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GATE Exam 2023 : Dates [Released], Application Form, Exam Pattern, Cutoff, & More

LATEST UPDATES

  • The GATE 2023 examination will be conducted on February 4, 5, 11, and 12, 2023.
  • The registration for the GATE exam will open on August 30th. Click here to visit the official website.
  • The admit cards will be released on January 3rd, 2023. 

GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) is a national-level engineering exam, conducted by the IITs on a rotational basis. Through the GATE exam, candidates can be admitted to M.Tech/Ph.D. programs offered by IITs, IISc, IISERs, and other government and private institutions.

This year, the conducting authority is IIT Kanpur.

Through this article, the candidates will get complete information regarding the GATE 2023 examination.

Highlights

Exam Name GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) 2023
Conducting Body IITs on a rotational basis
Official Website www.gate.iitkg.ac.in
Mode of Examination Online – Computer Based Test
No. of Papers & Questions 29 | 65
Total Marks & Maximum Score 100 | 1000
Duration of GATE 2022 3 Hours
No. of Test Takers Over 9 lac
Use of GATE Score Card for Employment PSUs, Central Government and Government of India Organization
GATE 2022 Helpdesk 03222-282091 / 95

What is GATE Exam?

GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) is a national-level engineering exam conducted by the IITs on a rotational basis. Every year lakhs of candidates appear for this prestigious exam. IIT Kanpur will conduct GATE 2023.

The registration is open for interested candidates. Visit here

GATE Exam Dates 2023

The exam dates for the GATE 2023 Exam is given below:

Events Dates 
Opening of application registration August 30th, 2022
Registration Closes on September 30th, 2022
Dates of Exam February 4, 5, 11, and 12, 2023
Availability of admit card January 3, 2023
Release of answer key February 21, 2023
Announcement of Result March 16, 2023

GATE Application Form 2023

  • The Application Form was available in online mode only. GATE 2023 aspirants can fill out the application form from August 30th to September 30th, 2022.
  • The candidates were advised to take a printout of the application for future reference.

Documents to be uploaded while filling the GATE Application Form

  • Photograph
  • Signature
  • Certificate of qualifying degree
  • Category certificate, if applicable
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GATE Application Form Correction 2023

The necessary documents required for GATE 2023 Application Form Correction are as given  below:

Type of correction Documents to be accepted as proof for correction
Name of the Candidate 10th class/SSLC certificate, Voter ID, Passport, Aadhaar ID Driving License
Date of Birth Birth certificate, 10th class/SSLC certificate, Passport
Name of Parent/Guardian Voter ID, Passport, Aadhaar ID, Driving License
Qualifying Degree Degree certificate or Final year/Semester mark sheet or Certificate with seal and signature of HoD/principal/competent authority
Year of Qualifying Degree
Have you Graduated with the above Degree?

GATE Exam Pattern 2023

Check the latest GATE Exam Pattern 2023 listed below:

  • Number of Papers: GATE 2022 had a total of 29 papers. Candidates appeared for only one of the 29 papers as per their choice.
  • Mode of Examination: The examination mode was online only (CBT).
  • Exam Duration: The examination duration was of 3 hours.
  • Number of Questions: A total of 65 questions with a maximum of 100 marks were asked in GATE 2022.
  • Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) & Numerical Answer Type Questions (NAT) appeared in the GATE 2022 examination. For MCQ, 4 choices will be provided, while no options will be provided for NAT. Students were required to enter the real number in Numerical Answer Type Questions with the help of a virtual keypad.
  • Section Common in All GATE Papers: General Aptitude (GA) section is common for all papers. It contained a total of 150 questions with a maximum of 15 marks (5 questions of 1 mark and 5 questions of 2 marks)
  • New Section: In the paper of XE, a new section (H), namely Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, was included in 2017.
  • Marking Scheme: MCQ and NAT questions will carry 1 or 2 marks in all papers.
  • Negative Marking: For every incorrect answer, 1/3 marks will be deducted from the questions carrying 1 mark. Likewise, for questions carrying 2 marks, 2/3 marks will be deducted. No negative marking for Numerical Answer Type questions.

