Admission cards for the Graduate Engineering Aptitude Test (GATE) will be released today at gate.iitkgp.ac.in. The exam will take place from February 5 to 15 in two shifts. Entry for admission to PG courses at IIT, IISc, as well as a gateway to government jobs, will be held for 29 subjects, including two new subjects: Geomatics Engineering and Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering.
Candidates reporting for GATE are advised to get vaccinated prior to taking the exam. “The health and safety of our exam participants are of the highest priority. Due to the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, all dates mentioned on this website may change. In rare cases, the GATE 2022 exam may be postponed or canceled due to out-of-control situations. All candidates are advised to get vaccinated against Covid-19, “the official website said.
GATE Admission Card: How to Download
Step 1: Visit the official website, gate.iitkgp.ac.in
Step 2: Click on the Admission Card link
Step 3: login with credentials
Step 4: the admission card will appear, download
IIT Kharagpur, the exam organizing institute, previously announced the cancellation of Sonepat, Panipat and Idukki as exam cities. Which implies that the exams will not be carried out in these places. The list of cities and exam places for each student will be mentioned on the admission card. The GATE 2022 admission card will also have other instructions to follow on the exam, including dress code and Covid-19 protocol.
GATE is a three hour exam. Includes multiple-choice questions, numerical response type questions, and multiple-choice questions. The grade for each question will be different, from one grade per question to two grades. For each incorrect answer, a third of the marks associated with the question will be deducted.
A candidate can apply for a maximum of two jobs. Combinations must be selected from the approved list of combinations. The GATE score is valid for three years from the date of declaration of the result. It will be conducted in eight areas of India in computer-based test (CBT) mode.
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