GATE 2025: Exam Dates (OUT), Registration, Syllabus, Question Papers, Pattern, Mock Test

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2025 ( GATE )

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GATE 2025: IIT Roorkee has released the GATE 2025 exam date at the official website. Candidates can check GATE exam date 2025 at gate2025.iitr.ac.in. GATE 2025 exam is scheduled to be conducted on February 1, 2, 15 and 16. The exam authority has officially launched the GATE 2025 website. IIT Roorkee will tentatively release the prospectus of GATE 2025 Exam with official GATE 2025 notification in August 2024. GATE 2025 registration will most likely start on 30 August 2024. Candidates seeking admission through GATE 2025 exam must check GATE 2025 Eligibility criteria, GATE 2025 Syllabus, GATE exam pattern 2025 and other important information before filling in the GATE 2025 Application form. IIT Roorkee has released the GATE eligibility criteria 2025, Candidates who have passed or appearing in the final year of graduation with engineering, Science, commerce, humanities, and art stream can appear in the GATE 2025 exam.  IIT Roorkee has activated the GATE 2025 website and will tentatively publish the GATE 2025 information brochure in the last week of August 2024. The GATE 2025 information brochure contains all important information about the GATE 2025 exam. Candidates who are preparing for GATE 2025 exam can download GATE Previous question papers via the GATE 2025 website for all 30 papers.

The GATE 2025 Exam pattern has been released on the GATE 2025 website. GATE will be conducted in CBT (computer-based test) mode for three hours. The GATE exam consists of 65 questions of total 100 marks. Candidates need to attempt 65 questions within a 3-hour time frame. The GATE exam will have Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ), Multiple Select Questions (MSQ), and Numerical Answer Type (NAT) Questions. The GATE Papers consist of three sections namely General aptitude (GA), engineering mathematics (EM), and a specific subject chosen by the candidate.

 Candidates can regularly visit this page for the latest updates related to GATE 2025.

Important Links For GATE 2025
GATE 2025 Syllabus GATE Previous Year Question Papers
GATE Exam Pattern 2025 GATE 2025 Eligibility Criteria

What's New in GATE 2025

  • A new paper of DATA SCIENCE AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE has also been added to GATE 2024 Exam.
  • Authorities have allowed candidates to attempt 2 subjects through the Two-paper combination method in GATE 2025 Exam.

Latest updates: 
GATE 2025 Exam Dates Announced at gate2025.iitr.ac.in

IIT Roorkee launched GATE 2025 website; Check GATE 2025 eligibility criteria and more

GATE 2025 Website launched, Application likely to begin in August; Check Exam Pattern

IIT Roorkee Launches Official GATE 2025 Website; visit gate2025.iitr.ac.in

Q:   Which institute will conduct GATE 2025?

A:

GATE 2025 will be conducted by IIT Roorkee. IIT Roorkee has released the exam dates also, GATE 2025 exam will be conducted on 1, 2, 15 and 16 february 2025. GATE is organised by 8 institutes including 7 IITs and IISc Bengaluru. 

 

Q:   When will GATE 2025 exam be conducted?

A:

IIT Roorkee has released GATE 2025 exam dates, GATE 2025 exam will be conducted on 1,2,15 and 16 February 2025. GATE 2025 exam will be conducted in multiple days and multiple shifts for all 30 papers. 

 

Q:   How many times in a year is the GATE exam conducted?

A:

GATE exam is conducted only once a year. GATE 2025 will be conducted by IIT Roorkee in February 2025. 

 

What is GATE Exam?

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering or GATE is a national-level entrance examination conducted for admission to Masters in Technology (MTech) and direct PhD admissions to Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs)Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and other institutes/universities across India. Many Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and State Electricity Boards (SEB) also accept GATE to recruit trainee engineers and scientists in group C-level posts.

The exam is jointly conducted by IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Guwahati, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT MadrasIIT Roorkee and Indian Institute for Science, Bangalore (IISC Bangalore), on a rotational basis on behalf of the National Coordination Board (NCB - GATE), Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource & Development (MHRD), Government of India.

Q:   Can I get admission to PhD courses through the GATE exam?

A:

Yes, Candidates with a valid GATE score can get direct admission to Doctoral programs in relevant branches of Engineering/ Technology/ Science/ Architecture/ Humanities,  
in the institutions supported by the MoE and other Government agencies. 

Financial Assistance given for Ph.D. programs (Direct Ph.D. after B.E./B.Tech/M.Sc equivalent with a valid GATE score) is Rs. 37,000 per month for the first two years and Rs. 42,000 per month from the third to the fifth year. 

