Friday, 6 April 2018

How to start preparing for the GATE 2019?

It’s great that you have decided start your GATE preparation really early. There is no such thing as shortcut or magic trick to this. Get a copy of GATE syllabus for your stream of engineering. If you intend to join a coaching class for GATE, then you will have access to focused study material and tests as well as a competitive atmosphere. Once you have finished a subject, solve all the previous years GATE questions from the subject. Form a weekly schedule for revision so that you always remain in touch with the topics you have studied. Join a good test series and start attempting the tests in a time bound and disciplined manner. After each test, note down your mistakes and try to rectify them. If you feel that you are loosing focus anytime during your preparation, take a break, remind yourself of your goals and then go back to your study table. 
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GATE is not only the GATEWAY to higher education like M.E / M.TECH or research from premium institutes like IIT’s / IISC but also the only way to get jobs in PSU’s. so, it is very much important that you should prepare for GATE and try to crack it. Not only government jobs but the private jobs also give weight and preference to candidates having a good GATE score, if they are interviewing candidates for core jobs. Koshika Academy is the best GATE Biotechnology Coaching Center in Lucknow, INDIA. The faculties are excellent and they guide you topic wise with proper concept. They provide study material and the test series. 

Here are few tips on how to crack the examination and score full marks:

  1. Set your goals – Different goals have different strategies and hence it is important to define your goals in terms of the rank you want to achieve. If you are aspiring for the top IITs or PSUs, you will need a rank of less than 1000 and hence you will have to prepare thoroughly on all topics. On the other hand, if your goal is to just qualify, then you can afford to leave out 2-3 topics from your preparation.
  2. Take a diagnostic test – Before starting your preparation it is important to know your initial level of competence.  An analysis of your performance in this test will tell you your strengths and areas where improvement is required. Based on this, you can device your preparation strategy.
  3. Build your concepts – GATE is an exam which tests concepts as well as their application thoroughly. Join a good classroom program or a online tutoring program which will help strengthen your concepts.
  4. Practice makes man perfect – As the old adage goes, there is nothing better than extensive practice. Solve all types of questions you come across in various books and be prepared on all question patterns
  5. Familiarize with formula – Engineering subjects have a lot of formulae, which more often than not have to be memorized. Noting down all formulae as and when you finish each topic or referring to a collection of formulae will help you get familiar.
  6. Focus on high-return topics – Engineering Mathematics and General Ability constitute 30% of the total marks and are relatively easier to score in. You could look at some online lectures to prepare in these topics.
  7. Appear in a Mock Test Series-– Take up a mock test series as it will help you adapt to the online pattern. It will also help you assess your preparation and based on the test analyze you can focus on areas that you are weak in and can prepare those areas. It will also give you exhaustive practice on different types of questions
  8. Make your own exam strategy –Based on your experiments in the mock test series, you can fine tune your own exam strategy. Some people like to start solving a paper from the first question, while some people like to glance through the entire paper and start answering questions from their areas of strength.
  9. Relax before the exam – One day before GATE, stop thinking about it. Watch a movie or anything that relaxes you. Appear for the exam with a fresh mind.

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

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Koshika Academy - science and technology coaching in Lucknow

Greetings from Koshika Academy, largest & oldest Coaching Institute for CSIR NET Life Sciences, GATE Biotechnology, IIT JAM , IIT JNU Entrances. We are Premier Institute & Offer result oriented CSIR NET Life Science Coaching in Lucknow, GATE Biotechnology Coaching in Lucknow, IIT- JAM Coaching in Lucknow.
Aspirants who aim to lead their respective fields. We possesses most Technological Classrooms and a large library all equipped with modern facilities for CSIR NET LIFE SCIENCES & others.
Our faculty is from reputed institutes  universities like JNU, IITD, AIIMS & LU they all qualified respective exam and many years teaching experience from all over the country. They make a significant contribution to the knowledge base of the Institute for NET Life Science.
Koshika Academy a pioneer coaching institute at Lucknow, imparting concept of Life Sciences to its students who are preparing for CSIR-UGC-NET Life Science, GATE Biotechnology & other subject. Keeping in view the difficulties a candidate is likely to face when he decides to sit for the CSIR-NET, Koshika Academy not only offer useful guidance to candidates to clear CSIR NET but also help them in the final selection.

