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GATE Result 2020 - Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi will declare the result of GATE 2020 on March 16, 2020 at GOAPS website. Candidates who will appear in the examination will be able to check the GATE result 2020 through GOAPS which is the GATE online application portal. They will have to use the valid credentials to view their results includes Email ID, enrolment number, registration ID and password. The exam authorities will release the score card in the last week of March 2020. Only candidates who have qualified in GATE can able to download the score card which is valid for three years from the date of declaration of results. GATE 2020 result is the basis for admission to the M.Tech programmes at the IITs, NITs and GFTIs as well as recruitment in leading PSUs. Read this article to know more information regarding GATE 2020.
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Important dates of GATE 2020

Events

Dates

GATE 2020 exam

February 1, 2, 8 & 9, 2020

Release of result

March 16, 2020

GATE 2020 score card availability without fee

Last week of March 2020

Availability score card with fee

First week of June 2020

GATE 2020 score card

The score card will be downloaded tentatively in the last week of March 2020. The scorecard of GATE 2020 is the necessary document that provides the qualification status of candidates. The score cards will be released only to candidates who have scored equal to or more than the minimum qualifying cutoff of GATE to clear the examination. The candidates are advised to preserve score card of GATE for future reference as its validity for M.Tech admissions for three years from the date of declaration of result. They should make sure that the validity of score card is not applicable for PSU recruitment. The following are the steps to download the GATE 2020 score card.

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Steps to download GATE 2020 score card

  • Step-1: Go to the official website (the link will be updated here)

  • Step-2: Candidates who will appear in the entrance exam have to log in through GOAPS (GATE Online Application Processing System) to get their scorecard.

  • Step-3: They have to provide their email ID or enrolment number and password to download their GATE 2020 score card.

  • Step-4: By using the ‘scorecard’ tab, the candidates can download it as a PDF file.

  • Step-5: They will have to take a print out of the same for future reference.

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Details mentioned on the score card of GATE 2020

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Details mentioned on the result of GATE 2020

1

The name of the candidate and his/her photograph.

2

GATE Registration Number

3

Gender

4

Name of the Examination Paper

5

GATE Score out of 1000

6

Marks out of 100

7

All India Rank in the appeared paper

8

Qualifying Marks for different categories

9

Number of candidates who appeared for the particular paper

How to check GATE result 2020

  1. Open the GOAPS official website (the link will be updated here once the result announced).

  2. Click on the necessary link on the web page

  3. Fill the required details without any mistakes includes GATE Enrollment ID or Email Address or Registration ID and password.

  4. To view the result on the screen, they will have to click on the ‘result’ tab on the web page.

  5. After downloading the score card of GATE, the candidates have to check the details furnished on the score card are correct.

  6. If any discrepancies found on the score card of GATE 2020, they have to immediately contact the exam officials to clear the issue.

Details mentioned on the GATE 2020 result

Candidates will get the following details on the result of GATE,

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  • Candidate’s name

  • GATE 2020 Registration Number

  • Scores Obtained out of 100

  • GATE Examination Paper and Code

  • GATE Paper Qualifying Marks for

  • All India Rank (AIR) (only for qualified candidates).

The sample copy of GATE result 2020

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How is the GATE 2020 result calculated

The exam authorities use the raw marks secured by the candidates to calculate the GATE scores after the evaluation of answers. Since some papers are held in multiple sessions, the raw marks for papers are normalized. Such normalized marks will be used to compute the score for GATE 2020. The raw marks secured in single session papers will be used to calculate the GATE 2020 scores.

What is Normalization Procedure and how is it implemented?

The papers of CS, CE, EC, ME and EE will be conducted in multi-slots and sessions. The main purpose of normalization is to ensure that any variation in the difficulty levels of the question papers across different sessions.

The normalization formula available below will be used by the exam authorities to calculate the GATE 2020 normalized scores of the above-specified papers.

Calculation-of-gate-result

How to calculate GATE 2020 score for all papers except CS, CE, EC, ME and EE?


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GATE Result Trends

The exam authorities have been releasing the result of GATE one day before the announced date and it may happen for the present academic year. The table given below shows the previous years' trends of the GATE result dates.

Trends of GATE Result


Year

Result Date

Announced Date

Original Date

2019

March 15, 2019

March 16, 2019

2018

March 16, 2018

March 17, 2018

2017

March 26, 2017

March 27, 2017

2016

March 18, 2016

March 19, 2016

2015

March 11, 2015

March 12, 2015

2014

March 27, 2014

March 28, 2014


How can I use GATE 2020 score?

GATE 2020 score can be used for pursuing academic courses includes M.Tech as well as for recruitments.

