in your work& follow the sir’s instructions.

Feedback about faculty :

  • srikanta sir is one of the best mentor and teacher, He made meto aim higher.
  • Simple way of teaching.
  • Individual attention. (This is what the student wants).
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH - RANK
NA126 ABHAY JOSHI 66 45
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? After completion of my One year work experience in Software Industry Because Of following Reasons:
    • Realized in Software Industry we can’t work more than 8 years or we may get frustrated early because of Work Pressure.
    • Thought in these Current Competitive World, Having Multiple Options for work Life, is very good and safe
    • Because of Age Factor (Age lost will not come again). Working for several years and coming back for higher studies is not good one. Because you may loose interest in studies, you may require lot of dedication and hard work and chances are there you may forgot all the engineering concepts and last but least is during that time you may face health, financial and social respect Problem and age will not support you.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? As soon as my one year job contract got over. I decided to go for Pgcet. And I directly came with my father, to SrikantRao Sir, Bangalore (before 3 months to exam)
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Starting 4 hrs per day, later 8 hrs per day
  • What was your mode of preparation? Self-study + Notes + test series from coaching institute which gave a pretty good idea of preparation + Smart Reading
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? No. My Parents were more Supportive and I am very lucky for that
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Study in depth, read as much as you can. Concepts are important. Speed is most important, that's where time-bound tests play their role. I used standard books mostly, and reference books wherever things were not clear/extra reading. One should take the classes seriously, it helps in the end. I used to write down important points briefly in my notebook
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Last one week preparation: Followed what sir told.
    • Only Revising more is important.
    • Like go through all formulae’s and all materials. If time permits you can read some latest questions given by Srikantrao sir.
    • Reading Maths, Complier Design, Software Engineering subjects when you are free at night will help you lot in boosting up your rank.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience?
    • Coaching classes helps you to analyze yourself and gives you the idea about your status in the competition plus their course material helps in staying focused to the subject and helps in ruling out the unnecessary topics (reduces extra burden). PGCET is not about doing the maximum questions it’s all about doing the best set of question and with least margin of error. I believe being regular is the key for success and remember quality is always better than quantity.
    • I have joined Punarvasu Tutorials, Bangalore
    • It was very good experience at Punarvasu. Excellent teaching and Personal Care, Very Good materials.
  • Which materials did you followed? Only Srikantarao Sir (Punarvasu Coaching Institute) Materials.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? Actually in Engineering I learnt some concepts blindly and some not properly and was not having So much confident. After joining Punarvasu now I have complete confidence on all concepts of engineering.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? See to give Suggestion I am not First Rank Gate or First Rank PGCET Student. But I can give you some tips based on my experience which may help you.
    • Join Any good Coaching Institute for PGCET (My advice to join Punarvasu) Because joining Institute Boost Up your rank. Single rank is also important, to get good college.
    • Be regular to class. Don’t miss Single class during last one month
    • Follow each and every word of Srikantarao Sir and that is very important.
    • Do smart Preparation.
    • Eliminate unwanted topics.
    • Classify Problems in to category like Formulae based, concept based, time consuming based and difficulty based so that you can remember them easily and plan accordingly your preparation
    • Make list of: Formulas, direct answer question, most popular questions answers, time consuming question and so on
    • In class before sir coming, discuss your difficulties with your friends like problem solving methods, how to solve quickly, how to solve problems with and without calculator etc. You can also discuss the same with Sir
    • Last please don’t miss single Test conducted by sir. It helps you to know your preparation status and improves your time planning in exam and more important is, it helps you in rectifying your mistakes. You get more confidence on you by writing tests.

Feedback about faculty :

You can’t get any better Institute like Punarvasu and best Faculty like Srikantarao Sir. So only I came from Hubli to Bangalore.