 

Q:   Can I appear for GATE after doing Diploma in civil engineering?

A:
Hi Ramesh, GATE is used for applying to M.Tech or ME. After Diploma, you have to apply for engineering (BE). After successful completion of your degree, you can go for M.Tech. So, for applying M.Tech, you have to give entrance exam called GATE. You have to qualify for getting good college. Regards.
 

Q:   Can I get admission to M.Sc courses through GATE exam?

A:

No, Candidates seeking admission to master's programme in Science stream must apply for IIT JAM. Candidates qualifying IIT JAM can get admission to M.Sc course in IITs. 

 

Q:   Can I get admission to foreign universities through GATE 2025?

A:

Yes, there are few foreign top universities which offer admission based on GATE exam. Top universities in Singapore such as National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Universities in Germany such as RWTH Aachen and Technical University of Munich (TUM) offers admission based on GATE performance. 

Candidates must know that there may be external factors also in the admission criteria such as ILETS, TOFEL. So candidates must contact the university before applying for the admission process. 

 

Q:   Who can give GATE exam?

A:

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is a national-level examination conducted by the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) for admission to Master of Engineering (ME), Master of Technology (MTech), and direct PhD programs in engineering, architecture, and related branches of science.

The eligibility criteria for GATE include passing a bachelor's degree in engineering or technology or basic Science from a recognised university, and meeting the specific eligibility criteria for the discipline you wish to pursue. Candidates from India and other countries can apply for GATE, but they must meet the eligibility criteria. The exam is conducted online and is offered in 30 subjects. Candidates can check details about course-wise eligibility criteria for GATE exam at www.shiksha.com/gate-exam.

 

GATE 2025 Exam Dates & Schedule

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of GATE 2025 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

24 May '24 -

27 Jul '24

CCMT 2024

ONGOING

Aug '24 - Sep '24

GATE 2025 Application form availability

TENTATIVE

Oct '24

GATE 2025 Registration with late fees

TENTATIVE

Nov '24

GATE 2025 Application Correction

TENTATIVE

01 Feb '25 -

02 Feb '25

GATE 2025 Exam

15 Feb '25 -

16 Feb '25

GATE 2025 Exam

Mar '25

GATE 2025 results

TENTATIVE
DatesPast Exam Dates

May '24 - Jul '24

COAP 2024

GATE 2025 Highlights

GATE 2025 exam is the biggest exam for candidates seeking admission to postgraduate courses offered by IITs, NITs, IIITs, and other renowned institutes across the country. Candidates can check highlights related to the GATE exam in the table below:

Particulars

Details

GATE Full Form

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering

Organizing Body

IIT Roorkee

Official website

gate2025.iitr.ac.in

Application fee 

1800 Rs. (UR) and 900 Rs. (SC, ST, others) 

Exam Level

National Level

Mode of Application

Online

Mode of exam

Computer-based Test (Online)

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Exam Duration

3 hours (180 minutes)

Number of Subject Papers

30 (1 new paper added)

Number of Questions

10 (GA) + 55 (subject)= 65

Question Type

MCQ, MSQ, NAT

Applications Per Year

More than 8 Lakhs

Number of Exam Centers

To be notified (Over 200)

Q:   For how many papers can one student apply in GATE 2025?

A:

Students applying for GATE 2025 can opt for two subject papers from the prescribed set of combinations. Earlier, the candidates could apply to appear in only one subject. As a candidate can appear in only two papers (only approved set) of the 30 papers for which the GATE 2025 will be conducted, they must carefully choose the papers they wish to write. A candidate is expected to appear in the papers appropriate to the discipline of his or her qualifying degree. However, he or she is free to choose any paper according to his or her admission plan, keeping in mind the GATE eligibility criteria of the institutions in which he or she wishes to seek admission. For more details regarding the admission criteria at any particular institute, the candidate is advised to refer to the websites of that institute. Those candidates opting for two paper combinations for GATE 2025 have a primary choice of paper as their default choice. The second choice of paper has to be chosen from the combinations allowed. Listed combinations are only allowed, and those that are not listed are not allowed. For more detail Read: https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/gate-exam-pattern. 

 

Q:   How to prepare for GATE online?

A:
Yes, GATE preparation can be done online. Candidates can opt for online GATE coaching by expert faculty members. There are several institutions that provide GATE online coaching with proper tests and a schedule of preparation. Several sources are also available for the students to prepare effectively online. Some of the important materials that students may get from online sources are GATE notes GATE previous years question papers to analyse and practice. GATE online Mock Test Series GATE online exam books for various subjects, etc. One thing students should not forget is that there are no shortcuts to achieving the goal. Candidates need to do proper study in a planned way. If a student is doing his or her preparation online in a comfortable zone, he or she has the option to view the recorded lecture and clear their doubts, be it in real-time or later via Doubt Chat. Read More: https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/gate-exam-preparation.
 