Exam Pattern for All Papers Except GG, XE, XL:

  • 25 questions of 1 mark each.
  • 30 questions of 2 marks each.
  • 10 questions from GA.

Exam Pattern for Paper GG:

  • Part A – 25 questions of 1 mark each. This part is common for all candidates.
  • Part B – 30 questions of 2 marks each. This part has two sections, Section-1 is of Geology and Section-2 is of Geophysics.
  • 10 questions from GA.

Exam Pattern for Paper XE:

  • Section A – Engineering Mathematics (Compulsory Section) – A total of 11 questions will be asked. 7 questions of 1 mark each and 4 questions of 2 marks each. It is common for all candidates.
  • Any two of XE sections from B to H – 22 questions. 9 questions carrying 1 mark and 13 questions carrying 2 marks.
  • 10 questions from GA.

Exam Pattern for Paper XL:

  • Section P – Chemistry (compulsory section) – It contains a total of 15 questions (5 questions of 1 mark and 10 questions of 2 marks).
  • Any two of XL sections Q to U – Total 20 questions (10 questions of 1 mark each and 10 questions of 2 marks).
  • 10 questions from GA.

GATE Eligibility Criteria 2023

The applicant must meet the GATE Eligibility Criteria 2023 to be able to apply for the exam. The eligibility criteria are as given below:

Required  Qualifying Degree Status of the Degree Year of Passing
B.E./B.Tech/B.Pharm 4-years B.Tech (after 10+2) in any stream or 3-years B.Tech lateral entry (after B.Sc./Diploma in Engineering/Technology). Final year candidates may also apply. Pursuing final year examination or completed 2023
B.Arch 5-years bachelor’s degree in Architecture Pursuing final year examination or completed 2024
B.Sc. Research/B.S. 4-years Bachelor’s degree in Science (post-diploma or after 10+2) Pursuing final year examination or completed 2023
M. Sc./M.A./MCA or equivalent Master’s degree in Science/Mathematics/Statistics/Computer Applications or equivalent Currently in the final year or completed 2023
Int. M.E/M.Tech (Post-B.Sc.) 4-years Post-BSc Integrated Master’s degree programs in Engineering / Technology Presently in 2nd/3rd/4th year or completed Any year
Int. M.E./M.Tech or Dual Degree (after Diploma or 10+2) 5-years Integrated Master’s degree program or Dual Degree program in Engineering/Technology Currently in 4th/5th year or completed 2024
Int. M.Sc/Int. B.S.-M.S. Integrated M.Sc. or Five years integrated B. S./M. S. program Pursuing final year examination or completed 2024
Professional Society Examination (equivalent to B.Tech/B.E./B.Arch) B.E/B.Tech/B.Arch equivalent examinations of Professional Societies, recognized by MHRD/UPSC/AICTE (e.g., AMIE by Institution of Engineers-India, AMICE by the Institute of Civil Engineers India) Completed section A or equivalent of such professional courses NA

GATE Exam Centres 2023

Exam centers are the venue where students need to attempt the GATE Examination. Each GATE zonal centre comprises GATE exam centres that come under its zone. The national level exam will be conducted across 203 cities of India and 6 cities in other countries abroad. The authority gives a facility to the candidates for choosing three centres.

GATE Zonal Centres IISc Bangalore

Below is the list of 30 GATE exam centres from the zone IISc Bangalore.

Ananthapuramu (AP), Angamaly (KL), Bagalkot (KA), Ballari (Bellary KA), Belagavi (Belgaum KA), Bengaluru North (KA), Bengaluru South (KA), Bidar (KA), Chikkamagaluru (KA), Davanagere (KA), Hassan (KA), Hubballi (Hubli KA), Hyderabad (TS), Kalaburagi (Gulbarga KA), Kannur (KL), Kasaragod (KL), Kolar (KA), Kozhikode (KL), Kurnool (AP), Malappuram (KL), Mangaluru (KA), Manipal (KA), Mysuru (Mysore KA), Palakkad (KL), Payyanur (KL), Port Blair (AN), Shivamogga (Shimoga KA), Thrissur (KL), Tumakuru (KA), Vatakara (KL) – (30 Cities).

GATE Zonal Centre IIT Bombay

Below is the list of 30 GATE exam centers from zone IIT Bombay.