He stands best for following:

  • Non Commercial (Business) minded
  • Excellent Teaching
  • Avoids unwanted Teaching
  • He know well how to make student ready for PGCET in short time
  • His Personal Care to all students until they take admission to good college is tremendous.
  • His dedication to providing the best materials to his students is remarkable.
  • Last but least he is good Teacher, Mentor and Friend.
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
UC521 ABHILASHA N V 63 71
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? When I was in 8th semester I had plans of doing masters, but I was not clear about it. After that I worked for about 9 months and quit the job as I was 2014 passed out.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? From the month of April.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? In the beginning I used to study for 3 hours a day, after June I extended it to 8 hours as it was a high time.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Study materials which were given by sir and also the mock tests helped me a lot.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? No. As I was travelling from Mysore during weekends my parents helped me a lot and they are the main support.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Mainly I followed study materials which were given by sir, I also made short notes of main points. Formula book helped me a lot to solve the problems which was told by sir.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Last two weeks are very crucial as we need to revise, solve the model papers and mainly to learn time management by taking mock tests.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes I joined Punarvasu tutorials conducted by Srikantarao Sir. It really helped me a lot. Here we get individual attention. I also gained extra technical knowledge which was told by Sir.
  • Which materials did you followed? Study materials given by the institute and few quiz websites.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? Earlier I was not having correct picture about network concepts, but after joining here I understood the concepts clearly. My problem solving capability increased. Also I learned time management.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students?
    • Follow Sir’s instructions
    • Be regular to classes
    • Take mock exams
    • ALL THE BEST

Feedback about faculty :

Srikantarao sir taught us concepts in a very easy way. He is dedicated towards teaching and completes the portions as per the schedule. All my credit goes to Sir.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AH040 D ANBARASI 61 90
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? In 4th yr i decided to go for M.tech. Actually it was my parents dream but at end of engg (B.E) it became my dream to persuade for higher studies in computer science.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? In Feb I had joined punarvasu tutorial. That was my 1st step for doing M.tech coaching.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? I used to study 5 hrs every day. To be frank we need to prepare and spend more time.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Class Notes and books prepared by srikanta sir is far enough to get a good score in PGCET.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? NO, they were always part of my achievement and preparation. My mom used to give test or randomly ask Questions. In fact she was stricter than srikanta sir!
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? All class notes were very important. They cover the whole subject along with formulas and methods to solve. Small concepts are important. do not neglect anything. One should take the classes seriously and attend classes, it helps in the end. I used to write down important points briefly in my notebook and sir did ask to maintain formula book. Do take it seriously, it helped me lot. Good for last min revisions.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Seriously this the most important days of your preparations. Never get disturbed or diverted from anything’s going around you. This is my personal experience and advice. You do your best, you get the output best!! Hard work has a future payoff. Never try studying anything new, it’s the time to revise and recall what u have studied in past 6 months in coaching class.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes, I had joined punarvasu tutorial coaching centre. This quote inspired me even before I joined (came across in his website): "Sacrifice everything for one thing, later that one thing will give you everything" To persuade higher studies you need coaching class where it helps you to analyze yourself and gives you the idea about your status in the competition plus their course material helps in staying focused to the subject and helps in ruling out the unnecessary topics (reduces extra burden). PGCET is not about doing the maximum questions its all about doing the best set of question and with least margin of error. It difficult to complete 75 Q for 100 marks in 2 hrs. We need to learn about time limits and how to crack problem easily.
  • Which materials did you followed? Only the material given by srikanta sir and the class notes. i personally think you don’t need any extra references book to solve or learn. Those book was far enough, it covered everything.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? It has definitely improved after joining the class. In networks we have solved at least 300 above Questions. Each different logic, methods, concepts. sometimes it looks easy while reading Questions but once we solve we get to know the level of problem.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Everybody out there who has planned to do M.tech should take it seriously and join the punarvasu tutorial coaching centre. Am not telling just because I had joined. If you want your dream to come true yes joining the coaching centre is 1st step to success. Am sure anyone who joined the centre won’t regret. At end you will feel proud yes you did make the dream come true. so just go for it! All the best people. You have taken the right decision after engg!!

