Here is all you want to know before appearing in the national entrance examination for engineering.
GATE 2023: The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is a nationwide entrance exam that measures applicants' broad knowledge of a variety of undergraduate engineering, technology, architecture, science, and business courses. Seven IITs and IISc Bangalore jointly organize it (Delhi, Kanpur, Bombay, Kharagpur, Roorkee, Madras, and Guwahati) The exam is being administered by IIT Kanpur this year.
Examination dates of GATE 2023
The timetable for the year 2023 of GATE 2023 Examinations is out now. The exams will be conducted on the 4th, 5th, 11th, and 12th of January 2023. The applicants can have access to the admit cards from 3rd January 2023.
Things to remember about GATE 2023
More than 200 Indian cities will host the GATE 2023 examination. 8 zones are present. There are 36 cities in the IISc Bangalore zone, 37 in the IIT Bombay zone, 18 in the IIT Delhi zone, 22 in the IIT Guwahati zone, 15 in the IIT Kanpur zone, and 27 in the IIT Kharagpur zone. There are 21 cities in the IIT Roorkee zone and 42 cities in the IIT Madras zone.
Due to operational problems, Ambajogai in the IIT Bombay zone was dropped.
The cities the candidates choose must all be in the same zone and may total up to three.
Eight international cities were scheduled to host the exam, however, seven of them backed out for logistical concerns. Male (Maldives), Port Louis (Mauritius), Singapore, Dhaka (Bangladesh), Kathmandu (Nepal), and Thimphu are the seven cities.
The exam will not be administered in Dubai, the seventh international testing site, between February 5 and 12. Exams for the BM, CY, EC, EE, ES, and XH papers were set for February 5, while tests for the CE1, CE2, MN, and ST papers were scheduled for February 12.
Under no circumstances will candidates be permitted to enter the exam room after 30 minutes have passed after the commencement of the test. Candidates who arrive after the exam has begun will not be given any more time.
Candidates won't be permitted to leave the exam room while it is being administered; instead, they can only do so after the "scheduled end of the examination."
The Paper pattern of GATE 2023
General Aptitude (GA), which is a requirement for all GATE 2023 examinations, is worth 15 marks out of a possible 100, and the remaining 75 marks will be allocated to the relevant syllabus (85 marks). The computer-based test lasts for three hours.
There are three different kinds of queries:
- Multiple-choice questions
- Multiple-select questions
- Questions requiring numerical responses
A total of 65 questions will be asked, with 10 for general aptitude and 55 for the subject you are taking. For MCQs, there will be negative markings; for MCQs worth 1 mark, 13 marks will be taken away; for MCQs worth 2 marks, 23 marks will be taken away. The MSQ and NAT will not receive a failing grade.