GATE 2025 Application Form

GATE 2025 Application process will tentatively start in the last week of August 2024. Interested candidates can fill out GATE 2025 application form once the website is active. Students can follow the below steps to fill out the application form:

Step 1: Register on GOAPS 2025 portal through a valid email, and mobile number and generate an Enrollment ID and Password.

Step 2: Log in to the GOAPS 2025 portal using the Enrollment ID & Password created while registering.

Step 3: Upload the required documents

Step 4: Pay GATE 2025 Application fee

Step 5: Preview and Submit the application

Candidates must provide error-free details and uploaded scanned copies of documents must be legible.  

GATE 2025 Application Fee

Candidates must know that the paid application fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. Candidates can pay the application fee using provided payment gateways such as UPI/net banking/debit card/credit card/E-wallet. According to the prevailing norms, additional bank charges may be applicable on the fee payment. Candidates can check the GATE 2025 Application fee below:

Category Regular Period During the Extended Period
Female/SC/ST/PwD* candidates
(per test paper)
₹ 900 ₹ 1400
All other candidates including foreign nationals
(per test paper)
₹ 1800 ₹ 2300

GATE 2025: Eligibility Criteria

Candidates aspiring for the GATE 2025 exam must ensure that they meet the necessary eligibility criteria before filling out the GATE 2025 application form. Students can check the eligibility criteria below:

Educational Qualification: Candidates must possess either of the below-mentioned undergraduate degrees. Students who have passed or are appearing in the third or final years of any undergraduate degree are also eligible to appear for the exam.

  • BE/BTech
  • BPharma
  • BArch
  • BSc (Research)/BS
  • Professional Society Examination (equivalent to BE/BTech/BArch)
  • MSc/MA/MCA or equivalent
  • Integrated ME/MTech
  • Integrated MSc/Integrated BS-MS
  • Integrated ME/MTech or Dual Degree (after Diploma or 10+2)

Pass Percentage: No minimum passing percentage criteria is defined for GATE 2025 exam.

Age Limit: There is no age limit defined to apply for the GATE exam.

Nationality: Indian citizens are allowed to appear in the GATE exam, International students meeting the necessary educational qualification can also apply.

GATE International Students: Candidates belonging to Nepal, Bangladesh, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, and the United Arab Emirates are also eligible to apply for GATE 2025.

GATE 2025:  Application Form Correction

Candidates who have filled wrong details in their GATE 2025 Application Form. A Correction window opens after the completion of the application form to rectify the mistakes. The correction facility will tentatively open in November 2024. Candidates can log in to the GOAPS 2025 portal to make any changes to their GATE 2025 Application form. 

Candidates must know that they can modify most of the details in the application form except few, which are listed below:

  • Mobile Phone Number 
  • Registered Email ID

Candidates will be able to change the already filled details by paying a fee per change. Candidates will not be able to change more than one detail for a single fee payment. Candidates can check the detail-wise modification/correction fee*  below: 

Changes/ Correction 

Fee amount* 

Change in Name 

Change in DOB 

Change in examination city 

Rs. 500 

 

Change in existing paper 

Rs. 500 

Add a second paper (from given combinations with respect to the primary paper) 

Rs. 500 + Application fee for the additional paper. 

Change of gender to female 

Change of category to SC/ST 

Change from Non-PwD/Dyslexic to PwD/Dyslexic 

Rs. 500 

 

Change of gender from female to any other gender 

Rs. 500 + Rs. 900 = Rs.1400 (For all other candidates) 

Change of category from SC/ST to any other 

Rs. 500 (For female candidates or PwD candidates) 
Rs. 500 + Rs. 900 = Rs. 1400 (For all other candidates) 

Change from PwD/Dyslexic to Non-PwD/Dyslexic 

Rs. 500 (For female candidates or PwD candidates) 
Rs. 500 + Rs. 900 = Rs. 1400 (For all other candidates) 

Details of Parents/ Guardian/ Correspondence Address 

College Name and Location, Roll No., Registration No. 

 

NIL 

Any other change in category (not mentioned above) 

Rs. 500 

 

Q:   What is application fees for GATE 2025?

A:

Candidates can check the GATE application fees for different categories below: 

CATEGORY  

Application Fee*  

Female/SC/ST/PwD* candidates  

Rs 900  

All other candidates including foreign nationals  

Rs. 1800  

Female/SC/ST/PwD* candidates  

Rs. 1400  

All other candidates including foreign nationals  

Rs. 2300 

 

Q:   Can I appear in any of the GATE 2025 papers?