Feedback about faculty :

Sir you have been great teacher. Excellent teaching with friendly approach. All your motivational words and methods to solve the problem did come handy in the exam. Especially the formula book I remembered still you asking me to study extra 4hrs.Something like 8hrs. Thank you for everything. In previous feedback I had written about making you proud. i don’t know whether your happy wid ma performance. But trust me ma parents are proud I did achieve little of what they dreamt about. It was all because of you sir. To be frank I am happy I did make it finally to get within 100th rank in cs branch. I still remember you saying there is no point coming to coaching class and not getting within 100th rank in CS!! Even though I am in margin (90th rank CS) I did try my level best. Sorry sir if I did not do to your best. I have got another chance in M.tech. Trust me i will certainly do my best and make you feel proud very soon by saying : "yes I know anbu, she is my good student and she did make me feel proud" :) THANK YOU SIR FOR ALL YOUR SUPER SUPPORT AND CONCERNS

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AA226 GANESH PRASAD P 61 98
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? After working 5 years in MNCs I thought master degree is necessary. So I decided to do masters in the year 2015. I was passed out in 2010.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? In the month of February 2015 I joined this coaching institute.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? As I was working I did not get much time in week days. But somehow I was managed to read 2 hours daily. Last 2 weeks prior to exam I was reading 10 hours per day.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Self-study + Notes + materials + test series from coaching institute.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? No. My parents supported it.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? As I did not get enough time I was completely focused on class notes and materials given by Sir. I completely read all the notes, materials and attended mock tests conducted by coaching institute.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Keeping the focus is very important. Last week I have read only materials + notes + formulas.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Coaching classes helps me to analyze myself and gives the idea about my status in the competition plus their course material helps in staying focused to the subject and helps in ruling out the unnecessary topics.
  • Which materials did you followed? Materials and notes given by coaching institute and quiz covered almost all questions.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the coaching and after the coaching classes? Yes, my problem solving ability has increased a lot after joining the coaching class.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Just follow the guidelines or instructions given by Sir. Be regular to the class. Read the notes and materials which are provided in the class.

Feedback about faculty :

I have only one word here i.e. "Fantabulous".

PGCET 2014 Rank Details

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AD471 CHITRA M P 75 01
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? When I was pursuing BE I had plans of doing masters but was not clear about how and when. So finally I quit my job (As I was 2012 passout )and decided to do M. Tech.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? In the month of march 2014 I quit job and dedicated full time for studies.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? In the month of March and April around 3 hrs and during june around 6-7 hrs.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Materials given by sir was really good. It was collective information about all topics from a particular subject. It exhaustively covered even GATE questions and previous years PGCET questions.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? I had good support from my parents.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? First its better to brush up with basics then move into depth. I referred notes and materials given by sir and GATE book and reference book for clarity of few topics. As sir used to mention in class to note down all formulae in a book I followed the same and it really helped me at last moment during revision.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Last week is most important and it needs 10 hrs of study from materials, question papers and quiz given by sir.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes,can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes I joined coaching classes (PUNARVASU TUTORIALS ) conducted by Srikanth sir. Here we get individual attention and completion of vast syllabus in short time with quality information.
  • Which materials did you followed? Materials and notes given by coaching institute and quiz covered almost all questions from many competitive exams.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? Problem solving ability increased to a greater extent after joining course. Not only course has helped me to fetch a good rank in PGCET but knowledgewise also it has gained me a lot.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Be regular to class and follow sir’s instructions. Never giveup or be disappointed .Prepare well as sir says “ Prepare for worst case, then you will give your best”.

