GATE Instrumentation Engineering Cut-off (IN) 2023


GATE IN Cut-off is the minimum mark required by the students of Instrumentation Engineering to be able to qualify for the GATE exam. The cut-off keeps changing every year as it is dependent on many factors.

This article will give you complete information regarding the GATE Instrumentation Engineering Cut-off 2023 along with the previous years’ trends.

GATE IN Cut-off 2023

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The cut-off is the minimum marks required to qualify for GATE Examination which is decided by the conducting authority as per the various factors such as:

  • The number of students appearing for the GATE Examination,
  • Seats Available,
  • Marks obtained by the candidates in the examination,
  • The difficulty level of the examination, and
  • The total number of seats available in the selected colleges.

Cut-off for GATE IN 2021

Paper Name General OBC SC/ST/PWD
Instrumentation Engineering (IN) 36 32 25

Cut-off for GATE IN 2020

Paper Name General OBC SC/ST/PWD
Instrumentation Engineering (IN) 34.6 31.1 23.0

Cut-off for GATE IN 2019

Paper Name General OBC SC/ST/PWD
Instrumentation Engineering (IN) 34.6 31.1 23.0

IIT Kharagpur is responsible for calculating cut-off marks for deciding how many students have qualified GATE Examination. The conducting authority prepares a merit list on the basis of cut-off marks and marks scored by the candidates in the GATE Examination. This merit list tells how many students will sit in the counseling process or in the admission process.

GATE IN Cutoff for Previous years ( 2013-2018)

Years General OBC SC/ST/PH
2018 37.1 33.3 24.7
2017 34.60 31.10 23.00
2016 31.6 28.4 21
2015 25.45 22.9 16.96
2014 25 22.5 16.67
2013 25 22.5 16.67

GATE IN Cutoff 2017 for IIT Delhi

S.No Specialization General OBC SC ST PH
1. Instrumentation


≥650 ≥600 ≥400 ≥400 ≥400


This article gives you in-depth detail about the cut-off trends of the GATE IN 2023 exam paper along with its analysis and previous years’ trends.

It helps to understand the pattern and the difficulty level too. Moreover, the cut-off pattern helps the candidate to know the minimum score requirement.

Hence, do not skip analyzing this part during your preparation.

Good luck!

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