GATE JobsGATE Recruitment 2020-21 | PGCIL, BPCL, IOCL, HPCL & Vizag Steel through GATE Score. Graduate aptitude test in engineering is a nationwide exam conducted for the admission in many reputed institutes for post graduation studies in engineering like ME, M.Tech, direct Ph.D and various other PG courses. This exam tests the comprehensive knowledge of the students in Engineering subjects and applications. It is known to be one of the toughest examinations for college admission. GATE rank and score is valid for three years from the date of the result publication. It is not just for college admission alone. IISC, IIT, TIFR, NIT, BITS Pilani, BIT Meshra, MLNR, IIIT, Anna University, Osmania University and many other leading universities and colleges around India take up GATE marks and rank as a criteria for admission. PSU recruitment through GATE also happens in many leading public sector companies in India. Power grid, IOCL, BPCL, COAL, ONGC, CEL, OPGC, PSPCL, MDL, BBNL, BARC, AAI, NHAI and L&T are a few companies that recruit based on the GATE rank and score.
Graduate aptitude test in engineering - Apply Online for jobs, from the list of public sector companies hiring through GATE score. Find the latest job updates here. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering is the all India examination to access subjects in engineering and science. Candidates have to apply online for GATE examination through the official site. Scanned and attested documents should be attached for successful registration. The admit card can be downloaded from the website and the candidates should carry the admit card and non-programmable calculator (if needed) to the examination center. The rules and regulations regarding what can be brought to the examination center can change based on the decision of the authorities. Thus, read the instructions regarding the examination in the registration form and the admit card.
GATE exam is for three hours. The question paper would contain 65 questions which carries 100 marks in maximum. The MCQ questions carry 1 or 2 marks with four options to choose from. The numerical answer questions contain 1 or 2 mark and there would be no options to choose from. The candidates have to type the answer in the virtual keypad.
The paper contains general aptitude questions involving analytical skills and language skill and, questions about the core subject. The papers carrying the codes AE, AG, BT, CE, CH, CS, EC, EE, IN, ME, MN, MT, PI, TF and XE would have 15% of marks allocated for Engineering maths, 15% for general aptitude and remaining for the core subjects. In case of AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH and XL, the general aptitude would take up 15% of the mark and the rest would be for core subjects.
The paper type depends upon the type of higher education you are planning to take up. The examination usually happens in December, January or February. The online enrollment starts three months prior to it. There are many forums for discussion about the type of questions that would appear in the exam. The GATE forum official handled by the authorities is also available for discussion.
The paper would have questions in any one of the following type.
a) To be solved based on the ability to recall important theories, facts, formulae, laws, principles and numbers.
b) To be solved based on the understanding of the basics and fundamental ideas.
c) To be solved by logical reasoning and simple computing
d) To be solved by using data, image, diagram and other analysis of two different data provided in the question.
The cut-off in GATE score for qualifying changes from one paper code to another.
2020-21 Registration has been started from 1st September 2020-21. GATE
(Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) is an national level entrance
exam for admission to PG courses in the field of engineering and
technology. Candidates can get admissions into M.Tech./Ph.D. programmes
in IITs , IISc, IISERs and other reputed institutions through GATE
score. Every year, GATE is organized by the seven zonal IITs and an IISc
on rotational basis. This year, GATE exam is conducted by IIT,
Guwahati. Apart from granting admission, the score of gate exam is also
considered as one of the criteria for recruitment to government and
private organizations working in technical fields. Aspirants can check
here complete details about GATE 2020-21 Entrance Examination.GATE 2020-21 Result:
GATE 2020-21 result will be published on the GOAPS portal of GATE website.
Result is likely to be announced on 17th March 2020-21. After the
declaration of result, GATE Score cards will be available for the
candidates who secure marks equal or more than the cut-off marks.
GATE 2020-21 Admit Card:
Admit card can be downloadable from the GOAPS website. It will not be
sent via email/post. The successfully registered candidates will be able
to download the GATE 2020-21 admit card on 5th January 2020-21. With the
printed copy of admit card, students also need to bring one
identification proof to the examination hall.
ID proof may be any of these: Passport, PAN Card, Voter ID, Aadhaar UID, Valid College ID, Employee
identification card or Driving License. From international students,
only valid Passport/ Government issued ID/College ID/ Employee ID will
be accepted as ID proof.
GATE 2020-21 Answer Key: GATE 2020-21 answer key will be released by the authority after the
completion of exam. It is expected that the exam will end in the second
week of February 2020-21. The authority will provide the answer key
separately for each discipline. Answer key challenge facility will also
open on payment of a nominal fee.
GATE 2020-21 Score Card:
The qualified candidates are provided with a GATE score card which has
the validity of three years from the date of announcement of result.
GATE 2020-21 score card reflects the candidate’s performance in entrance
test. The facility to download the score card will be available from the
last week of March 2020-21.
GATE 2020-21 Cut Off:GATE
Cut off marks will decide the candidate’s eligibility for admission to
IITs and IISc. It is the factor which decides whether candidates is
qualified in exam or not. GATE 2020-21 cut off marks varies stream-wise and
category-wise. The cut-off marks for reserved category candidates are
primarily low than the unreserved category candidates.
GATE 2020-21 Counselling:No
common counselling will be conducted by IITS for providing admission to
PG courses. Students have to apply individually to the IITs when the
admission notification will be released. NITs organizes the Centralized
Counselling for M.Tech. / M.Arch./ M.Plan. Admissions (CCMT). It is the
common counselling conducted by NITs every year. Counselling is purely
based on GATE 2020-21 scores