Feedback about faculty :

  • Coaching is very good and it helps to gain indepth knowledge of various subjects. Individual attention is given.
  • We get lot of confidence to solve problems.
  • Materials given cover all topics and very useful for competitive exams.
  • Even gate problems are solved and increases problem solving ability.
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AE010 SURAJ G 72 05
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I am a Software Engineer with close to 4.5 years of experience. I decided to pursue my masters in month of June 2014. One reason for doing my masters is to get promotion at my workplace. It was very much required and I decided firmly on doing my masters exactly 2 months before exam date.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I started my preparation for PGCET after I joined Punarvasu Tutorials in month of June 2014 and until then I had no idea on what and how I should go ahead with it. Also it was 4 years I had lost touch with studies as I was totally into working at software firm.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Hours spent at tuition were most crucial. Last week before exam, I was studying close to 6 hours a day.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Solving all MCQ’s from tuition material and Quiz links provided were the only preparation I did which proved to be really worth.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? The only interference I had was my work at office. I had project deadlines which I had to finish. This was quite challenging. With limited time available, I entirely had to depend on what was taught at coaching class.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Understanding the pattern is secret of cracking this exam. The more you clear on concepts, the easy it gets. So my sincere suggestion is to understand basics right. Spend more time in understanding basic concepts and then go for problem solving. Tuition helps to understand concepts very well and provides you with best method for problem solving which is most important in time-bound exams. As materials provided at tutorials would cover most of problems, solving them will assure you a good rank in exam.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Final preparation is what it all matters. With a good material in hand from tuition, it was all about revising concepts and remembering formulae. Completing all MCQ’s in tuition book was only thing I did during last few days of exam.
  • Did you join any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? I joined Punarvasu tutorials conducted by Srikanta Sir. Right from explaining concepts, problem solving approach, methodologies and shortcuts everything was planned very well and executed by Srikanta Sir. All credits to him.
  • Which materials did you followed? Let me be very clear on this point. Material provided at tuition covered almost everything. The book provided was fundamental base for preparation. It covered huge varieties of MCQ’s with definite possibility that same or similar type of questions would appear in main exam. The highlight of materials provided included GATE questions too which made our life simple to crack PGCET.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? As I had lost touch from studies for long time, I hardly knew any methods to solve problems. Best thing about joining this tuition was approach taught to solve problems quick and accurately.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? A proper guidance will make your life easy. Dream big and dare to fail.

Feedback about faculty :

Srikanta Sir is highly committed to teaching. He played a very important role in making us understand concepts, preparing best materials suitable for exam. He invests lot of time for choosing best method to solve a particular problem. He is very approachable and person of great humanity.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AE367 SUSHMA A 67 24
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I was 2013 batch passed out. Since the beginning of my engineering I always wanted to do M.Tech. So I decided to join now.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? March 2014 after joining classes conducted at Punarvasu tutorials.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Initially I started with 4 hours and then increased to 6 to 8 hours.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Text books, coaching institute materials, gate and quiz materials.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? I had all support from my family. I am grateful to that.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I used to read the text book for the related topics done by sir and had made a notes of formulas for all subjects. Studying the topic done in class on dat day itself made it easier and understanding the concepts is very important.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? One week before exam a complete revision is important and studying 10 hours is very necessary.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes I had joined Punarvasu tutorials conducted by Srikanta sir which has helped me a lot. I understood most of the topics which I had not understood in engineering class and helped me to secure such a good rank. The mock tests given by sir were very helpful to us.
  • Which materials did you followed? Coaching institute materials, text books, gate and quiz materials.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? Before joining the course I had no proper ability to solve problems. After joining it increased a lot.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Dedication and aim is very important to achieve anything. So whatever you do take it seriously to achieve it. All the best.

