Entering The GATEway Of Success : GATE Achievers 2021 (Part-1)

Entering The GATEway Of Success : GATE Achievers 2021 (Part-1)

GATE is one of the premier exams in the country for every Engineering student. Opening the Gateway to PSUs, ISRO, BARC, Higher studies in IITs or foreign universities, making one eligible for stipends and many more opportunities. Qualifying GATE with a top rank has always been a sweet fruit to many hardworking students who gave in their all for this exam. 

National Institute of Technology, Rourkela has always been a place of enigmatic and hardworking students. And many students have added silver feathers to their cap achieving single and double-digit in GATE 2021. Team Monday Morning brings you the story of these achievers. Read on to learn more.

Mining Engineering

The Mining Department in NITR has always produced GATE achievers over the past few years. This year comes as no surprise as three students from the Mining Department have bagged a single-digit Rank in the prestigious GATE 2021 Exam. Team MM interacted with 3 GATE achievers from the department of Mining to know their success mantra in their own words.

Prabhu Prasad Rout  (AIR 2)

THE START OF THE JOURNEY

GATE was always my choice to test myself on the grounds of engineering knowledge. It is a national-level entrance exam for all engineering students. Talking of the preparations, I had started it since my 2nd year when I was introduced to my core branch subjects. But the Preparation gained momentum after September 2020 when I filled up my application form for GATE 2021.

PREPARATION STRATEGY

Talking of subsections, I prioritised my core subjects over the other two subsections, ie. Engineering Mathematics and Aptitude Section. I had categorised my books into Reference and Practice books. I referred to Kreyszig for Engineering Mathematics, and questions were not tough and were solvable. Since I had been preparing for my placements, I didn't have any issues with the aptitude sections. For the Aptitude section, I would advise everyone to go through websites like Indiabix and Pariksha. For my core subjects, I preferred reference books like

  • Elements of Mining Technology (Volume-1,2,3)
  • Mine Environment and Ventilation by G.B Mishra
  • Mine Surveying by BC. Punmia
  • Fundamentals and  Applications of rock mechanics by Deb and Verma

For Practice, I used A Complete Guide for Mining Engineers by A K Gorai and Previous year Gate Questions.

Although some new topics were introduced in this year's GATE syllabus, I got that covered from various sources like Mine portal and Mining Ebook. I also had a Mining dictionary that kept me updated with all the recent terminologies.

I would also personally Advise answering only those questions from the theory that is well within your boundary of knowledge. As said, our Mining subjects involved the usage of various unfamiliar terms, and, at times, this can attract negative marks.

Mock tests are an integral part of knowing your current progress. Owing to such practice papers, I got an idea of my strengths and weaknesses in each subsection and accordingly worked to improve my forte in each subsection. I purchased a test paper series from the Mine portal. But I would advise the GATE aspirants to follow the previous year GATE papers, preferably from 2018, because those papers are numerical oriented, which has been recently adopted as the new trend of questions. 

NITR: A HELP OR A HINDRANCE?

Yes, the revised Curriculum of NITR helped me a lot as it covered approximately 90-95 per cent of the total syllabus of GATE. The topics that had the highest weightage were Mine Surveying, Mine Ventilation And Rock Mechanics, which were taught in-depth by our departmental professors. 

ONLINE SEMESTER: A BOON OR A CURSE?

On the contrary, this online semester helped me to improve my gate preparations. It was a boon for me (chuckles) due to fewer distractions, which helped me devote more time to my GATE preparations. The only challenge that I faced was the lack of resources in our branch. Contrary to branches like Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, we have quite limited resources to refer to. I had divided the syllabus topic wise and tried to complete each topic in-depth within one week. I utilised 3-4 hours per day to reach my weekly goals. I majorly practised numerical problems per topic. 

PLAN B IF PLAN A DOESN'T WORKS

Although I was confident enough to crack GATE, which can be attributed to my regularity in class and clarity in concepts, I was preparing for placements too. So, after being placed at Vedanta Resources, I have decided to make my backup, not actually back up but a source of being engaged in Mining during the due course of getting recruited in some Public Sector Undertakings.

