GATE Electronics and Communication Engineering 2021
This book has been prepared by a skilled team that specializes in training candidates for the GATE elections and is also a media expert. As a result, this book will serve as a one-stop solution for any GATE desire to cheat.
The book is divided into 8 units.
The acquisition is similar to the syllabus set for GATE and the topics are treated more broadly – starting from the basics and progressing in a step-by-step process supported by a large number of unresolved and unresolved issues.
Additional attention has been paid to presenting content in a practical and orderly way – simplifying the understanding of all topics.
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GATE Topic-wise Previous Years’ Solved Question Papers Electronics and Communication Engineering
The book provides a leading platform for GATE sponsors to practice and develop their required skills to get the best marks in the exam. Includes questions over the past 25 years’ GATE questions divided into topics supported by detailed solutions for understanding for all.
The book also represents the test analysis at the beginning of each unit that will provide a better understanding of the subject.
The questions in the chapters are categorized according to their grades, which is why they emphasize their importance.
This, in turn, will help students gain an idea of the pattern and weight of the questions posed in the annual GATE exam.