Feedback about faculty :

very dedicated and committed to the job.Completes the portions properly. Makes the concepts clear to everyone in the class.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AD347 RADHA N 67 27
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I was forced to leave the software job because of long travel time and long working hours and also had to take care of my two children (two and six years old). I worked as lecturer so thought of getting back to the good old job. So decided to do MTech for the eligibility.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? Started on May 10th 2014, the day I joined Punarvasu Tutorials.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Till June I studied about 2hr a day. In July for about 20 days I dedicated 10 hrs a day for preparation.
  • What was your mode of preparation? My only study material was the notes provided by Srikanta sir at Punarvasu.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? I am lucky that nobody interfered but few friends supported.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I took class very seriously. Never been absent for class. Most important I followed the instructions given by Srikanta sir. I made short notes in the class though I am bad at managing both listening and writing. Made list of formulas of all the subjects and kept seeing it every night before sleep. Sir always said that what you see just before sleep will enter into your subconscious mind. Which did work in my case.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? The last one week is crucial, free yourself to dedicate most of the time to revise and only revise.
  • Did you join any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute? Yes. In fact only after joining Punarvasu, I know where I am and how I need to prepare for PGCET. Srikanta sir prepared me for quick problem solving and analyzing logically in case of confusion. The study material is sufficient and I never needed any text book to understand the concepts.
  • Which materials did you followed? Only the Study material provided by Srikanta Sir at Punarvasu. I am going to use it for rest of my technical life.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? Before it was nil and after I could feel that, I can solve the known and analyse even the unknown problems. Credit goes to Srikanta sir’s easy way of analyzing and solving problems.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? I feel every competitive exam aspirant needs a guide and the right guide like Srikanta Sir.

Feedback about faculty :

A teacher is one who creates the interest for studies. That is what I experienced with Srikanta Sir. He is dedicated and has good knowledge of subjects. In one statement I can I learnt 4 years subjects in just two and half a month and in a right way.

Finally, thank you very much Sir. Will get back to your tutorials soon

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AD474 DIVYA K 66 31
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? Not interested in IT field
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? One month before the exam
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Two hours
  • What was your mode of preparation? Coaching institute
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? No
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Concepts are important and should be perfect on that.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Refer previous year question papers
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes I have joined Punarvasu institute. Institute provide us a study materials it helped me a lot. They used to give weekly test which make me to be perfect and to get confident to face exam.
  • Which materials did you followed? Coaching class study materials
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? Before joining the institute I am not perfect in particular topics, after joining I get a clear and good knowledge about the concepts and it helped me a lot in entrance.
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
UB111 MANASA S N 66 32
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I am very much interested in teaching field. so I had decided from long back.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? Since my B.E exams have completed in june 2014, after that I had started preparing for pgcet.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Initially 3 to 4 hours a day, but during last 15 days I used to spend 5 to 6 hours a day.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Study materials from coaching institute and many quiz websites helped me a lot.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? No, family is my great support.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Every single concept should be studied which is in the syllabus, so that any question on that concept can be solved easily. Not only learning how to solve problem, we have to learn to solve it very fast because time is very crucial in the exam.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Some quiz websites should be solved, then go through important formulas and some memory based question and answers.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes, I used to come every weekend to attend classes from Mysore. The coaching classes helped me a lot. By attending classes I came to know for which topics we have to give more importance and easy problem solving techniques. So Punarvasu tutorials is very good and provides best quality education.
  • Which materials did you followed? All study materials provided by the institute and some quiz websites.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? Increased.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? All the best...

Feedback about faculty :

