GATE Score Card 2019 – IIT Madras will issue the GATE 2019 score card from March 20 after the declaration of results. Only candidates who have qualified in the exam can download their GATE Score card 2019. Candidates must note that the validity of the GATE score card is three years from the result declaration date for M.Tech admissions. The score card of GATE 2019 can be downloaded up to May 31 and thereafter it will be available from June 1 to December 31, 2019 on online payment of a fee of Rs. 500. The GATE 2019 score card will also be used by PSUs for their recruitment through GATE. To know about the GATE score card 2019, calculation methodology of the score and other details, check the article below.
Important Dates related to GATE Score Card 2019
Release of Notification
July 6, 2018
GATE 2019 Examination
February 2, 3, 9 & 10, 2019
GATE 2019 Answer Key
Third week of February 2019
Announcement of Result
March 16, 2019
GATE score card
March 20-May 31, 2019
GATE Result 2019
IIT Madras will declare GATE result 2019 on March 16. To download the result, the candidates will have to submit their enrollment id, registration number and date of birth.
Steps to download GATE Score Card 2019
To download the score card of GATE 2019 candidates need to follow the following steps:
Step 1: Candidates are required to first access the Gate Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) portal.
Step 2: Next, the candidates need to enter the following details on the GOAPS:
GATE 2019 Enrolment ID/ Email ID
Date of Birth
Step 3: Click on the print option to download and print the score card of GATE
Note: Since the GATE 2019 score card is valid for three years, candidates are advised to save a soft copy of the same for future reference.
Details displayed on GATE score card 2019
IIT Madras will issue the score card of GATE 2019 with the following details.
Name of the candidate
Registration number of GATE
Gender of the candidate
Paper attempted by the candidate
GATE Score (out of 1000)
Total Marks obtained out of 100 (Raw Score)
Details regarding validity of GATE score card (From Date; To Date)
All India Rank of the candidate in
Qualifying Marks for General, OBC (NL) and SC/ST/PwD candidates for the paper
Total number of candidates appearing for the paper.
The score card of GATE will look like the image given below.
Who is eligible to Download download GATE Score Card?:
To download the GATE score card candidates must obtain the category wise qualifying marks in the respective papers.
The score card will not be available for the candidates failing to qualify GATE examination.
Calculation of the GATE score-
Since GATE has some papers that are held in multiple sessions, the score is normalized such that variations and difficulty levels are evened out. The authorities have announced calculation methodology for the score reflected in the GATE score card 2019. This is explained below separately for the multiple session papers and the single session papers.
For GATE Score for multi session papers
The actual marks obtained by students out of 100 also known as raw score obtained will be converted to normalized score. The actual marks obtained by the candidate out of 100 in the exam is the raw score. The raw score is then normalized to obtain the actual GATE score. The conversion of score is done based on the guidelines defined by the committee. The formula given below is used for this purpose.
Normalization of Multi session papers-
Therefore the normalization formula takes into account the Variations if any, in the difficulty levels of the exam papers across the various sessions are taken into account.
The normalization is based on the fundamental assumption that an ability of a candidate will be same in all the sessions.
This assumption is justified as the number of candidates appearing for these papers is large and allotment of the sessions to the candidates is random
The following method will be used for the normalization of multi session papers.
Calculation of GATE Score for single session papers: