WHAT ARE THE IMPORTANT TOPICS TO STUDY IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FOR GATE 2017 ?

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You all must be worried about completing your syllabus before the GATE 2017 on time so that you can start revising and taking online test series for better hands-on practice but before you rush towards completing your syllabus as soon as possible have a look at our analysis that we did on last 5-6 year Electrical engineering GATE  exam. Have a look at what we have found.

 

Analysis of (2010-2015) GATE Electrical Engineering Exam 

Name of the Subject  2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Engineering Mathematics 13 11 18 16 11 15
Analog Circuits 15 9 4 13 12 6
Control Systems 9  14 7 12 11 9
Communication Theory  11 3 6  3 6 10
Electronic Devices & Circuits 10 10 12 14 8 12
Electromagnetic Theory  8 11 14  7 5 8
Digital Circuits 6 6 6 6 11 9
Network Theory  9 8 9 7 7 10
Signals & Systems  7 9 8 2 12 6
Microprocessors  5 2 1 3 2 0
General Aptitude (GA)  –  15  15  15  15  15

From this analysis, you can now estimate that what is being more frequent in GATE for Electrical engineering exam. Also, this will help you to what you can avoid as well so that better time utilisation can be done. You can’t avoid subjects like General aptitude, Communication Theory , Electronic devices & circuits & Network theory but you can do or leave any other subject in which you think you are not that much handy according to your wish and capacity.

Now, the important topics which need to be focussed on in every key subject of Electrical Engineering from GATE point of view are as follows:

Signals and Systems

  • LTI Systems
  • Fourier Representation of Signals
  • Z-transform and Laplace Transform

Networks

  • Network Solution and Methodology
  • Transient and Steady State Analysis of RLC Circuit to DC input
  • Laplace transforms, and Two-Port Networks

Control Systems

  • Time Domain Analysis
  • Root, State Variable Technique
  • Frequency Response Analysis using Nyquist and Bode plots

Digital Electronics

  • Logic Gates
  • Boolean Algebra and K-Map
  • Sequential Circuits and Counters, ADC and DACs.
EDC
  • Semiconductor Theory
  • PN Junction
  • MOSFET and CMOS

Analog Circuits

  • Diode Circuits
  • Small Signal Analysis of BJT and FET
  • Operational Amplifier and its Applications

 

Electromagnetics

  • Electrostatics, EM waves
  • Transmission Lines
  • Waveguides and Antennas

Communications

  • AM, FM Modulation and Demodulations
  • Random Processes and Digital Communication

Engineering Mathematics

  • Linear Algebra
  • Calculus and Differential equations
  • Probability and Statistics

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