Srikantarao sir handled subjects in very simple way so that any difficult subject can be understood very easily. He made very comfortable time schedules for classes so If I had joined late also I didn’t faced any problem for finishing syllabus.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AE108 BHARATHI K S 65 37
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I was working for a software company. And due to heavy workload wasn’t able to manage between family and office. So I decided to compromise my job for my son. I realized job or education can be continued at a later stage also, but not the time that I should give for my child. And from my future perspective I chose MTech is the best option where in work life balance will be good as a lecturer and can continue the work for a long duration as well.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? Though I had thoughts to earlier to do self study, after I started attending Srikanta Sir’s classes, I got very much positive energy to prepare for PGCET because of his way of teaching.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? In the last 3 months for exam, had dedicated 4 hours per day for preparation.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Can say the coaching class materials, question bank booklet was the full source for study. Along with that had solved few GATE papers and PGCET papers as well. And the tests in class gave an idea on time management.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? Thanks to my family for good support.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Understand the concepts first then practice well. I used to study once from understanding perspective, and then used to solve problems myself to check my ability.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? It should be revision time on questions, say it may be PGCET or GATE question papers, Question banks, quiz.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes, I joined Punarvasu Tutorials conducted by Srikanta Sir. Frankly speaking when I joined the classes, I was in a dilemma whether it is possible by me or not after a long 10 years break of studies. But after attending Srikanta Sir’s classes, slowly I felt yes I can. That’s because of his way of teaching which I appreciate the most. In a simple way he used to explain the things so that each one can understand at first stretch itself, Thanks lot Sir. This made a big difference to my motivation, and towards developing positive thoughts. The topics were to the point, Very good source of materials from exam as well as knowledge point of view.
  • Which materials did you followed? Mainly referred the coaching class notes and the question banks, quiz links provided by Sir. In addition solved GATE and PGCET papers.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? While joining the coaching institute I had almost forgotten the subjects which I had studied 10 years back. Coaching class had given a very good revision of things, also additional knowledge which cannot be gained in college. Thanks to Srikanta Sir.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? All the best.
    “Forget past mistakes. Forget failures. Forget everything except what you’re going to do now and do it.” ~ William Durant

Feedback about faculty :

The classes were conducted in a organized way by Srikanta Sir from the coverage of important subjects.

This was very much beneficial for the exam, because giving importance to what is required, when and how, saves lot of time when exam is nearing. And we got very good guidance on how to prepare on the materials or question banks or quiz when exams are nearing. Apart from exam, knowledge point of view also the classes were beneficial.

Thank you very much Sir, for all the guidance and support.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AD450 ANJANEYA BULLA 65 43
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? Three months before the exams I left the Job after having had 2 years of experience and decided to go for Higher Studies.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I did self study for a month but only after I heard Srikanta sir’s words about career and the dedication to achieve made me to take firm decision.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? 4 to 6 hours other than the class hours.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Only the notes provided by Coaching Institute; referred the textbooks; Quiz at the last.
  • Did the college/family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? No. But I had a great support from my family and friends.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Every single class is very important; Make Formulae list; LIST: What to study – Which day – How much time; Keep no doubts; Follow every single instruction told by Srikanth sir and the material is more than enough to score below 300 rank.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Be focused; Make orderly revision; never miss to solve Quiz.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes,can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Punarvasu coaching institute/ Srikanth sir’s coaching classes ALONE guided me to achieve overall 134th rank and 43rd rank in CS. Even the requisites of M-Tech and career after M-Tech is being briefed convincingly.
  • Which materials did you followed? Only the notes provided by Coaching Institute; referred the textbooks; Quiz at the last.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? Knowledge is power and I experienced this through coaching classes. Studying for BE exams is different from preparing for PGCET exams. After the classes I gained that confidence to ask the juniors that “Yes! What doubt you have?”
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Just follow every instruction told by sir. Don’t neglect anything instructed. Have confidence and faith in sir as well as in YOU. This quote inspired me even before I joined (came across in his website): “Sacrifice everything for one thing, later that one thing will give you everything”.
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AE034 CHITRAVATHI 65 44
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I was a software Developer at a leading MNC. My profile was related to network and I had to work for more than 10 hours a day and in shifts sometimes which made life hectic with full tension. My husband said he would support me to study further which I always liked to, hence I decided to do M.Tech in order to change my profile and to pursue something that I would love to do. So to fulfill my dream and to continue my career, I decided to go for M.Tech.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I started preparing seriously for PGCET only after joining the PGCET coaching class conducted by Srikanta Sir.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Initially, only 3 hr per day and gradually increased to 5hrs to 6 hrs per day
  • What was your mode of preparation? I was reading the notes from coaching institute and text book for related topic and was solving the PGCET and gate papers and materials provided by Sir
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? I got very good support from my husband and family members which helped me to prepare. I started preparing from March 2014, I left my Job and dedicated the entire time for preparation for PGCET exam.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Materials given by Sir played a major role in preparation for PGCET. Concepts were clear and objective questions given and chosen in the book covered almost all the subjects’ major topics. Understand the topic, relate with the text book .try to solve all the question papers from PGCET and GATE. One should take the classes seriously, it helps at the end. I used to write down important points briefly in my notebook and I used to refer often to recall the classes and get a hold on subject.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? One week before exam I dedicated most of the time (up to 9 to 10hrs) on solving quizzes and old question papers and revising coaching class notes. I suggest one should be almost ready to write the exam by now and should be only doing quizzes, solving papers and re-evaluating and revising the questions.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes,can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes. I joined the coaching institute conducted by Srikanta Sir (punarvasu tutorials). I really needed a mentor to understand the engineering subjects which I had almost forgotten as I am 2010 passed out and my domain made me forget all subjects bit earlier. Coaching classes helps you to analyze yourself and gives you the idea about your status in the competition plus their course material helps in staying focused to the subject and helps in ruling out the unnecessary topics (reduces extra burden). PGCET is not about doing the maximum questions but its all about doing the best set of question and with least margin of error. I believe being regular is the key for success and remember quality is always better than quantity.
  • Which materials did you followed? Coaching institute materials and Previous GATE papers solved along with text books.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? I joined this coaching institute with little knowledge on all subjects. And at end of the coaching classes, I realized that I have learnt engineering subjects in just 5 months (College days which took 4 years). All credit goes to my teacher, guide Srikanta Sir.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Follow Sir Words from the beginning. Putting in the right amount effort in the right direction gives the best results.