Ahmedabad (GJ), Ahmednagar (MH), Akola (MH), Amravati (MH), Anand (GJ), Aurangabad (MH), Baramati (MH), Bhavnagar (GJ), Bhuj (GJ), Dhule (MH), Gandhinagar (GJ), Goa (GA), Jalgaon (MH), Kolhapur (MH), Latur (MH), Mehsana (GJ), Mumbai-Navi Mumbai-Thane (MH), Nagpur (MH), Nanded (MH), Nashik (MH), Pune (MH), Panvel-Raigad (MH), Rajkot (GJ), Ratnagiri (MH), Sangamner-Loni-Shirdi (MH), Sangli (MH), Satara (MH), Solapur (MH), Surat (GJ), Vadodara (GJ), Vasai-Palghar (MH) – (30 Cities).

GATE Zonal Centre IIT Delhi

Below is the list of 19 GATE exam centres from zone IIT Delhi.

Ajmer (RJ), Alwar (RJ), Bikaner (RJ), Faridabad (HR), Greater NOIDA (UP), Gurugram (HR), Hisar (HR), Indore (MP), Jaipur (RJ), Jammu-Samba (JK), Jodhpur (RJ), Kota (RJ), Leh (Ladakh), Mathura (UP), New Delhi (DL), Sikar (RJ), Srinagar (JK), Udaipur (RJ), Ujjain (MP) – (19 Cities).

GATE Zonal Centre IIT Guwahati

Below is the list of 21 GATE exam centers from zone IIT Guwahati.

Agartala (TR), Aizawl (MZ), Asansol-Durgapur (WB), Bokaro Steel City (JH), Burdwan (WB), Dhanbad (JH), Dibrugarh (AS), Dimapur-Kohima (NL), Gangtok (SK), Guwahati (AS), Imphal (MN), Itanagar (AR), Jorhat (AS), Kalyani (WB), Muzaffarpur (BR), Patna (BR), Purnea (BR), Shillong (ML), Silchar (AS), Siliguri (WB), Tezpur (AS) –(21 Cities).

GATE Zonal Centre IIT Kanpur

Below is the list of 14 GATE exam centers from zone IIT Kanpur:

Agra (UP), Aligarh (UP), Allahabad (UP), Bareilly (UP), Bhopal (MP), Gorakhpur (UP), Gwalior (MP), Jabalpur (MP), Jhansi (UP), Kanpur (UP), Lucknow (UP), Varanasi (UP), Sagar (MP), Satna (MP) –(14 Cities).

GATE Zonal Centre IIT Kharagpur

Below is the list of 26 GATE exam centers from zone IIT Kharagpur:

Baharampur-Murshidabad (WB), Balasore (OD), Berhampur (OD), Bhilai (CH), Bhubaneswar (OD), Bilaspur (CH), Cuttack (OD), Dhenkanal (OD), Eluru (AP), Hazaribag (JH), Hooghly (WB), Jamshedpur (JH), Kakinada (AP), Kharagpur (WB), Kolkata (WB), Machilipatnam (AP), Raipur (CH), Rajamahendravaram (Rajahmundry AP), Ranchi (JH), Rourkela (OD), Sambalpur (OD), Srikakulam (AP), Tadepalligudem (AP), Vijayawada (AP), Visakhapatnam (AP), Vizianagaram (AP) – (26 Cities).

GATE Zonal Centre IIT Madras

Below is the list of 41 GATE exam centers from zone IIT Madras:

Alappuzha (KL), Aluva-Ernakulam (KL), Attingal (KL), Chengannur (KL), Chennai South (TN), Chennai West (TN), Chirala (AP), Chittoor (AP), Coimbatore (TN), Cuddalore (TN), Dindigul (TN), Gudur (AP), Guntur (AP), Kadapa (AP), Kanjirapally (KL), Kanyakumari-Nagercoil (TN), Karimnagar (TS), Khammam (TS), Kodad (TS), Kollam (KL), Kothamangalam (KL), Kottayam (KL), Madurai (TN), Muvattupuzha (KL), Namakkal (TN), Nellore (AP), Nizamabad (TS), Ongole (AP), Puducherry (PY), Salem (TN), Suryapet (TS), Thanjavur (TN), Thiruvananthapuram (KL), Thoothukudi (TN), Tiruchirapalli (TN), Tirunelveli (TN), Tirupati (AP), Vellore (TN), Villupuram (TN), Virudhunagar (TN), Warangal (TS) – (41 Cities).