LOOKING AFAR TO THE FUTURE 

My future plan involves trying for a good PSU. As stated, only ONGC(Oil and Natural Gas Corporation) and NMDC(National Mineral Development Corporation) would be hiring students via GATE 2021. Seventy per cent weightage would be given to GATE 2021 score, and the rest would be evaluated via Group Discussion and Personal Interview. There is a CGPA cutoff for getting into a good PSU. Since Mining is a field job, having an internship definitely increases your chances of getting into a PSU. The internship I did at Tummalapalle Uranium Mine after completing my 2nd year helped me a lot in garnering insight into the field job.

WORDS TO THE WISE 

For the GATE aspirants, my major message would be to identify your basic reason for appearing in this exam, what you aspire for, where you stand at your current preparation level. Since, before two years, I have been an aspirant of the same, so I have many seniors like Sudipta Kumar Panda and Subhrajit Lenka, who were then the rank holders from our department who were an inspiration.

Amritesh Sinha (AIR 3)

THE START OF THE JOURNEY              

I joined the college in the mining department with a clear objective to join a core company, but being a dual degree student, the chances reduced significantly to get direct placement in a company. Therefore I started preparing for GATE, it being the only opportunity in the second year after being suggested by my senior Asutosh Kumar, who also secured rank seven this year. 

PREPARATION STRATEGY

My effective Preparation Started in June. For the beginners part, we referred to the book called 'Beginners Guide to Mining' by A K Gorai. Since the material published by any exam-oriented publications for our branch was quite less, I generally referred to the Standard books and reference books like Numerical Problems On Mine Ventilation by L.C Kaku for individual subject preparation. And for the last minute preparation, I got enrolled in a Mine portal test series, which was quite helpful.

OVERCOMING THE HURDLES

The First Major challenge was coping up with limited resources in the Lockdown. As all my books were left in the college, I had to read using the pdfs and online resources, which was quite a hindrance as I prefer hardcover textbooks for studies. The Second was overcoming peer pressure. Being a pre-final year dual degree student, I watched as most of my friends got placed. Being under positive peer pressure and a healthy competitive atmosphere, I started working hard to prove myself. 

NITR A HELP OR A HINDRANCE

The Curriculum of the mining department helped me in quite a few ways. When we were in the first year, 2-3 subjects were added in the syllabus, which was previously included in the GATE syllabus, like Mineral economics. This reduced the load to some point of reading the extra syllabus. A few professors are quite good, and their teachings helped me master the subject easily. The department's important topics were Rock Mechanics and Mining Ventilation, which comprises almost 25-30% of the questions.

ONLINE SEMESTER: A BOON OR A CURSE

The Online semester was a boon as it gave a lot of extra time since the time for commotion, gossip, and every other activity reduced to a great extent. Due to the extra time Studying was easier and time management was quite easy. Before January, My schedule was variable, and after my classes, I used to devote 3-4 hours regularly. In January, I started giving three online mock tests every day, which helped me greatly as it increased my speed and identified the weak points in the subject. This way, I managed to give 8-9 hours each day for GATE preparation with a mission of completing the test series. 

PLAN B IF PLAN A DOESN'T WORKS

Being a dual degree student, I had two chances from the start. So I was not losing anything as this year's GATE exam would make me eligible for a stipend. After the results from the mock tests, I was confident that I would qualify for the Stipend. And Even if I'm not qualified this year, I would be quite prepared for next year.

LOOKING AFAR TO THE FUTURE

As I already mentioned, I wanted a core job from the start and aimed for a coveted PSU. NTPC is one of the dream companies I aim to work in. There are only two PSUs that come to campus for dual degrees. 

For recruitment through GATE into PSU, almost 80% weightage is given to your GATE score and the rest for GD and interviews. Nonetheless, CGPA is important since, in placements, you require above 7.5. Internships are quite important in Interviews and make you aware of your future Job, which will boost your morale to prepare harder for that or clear your misconception about the Job. In my case, it worked as a great motivation after my internship at Coal India, which was a great experience and made me more interested in Mining. 

WORDS TO THE WISE

Make your Objectives crystal clear before stepping into the arena. Don't lose faith in yourself, and be confident about your aim. In the end, enjoy yourselves to the fullest. Remember to Practice enough mocks before Gate exams.

