GATE Civil Engineering Notes [PDF] – Made Easy / ACE Academy GATE Civil

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GATE is an exam that tests your understanding of a particular subject in science and engineering. A simple trick to crack GATE Civil Engineering is by understanding all the subject’s concepts, by preparing GATE Civil Notes.

If you are thorough with your concepts, and with sufficient practice, cracking GATE Civil Engineering will become a piece of cake.

Which is why I told you, it’s not that hard how it actually looks. Any One Can Crack GATE Civil. And, Yes Anyone !!!

But the main question that comes to mind is –

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How to be thorough with the concept?
Which Book should I choose?
What should be my study pattern?
Which Subject should I study first?

The answers of all the above questions are simple,

  • Firstly, you need a Good GATE Civil Engineering Book
  • Secondly, some Good GATE Civil Engineering Notes

We have added some GATE Civil Engineering Notes, subject-wise, which will surely help you in your GATE preparation for your GATE Civil Engineering Exam. You can download these GATE Civil Notes for Free.



GATE Civil Engineering Handwritten Notes


Structural Analysis


Strength of Material


Environmental Engineering


Fluid Mechanics


Transportation Engineering


Surveying


RCC


Irrigation & Hydrology


Steel Structures


Highway Engineering

Highway Engineering – GATE Civil
No. Link
1 Highway Engineering Notes – HE (Made Easy) | GATE / IES

Soil Mechanics

Soil Mechanics – GATE Civil
No. Link
1 Soil Mechanics Notes – SM (Made Easy) | GATE / IES

Railway Engineering

Railway Engineering – GATE Civil
No. Link
1 Railway Engineering Notes – RE (Made Easy) | GATE / IES

Geotechnical Engineering

Geotechnical Engineering – GATE Civil
No. Link
1 Geotechnical Engineering Notes – GE (Ace Academy) | GATE / IES

GATE Civil Materials added above are for information purpose only, and are completely free. If you find these materials useful and want to join these coaching institutes whose study material we have provided, you can check their official site for more guidance related to GATE / IES Course.


Some Tips from the Author for GATE

  1. Set Your Goal
    • Think What you want ? – A Job or Future Study? & accordingly, start your study.
  2. Always Do Smart Work
    • ( Look out for Previous Year QPs, What concepts were asked? What type Of questions? )
    • And Yes, previous year questions are never repeated in your GATE Paper, BUT, concepts always repeats.
    • Focus on your concepts.
  3. Never Prepare for GATE as a Secondary Option
    • Try to focus on one thing only, I mean whatever you want to do, if its something else you are interested in, THEN, do that thing.
    • (In Short, Do What You Love, Follow Your Passion).
  4. Watch videos of previous year topper
    • Here I want you all to focus on their Strategies, What Time-Table they prepared? How did they prepared? What Books did they refer to? Every possible information you can get.
    • Always, WRITE THEM DOWN.
  5. Make your PEN/PENCIL & A BOOK your best friend
    • Make it a Habit of preparing notes, while studying. ALWAYS!
  6. Don’t Be Stressed
    • Even if you find it difficult. Always remember, it is only difficult because it may be hard to understand at first, but read it for 2nd time, 3rd time, even do a 4th time reading, watch videos, surf the net, ask your professors. And you know what, I bet you, there’s nothing in the world that you won’t be able to understand, no matter how hard it was.
  7. One Last Thing
    • Just Stay Calm, there’s a quote for you all,
      ” I Hated Every Minute of Training, but I said, “Don’t Quit. Suffer Now And Live The Rest Of Your Life As A Champion “ — MUHAMMAD ALI

      So whenever you ask yourself, “Why Am I Studying”, then remember the above quote, because, Suffer the Pain of Studying Now and Enjoy The Benefits of A Good Score for the Rest Of Your Life.

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