Feedback about faculty :

Superb faculty, this tuition provided me a well-defined path to achieve my goal.

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK
AD178 DIVYA D S 64 45
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? When I am in 7th semester I decided and this is the dream of my father.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? After the completion of my BE (June 15th 2014)
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? 2 hours per day.
  • What was your mode of preparation? I was well prepared from the teaching of Srikanth sir and the materials given by the institution, that only the mode of preparation for me.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? No...
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? I used to study by daily and understand the concepts very deeply, this is the best way to remember the concepts as long as possible. Listening the classes seriously is very important thing, as we learn some of the important things in the class itself. The one more important thing is I used to write important concepts and formulas in note book and remember that before go to a bed.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? In the last week of exam, the best way for the well preparation is to remember only the concepts what we have studied before. It’s not good to study new concepts at the last moment. Study more concepts as fast as possible within short period of time.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes,can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Really the coaching centre helps me a lot for the preparation of PGCET. How to analyze the problems and how to prepare in short period of time. What have to study and what are all the important things and so. It helps me a lot.
  • Which materials did you followed? Materials given by the institution only.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? After the completion of my course I learnt to solve the problems as faster as possible.
  • Any other message/suggestionto the upcoming students? For any entrance exams, attend the exams with well preparations. Do not guess the answers.

Feedback about faculty :

Superb faculty, this tuition provided me a well-defined path to achieve my goal.