ASHUTOSH KUMAR (AIR 7)

THE START OF THE JOURNEY

I always wanted to join PSUs as a Mining engineer, and most of them(PSU) use GATE score. So I decided to take part in the GATE examination to achieve my dream. I started my Preparation in Dec 2019 and attempted GATE 2020 for the first time. I used this experience to boost my Preparation for GATE 2021. 

PREPARATION STRATEGY

  • First, I went through the latest GATE syllabus then started solving problems from the AK Gorai book. Initially, I started with an easy topic to build my confidence, then moved to a difficult section.
  • According to the syllabus, I revised the important topic, which needs more time. Then I started solving previous year's papers to test my skill and time management. It helped to increase my speed and accuracy. Before one week of GATE, I only revised the concepts.

A Complete Guide for Mining Engineers by A K Gorai is sufficient for GATE. Some of the topics are already covered in the regular semester. I practised the previous year GATE Questions 2007-2020 by Rupesh Kumar. 

I was not involved in any mock test series but attempted the free mock test provided by GATE, and it helped to test my speed and accuracy.

OVERCOMING THE HURDLES

Mining engineering has very few online video channels and fewer reference books that cover the GATE syllabus. Due to Lockdown, I covered only a few topics initially due to the unavailability of resources in my residence. After returning to campus, I boosted up my Preparation and managed to get a good rank.

NITR A HELP OR A HINDRANCE

The Curriculum helped me with some topics because most lectures and practicals helped in understanding the concepts. The professors have covered the problem solving and analysis part efficiently, which helped me to a greater extent. Some of the topics were covered by different books.

I had experience with GATE preparation, and I used the semester gap to prepare. I did not put much effort into the regular semester. Two months before the GATE exam, I followed a daily routine of Preparation since I did not have any lectures in the final semester.


PLAN B IF PLAN A DOESN'T WORKS

This was my 2nd attempt; I got AIR 84 last year, and so this year, I had a belief in me that I would be able to get a good rank.

LOOKING AFAR TO THE FUTURE

For now, I want to join a PSU. That is where I see myself maybe 5-10 years from now, so I'd stick to it currently.

CRACKING THE PSUs

Most PSUs have minimum eligibility criteria like CGPA/percentage above 60 or 65%. Internships are not compulsory. The recruiters shortlist students, according to Gate score, then call them for GD and PI. The Weightage for GD and PI are about 15-30%, which varies according to different PSUs, and the rest weightage is from the GATE score. If you are looking for PSUs from the NIT campus, you should also have a high CGPA and internship. The on-campus process does not require a Gate score.

WORDS TO THE WISE 

Stay calm and focus on your goal. Do hard work to achieve your goal. While attempting the paper, be confident and calm; it will help to achieve your target.

The next set of achievers have secured respectable ranks in the departments of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, and Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, respectively.

Electrical Engineering

Hamvir Dev (AIR 24)

THE START OF THE JOURNEY

I always had an inclination for appearing competitive exams like GATE, JEE - Mains. Although interested, I couldn't prepare well for this exam initially owing to semester pressure. But I had covered all the basic concepts of all subjects at that time. I utilised the time from September to February more towards GATE Preparation, where I practised a lot of numerical for the exam. This is how my Preparation for GATE kickstarted.

PREPARATION STRATEGY

Owing to our departmental professors, I had conceptual clarity in almost all the subjects taught during our semester. I brushed up all the concepts initially and practised a lot of numerical based questions. The three difficult main subjects of Electrical Engineering are Power Electronics, Power Systems and Electrical Machines. If one completes these three mentioned subjects, it would be easier to complete the rest of the subjects like Analog and Digital Electronics. For maths, I referred to the kreatryx channel, and for the Aptitude section, I practised various sets of questions. I referred Kreatryx youtube channel for conceptual clarity and practised questions from ACE academy books and the previous year GATE question papers. For the mock test series, I used the MadeEasy platform, which had various series like- chapter wise, All India series.

OVERCOMING THE HURDLES

The major challenge which I faced was that I started my Preparation late. Although I had my basic concepts clear, I still had a lot of concepts to learn. Moreover, I had to practise numerical based questions at that time. By the time I appeared in GATE 2021, I still had some of the concepts left to be covered, but luckily, it wasn't asked much in the exam.

