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    ENGG SOLUTIONS is an industry-cum academics based institute which makes the student Industry- ready. It dates back to the year 2002 when it was started by a group of professionals. The team is lead by Prof Slariya basically a Mechanical Engineer did his M.Tech from Punjab Engg College, Chandigarh and had been Research Fellow at IIT- Delhi. A Member with Institute of Engineers(India) he carries a solid experience from Corporates like Larsen & Toubro and Wipro Ltd. His passion for studies and teaching did not let him continue to work with these blue chip companies and is also Author for GATE Mechanical Book by McGRAW-HILL . There are various reasons to opt for ENGG Solutions for GATE coaching in Chandigarh.

    1. The team is led by Prof Slariya, who is author for McGRAW HILL for GATE Mechanical book making it the right choice amongst students for GATE Coaching Institutes in Chandigarh for GATE MECHANICAL COACHING.
    2. ES believes in working at micro levels and the entire syllabi for GATE MECHANICAL/IES/PSU(MECH), has been divided into four different categories. All these are taken up separately by different subject experts who had been quite instrumental for GATE Training at Chandigarh.
    3. Subjects are taught considering basics in view and gradually level is lifted so that student is able to solve problems himself/herself.
    4. Students are graded on the basis of 2 national level mock online tests. Test is also open for students who are not even enrolled with us and will certainly be beneficial for students availing GATE Training in Chandigarh.
    5. Regular/ Weekend/ Online classes (2 way video conferencing)
    6. Regular/ Weekend/ Online classes (2 way video conferencing)
    7. Students are graded on the basis of 2 national level mock online tests. Test is also open for students who are not even enrolled with us and will certainly be beneficial for students availing GATE Training in Chandigarh.
    8. Subjects are taught considering basics in view and gradually level is lifted so that student is able to solve problems himself/herself.