GATE Answer Key 2020 - Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi will release the official answer key of GATE 2020 for all 25 papers tentatively in the third week of February 2020. The answer key will have the correct answers to the questions asked in the GATE examination. The question papers will also be released along with the GATE answer key 2020. Candidates will be able to predict their probable scores by comparing their answers with the provisional keys. Candidates having any objection to answers will also allowed to challenge the GATE 2020 answer key within the specified time period by the payment of Rs. 500 per challenge. All of the objections should have a valid supporting document. Otherwise, the challenges will not be considered by the exam authorities. The genuine cases (if proved correct) will be considered for revision and the final answer key of GATE 2020 will be released in the second week of March 2020. IIT Delhi will release the GATE 2020 response sheet for all the papers tentatively in the first or second week of February. Candidates will be able to access the response sheet by submitting their enrolment ID/email address and password. Along with the response sheet of GATE 2020, exam authorities will open the name correction facility.Latest: Mock test of GATE 2020 available for all coursesLatest: GATE admit card 2020 will be available from January 3
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Availability of GATE 2020 question papers
3rd week of February 2020
Release of GATE 2020 answer key (provisional)
Last date to send the challenges against answer key
4th week of February 2020
Issue of final answer key of GATE 2020
2nd week of March 2020
Candidates can find the detailed steps to download the answer key of GATE 2020 below. The answer keys will be available in the PDF format only.
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Visit the official website - (link will be updated once the answer keys are released).
Click on the ‘answer key’ link on the web page.
The question papers and answer keys will be displayed on the screen.
Download the answer key and corresponding questions paper as PDF files by just clicking on that link.
You can take print out, if required.
The answer key will be released by IIT Delhi, which provides transparency to the admission process because it reduces the chance of unwanted penalization of candidate and extra marks awarded in GATE 2020.
The candidates can use the facility of challenging the answer key within the given time period, if they have any objections/doubts against the answer key.
The exam authorities will consider all the challenges/objections by the candidate before the declaration of GATE 2020.
The candidates can challenge the answer key, if they are not satisfied with any of the answers mentioned on the provisional answer key of GATE 2020. The followings are the complete procedure to challenge the answer key.
Open the necessary web page by clicking on the required link to challenge the GATE answer key 2020
Choose the “Contest Answer Key" option on the web page.
Now, the web page will be redirected to the payment gateway.
The candidates will have to make the payment of Rs. 500 through online mode (per challenge). For NRI candidates, the fee is US $ 10.
The candidate will have to enter the question number correctly that they are want to challenge.
Before the submission of objection, attach the necessary supporting documents in the prescribed format.
Note: The candidates will have to check that the serial number of question is mentioned as per the official question paper released on the website while challenging the GATE 2020 answer key. It is important to check that they are selected the right section and question number. Otherwise, the challenge will not be considered by exam authorities. The candidates also have to specify the section name and question number in the supporting document before uploading such documents.
The response sheet of GATE 2020 will be released IIT Delhi tentatively in the second week of February. To access the response sheet and the question papers, candidates will have to check the steps available below.
Login to the GOAPS (GATE Online Application Processing System) by using the credentials includes enrollment number or email id, date of birth and registration id.
To view the response sheet, click on the ‘view response sheet’ button on the screen.
Candidates can see the response sheet on the display.
They can save the web page is as a PDF.
The candidates can find the following steps to calculate the probable score.
They have to calculate the total number of correct attempts and allocate marks accordingly and then calculate the overall marks.
The candidate have to tally the total negative marks for wrong attempts. Only Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) have negative marking. There is no negative marking for NAT questions.
The total marks = Total marks secured for correct response – Negative marks for wrong response
MCQ Marks: Total marks (1 mark) + Total marks (2 marks)
Total marks (1 mark) = 1 x no. of correct attempts – 1/3 x no. of wrong attempts
Total marks (2 marks) = 2 x number of correct attempts – 2/3 x number of wrong attempts
NAT Marks: Total marks (1 mark) + Total marks (2 marks)
Candidates can download the previous year answer key of GATE from here. If they go through the previous year question paper and answer key, they will get an idea about the GATE examination.