NITR A HELP OR A HINDRANCE

Courtesy of the department curriculum, we had all the important subjects covered by our 3rd year. Moreover, our departmental professors taught all these subjects in-depth, who helped me get conceptual clarity, and I didn't have to start the concepts from basics. I just had to learn some new concepts and practice questions. All the core subject topics were taught by our departmental professors.

ONLINE SEMESTER: A BOON OR A CURSE

On the other hand, the online semester was quite helpful for me as it helped me devote more time to GATE preparation. There was no such pressure due to the online semester as we didn't have exams to prepare for. There were certain classes that I had to attend owing to the online semester. Apart from that, I devoted 7-8 hours to GATE preparation.

PLAN B IF PLAN A DOESN'T WORKS

GATE and IES were the dream exams for me since my first year. I am still in a dilemma to join the company I got via placements or a PSU via GATE. Since I don't have any intention for higher studies, I would end up in either one of them in the recent future. Although CGPA and internship don't have much weightage in the GATE exam, the recruiters might ask questions if you have any prior experience. The major factor that is necessary for getting a PSU job is the performance in GATE and the subsequent Interview Rounds.

WORDS TO THE WISE

My final message to all the GATE aspirants would be to start your Preparation early from 3rd year-end or from 4th year beginning as every year wouldn't be the same where you will be getting a lot of free time for Preparation. Try to practise numerical questions more rather than reading the theory part. Prefer giving fewer tests in the last month as it might cause a dip in the confidence level.

Electronics And Communication Engineering

Kurupati Sai Prithvi Teja  (AIR 27)

THE START OF THE JOURNEY

I always aimed for a core job from the start and was quite confident about the placements. But as the COVID scenario grew worse and Lockdown didn't seem to end, I started preparing for the GATE examinations in August to keep my doors open for placements as well as higher studies.

PREPARATION STRATEGY 

I started with Mathematics as it's one of the most basic and weight carrying subjects in the examination, following which I prepared the subjects revolving around maths as its base to make them my strength. In the starting months, I focused on extensive preparations, but I appeared for many mock tests in the last three months. I devoted more time to mock tests than preparations. 

For study resources, I used to study the standard books recommended by the professors. But a major chunk of my material was online resources. I used to study youtube videos and discussed them with my friends. I always focused on the concepts I got wrong for mock tests and used to study them again. 

OVERCOMING THE HURDLES

The major challenge was the lack of resources. Even though an ample amount of time was available for studying, I was unable to use it properly. The area I live in usually has a slow internet speed, which was a major drawback as I mostly studied online resources. To cope with that, I started studying in the late hours, from 11 PM to almost 1 AM. 

NITR A HELP OR A HINDRANCE

The Curriculum developed helped me a lot in my preparation for the GATE exams. Most of the Subjects and basics are covered on the syllabus. The professors and Preparation classes for semester exams helped me develop my basics for the exam. For a student like me who prepared for the exam in 6 months, being taught by such good professors was a boon that made my concepts strong, and I could focus on my weak subjects to get a decent score.

ONLINE SEMESTER: A BOON OR A CURSE 

The online semester was a bit tough for me, along with the minor subject. Most of my weekends were devoted to solving the assignments. I had three labs online, which also took a major chunk of my time. Nevertheless, I managed to prepare accordingly to the plan. I didn't have a fixed schedule for a day. I used to Study whenever I found time and also spent days without studying even a bit. 

PLAN B IF PLAN A DOESN'T WORKS 

If GATE didn't work out, I had planned to take a break for a year and prepare for other exams like ESE, ISRO and BARC. But fortunately, that case won't arise for now.

LOOKING AFAR TO THE FUTURE

I have applied for M.tech programs in IISc, IIT Madras and IIT Bombay since I want to pursue higher studies. I haven't applied for any of the PSU's since I want to study and explore furthermore.

WORDS TO THE WISE

Be strong with the basics of your subjects. And solve previous years along with giving mock tests as only Preparation isn't sufficient. In the end, always look out for opportunities and be confident about your preparations.

Department of Metallurgical And Materials Engineering

Jai Sai (AIR 70)

THE START OF THE JOURNEY

When I was going through my third year, I became more enthusiastic about my department's core subjects. Later I came to know the importance of metallurgical and material sciences in the present-day scenarios. This has pulled me towards pursuing higher studies in the metallurgical and material science area, and it has finally paved me to attempt the GATE 2021 examination for pursuing M.Tech in India's premier technical institutes. Finally, I started to prepare for GATE 2021 from my 6th semester. 