GATE Zonal Centre IIT Roorkee

Below is the list of 21 GATE exam centers from zone IIT Roorkee:

Ambala (HR), Amritsar (PB), Bathinda (PB), Dehradun (UK), Ghaziabad (UP), Haldwani (UK), Hamirpur-Una (HP), Jalandhar (PB), Karnal (HR), Kurukshetra (HR), Ludhiana (PB), Meerut (UP), Mohali-Chandigarh (PB), Moradabad (UP), Muzaffarnagar (UP), NOIDA (UP), Pathankot (PB), Patiala-Sangrur (PB), Roorkee (UK), Shimla-Solan (HP), Yamunanagar (HR) – (21 Cities).

GATE Exam Centres For International candidates

Below is the list of the exam centers of GATE for foreign nationals who want to participate in the GATE Exam. The candidates who will be appearing in GATE can fill the exam cities amongst the following GATE exam centers:

GATE Exam Centres for International Candidates

The candidates who apply for GATE as international candidates will be able to choose any one of the preferences from the cities abroad. Below is the list of 6 cities abroad under the zonal center of IIT Delhi:

S.No. GATE Exam Centres for International candidates
1 Abu Dhabi/Dubai (UAE)
2 Addis Ababa (Ethiopia)
3 Colombo (Sri Lanka)
4 Dhaka (Bangladesh)
5 Kathmandu (Nepal)
6 Singapore

GATE Syllabus 2023

GATE 2022 exam will be conducted for 29 (Streams) Papers. Each discipline syllabus was different. For good preparation, the students must know every topic from where the questions can be asked. The candidates could download the GATE 2023 Syllabus from the official site.

Previous Years GATE Statistics

Year Registered Appeared Qualified Qualified (%)
2016 971831 818850 135392 16.53
2015 927580 804463 121060 15.05
2014 1033625 889157 149694 16.84
2013 1200728 984855 136699 13.88
2012 777134 686614 108526 15.81
2011 612568 558480 96239 17.23
2010 460541 420596 59853 14.23

GATE Previous Years Question Paper and Answer Key

GATE Previous Year Question Papers and Answer Keys are a great way to practice for the exam as the candidates can get an idea regarding the syllabus, the difficulty level of the exam, the paper pattern, and many such important details.

GATE Admit Card 2023

Candidates can download the GATE Admit card 2023 from the GOAPS website from January 3rd, 2023. 

The conducting authority does not send the admit card via email/post. Those who successfully register for GATE will be able to download their hall ticket. It is always advised that the candidates take a copy of ID proof along with the admit card. ID proof could be any of these:

  • Passport,
  • PAN Card,
  • Voter ID,
  • Aadhaar UID,
  • Valid College ID,
  • An employee identification card or Driving License.
  • For international students,
  • Only valid Passport/ Government issued ID/College ID/ Employee ID will be accepted as ID proof.

GATE Paper Analysis

Paper Analysis is done in the aftermath of an examination. It is like a study on the paper that tells about the change in the trend and pattern of the examination from the previous year. It contains information such as the change in the number of questions, difficulty level, and weightage of questions from the previous year. Our team of experts has done an extensive analysis on the GATE Papers which is now available for the students to benefit from.

GATE Result 2023

GATE Results will be released on March 16th, 2023. The exam conducting authority will not send the results to students offline through any method like post or mail. Only the students who had successfully applied and appeared for the examination can check their results from the official website. They can download and see their result/scorecard by filling in their “Enrollment Id”, “Registration No.” & “Date of Birth” in the given download result link.

