GATE-2021: The Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IITB) in coordination with the GATE Participating Institutes, would conduct the Gratitude Aptitude Test in Engineering-2021 (GATE-2021) on the 6th, 7th and 13th and 14th Dates of February 2021 for Admission into the First Year of the Masters' Engineering / PG and Integrated Programs for the Academic Session 2021 - 22.
GATE-2021 The GATE-2021 Admit Cards shall remain available on the Website for download commencing on the 8th Date of January 2021 onwards. The E-Admit Cards may be downloaded from the Online Application Portal (for Download and Printing). The GATE-2021 Admit Cards would bear GATE-2021 related Instructions and other Input for the ready reference of the Candidates.
GATE-2021 Schedule: The Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay shall host the GATE-2021 in 02 Sessions (Forenoon and Afternoon Sessions as detailed in the subsequent Lines. GATE - 2021 Examination Dates remain subject to change in view of the Global Pandemic CoViD 2021. Click on GATE 2021 Schedule to check out Details. GATE - 2021 Mock Test: The Candidates appearing in the GATE-2021 may click on Link to for GATE-2021 Preparation.
GATE-2021 Examinations Timing
The IIT, Bombay announced the GATE-2021 Results and GATE - 2021 Score Cards shall be published on 22nd March 2021 in the GATE Online Application Portal of the IITB.
GATE-2021 Examination Mode: The Indian Institute of Technology shall host the Gratitude Aptitude Test in Engineering - 2021 in Socially-Distanced Computer-Based Test (CBT) for the Candidates. The GATE-2021 shall span 03-Hours (180 Minutes). The GATE - 2021 would be held in 27 Subjects opted for by the Candidates. The GATE Sections consist of the General Aptitude (GA) + Candidate’s Selected Subject.
GATE - 2021- Nature: The GATE - 2021 shall comprise A) Objective-Type Multiple Choice Questions (OTMCQs) and B) Remaining Types: Multiple Select Questions (MSQs) and / or Numerical Answer Type (NAT) Questions. The Questions for testing these Abilities: 01) Recall, 02) Comprehension, 03) Application and 04) Analysis and Synthesis will form the Question Bases. The Number of the Multiple-Choice Questions comprised in the GATE - 2021 shall be General Aptitude (10 MCQs) + Subject (55 Questions), Aggregating 65 Questions. As to Marking Scheme in the GATE-2021, All the Questions will be of 01 Mark or 02 Marks