GATE Counselling 2020
GATE Counselling 2020 - Common offer Acceptance Portal (COAP) and Centralised Counselling for M.Tech/ M.Des (CCMT) conducts the GATE 2020 counselling. Candidates will have to separately apply for COAP and CCMT counselling for admissions after the result of GATE 2020 is announced by IIT Delhi. There are different methods of GATE 2020 counselling as per the type of institute selected by the candidates. For admissions into IITs, the candidates will have to apply to individual institute where admission is desired and register for Common Offer Acceptance Portal (COAPS). Admissions will be done on the basis of GATE scores. For NITs, IIITs and GFTI admissions, candidates will have to register for CCMT. IIT Delhi, the organising institute of exam and will not be conducting the counselling of GATE 2020. For more details about GATE Counselling 2020, read the full article.
Latest: GATE 2020 scorecard available now!
Important: GATE COAP 2020 registration has started
Important Dates of GATE 2020 Counselling
February 1, 2, 8 and 9, 2020
Application for admission in IITs M.Tech through GATE 2020
GATE 2020 Result
March 13, 2020
Availability of GATE 2020 Score Card
March 19 to May 31, 2020
Second week to Last week of April 2020
March 18, 2020
Important Points of GATE Counselling 2020
The exam conducting authority of GATE 2020 do not hold a centralized counselling process for admissions.
Candidates have to apply for IIT admissions through COAP. Similarly, for admission into NITs, the candidates will have to apply through CCMT.
For admissions, the candidates will have to apply for COAP or CCMT as per their choice of institutes. However, the candidate will also be required to apply individually at the respective institutes too.
Candidates will be able to check their allotment through COAP or CCMT.
While most M.Tech admissions is done on the basis of GATE scores, some institutes may also conduct a written test or interview to take into consideration for admission.
GATE 2020 Counselling - M.Tech Admissions into IITs
Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) will release their individual application form for M.Tech admissions. The candidates will have to individually check the registration process and complete it. However, the candidates will also have to register at GATE COAP 2020. Acting as a common platform, candidates will be able to access the list of offers from the institutes where they applied through COAP. This will allow the candidates to check their options in one place and make their decision.
GATE 2020 Counselling - M.Tech Admissions into NITs, IIITs and CFTIs
For admissions into M.Tech courses offered by NITs, IIITs and GFTIs, the candidates will have to register through CCMT 2020. Through Centralized Counselling for M.Tech (CCMT), the candidates will have to fill their preferred institute and course. Allotment of seats will be done on the basis of the rank secured in GATE 2020 and preferences selected.
GATE 2020 Counselling - M.Tech Admissions into State Universities
State Universities will be conducting separate counselling and admission process. The procedure will be held tentatively in March till July 2020. The candidates will have to fill separate application form to participate in the admission process. The criteria of admission will depend on the Universities. However, most Universities will use GATE scores for admissions.
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Questions related to GATE
Can I study for Cs gate exam, if Im in mechanical engineering first year?
Yes you can appear in GATE examination with CSE paper if you have Mechanical engineering degree.
The basic academic qualification required for GATE is that candidates must have passed graduation in engineering/technology or Master’s degree in any relevant science subject. Candidates in pre-final or finaly year of their qualifying degree also eligible to appear for GATE. This year the third year students can also write GATE examination.
If you are Mechanical engineering candidate and would like to write GATE with CSE paper then you can give GATE but it will not be beneficial for you in my view. Rest is upto you. You have to write and prepare for GATE.
For more information please check the link below: https://www.google.com/amp/s/engineering.careers360.com/articles/gate-eligibility-criteria/amp
All the best.
hi,m a physics graduate...Can i opt to write geophysics exam?
You can opt for geophysics in your Post graduation. To apply for geophyics in your pg you need to be a graduate in B.Sc. in Physics along with either subject of Chemistry or maths or Geology or Electronic Science with minimum 60% or more. To get admission in reputed colleegs you can apply for Merit and Entrance Based ways , Ex: for BHU you will have an entrance test and will get admission based upon your merit rank.
in wbjee l ranked 6915 and my tfw rank is 1022.can i gate government engineering college?
Based on a WBJEE rank these are the best colleges you can get-
- Techno India Salt Lake-B.Tech. in Information Technology
- IEM Kolkata - Institute of Engineering and Management-B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering
- Aliah University (New Town)-B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering
- JGEC - Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College-B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering
- HIT - Haldia Institute of Technology-B.Tech. in Information Technology
- Government College of Engineering and Leather Technology - GCELT-B.Tech. in Information Technology
WBJEE college predictor-https://www.careers360.com/wbjee-college-predictor
Can u please tell me the eligible criteria and the number of attempts per person to qualify gate. And the expected cut off for 2021.
There is no number of attempts for GATE exam. You can appear in the exam any number of times provided you must fulfill the eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria is as follows
- Candidates must have passed Bachelor’s degree in Engineering/ Technology after 10+2 or
- Candidates must have passed 5 year Bachelor’s degree in Architecture/Naval Architecture (4-year course)/Planning (4-year course) or
- Must have passed B.Sc(Research)/BS or Post Diploma in Science or
- Must have passed Post - B.Sc.Integrated Master’s degree programme in Engineering/ Technology or
- Must have passed Master’s degree in any branch of Science/ Mathematics/ Statistics/ Computer Applications or equivalent or
- Must have passed Integrated Master’s degree programs or Dual Degree programme in Engineering/ Technology or
- Must have passed Integrated M.Sc. or Five years integrated B.S.-M.S. programme or
- Students registered in courses equivalent to B.E/ B.Tech/ B.Arch from Professional Societies after May 31, 2013 and meets other eligibility criteria are also eligible to apply.
There is no age limit. Cut off is subject-specific. Each discipline has different cut off. Cut off changes every year. You have not mentioned the branch in which you are studying. Cut off depends in total number of candidates appeared in that particular paper, difficulty of exam, highest score etc. It will be less or more same like. Here is the link through which you can check the cut off in 2020 for each branch
Hey there, Can anyone tell me , where can I get free coaching lectures with material and mock tests for GATE preparation ....??and,( tech tub, gate overflow platforms are free??? please answer me....
I don't understand why do you want for free. Don't you think that the professors or the teachers also need money to run their family or they also need money for daily uses. It is better you should have asked for a nominal rate course rather than free.
If you are from Electrical Engineering or Mechanical background then i would suggest GATE Academy or Xerique Education. You can also watch their you tube videos if you don't want to spend a penny on any of their premium courses.
All the best!!