Check below GATE 2021 Toppers list in tabular form:

S. No Registration id GATE 2021 Paper Name of the Toppers Marks out of 100
I. AE20S47323015 Aerospace Engineering Bharath Kumar K 81
2 AG20S48015013 Agricultural Engineering Vikrant Chauhan 77
3 AR20S32020052 Architecture and Planning Kintan Shah 72
4 BM20S31218408 Biomedical Engineering Ganesh Shivajirao Kulkarni 41.67
5 BT20S38037020 Biotechnology Pranav Milind Deo 73.67

GATE Answer Key 2022

GATE 2023 Official Answer Key of GATE Exam for Forenoon and Afternoon shifts will be released on February 21st, 2023. The candidates can challenge the GATE 2022. The authority will release the Official Answer Key along with some of the coaching institutes like the GATE Academy, Made Easy, IES Master, etc. The authorities will release separate answer keys for every GATE Paper.

GATE Cut-Off 2023

GATE Cut-Off is the minimum mark to be eligible for admission to IITs and IISc. This is a factor in deciding whether or not has the candidates qualified for the exam. GATE cut-off marks vary stream-wise and category-wise. The cut-off marks are less for reserved category candidates as compared to the unreserved category candidates. The GATE cut off for the previous year  is given below:

S. No. Paper Name Paper Code Qualifying Marks
General OBC (NCL) SC/ST/PwD
1 Life Sciences XL 31.7 28.5 21.1
2 Civil Engineering CE 32.9 29.6 21.9
3 Electrical Engineering EE 33.4 30.0 22.2
4 Computer Science and Information Technology CS 28.5 25.6 19.0
5 Mechanical Engineering ME 34.0 30.6 22.6
6 Petroleum Engineering PE 39.8 35.8 26.5
7 Electronics and Communication Engineering EC 28.8 25.9 19.2
8 Chemical Engineering CH 35.7 32.1 23.8
9 Chemistry CY 26.7 24.0 17.8
10 Biotechnology BT 30.7 27.6 20.4
11 Engineering Sciences Minor XE 26.0 23.4 17.3
12 Textile Engineering and Fibre Science TF 37.1 33.3 24.7
13 Aerospace Engineering AE 27.2 24.4 18.1
14 Agricultural Engineering AG 26.3 23.6 17.5
15 Architecture and Planning AR 34.8 31.3 23.2
16 Ecology and Evolution EY 42.2 37.9 28.1
17 Geology GG 38.4 34.5 25.6
Geophysics GG 51.9 46.7 34.6
18 Instrumentation Engineering IN 34.6 31.1 23.0
19 Mathematics MA 25 22.5 16.7
20 Mining Engineering MN 32.7 29.4 21.8
21 Metallurgical Engineering MT 49.2 44.2 32.8
22 Physics PH 37.2 33.4 24.8
23 Production and Industrial Engineering PI 36.6 32.9 24.4
24 Statistics ST 25 22.5 16.6
25 Biomedical Engineering BM 25.0 22.5 16.6

GATE Preparation Tips 2023 [How to Prepare for GATE Exam]

GATE is one of the most competitive examinations that needs complete focus and a good understanding of basic concepts. To clear the exam, the candidates must have a thorough preparation. Here are some of the best tips for GATE Exam Preparation:

  • Identify and improve on your weak areas.
  • Get a personalized improvement plan & track your progress.
  • Collect previous question papers and solve them.
  • While solving the problems, students must have a balance between speed & accuracy.
  • Get a list of probable colleges based on the current preparation level.
  • Check the past year’s papers and exam analysis.
  • Make short notes while you study because it will be helpful during revision.
  • Write down Formulae that you find difficult to remember so that they are handy for revision.
  • Keep the solved problems and notes separately indexed so that you can refresh and revise later when required.
  • Create your own plan as you know what best works for you.
  • Take a nutritious diet.
  • Eat fresh vegetables and fruits.
  • Avoid junk food.
  • GATE Exam is not based on completing the syllabus for preparation; it is based upon completing and understanding the basic concepts.
  • If you found a problem taking too much time, you need to move forward to a new solution.
  • Candidates need to keep a balance between speed & accuracy.
  • Candidates need to divide their preparation time according to the topics/section they need to prepare like aptitude, fundamentals, attitude, concentration level, etc.
  • Always try to track your own performance and how you are prepared for the examination.

GATE Mock Tests 2023

GATE online mock test will assist you to boost your test preparations. It will further help you in understanding the actual test pattern. Moreover, it will help you in setting a benchmark against a large number of GATE candidates.