For example,

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GATE 2019 Topper List

Rank

Name

Branch

1

Prakhar Singh

CE

1

Devendra Singh Negi

XE

1

Ritesh Lalwani

EE

1

Rajat Soni

EC

1

Shashwat

CH

1

Pranav Sharma

CS

1

Shashank Mangal

IN

1

Suryanarayana Vijaykumar V

PI

1

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PE

2

Mukesh Punia

EE

3

Nipun Mittal - Click here

CSE

3

Manav Agarwal

CH

4

Mayank Dixit

CH

4

Siddharth Wadla

ME

5

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EE

5

Atindranath Ghosh Click Here

CE

7

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ME

7

Shryans Mehta

CE

19

Uditya Raj - Click Here

CE

27

Saket Kumar Yadav- Click here

ECE

27

Gaurav Srivastava- click here

EE

33

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GATE cutoff previous year

The cutoff of GATE 2019 is the minimum score that a candidate has to secure to qualify in the exam. Check below the qualifying cutoff of GATE 2018/2017.

GATE 2019 cutoff

Paper Code

General

OBC (NCL)

SC/ST/PwD

XL

36.7

33

24.5

CE

28.2

25.4

18.8

EE

39.6

35.6

26.4

CS

29.5

26.6

19.7

ME

34.1

30.7

22.7

PE

49.9

44.9

33.3

EC

26.7

24

17.8

CH

34.8

31.3

23.2

CY

32

28.8

21.3

BT

35.9

32.3

23.9

XE

26.7

24

17.8

TF

40.1

36.1

26.7

AE

33.5

30.2

22.3

AG

28.3

25.5

18.9

AR

41

36.9

27.3

EY

37.1

33.4

24.7

GG

44.5

40.1

29.7

IN

31.9

28.7

21.3

MA

25

22.5

16.7

MN

31.5

28.4

21

MT

53.5

48.1

35.7

PH

25.2

22.7

16.8

PI

32.2

29

21.5

ST

32.5

29.2

21.7

GATE 2018 cutoff

Branch

General

OBC

SC/ST/PH

CS

25

22.5

16.6

CE

26.9

24.2

17.9

ME

34.7

31.2

23.1

EC

25

22.5

16.6

PI

32

28.8

21.3

EE

29.1

26.1

19.4

GATE 2017 cutoff

Branch

General

OBC

SC/ST/PH

EC

25

22.5

16.6

CE

28.7

25.8

19.1

EE

25.2

25.2

16.7

ME

32.87

29

21

CS

25

22.5

16.6

IN

34.6

31.1

23

CH

44.3

39.8

29.5

BT

38.9

35

25.9

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - GATE Result 2020

Question: What is a GATE Score?

Answer:

GATE Score is the normalized one secured by students in the entrance test. It is the score out of 1000 that is calculated on the basis of the normalization formula specified by the GATE authorities.

Question: If a candidate didn’t qualify GATE 2020, will he/she will be able to check the result?

Answer:

Yes, all the students who will have participate in the exam can check the GATE 2020 result.

Question: How to calculate GATE Score? (GATE Marks Vs GATE Score)

Answer:

The GATE score is calculated on the relative performance of a student in comparison with students who appear for the same paper keeping the difficulty levels of the sessions in mind. Since the no. of students who will appear for the certain GATE paper is not disclosed, it is not possible for students to calculate their scores. However, score predictor tools using past year's trends should help with gauge the scores.

Question: What are the details will be available on GATE 2020 result?

Answer:

The information like the candidate’s name, exam paper & code, registration number, qualifying marks, scores secured out of 100, etc will be specified on GATE 2020 result.

Question: What is the qualifying marks for GATE?

Answer:

The qualifying marks for each paper will differ and that also will differ for each category. All the details are available above in this article.

Question: How can I get a hard copy of my GATE 2020 scorecard? Is there a last date to download this?

Answer:

GATE score card will be available online mode only. Yes, there is a last date and it will be released in the last week of May 2020. Candidates can further download the score card on payment of a fee of Rs 500 till last week of December 2020. No other requests beyond this will not be accepted by the exam authorities.

Question: How to download GATE 2020 score card after the due date?

Answer:

Candidates are suggested to download their scorecard in the last week of May, as they will be able to download it for free. However, if they have failed to download it then, they can still do so after paying Rs 500 through online mode.

Question: What is the validity of GATE result & score?

Answer:

GATE result is valid only if the candidate will qualify in the exam. The score card will be valid for a period of three years from the date of announcement of the GATE result.

Question: Do I have to preserve my GATE result or scorecard?

Answer:

The score card will be available within a certain period of time. Since the score card is valid for a period of three years, it is advisable to keep this in mind and keep it for future use.

Question: How can I use GATE 2020 score?

Answer:

GATE 2020 score can be used for pursuing academic courses includes M.Tech as well as for recruitments.

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  • You need to be thorough with the syllabus and the paper pattern of GATE which you can find here: https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/gate-syllabus
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Hey there hope you're doing well.
Yes there are several PSU's which give out jobs in civil engineering stream through GATE examination. Few of them listed are as follows:
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Akram Khan 26th Jan, 2020

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Nit surat also take admission to engineering postgraduate programs through gate.

It is difficult to predict the exact score of GATE 2020 for admission to  electronics and communication.

However if we look at previous years cutoff of nit surat for communication system the closing was 526 in 2018 and 566 in 2017 for open category.

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Sorry, but unfortunately 40 marks in GATE are not enough to get into top NITs, if you are of General or OBC category. But, you have chances of getting into lower to middle tier NITs. Now it also depends on the branch you gave GATE in. The cutoff differs for different branches.

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