Friday, 9 February 2018

Last Minute Tips for GATE Exam 2018

Last Minute Tips for GATE Exam 2018

Gate Exam gives incredible career avenues which open up for students who score good marks in GATE Exam. The GATE 2018 exam is going to take place on four dates – February 3rd, 4th, 10th & 11th 2018 for different stream of engineering. We have observed that students start feeling nervous, stress & anxiety. We are providing you the Last Minute Tips for GATE prepared by the experts & will be helpful in reducing your exam stress level. We are Best GATE Coaching in LucknowIt will boost you with full of confidence & fill you with new energy. 
1. Practice Mock Test
You should Practice a full Mock Test before the actual GATE Exam & give it seriously in the same way as your actual GATE Exam. After attempting the full mock test analyse your mistakes & solve the complete paper again. This will be a kind of revision for you. 
2. Don’t Start with New Topics
At this time if you are beginning with a new topic which you have never studied before then this would be yours biggest mistake. Remember that this is not a time to build up a concepts in new topic. Revise those subjects which you already know & have clear concepts on that.
3. Learn from Your Mistakes
By this time you must have attempted lot of GATE Test. Just go through them once & properly look at the mistakes that you have made at that time.
4. Revise all Formulas
Just go through all the formulas & practice 2-3 questions from them. Try to revise through your notes that will be more beneficial as compared to any other book & be easily understandable & save your time.
5. Be Relaxed, Cool & Calm
Before the day of examination just keep yourself cool & relaxed. Don’t try to study everything & don’t start a new concept at last minute instead have a look on formulae and equations to get some idea of the problems. It will be beneficial if you do meditation.
6. Get a Good Sleep before the Day of GATE Exam
Take a proper sleep for atleast 6 hours on the night preceding your GATE exam so that you attempt the paper with a fresh and relaxed mind. This will increase your accuracy, speed and hence your overall score.
7. Be Ready with Admit Card & Documents
Take out the print out of your admit Card & ID Proof ready for the exam. Read all the instruction written on the admit card properly & reach your Exam Center before time to avoid unnecessary road traffic.
8. Take Care of Negative Marking
While attempting the GATE Paper do not guess and over-attempt questions. Just attempt only those in which you are 100% sure. Don’t ignore the aptitude section, it will increase your scores.

We wish you, All the Best for your GATE 2018 Examination !!

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Wednesday, 24 January 2018

How to Prepare for IIT JAM 2018?

How to Prepare for IIT JAM 2018?

IIT JAM is an online test that is conducted on a rotational basis by Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). IIT Bombay is conducting Joint Admission Test for M.Sc programmes (JAM) in February 11, 2018. The entrance exam for admissions to the PG programmes in science across IITs, NITs and IISc Bangalore is competitive yet can be cracked by aspirants like you with a proper strategy and good preparation. Candidates need to begin JAM preparation 2018 soon after they have applied for the M.Sc entrance exam. The preparation tips of JAM 2018 brought to aspirants will further help in knowing success strategy of the toppers, their study-plan and books they followed for JAM. The JAM preparation tips also guides candidates in planning specifically for their individual test papers among the seven being offered in the IIT administered M.Sc admission test.

JAM 2018 Preparation begins with checking syllabus, books, preparation timetable and practice through mock tests.

JAM Preparation 2018: Syllabus 

Candidates will need to go through JAM Syllabus 2018 before they begin their preparation for JAM. The syllabus of JAM 2018 will help them in knowing important topics and understanding them thoroughly. The other reason to look for the syllabus before JAM preparation is that doing so will help them in segregating the topics into easy, difficult and special attention categories. It is also advisable to check JAM syllabus topics that are the most important and feature more questions than the others. The idea is to know the syllabus in a thorough manner such that studying for JAM 2018 can go in a planned and phased way such that each topic is covered properly during JAM preparation mode.

JAM Preparation 2018: Books 

The second step is to know which books are the best to study from. The graduation books are good enough but it has been commonly observed that books available for the entrance exams like JAM aid students in preparing well for the topics. Moreover, guide books for JAM are recommended by the toppers and experts as they know the topics that may come in the M.Sc admission test from the examination view point. Further the JAM books recommended by exam toppers and experts may serve as good repository for the knowledge and cracking the Joint Admission Test.

JAM Preparation 2018: Time Table 

Indeed time table is very much need for JAM preparation. The time table for JAM 2018 preparation schedule will help aspirants in jotting down the important topics and subjects that should be covered within a defined time-frame. Further sticking to the time table for JAM preparation will also help candidates in giving sufficient time to ‘the much needed subjects’ and also skip those which may not need much time. A proper time-table may also help in planning the other JAM 2018 preparation related activities. Besides drawing a JAM study-plan for daily and weekly, candidates will also need a preparation time table of next three months, six months and moreover a last month preparation one. JAM experts and toppers advise that following such a routine study plan help the candidates more than those who neglect them as quirky. The most important point in JAM preparation is sticking to what has been planned.