A:

Candidates are given free choice to choose the GATE papers, however candidates should choose the papers which align with the qualifying degree. E.g; If a candidate have done B.Tech. in Civil Engineering he/she should choose CE GATE paper. 

 

Q:   Can I change the subject after the submission of the GATE application form?

A:

Yes, Candidates will be given a correction window to change/ modify the already filled details in GATE application form. 

Candidates can change the subjects for an additional fee during the correction window. Candidates will not be able edit any detail after the correction window is closed. 

 

GATE 2025 Exam Pattern

Students aspiring for the exam can check all the GATE 2025 Paper Pattern-related details such as the type of Questions and Marking scheme from the table below:

Particulars

Details

Examination Mode

Computer Based Test (CBT)

Duration

3 hours (180 minutes)

Number of Subjects (Papers)

29

Sections

  • General Aptitude (GA)
  • Candidate’s Selected Subject

Type of Questions

  • Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
  • Multiple Select Questions (MSQ) and/or
  • Numerical Answer Type (NAT) Questions

Questions for testing these abilities

  • Recall
  • Comprehension
  • Application
  • Analysis & Synthesis

Number of Questions

10 (GA) + 55 (subject) = 65 Questions

Distribution of Marks in all Papers except papers AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH, XH and XL

  • General Aptitude: 15 Marks
  • Engineering Mathematics: 13 Marks
  • Subject Questions: 72 Marks
  • Total: 100 Marks

Distribution of Marks in papers AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH, XH and XL

  • General Aptitude: 15 Marks
  • Subject Questions: 85 Marks
  • Total: 100 Marks

Marking Scheme

Questions carry 1 mark and 2 marks

Negative Marking

For a wrong answer chosen in an MCQ, there will be a negative marking as well. For 1-mark MCQ, 1/3 mark will be deducted for a wrong answer. Likewise, for 2-mark MCQ, 2/3 mark will be deducted for a wrong answer

Click Here to check the detailed GATE 2025 Exam Pattern

Q:   What are passing marks in GATE exam?

A:

Passing marks in GATE exam is different for all 30 papers. Candidates appearing in any GATE paper have to obtain the minimum mark in order to be declared qualified for the exam. Only qualified candidates are considered for admission to MTech/MSc/PhD programs and the MHRD scholarship. Candidates can check previous year GATE cutoff for various papers on the Shiksha page or from the GATE official website.

 

Q:   What is the exam pattern for GATE exam?

A:

As per the exam pattern of GATE, the exam is conducted online as a computer-based test. The exam will have a total of 65 questions from the candidates pre-selected paper. The questions will be Multiple Choice type, Mumerical Ability type and Multiple Select (more than one option correct) type. 

Out of total 65 questions, 10 questions will be from General Aptitude and remaining 55 will be from the subject selected by the candidate. The total duration of exam will be 3 hours and total maks will be 100.  

 

Q:   Is the use of a physical calculator allowed during the GATE 2025 examination?

A:

No, Physical calculators are not allowed during the GATE examination.  

Candidates will be provided with an on-screen virtual scientific calculator during the online GATE examination. Candidates must know that any kind of electronic gadget is prohibited on the exam premises. GATE Calculator is a specially designed virtual calculator that is provided during the GATE examination to help candidates with their complex calculations. 

 

GATE 2025 Two-Paper Combinations

Candidates can opt for two subjects in GATE 2025 exam. Candidates must choose both subjects from the allowed subject combination in GATE exam. Candidates can check the tentative subject combinations for the GATE exam below given table. 

First Paper Code (Primary paper) 

Second Paper Code (secondary paper)  

First Paper Code (primary paper) 

Second Paper Code (secondary paper) 

AE  

CE, ME, XE 

GE  

AR, CE, CS, ES, GG 

AG  

CE 

GG  

GE 

AR  

CE, GE 

IN  

BM, EC, EE, ME 

BM  

BT, IN 

MA  

CS, DA, PH, ST 

BT 

BM, XL 

ME  

AE, DA, IN, NM, PI, XE 

CE  

AE, AG AR, ES, GE, NM, XE 

MN  

GE, GG 

CH  

ES, PE, XE 

MT  

XE 

CS 

DA, EC, GE, MA, PH, ST 

NM  

CE, ME 

CY 

XE, XL 

PE 

CH 

DA 

CS, EC, EE, MA, ME, PH, ST, XE  

PH  

CS, DA, EC, EE, MA, XE 

EC 

CS, DA, EE, IN, PH 

PI  

ME, XE 

EE 

DA, EC, IN, PH 

TF  

XE 

ES 

CE, CH, GE 

ST 

CS, DA, MA, XH 

EY 

XL 

XE 

AE, CE, CH, CY, DA, ME, MT, PH, PI 

XL 

BT, CY, EY 

XH 

ST 

 

Q:   What is two paper combination in the GATE exam?

