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Check out the GATE 2024 Response Sheet and Subject-wise Mark Distribution at gate2024.iisc.ac.in

The GATE 2024 examination was conducted on February 3, 4 and February 10, 11 at various test centers across the country.

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IISc will release the response sheet for the Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE 2024) today. To calculate the probable score secured for admission to engineering, technology, science, architecture, and humanities courses offered by IITs and IISc, one can use the GATE answer sheets of the individual candidates who appeared in the exam.

The GATE 2024 examination was conducted on February 3, 4 and February 10, 11 at various test centers across the country. According to several candidates, the question papers were moderate to challenging in comparison to previous years’ papers.

Aspirants will be able to raise objections against the GATE answers published on Wednesday, February 21. The GATE results for 2024 will be announced on March 16 based on the final answer key.

GATE 2024 distribution of marks

The test papers carried a total of 100 marks – 15 marks were devoted to general aptitude (GA) and the remaining 85 to the subject chosen by the candidate. Please find below the subject-wise distribution of marks.

Paper Code General Aptitude

(GA) Marks

Subject: Compulsory

Section Subject: Optional Section(s)

Aerospace Engineering (AE),

Agricultural Engineering (AG),

Biomedical Engineering (BM), Biotechnology (BT),

Civil Engineering (CE),

Chemical Engineering (CH), Computer Science (CS),

Electronics and Communication Engineering (EC),

Electrical Engineering (EE),

Environmental Science and Engineering (ES),

Instrumentation Engineering (IN),

Mechanical Engineering (ME), Mining Engineering (MN),

Metallurgical Engineering (MT),

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (NM),

Petroleum Engineering (PE),

Production and Industrial Engineering (PI),

Textile Engineering and Fibre Science (TF):

Subject marks in these papers include questions on Engineering Mathematics (13 marks), which are paper-specific.

15

85

Chemistry (CY),

Data Science and AI (DA),

Ecology and Evolution (EY),

Mathematics (MA),

Physics (PH),

Statistics (ST)

15

85

Architecture and Planning (AR): Part A is common and compulsory.

Part B1/B2 can be selected during the exam.

B1 – Architecture

B2 – Planning

15

60

25

Geomatics Engineering (GE): Part A is common and compulsory.

Part B1/B2 can be selected during the exam.

B1 – Surveying and Mapping

B2 – Image Processing and Analysis

15

55

30

Geology and Geophysics (GG): Part A is common and compulsory.

Part B1/B2 must be chosen at the time of application.

B1 – Geology

B2 – Geophysics

15

25

60

Engineering Sciences (XE): Section A (Engineering Mathematics) is common and compulsory. Applicants should select any two of the other sections during the exam.

15

15

2×35

Humanities and Social Sciences (XH): Section B1 (Reasoning and Comprehension) is common and compulsory. Applicants must select any one of the other sections at the time of application.

15

25

60

Life Sciences (XL): Section P (Chemistry) is common and compulsory. Applicants must select any two of the other sections during the exam

15

25

2×30

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