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Tuesday, 16 January 2018



If you want to begin your career in research field, then CSIR NET has a lot of career opportunities for you. Koshika Academy a top CSIR NET JRF Coaching in Lucknow. CSIR NET JRF Exam is a National Eligibility Test to check the eligibility of candidates for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) or Lectureship (LS). Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) are awarded each year by CSIR to those holding MSc or equivalent degree, with minimum 55% marks.
As you all know that both CSIR NET & UGC NET Exams are conducted for recruitment of JRF and Assistant Professors. But CSIR NET JRF is conducted only for Science Students, if you are not a science student then you should try for UGC NET JRF Exam. UGC NET Exam is conducted in 100 subjects, where CSIR NET JRF Exam is conducted only in 5 subjects.

List of CSIR NET Exam Subjects

  1. Chemical Science
  2. Life Science
  3. Physical Science
  4. Mathematical Science

Career opportunities after clearing CSIR NET JRF Exam.

After Qualifying CSIR NET Exam,
  • You can take Admission in Ph.D. programs.
  • CSIR offers travel assistance to any deserving bright young Indian Research Scholar working in an academic or research institution in India for participating in Conferences, Symposia, etc. held abroad.
  • You can join any of 38 institute depending upon your interest as a Technical Staff, Junior Scientist (B grade) or PhD Student.
  • If you have a good NET Score, then you can also apply for other labs & Institutes.
  • You can join as an assistant prof. at any college.
  • Besides the labs of CSIR you can join the labs of DRDO.
  • If you are interested in Government Sector then you can also join - BARC, IGCAR, ISRO.

This Exam is divided into 3 sections – Part A, Part B and Part C.

  • It is the common paper for all Subject candidates.
  • MCQ type questions are asked in it.
  • basic Questions related to General Science, Quantitative Reasoning & Analysis and Research Aptitude are asked in it.


  • MCQ type questions are asked in it.
  • which subject you have selected, Related questions are asked in it.

  • MSQ (Multiple Select Questions) are asked in it.
  • Part C checks one's control over his/her nerves.
  • Difficulty level is high.

I hope It will help you to know more about CSIR NET JRF. But still if you have any queries, then feel free to ask in comment section.

Thursday, 11 January 2018



UGC NET Exam is conducted for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for the Eligibility for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Assistant Professor both in Indian Universities and Colleges. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be conducting the National Eligibility Test (CBSE NET) on behalf of the University Grants Commission. The UGC NET is conducting for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for the Eligibility for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship and eligibility for Assistant Professor, in Indian universities and colleges.

Junior Research Fellowship / Eligibility for Lectureships (UGC NET JRF)

Candidates qualifying for the award of Junior Research Fellowship will be eligible to receive fellowship of UGC under various schemes, subject to their finding placement in universities/IITs/institutions. The validity period of the offer is two years w.e.f. the date of issue of JRF Award Letter. However, in case the candidates who have already joined MPhil/PhD, the date of commencement of fellowship shall be from the date of declaration of NET result or date of their joining, whichever is later

The Test will consist of three papers. All the three papers will consist of only objective type questions.
Paper-I shall be of general nature, intended to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. It will primarily be designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate. Sixty (60) multiple choice questions of two marks each will be given, out of which the candidate would be required to answer any fifty (50). In the event of the candidate attempting more than fifty questions, the first fifty questions attempted by the candidate would be evaluated.
Paper-II shall consist of 50 objective type compulsory questions based on the subject selected by the candidate. Each question will carry 2 marks.
Paper-III will consist of 75 objective type compulsory questions from the subject selected by the candidate. Each question will carry 2 marks..
All questions of Paper-II and Paper-III will be compulsory, covering entire syllabus (including all electives, without options).
The candidate will have to mark the responses for questions of Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III on the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) sheet provided along with the Test Booklet.

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Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Gate Classes in Lucknow

Gate Classes in Lucknow

If you looking for Gate Classes in Lucknow, then you are the right placed. Koshika Academy offer the best Gate Coaching Program to help students for GATE Exam. We takes care of your overall preparation for the GATE Exam as well as other Competitive Exams. We offer best Coaching module with under the expert faculty. We focus on training for GATE that significantly increase the students chances of success. We are focused on quality and value education which make you really ready for Gate competitive exam.
The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is a premier examination for securing admission into higher education programmers, commonly referred to as Masters, at Technical and Research institutions. The purpose of GATE is not just to conduct test for seeking admissions but also to identify the potential engineers in various disciplines and assist them in choosing their areas of research to pursue. The GATE score is also used by some PSUs for their recruitment. Examinations for all the papers will be conducted as Computer Based Tests only. Our faculties are GATE toppers- graduates of IITs / IISc and subject experts. We teach basic fundamentals in the classroom. Our focus is to develop the “basic concepts” of the students and make them to “solve high standard GATE Problems” in short span of time.

Gate Coaching in Lucknow for Biotechnology
Gate Biotechnology Coaching Institute in Lucknow