A:

GATE conducting authorities allow candidates to appear for two papers in the GATE exam. Candidates can choose the two papers freely but only from the given paired combinations. This facility is called two paper combination facility. Candidate must know that the selection of two papers has to be made as per the candidate's qualifying degree and the course for which candidate wishes to do higher studies.

 

Q:   Can I apply for more than 1 paper in the GATE 2025 exam?

A:

Candidates can apply for a maximum of two papers. Candidates must choose two papers from the given set of combinations as per Two Paper Combinations of the 30 papers listed in the GATE information brochure or GATE website. 

The candidates should appear in papers appropriate to the discipline of their qualifying degree. 

 

Q:   Do I need to pay extra fees if I appear in two GATE papers?

A:

Yes, candidates who appear in two GATE papers must pay the fees of the two selected papers. Candidates will have to pay the fees at the time of filling GATE 2025 application form. Candidates can select any two papers out of the allowed combinations as per their qualifying degree of examination. 

 

GATE 2025 Syllabus

IIT Roorkee will release the GATE 2025 syllabus along with the GATE  2025 information brochure. GATE Exam has three major sections; General Aptitude, Engineering Mathematics, and Core subject the candidate has opted for. General Aptitude syllabus is common for all 30 subject papers.

GATE Question paper will have 65 questions for 100 marks, including 15 marks general aptitude questions. The paper codes AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH, XH, and XL will have 15 marks for general aptitude & the rest 85 marks are devoted to the specific subject. All other paper codes except AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH, XH and XL will have 15 marks for general aptitude, 13 marks for engineering mathematics and the remaining 72 marks for the specific subject.

Candidates can check the brief GATE 2025 syllabus below:

TOPICS 

SECTIONS 

General aptitude 

  • Verbal aptitude 
  • Quantitative aptitude 
  • Analytical Aptitude 
  • Spatial Aptitude 

Engineering Mathematics 

  • Linear Algebra 
  • Calculus and differential equation 
  • Complex analysis and Numerical methods 
  • Probability and Statistics 
  • Discrete Mathematics 

Specific subjects 

Check Detailed syllabus for GATE 2025 

 

Q:   Will there be any change in GATE 2025 syllabus?

A:

IIT Roorkee will release the official syllabus in the GATE 2025 information brochure. There are no changes expected in the GATE syllabus for the existing 30 papers. However, candidates are advised to check the official GATE 2025 information brochure. 

 

Q:   Where can I download the GATE 2025 Syllabus?

A:

Candidates will be able to download the official GATE 2025 syllabus through GATE 2025 official website. Candidates can also check all important details such as Exam Pattern, syllabus in GATE 2025 Information brochure. Apart from the official website, a candidate will also be able to access the GATE Syllabus 2025 from the webpage. For more detailed information on the GATE 2025 syllabus, read: https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/gate-exam-syllabus. 

 

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GATE Question Papers

GATE previous year's question papers are very useful tools for understanding the highs & lows of GATE exam. IIsc Bengaluru has released for all 30 subjects GATE question papers including CS, CE, DA, ME, EC, and EE. Candidates can check & download the GATE question paper 2024 from the table below. Candidates can check all previous year's question papers for the GATE exam by clicking the below-given link.

Click Here to check GATE Question Papers 

GATE 2024 Question Paper of major subjects:

GATE 2024 Paper Answer Key Link
Computer Science and Engineering (CS & IT) Download PDF
Electronics and Communication Engineering (EC) Download PDF
Mechanical Engineering (ME) Download PDF
Electrical Engineering (EE) Download PDF
Civil Engineering (CE) Download PDF
Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (DA) Download PDF

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Q:   How many questions are asked in the GATE Exam?

A:

There are 65 questions asked for 100 marks in GATE exam. General aptitude questions are asked for 15 marks, Engineering mathematics in some paper codes (Check GATE 2025 Exam pattern) for 13 marks and the rest 72 marks from the chosen subject.  

In some paper codes engineering mathematics will be excluded only 15 marks general aptitude questions and rest 85 marks will be of chosen subject. 

 

Q:   Is it necessary for a candidate to attempt all questions in GATE?