PGCET 2013 Rank Details

PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK OVERALL-RANK
AC020 GAYATHRI DEVI K 75 01 12
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I was a software techie. After my son arrival into our family, I sacrificed my job to dedicate time completely to family. It's my parents who wanted me to do my M.Tech. So to fulfill parents dream and to continue my career as a Lecturer and help financially my family, I decided to go for M.Tech.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I started preparing seriously for PGCET only after joining the PGCET coaching class conducted by Srikanta Sir.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Initially, I dedicated only 2 hrs per day and increased to around 6 hours per day.
  • What was your mode of preparation? I was reading the text book for related topic and was solving the gate papers and materials provided by Sir.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? I found good support from family which boosted me to prepare a lot. I thank my family for this.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Study the topic and understanding the concept is very important before starting with GATE papers solving. Making notes of formulas for all subjects helps during the Exam.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? One week before exam I dedicated more time up to 8 to 10hrs on coaching class notes, GATE papers and quiz questions provided.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Yes. I joined the coaching institute conducted by Srikanta Sir (punarvasu tutorials). I really needed a mentor to understand the engineering subjects which I had almost forgotten as I am 2004 passed out.
  • Which materials did you followed? Coaching institute materials and Previous GATE papers solved along with text books
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? I entered this coaching institute with very less knowledge of subjects. And at end of the coaching classes I realized that I have learnt engineering subjects in just 4 months (College days which took 4 years). The credit goes to my teacher, guide Srikanta Sir.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Prepare with dedication and proper goal to achieve higher rank. I was always remembering the quote in Srikanta Sir Blog "The more you sweat in practice, the less you bleed in battle".
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK OVERALL-RANK
AE089 ANUPAMA D S 74 04 18
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? I left my job in Dec 2011, after that I was feeling very much wasteful even having professional degree and experience as I was not doing anything productive, so decided to go for further studies.
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? I started from March 2013.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? 5 to 6 hrs
  • What was your mode of preparation? Main mode is the classes conducted by srikanta Sir, he was explaining in such a way that it was not at all required to study the book again at home, I just started with solving previous year question papers and mock tests given in coaching institute.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? I have a kid he is 3 years old now. When he was going to school and sleeping that time I was studying.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? First thing is to understand the concepts clearly and then approach to a problem.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? Just make some important formulas, points in note book and just go through it. We should not take stress at the last week. More important thing is Confident and also should not be over confident.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes, can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Of course Because of Punarvasu coaching institute guidance only I got 18th rank (overall rank). Who taught me how to approach the problem?
  • Which materials did you followed? Coaching Institute materials, BE text books and Internet sources.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? Before it was just 4 out of 10, after joined course, now it is 9 out of 10.
  • Any other message/suggestion to the upcoming students? Believe in yourself first and believe your teacher. Nothing is impossible; if you start preparing systematically you can crack any exam. Teacher always shows the path, it’s you who should go on that path.
PGCET No NAME MARKS CS BRANCH -RANK OVERALL-RANK
AG162 SOWMYA M R 68 26 62
  • When and why did you decide to go for M.Tech? Had plans of doing M.Tech from quite a long time and decided this is the right time to do
  • When did you start preparing for PGCET? May 2013 after joining Punarvasu tutorials.
  • How many hours a day on an average did you devote to PGCET preparation in this period? Apart from tuitions nothing I did initial two months, which helped us a lot during the month of July I use to read for 2 to 3 hours a day. I would suggest just going tutions at punarvasu and preparing of study materials will help you to secure good rank within 300.
  • What was your mode of preparation? Coaching materials at punarvasu and standard text books along with previous year gate papers will help me a lot.
  • Did the college /family interfere with PGCET preparation? If yes, how did you manage it? No, my family was of great support to me during this period.
  • What was your way of studying/ what should be the way of studying? Concepts are more important. I used to write down important points briefly in my notebook, Manage the time is also very important .It will definitely help one in analyzing things and choosing the right answer.
  • What would you suggest about the last days (say, one week) preparation? A week thorough and strict preparation before the exams is must.
  • Did you joined any coaching institute? If yes,can you tell me about coaching institute experience? Punarvasu tutorials where srikanta sir alone handled many subjects and it is of great job and it is the sole reason for me to secure such a rank. One just has to attend tutorials and concentrate and put minimum effort is required...
  • Which materials did you followed? Gate solved Books and coaching institute materials and text books.
  • What was your problem solving ability before joining the course and after the course? Increased a lot...
  • Any other message/suggestionto the upcoming students? All the best for all, take your commitment seriously and you will win...!!!

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