GATE 2023: The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, also known as GATE, is an entrance exam that is given at the national level and is designed to test the comprehensive understanding of students who have completed their undergraduate studies in various undergraduate subjects in Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Science, Commerce, or Arts and are applying to Master’s degree programmes. It is coordinated by the IISc Bangalore in collaboration with seven other IITs (Delhi, Kanpur, Bombay, Kharagpur, Roorkee, Madras and Guwahati) IIT Kanpur is in charge of administering the test this time around. Listed below are responses to some of the questions that are most frequently asked.
When are the GATE examinations in 2023 going to take place?
The dates February 4, 5, 11, and 12 will be reserved for the administration of the GATE 2023 examination.
When will those who have registered for GATE 2023 be able to obtain their admit cards?
On January 3, 2023, the admission card will be distributed to those who have registered.
When will we find out the results of the GATE 2023 competition?
The results are scheduled to be made public on March 16th, 2023. Beginning on March 21, 2023, the scorecard will be downloadable from this website. The results will be posted on the institution’s official website, which can be accessed at gate.iitk.ac.in.
What are the times that the GATE 2023 exam will be administered?
On each day of the GATE 2023 exam, there will be two sessions: the morning session will take place from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, and the afternoon session will take place from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
On which day will the presentation of which paper take place?
The morning shift on February 4th, CS
AR and ME for the afternoon shift on February 4
EE, ES, and XH will work the morning shift on February 5th.
BM, CY, and EC will be working the afternoon shift on February 5th.
Morning shift personnel on the 11th of February: GG, IN, MA, PE, XE, and XL
The following individuals will be working the afternoon shift on February 11: AE, AG, BT, CH, EY, GE, MT, NM, PH, PI, and TF.
CE1 and ST for the morning shift on February 12
The afternoon shift on February 12th, 2014: CE2 and MN
Where exactly will GATE 2023 be held if it does take place?
Over two hundred cities across India will play host to GATE 2023 examinations. There are eight different zones. There are 18 cities in the IIT Delhi zone, 22 cities in the IIT Guwahati zone, 15 cities in the IIT Kanpur zone, and 27 cities in the IIT Kharagpur zone. The IISc Bangalore zone has the most cities, with 36, followed by the IIT Bombay zone with 37. IIT Madras zone has a total of 42 cities, whereas IIT Roorkee zone has a total of 21 cities.
The Ambajogai project, which was part of the IIT Bombay zone, was terminated because of operational problems.
The candidates had the option of selecting up to three cities, but all of the cities had to be located in the same zone.
The examination was scheduled to take place in eight different cities across the globe; however, due to practical constraints, seven of those cities withdrew their participation. Dhaka, which is located in Bangladesh, Kathmandu, which is located in Nepal, Kuala Lumpur, which is located in Malaysia, Male, which is located in the Maldives, Port Louis, which is located in Mauritus, Singapore, which is located in Singapore, and Thimphu, which is located in Bhutan (Bhutan).
On February 5 and February 12, the examination will not be administered in Dubai, which is the eighth international centre. The examination for the BM, CY, EC, EE, and XH papers was scheduled to take place on February 5, and the examination for the CE1, CE2, MN, and ST papers was scheduled to take place on February 12.
How many different GATE papers does a candidate have the option to take?
Out of the 29 papers that were listed in the GATE 2023 brochure, a candidate had the option of selecting one or two papers to study.
What kind of paper will be given for the GATE 2023 exam?
The General Aptitude (GA) section is the same for all GATE 2023 papers and is worth 15 of the total possible marks. The remaining 85 marks of each GATE 2023 paper will be devoted to covering their respective syllabi (85 marks). The time allotted for the exam on the computer is three hours.
There are three categories of questions, which are as follows:
– Multiple choice questions
– Multiple select questions
– Questions requiring a numerical response type
There will be a total of 65 questions, 10 of which will test your general aptitude and the remaining 55 will be specific to the topic you are being tested on. Negative marking will be applied to the MCQs; for a question worth one mark, one-third of a mark will be deducted, and for a question worth two marks, two-thirds of a mark will be deducted. There will be no penalty points deducted for either the MSQ or the NAT.
During the actual exam, will the candidates have access to a rough sheet for performing calculations?
The candidates will always have access to a scribble pad during the application process. In the event that a candidate needs a second scribble pad, they will be required to hand in the initial pad. The candidates will see a digital representation of a scientific calculator on the screen of the computer. During the course of the exam, you may not use any kind of physical calculator.
Will candidates who register after the deadline be permitted to take the GATE 2023 exam?
Under no circumstances will an examination participant be permitted to enter the testing area after the initial start time has passed plus thirty minutes. Candidates who arrive late to the examination will not be granted any additional time in order to complete it.
Candidates will not be allowed to leave the examination hall while the exam is in progress; rather, they will have to wait until the “scheduled end of examination” before they can exit the room.