A:

GATE stands for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering. It is a national-level examination conducted for Master of Engineering (ME), Masters in Technology (M.Tech), and direct Ph.D. admissions to Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and other institutes/universities across India. The GATE paper consists of a total of 65 questions. Check below for the GATE exam pattern. - The GATE Questions paper consists of two sections, namely General Aptitude (GA) (15 marks) and the subject-specific GATE paper (85 marks). - The General Aptitude (GA) section consists of 10 questions. 1 to 5 questions are worth 1 mark each, and the rest, 6 to 10, are worth 2 marks each. - The GATE paper subject-specific section consists of 55 questions, of which 1 to 25 are of 1 mark each and questions from 26 to 55 are of 2 marks each. - Here to be noted that, questions that are not attempted will result in zero marks. Therefore, wrong answers to multiple-choice questions (MCQs) will result in negative marking. For questions of the numerical answer type, there is no negative marking. Also, for MCQ questions, a wrong answer will result in a deduction of 1/3 mark for a 1-mark question and 2/3 mark for a 2-mark question. Read more in detail: https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/gate-exam-pattern.

 

Q:   What type of questions are asked in GATE examination?

A:

The type of questions asked in GATE exam are

  • Multiple choice questions with one correct answer
  • Multiple select question with more than one correct answer
  • Numerical value answer type question with answer as a numerical value 
 

GATE 2025 Admit Card

IIT Roorkee will release GATE 2025 admit card before the GATE 2025 exam dates. Candidates who have registered for the exam will be able to download the GATE exam admit card 2025. GATE admit card contains details about the exam date and time, the address of the exam center, the paper for which appearing, and the candidate's basic details like name, photo and signature.

Candidates will be able to download their admit card from GOAPS 2025 login. Candidates must make sure that their photo and signature are clearly visible in the printout of their GATE 2025 admit card . The Admit Card is valid only if the candidate's photograph and signature images are clear and legible.

The photograph on the Admit Card and that in the valid photo identity document should match the candidate's appearance on the day of the examination. To ensure this, print the Admit Card on an A4-sized paper using a laser printer, preferably in colour. Both, the GATE 2025 Admit Card and Original ID proof are essential for entry into the examination hall.

How to Download GATE 2025 Admit Card

Students can download their GATE admit card 2025 by following the simple steps:

  • Visit the official website gate2025.iitr.ac.in
  • Log in through GOAPS Enrollment ID/Email ID and Password
  • Click on "Download Admit Card" to download GATE 2025 Admit card
  • Download and take multiple coloured printouts of the document
  • Check for discrepancies, and if found any, report it to the Exam conducting authority through the given contacts.

Download GATE 2025 Admit Card

Items to Carry with GATE 2025 Admit Card on Exam Day

Candidates must bring a print-out of the downloaded Admit Card on A4-sized paper to the Examination for verification along with the original and valid photo Identity Document (NO photocopy / scanned copy / an expired document), which was specified during the filling up of the online application. 

Items to Carry/Items Allowed

Prohibited Items

  • GATE 2025 Hall Ticket ( Admit Card)
  • Photo ID proof like Voter ID, Aadhar, PAN Card, Passport, Driving License
  • Transparent water bottle
  • Pen/Pencil for rough work
  • Mobile Phone
  • Any kind of electronic item like a digital watch
  • Study material/books

 

Q:   If the photograph and signature in GATE 2025 admit card is not clear, what candidates are supposed to do?

A:

In case there are any wrong details on the admit card, candidates must immediately inform their zonal center, as admit cards with unclear information will not be allowed. The GATE admit card will be available a few days before the exam date. Candidates who register for the GATE 2025 exam can download their admit card from the official website. To download the GATE admit card, candidates must enter their GOAPS enrollment ID and password. It is mandatory to carry the GATE admit card in the examination hall, as it is required for entry. Read more about GATE 2025 admit card: https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/gate-exam-admit-card. 

 

Q:   What if any of the details are missing on GATE 2025 hall ticket?

A:

A candidate must carry a GATE admit card and an original ID proof for entry inside the examination hall. Therefore, candidates are advised to check all the mentioned details on their GATE admit card 2024. In case of any discrepancy, please contact the helpdesk at any of the zonal IITs for assistance or mail their concern to the zonal IIT with a copy of the admit card. The GATE admit card can only be downloaded online from the official website of GOAPS. Check more details about GATE 2025 Admit Card: https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/gate-exam-admit-card. 

 

GATE 2025 Mock Test

IIT Roorkee will release GATE 2025 notification in August 2024. GATE 2025 Mock Test links will be live after the activation of GATE 2025 official website activation. GATE 2025 Mock test links will be updated soon.

