Engineers who wish to work in PSU's (Public Sector Undertakings) like as ONGC, SAIL, GAIL, MRPL, BSNL, MTNL, DRDO, ISRO, NTPC, NHPC, BEL, BHEL, SAIL, HPCL, MRPL, PDIL, BEML, BARC, NFL and HAL etc. For PSU's, one really need not to study separately in the technical part. Other aspects such as General Knowledge and Aptitude etc. come into the picture in these exams. The pattern and Syllabus of PSU's are mixture of GATE and IES. The syllabus of different PSU's may vary with minor changes in topics depending upon company profile and current requirements is clearly mentioned on our website (for more details refer to respective PSU website). Now a day's government sectors written examination follow previous year objective papers of IES and GATE. Almost all the Candidates preparing for IES and GATE, qualify PSU's exams.
Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), as the name suggests, are Government-owned Corporations or State-owned Enterprises created by the Government of India to undertake commercial activities on behalf of government. Several PSUs under the aegis of Government of India regularly provide tremendous employment opportunities in various technical and management areas. The term is used to refer to companies in which the government (either the Union Government or state or territorial governments, or both) owned a majority (51 percent or more) of the company equity. We have started our coaching center to accomplish the mission of providing success to engineering graduates who want to clear the exams of GATE, IES and PSUs examination. We have a record of successful students who have acquired good results in these exams. The pattern & Syllabus of PSU's are mixture of GATE & IES. The syllabus of different PSU's may vary with minor changes in topics depending upon company profile and current requirements. Now a day's government sectors written examination follow previous year objective papers of IES & gate. Almost all the Candidates preparing for IES & GATE at our institute qualify PSU's exams. Our courses can help you with PSU exams also. Our technique of teaching is carried out in a comprehensive way, keeping the pattern and syllabus of GATE,IES and PSUs in mind.Preparation for PSUs:
|PSU's Entrance Exam Question Paper mainly consist of two major sections:|
|->||Technical Section: Subject specialization of related stream.|
|->||Non-Technical Section: General Awareness, Current Affairs, English Language, Reasoning & Aptitude. Hence to crack PSU competitive exam, candidate should prepare for both technical and non-technical sections, where 50% to 70% questions are from technical and remaining questions from non-technical sections. Be aware of exam pattern of different PSU's like number of technical questions, number of non-technical questions, negative marking, exam duration, marks per question etc.|
|Be aware of exam pattern of different PSU's like number of technical questions, number of non-technical questions, negative marking, exam duration, marks per question etc.|
|Always make it a habit of referring to previous year question papers.|
|Group Discussion Round: Group Discussion is a crucial round conducted for shortlisted candidates. Good communication skills, topic knowledge, team spirit, leadership qualities, patience level are the major parameters to be considered.|
|Personal Interview: Sound technical knowledge, positive attitude, body language, good communication skills play an important role to clear personal interviews.|
Maharatna Status: In 2009, the government established the Maharatna status, which raises a company's investment ceiling from Rs. 1,000 Crore to Rs. 5,000 Crore. The Maharatna firms can now decide on investments of up to 15 per cent of their net worth in a project; the Navaratna companies could invest up to Rs. 1,000 Crore without explicit government approval.Criteria to be a Maharatna: The six criteria for eligibility as Maharatna are:
Navratna Status: Navratna was the title given originally to nine Public Sector Enterprises, identified by the Government of India in 1997 as having comparative advantages, which allowed them greater autonomy to compete in the global market. The number of PSEs having Navratna status has been raised to 16. The government is likely to accord the coveted status to Engineers India Limited, which is under consideration.List of Navratna:
Miniratna Status: In addition, the government created another category called Miniratna. Miniratnas can also enter into joint ventures, set subsidiary companies and overseas offices but with certain conditions. In 2002, there were 61 government enterprises that awarded Miniratna status. However, at present, there are 68 government enterprises that were awarded Miniratna status.Percentage Criterion for Some of PSUs:
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