Hence, challenge yourself today with the GATE mock tests free of cost. We have listed the Best GATE Mock Tests below:

1. GATE Mock Test Series 2023 by Gradeup

If you are trying to score better in the GATE test, you can endeavor a free mock test for GATE MechanicalCivilElectricalElectronics, and Computer Science. The specialists who made the online test series have been managing candidates who are getting ready to take an engineering selection test and profited from the online test series. The GATE online test series is accessible on a solitary stage which will assist you with improving your scores and in breaking the GATE ME, CSE, ECE, EE, and CE test without any problem.

GATE Mock Tests by Gradeup

You can buy from here

2. GATE-2023 Online Test Series by MadeEasy

This series has the perfect combination of all the kinds of tests that a candidate would need to crack the GATE examination. They have test series for all the branches and provide some great features. Their interface is similar to that of the actual GATE exam and provides detailed solutions for every question for students’ reference. They also provide the facility to clear doubts directly through the experts and get video solutions from faculties.

GATE Mock Tests by Made Easy

You can buy from here

3. GATE Test Series – Premium by The GATE Academy

This series has a variety of tests available. They provide 500+ problems and solutions for all the subjects along with 1700+ problems and their solutions under 85+ Chapters. They also provide special discounts to meritorious students. They also have the facility to provide the post-GATE Guidance which guides the students on how to use their GATE score to get admission to the best college.

GATE Mock Tests by Gate Academy

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4. Online GATE Plus by GATE Forum

This test series gives a stage to candidates to help their GATE planning by benchmarking themselves against many genuine GATE applicants across the nation. The test consists of Numerical Answer Type questions (NATs) and Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). This online Test Series stage causes you to create certainty utilizing Full Syllabus Tests, through Section Tests, you can check detailed information for each segment in GATE Syllabus. Each Online Test is planned with colossal exertion to guarantee you get the chance to unravel excellent questions.

GATE Mock Tests by GATE Forum

You can buy from here

Best GATE Books 2022

The most effective way to prepare for an exam is to choose the best study material available.  Although there are endless books available in the market, books are what make or break the deal.

Additionally, it is important to follow a credible and reliable set of study material for your preparation. Do not build a stack of books and create unnecessary pressure. Instead, keep relevant books and revise them repeatedly.

Therefore, we have curated the best GATE 2022 Books list below:

1. GATE 2022 – Civil Engineering (33 Years Solution) by IES Master Team

As the name suggests, the book consists of the question paper as well as the solution of the past 33 years’ questions that have been asked in the GATE Civil Engineering examination. This is more than sufficient to give the student an idea about what kind of questions are asked in the GATE exam. By the end of studying from this book, you will be thorough with the complete syllabus as well as the paper pattern of the exam. The book is written in a very simple and easy-to-read manner. Many students have claimed this book as a “must-have” for every GATE aspirant. This book is priced at INR 850.

You can buy this book here.

2. A Handbook for Civil Engineering Paperback by ME Editorial Board

This is a bible for civil engineers who will be appearing in the GATE examination. Coming from the reputed house of Made Easy, this book is a complete guide for the GATE Civil Engineering exam. It consists of all the important formulae and theoretical concepts that are required for the exam. This is an all-inclusive book, and you don’t need to purchase any other book if you have this one. This book is a great option for students who want to revise the syllabus for the exam. The book is straightforward and easy to understand. This book is priced at INR 244.

You can buy this book here.

3. A Handbook for Electrical Engineering by ME Team

This book provides the zest of Electrical Engineering in a very brief manner so that the students can revise the formulae and important topics that are necessary to clear the exam. This book covers all the segments of the exam and all the topics covered in the book are presented in a very simple and easy-to-understand manner. This book is great for students who want to do a thorough revision and need solid guidance before the exam. This is a huge 692-page book and is priced at INR 283 for the paperback version.

You can buy this book here.

4. GATE 2020 – 28 Years’ Chapter-wise Solved Papers by GKP

As the name suggests, this book consists of the question papers as well as the solutions of all the papers that appeared in the GATE electrical examination for the past 28 years. This book will help the students understand the exam pattern and syllabus of the GATE exam. This book consists of papers from the year 1992 to the year 2019. With a detailed solution for every question and insights into each one of them, the students will be better able to prepare efficiently for the exam. The candidates can buy this book at the price of INR 372 for the paperback edition.

