GATE 2021 results out on the official site now
GATE 2021 results out At its official website, gate.iitb.ac.in. The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay has announced the cut-off or qualifying marks needed for each paper in the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2021. CE received the highest overall score of 95.56 out of a possible 100. Only 8.42 percent of candidates qualified for the ST paper, which had the lowest pass percentage. Overall, 17.82 percent of those who took the exam passed. Individual papers have a range of qualified candidates ranging from 8.42 percent to 29.54 percent. Male candidates account for 98,732 of the total qualified candidates for the exam , while female candidates account for 28,081.
Between March 30 and June 30, 2021, the official Scorecard can be downloaded from the GOAPS portal. Once the scorecard window is open, candidates will be able to review their individual scores in detail. Scores from the exam will be valid for three years. Candidates should apply for MTech courses and jobs at PSUs based on their GATE score. Candidates can apply for MTech courses at IITs, IISc, and other institutions based on their GATE score. The GATE score can also be used to get a job in a public sector organisation. The score is good for three years.
Those who pass the GATE exam may be eligible for financial assistance in the form of scholarships and assistantships. Candidates must first gain admission to a programme at one of the central government-supported institutes, through a process that varies by institute. GATE performance will be given a minimum of 70% weightage in the selection process, with the remainder going to the candidate’s performance in the test/interview and/or academic record. GATE 2021 was held on the 5th, 6th, 7th, 12th, 13th, and 14th of February. This year, the exam underwent many changes, including the addition of two new exams: environmental science and engineering and humanities and social sciences. This year, all of the subject syllabi were revised. The paper pattern was also altered to include a variety of select-type questions. Those in their third and subsequent years were also permitted to take the exam. GATE was also expanded to include students from the commerce and arts streams, rather than just engineering students.