Question Paper Link
Provisional Answer Key
Final Answer Key
Aerospace Engineering (AE)
Agricultural Engineering (AG)
Architecture and Planning (AR)
Civil Engineering (CE)
Click here (CE-1)
Press here (CE-1)
Click here (CE-2)
Press here (CE-2)
Chemical Engineering (CH)
Computer Science and Information Technology (CS)
Electronics and Communication Engineering (EC)
Electrical Engineering (EE)
Ecology and Evolution (EY)
Geology and Geophysics (GG)
Instrumentation Engineering (IN)
Mechanical Engineering (ME)
Press here (ME-1)
Press here (ME-2)
Mining Engineering (MN)
Metallurgical Engineering (MT)
Petroleum Engineering (PE)
Production and Industrial Engineering (PI)
Textile Engineering and Fibre Science (TF)
Engineering Sciences (XE-A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H)
Life Sciences (XL-P, Q, R, S, T, U)
GATE Question Paper
GATE Final Answer Key
Architecture and Planning
Click here (Session 1)
Click here (Session 2)
Computer Sc. and Information Technology
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Ecology and Evolution
Geology and Geophysics
Production and Industrial Engineering
Textile Engineering and Fibre Science
XE- Engineering Sciences
Click here (Engineering Mathematics + GA)
Click here (Fluid Mechanics)
Click here (Material Science)
Click here (Solid Mechanics)
Click here (Thermodynamics)
Click here (Poltymer Science & Engg)
Click here (Food Technology)
Click here (Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences)
XL- Engineering Life Sciences
Click here (Chemistry)
Click here (BioChemistry)
Click here (Botany)
Click here (Micro Biology)
Click here (Zoology)
GATE Provisional Answer Key
Click here(Session 1)
Click here(Session 2)
Computer Science and Information Technology
GATE Result 2020 will be published by exam authorities on March 16, 2020. Candidates will get the intimation about the result from careers360 once the results announced. Candidates should use valid login credentials to view their GATE Result 2020 from the website. Candidates can log in to GOAPS (GATE Online Application Process System) by using the GATE Enrollment ID / Email Address / Registration ID and password. The GATE Result 2020 will be displayed on the screen after submitted the log in details.
GATE 2020 cut off is the minimum qualifying marks required to clear the entrance test. GATE cut off 2020 will be based on factors like total number of candidates appeared in the exam, performance of the candidates in the examination, difficulty level of the exam and past year cut off trends. Cut off marks will be announced along with the result of GATE 2020. Check the previous year cut off from below given table.
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There are lots of core PSU recruiting for electrical engineers through gate . Some of them are as follows-
Powergrid, NTPC, PSPCL,POSOCO,WBSECDL,NPCIL,BSNL, and few psu also recruit them like bpcl, hpcl,ongc, iocl, vizag steel, etc.
Some private company also give edge to gate qualified students. For more details check this link
Hope it helps
See the switching of ur stream won't be affecting u in written exams and u will get the marks according to ur skills and knowledge but in the interview round u might be facing some problems as the panel would be asking some genuine reason for ur switching. If u failed to prove that u might get negative points but if u managed then it is well and good. For the placements scenario , yes it would affect because every company wants the fresher and if u clashed with some fresher in points then he/she would be given preference.
Hope u got ur point.
Hello dear student,
You know what is the level of GATE which is the national level entrance exam. I would recommend you to go through the syllabus and prepare accordingly looking into the weight age of the chapters. Rest you can solve previous year question papers of your stream because that really helps to gain marks and also you can solve as many as MCQs because that it helps us to strong our concepts . I hope this is helpful to you.
Hello aspirant ,
See the question u have asked seems to be somewhat incomplete and didn't provide information about the real query u are asking about. So please provide me the query in a detailed manner so that I can help u in the best ever manner.
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