However,  Applicants appearing in the GATE 2025 exam can take the GATE 2024 mock test at gate2024.iisc.ac.in. Candidates are advised to practice GATE 2024 mock test for their preparations. GATE Mock tests help candidates to understand the depth and pattern of the exam. Along with the mock test, candidates can also refer to the GATE 2025 syllabus and GATE 2025 exam pattern for their preparations. For more details, candidates can refer the links provided below.  

GATE Mock Test Links 2024

Aerospace Engineering 

Mathematics 

Agricultural Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Architecture and Planning 

Mining Engineering 

Biomedical Engineering 

Metallurgical Engineering 

Biotechnology 

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Petroleum Engineering 

Chemical Engineering 

Physics 

Computer Science & Information Technology 

Production and Industrial Engineering 

Chemistry 

Statistics 

Data Science & Artificial Intelligence 

Textile Engineering and Fibre Science 

Electronics & Communication Engineering 

Engineering Sciences 

Electrical Engineering 

Humanities and Social Sciences -- Economics 

Environmental Science & Engineering 

Humanities and Social Sciences -- English 

Ecology and Evolution 

Humanities and Social Sciences -- Linguistics 

Q:   Where can I find the GATE mock tests?

A:

Candidates can find the official mock tests for each paper in the GATE 2025 website. Candidates can follow the below given steps to attend mock test.

  1. Open official GATE website
  2. Click on GATE Question paper
  3. Click on GATE 2025 Mock tests
  4. Select your subject and fill credentials to enter the mock test
  5. Select default language and tick the "agree & continue box"
  6. Attempt the mock test.

Attempting mock test is an integral part of the GATE preparation, Candidates must attempt as many mock test as possible.

 

GATE 2025 Response Sheet

GATE 2025 response sheets are generally released soon after the completion of the GATE 2025 exam within one week. Candidates can download the response sheet by logging in to the GOAPS 2025 portal with enrollment ID and password. The response sheet has all the recorded responses of candidates during the GATE 2025 exam. Candidates can use the response sheets along with the GATE 2025 answer key to calculate their expected scores in the exam.

How to download GATE 2025 Response sheet 

Candidate can download their response sheets using the following steps: 

  • Open the GATE 2025 official website: gate2025.iitr.ac.in  
  • Click on the Candidate Login link  
  • Enter your GOAPS enrollment ID or email ID and password  
  • GATE 2025 Answer key download link will be displayed after login  
  • Download and save the PDF 

Candidates can not challenge the GATE response sheet. The response sheets are printed copies of answers marked by the candidates during the exam. Candidates can challenge the answer key of GATE 2025.

GATE 2025 Answer Key

GATE 2025 answer keys are released within 2 – 3 weeks of the completion of the GATE 2025 exam. Candidates can download the official answer key through the official website;gate2025.iitr.ac.in. Candidates are advised to check and match their responses quickly after the release of the answer key. With the help of the response sheet and answer key, students can calculate their probable score in the exam before the declaration of the result.

Candidates not satisfied with the answer key can submit the challenges to the answer key by paying a fee of 500 rupees per question. the answer key challenge window opens for 2-3 days only so candidates must be aware of their time limits. 

How to Download GATE Answer Key 2025

Candidates can download the answer key with the help of the following steps:

  • Open the GATE 2025 official website: gate2025.iitr.ac.in  
  • Click on the Candidate Login link  
  • Enter your enrollment ID or email ID and password  
  • GATE Answer key download link will be displayed after login  
  • Download and save the PDF 

Download GATE 2025 Answer Key

Q:   Can I challenge the GATE final answer key in case of objections?

A:

No, candidates can not raise objections in the final answer key of GATE. The facility to raise objections is provided only in GATE provisional answer key. It is thus advised to candidates they raise the objections only in provisional answer key, in case having any objection.

 

Q:   How do I raise objections against the GATE 2024 answer key?

A:

Every year GATE counducting authority releases provisional answer key before the final answer key. GATE-candidates are allowed to raise objections against answers through GOAPS portal. Candidates will be required to pay a fee of INR 500 per question.

Candidates can follow the below steps to challenge answer key.

  1. Visit official GOAPS candidate login page through GATE website.
  2. Log in using Enrollment ID and password.
  3. Select the paper
  4. Click on the "Raise Objection"
  5. Enter the question and answer ID
  6. Pay the requisite fees.

 

 

Q:   When will the GATE 2024 answer key be released?