PREPARATION STRATEGY

I started preparing for GATE from my 6th semester. Initially, I collected sections that were important with respect to GATE. Since most of the important topics with respect to GATE were covered in the 5th and 6th semesters, I started to recollect them in my 6th semester. 

After my 6th semester, due to the pandemic, I spent nearly up to one year in my home like others. This has been a major advantage for me, as pandemic had initially provided me with an ample amount of time. I utilised this time in reinforcing my knowledge in certain important topics of GATE, where I was weak initially. During those holidays, I used to make notes of those topics where I was weak and gradually revised two topics per week. After collecting all the information required, I started to boost my Preparation. I used to take three different topics, revise them, and work on them in a week. In this way, I took nearly two months per complete revision of metallurgical sections required for GATE.  

  • For the process metallurgy section, I read from the slides itself, which our professor provided for most of the sub-topics except non-ferrous, where I wrote separate notes from NPTEL lectures "NON-FERROUS EXTRACTIVE METALLURGY" by Prof. H. S. Ray during pandemic time as I had left my previous notes and reference in the hostel. Apart from the slides, I started practising NPTEL Assignments which helped me a lot in numerical questions.
  • For the Manufacturing Section, I read forging, rolling, extrusion, wire and deep drawing from the book "MECHANICAL METALLURGY" by George E. Dieter. I used to practice numerical present in that book. Apart from that book, I used to follow the lectures of my professor in the 7th semester, which helped me a lot. For casting and welding, I developed notes from the NPTEL series.
  • For Thermodynamics and Kinetics, I read the first section of the book "EXTRACTION OF NON-FERROUS METALS" by H. S. Ray as it holds good information about various thermodynamic properties and metallurgical thermodynamics. I used to follow NPTEL Series "ADVANCED METALLURGICAL THERMODYNAMICS" by Prof. B. S. Murthy along with the above book.
  • For Transport Phenomena, I purely depended on the NPTEL series "TRANSPORT PHENOMENA IN MATERIALS" by Prof. Gandham Phanikumar, "TRANSPORT PHENOMENA" by Prof. Sunando Dasguptha (for radiation heat transfer) and made proper notes of it which helped me a lot during my Preparation. I also used NPTEL Assignments to work out numerical and theory-based questions.
  • For Electrochemistry and Corrosion, I used to follow the notes and slides provided by our professor along with the NPTEL series "ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION OF MATERIALS". by Prof. Kallol Mondal. I used to practice numerical from the assignments provided by NPTEL, which has helped me a lot for my Preparation.
  • For Physical Metallurgy, I went through our professor's notes, along with the book "MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING" by V. Raghawan. This book has good information regarding physical metallurgy, which can help metallurgy gate aspirants recall concepts in less time.
  • For Phase Transformation and Heat Treatment, I mostly utilised slides delivered by our professor as they were informative and helped me.
  • Coming to the Mechanical Metallurgy Section, I mostly utilised the book "MECHANICAL METALLURGY" by George E. Dieter, Assignments provided by our professor in the 6th semester and slides taught by our professor in the 7th semester.
  • For creep study, I have gone through the NPTEL lecture series. I have gone through the NPTEL series on "PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL METALLURGY" by Prof. R. N. Ghosh for dislocation stress fields and dislocation interactions. I practised assignments from his lectures which helped me in increasing my numerical solving capability throughout this section.
  • I have followed the "ENGINEERING FRACTURE MECHANICS" lecture series by Prof. K. Ramesh, which has given a good idea on this sub-topic for fracture mechanics. 
  • For characterisation, I have mostly depended on the slides and notes provided by our professor.

In most cases, I have utilised NPTEL and lectures delivered by our professors in our department as sources instead of books. Reading a book requires a lot of skill to understand the subject in less time. Hence I gave the least preference in choosing books as the primary source for my Preparation.

