GATE 2019 Syllabus for Electrical Engineering – IIT Madras will release the official GATE syllabus 2019 for Electrical Engineering (EE). The syllabus of GATE 2019 for Electrical Engineering will help candidates appearing in the exam plan their preparation accordingly. Candidates can refer to the subjects, topics, sections and sub-sections in GATE 2019 syllabus for EE and chalk out the month wise, week wise and day wise strategy to be able to prepare for the exam in a systematic and organised way. This planning will help GATE candidates to utilise their timings in the best possible way. For now, candidates can refer to the previous year GATE syllabus for Electrical Engineering as provided in the article below and start with their preparation. The updated syllabus of GATE 2019 for Electrical Engineering will be provided here as soon as it is released.
GATE 2019 will be conducted on 2, 3, 9 & 10 February for 24 disciplines.
While preparing, candidates must also follow the exam pattern of GATE 2019 to be able to know the weightage of marks, type and frequency of questions.
GATE 2019 Exam Pattern
Type of Question
There will be two types of questions:
The question paper will have three sections:
General Aptitude Section
The paper will consist of a mandatory General Aptitude (GA) section which will have 10 questions. 5 of the questions will be of 1 mark and the remaining 5 will be of 2 marks. Therefore, the total marks for this section will be 15 marks.
Number of questions to be asked
Candidates can refer to GATE 2018 syllabus for Electrical Engineering as given below till IIT Madras releases it officially for next year. However, the syllabus for GATE 2019 will be similar to previous year syllabus.
GATE Syllabus 2019 for Electrical Engineering
The section wise GATE syllabus 2018 for Electrical Engineering (EE) has been mentioned below.
Section 1- Engineering Mathematics
Probability and Statistics
Section 2- Electric Circuits
Section 3- Electromagnetic Fields
Section 4- Signals and Systems
Section 5- Electrical Machines
Section 6- Power Systems
Section 7- Control Systems
Section 8- Electrical and Electronic Measurements
Section 9- Analog and Digital Electronics
Section 10- Power Electronics
Candidates can check the detailed Electrical Engineering syllabus 2018 below.
Reference Books for GATE Electrical Engineering (EE)
Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory
Control Systems Engineering
Nagrath and Gopal
Transient Analysis Of Electric Power Circuits
Arieh L Shenkmann and also Chakrabarthi
Digital Design by M.Morris Mano
Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Engineering Circuit Analysis
Hayt and Kemmerly
Signal and systems
Oppenheim and Wilsky
Candidates can check the qualifying cutoff of EE over the years from the table given below.
GATE Qualifying Cutoff for Electrical Engineering (EE)