You can buy this book here.

5. A Handbook for Electronics Engineering by Made Easy Editorial Board

This book consists of all the formulae and important topics that are included in the GATE ECE syllabus. It helps the students in doing a very comprehensive preparation where no part of the syllabus is left unprepared. The specific presentation of the book will help the students grasp all the concepts very easily. It also consists of special notes with every topic that emphasizes the concepts and aids the students in understanding them quickly. Some quick tricks have also been introduced to save the students’ time. This book is priced at INR 250.

You can buy this book here.

6. Wiley Acing the GATE: Electronics and Communication Engineering by Nakul Maini Anil K. Maini, Varsha Agrawal

This book is written by eminent authors with excellent credentials. It provides a systematic approach towards completing the entire syllabus of the exam at both macro and micro levels. It builds the students’ problem-solving capacity by providing numerously solved and unsolved questions in the book. These questions cover all the topics of the syllabus and are organized according to their difficulty level so that the students can scale up their preparation as they go through the book. This book is priced at INR 752 for the paperback edition and INR 416 for the Kindle Edition.

You can buy this book here.

Check Complete list of GATE 2023 Books Here

GATE Selection Process 2023

IIT Kanpur will conduct GATE Examination 2023 for enrolling students in the M.Tech/Ph.D. programs offered by top IITs. There are certain steps of phases that a candidate must qualify to clear the GATE exam. Here is detailed information about the GATE selection process.

  • On the basis of your result or scorecard, the authority allows you admission to M.Tech programs offered by the top IITs
  • Once the exam is concluded, the score is converted to a normalized GATE Score
  • Institutes are allotted to the candidates for admission through Normalized GATE marks only or Normalized GATE marks and Interview/Written Test

IITs Admission Procedure

IITs will conduct GATE Counselling through GOAPS. Candidates have to register to GOAPS and respective IIT for admission in the M.Tech program. The GOAPS will offer admission based on the GATE Score. The registration for admission in IITs will start after the result declaration or before that.

NITs, IIITs & GFTIs Admission Procedure

NITs, IIITs & GFTIs will conduct the GATE Counselling through Centralised Counselling for M.Tech (CCMT) for admission. The application forms for the admission of NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs will be available for the candidates in March/April. Candidates have to fill in the choices of their colleges and courses in the application form.

GATE Helpline

For any kind of query candidates can contact with below details:

Zone Contact Address Phone Number email Id
1 Chairman, GATE
Indian Institute of Science,
Bengaluru 560 012
080-22932392
080-23601227
[email protected]
2 Chairman, GATE
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay,
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
022-25767068 [email protected]
3 Chairman, GATE
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi,
Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016
011-26591750
011-26596137
011-26591749
[email protected]
4 Chairman, GATE
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati,
Guwahati 781 039
0361-2582751
0361-2582755
[email protected]
5 Chairman, GATE
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur,
Kanpur 208 016
0512-2597412 [email protected]
6 Chairman, GATE
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur,
Kharagpur 721 302
03222-282091
03222-282095
[email protected]
7 Chairman, GATE
Indian Institute of Technology Madras,
Chennai 600 036
044-22578200 [email protected]
8 Chairman, GATE
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee,
Roorkee 247 667
01332-284531 [email protected]

Conclusion

Every competitive examination needs a diligent analysis of its syllabus. In the GATE 2023 examination too, we advise you to focus on the syllabus and prepare a strategy accordingly.

Additionally, it is important to follow a credible and reliable set of study material for your preparation. Do not build a stack of books and create unnecessary pressure. Instead, keep relevant books and revise them repeatedly.

Lastly, appear for as many mock tests as possible. It helps you to understand your weak and strong areas.

Maintain consistency and follow a healthy routine.

Good luck!

Lokesh Joshi

My Name is Lokesh Joshi and I am Computer Science Engineer by the profession and I am passionate about technology and integrating it with innovative ideas to give startups the initial boost that they require.

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