Apart from the assignments from NPTEL, I have taken two test series. One is from TESTYOURSELF, and the other is from EVERYTHING METALLURGY. Both test series are very nice. The quality of questions is good and near to the GATE level in both test series. I recommend opting for EVERYTHING METALLURGY test series as it is cheaper, and this test series involves so many topics where we can exercise. I used to give exams on both tests. After every exam, I maintained a note which contained solutions for questions that I had opted for wrong answers and the questions I had left. This kind of note will certainly help us recollect our mistakes and prevent us from committing such mistakes again. 

OVERCOMING THE HURDLES

There were quite a few challenges I faced during my Preparation. When our 7th semester started, I found it very difficult to prepare for GATE in parallel with the ongoing semester. Because of assignments, class tests, lab tests, I had to spend time more completing such tasks. Along with this, initially, I didn't have proper notes for each topic. Making notes consumed a lot of time, and when the semester began, I had very little time to make good notes and use them for GATE preparation.  

NITR A HELP OR A HINDRANCE

Frankly speaking, the Curriculum of NITR for our department helped me to a decent extent for my Preparation but not to the best extent. Some of the important topics like Transport Phenomena were introduced in our Curriculum for the first time from our batch. So it was difficult for a professor to handle such a new topic to teach. So because of such misfortune, we were not able to get a good idea regarding Transport Phenomena. 

Another area where I feel our Curriculum is lacking is regarding the Manufacturing Process Section. This section consists of broadly mechanical working, casting, welding and powder metallurgy subdivisions where all are important for GATE. Each of these four subdivisions takes at least 25 to 30 lectures to provide good knowledge in this area. But for our Curriculum, mechanical working and powder metallurgy were clubbed together as a single course, and it merely contains 30 lectures that had led to missing some important topics for GATE. Main topics like Casting were not present in our Curriculum, which was a major disadvantage. Welding was introduced in the 8th semester, which was not fully utilised for GATE as the exam was in February. 

Except above two sections, the rest like Phase Transformation and Heat Treatment, Process Metallurgy, Corrosion and Electrochemistry, Characterisation of materials were taught well and helped me a lot in my Preparation.

ONLINE SEMESTER: A BOON OR A CURSE 

During times of the online semester, I used to have my time from early morning to noon for my theory classes and laboratory classes. From evening onwards, I dedicated my entire time to the GATE examination, writing necessary notes, attending mock tests and tests from test series.

Sometimes I used to stay up to 2.00 AM if I had any lab or theory assignments completed. This created a lot of trouble, but still, I went to move on as others did. Life of mine was more drastic during class tests or lab tests as I have to dedicate more time to score good marks to maintain my CGPA. 

PLAN B IF PLAN A DOESN'T WORK 

I never thought of any backup plan while preparing for GATE because I was confident that at least I can secure a rank below AIR 100 to get into premier institutes for MTech. So I just concentrated on the GATE examination and never had any plan of backup.

LOOKING AFAR TO THE FUTURE

My future plans are to pursue MTech in India's premier institutes for materials science, later going for a PhD in an abroad university and become a PhD holder in my favourite area.

WORDS TO THE WISE

I would like to take this opportunity to convey to all metallurgical aspirants that always do not expect everything from our Curriculum. Generally, the Curriculum consists of some interdisciplinary courses at the expense of some conventional courses, which may not help GATE but helpful for other purposes. The Curriculum is not only based on GATE but also on other factors too. So always be ready for your self - Preparation. Ensure that you are carrying an ample amount of notes for each topic present in the GATE syllabus. If anyone found any difficulty finding numerical for any topic, better go with assignments provided by NPTEL as they are free of cost and very informative. Always make error notes for your tests which will help you in your Preparation. Also, do not go through books for the entire GATE Preparation as it eats your time, and these books are so informative that they may confuse with simple ones. Try to use short and sufficient sources.

One more important thing is aptitude. Practice aptitude the best you can because aptitude decides everything. I lost six marks in aptitude despite easy questions in this GATE 2021. It has cost me a lot, or I would have secured a better rank than what I hold. So never underestimate aptitude and always be ready with this section along with the metallurgical section. Try to dedicate ample time to this section.

Other notable GATE 2021 Achievers from the Department of Metallurgical And Materials Engineering are Sourav Kumar Sah (AIR 88) and Shwetanjali Markam (AIR 117).

Team MM wishes all the achievers the best of luck in their future endeavours!

Stay tuned to Part-2 of this article, as we bring another set of GATE 2021 Achievers in our next issue!

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