A:

GATE 2024 provisional answer key has been released on February 19, 2024. The GATE answer key 2024 is available on the official website gate2024.iisc.ac.in. The facility to raise objections in the answer key will be available from February 22 to 25. The GATE answer key and response sheet can be used by the candidates to verify their answers and predict their scores. To calculate the scores, candidates need to follow the marking scheme. The GATE result for 2024 will be declared on March 16 by IISc Bangalore.  It is to be noted that candidates need to pay Rs 500 per question to challenge the GATE answer key. After evaluating GATE challenges, IISc Bangalore will release the final GATE answer key. Read more about the GATE 2024 Answer Key: https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/gate-exam-answer-key.

 

GATE 2025 Cutoff

GATE 2025 cut-offs will be released along with the GATE 2025 results. GATE cutoffs are the minimum marks required to get admission to M. Tech, M. E, M.Plan or other post-graduation courses in India's most reputed institutions such as IITs, NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs. In general GATE cutoffs range from 25 to 50 marks out of 100 for various papers depending on multiple factors. 

GATE cutoffs are defined by various factors such as the number of candidates attending the exam, marks of the candidates, and most importantly the number of seats available for candidates.  Candidates can check the GATE 2024 cut-off for a better understanding: 

GATE 2024 Paper-wise Cutoffs

Paper GEN OBC-NCL/EWS SC/ST/PwD
Aerospace Engineering 33.3 29.9 22.1
Agricultural Engineering 25 22.5 16.6
Architecture and Planning 41.5 37.3 27.6
Biomedical Engineering 25 22.5 16.6
Biotechnology 38.9 35 25.9
Civil Engineering 28.3 25.4 18.8
Chemical Engineering 25 22.5 16.6
Computer Science and Information Technology 27.6 24.8 18.4
Chemistry 25.2 22.6 16.7
Data Science and Artificial Intelligence 37.1 33.3 24.7
Electronics and Communication Engineering 25 22.5 16.6
Electrical Engineering 25.7 23.1 17.1
Environmental Science and Engineering 37.9 34.1 25.2
Ecology and Evolution 35.8 32.2 23.8
Geomatics Engineering 41.1 36.9 27.4
Geology and Geophysics (Geology) 42 37.8 28
Geology and Geophysics (Geophysics) 49 44.1 32.6
Instrumentation Engineering 32.7 29.4 21.8
Mathematics 25 22.5 16.6
Mechanical Engineering 28.6 25.7 19
Mining Engineering 25 22.5 16.6
Metallurgical Engineering 41 36.9 27.3
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering 25.1 22.5 16.7
Petroleum Engineering 42.6 38.3 28.4
Physics 32 28.8 21.3
Production and Industrial Engineering 30.5 27.4 20.3
Statistics 26.6 23.9 17.7
Textile Engineering and Fibre Science 28.1 25.2 18.7
Engineering Sciences 36.2 32.5 24.1
Humanities and Social Sciences (Economics) 37 33.3 24.6
Humanities and Social Sciences (English) 48 43.2 32
Humanities and Social Sciences (Linguistics) 49.7 44.7 33.1
Humanities and Social Sciences (Philosophy) 39.3 35.3 26.1
Humanities and Social Sciences (Psychology) 52.7 47.4 35.1
Humanities and Social Sciences (Sociology) 36 32.4 24
Life Sciences 29.3 26.3 19.5

GATE 2023 cutoff

Paper Code Unreserved OBC- (NCL)/ EWS SC/ ST/ PwD
CS: Computer Science and Information Technology 25 22.5 16.6
ME: Mechanical Engineering 28.1 25.2 18.7
EC: Electronics and Communications Engineering 25 22.5 16.6
EE: Electrical Engineering 30.7 27.6 20.4
CE: Civil Engineering 30.4 27.3 20.2
CH: Chemical Engineering 25.3 22.7 16.8
IN: Instrumentation Engineering 42.4 38.1 28.2
MA: Mathematics 27.3 24.5 18.2
AR: Architecture and Planning 37.3 33.5 24.8
BM: Biomedical Engineering 25 22.5 16.6
AE: Aerospace Engineering 29.8 26.8 19.8
AG: Agriculture Engineering 26.3 23.6 17.5
BT: Biotechnology 35.5 31.9 23.6
CY: Chemistry 27.5 24.7 18.3
ES: Environmental Science & Engineering 25.9 23.3 17.2
EY: Ecology Evolution 33.4 30 22.2
GE: Geomatics Engineering 40.4 36.3 26.9
GG: Geology 48.7 43.8 32.4
GG: Geophysics 54.8 49.3 36.5
MN: Mining Engineering 25.5 22.9 17
MT: Metallurgical Engineering 46.2 41.5 30.8
NM: Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering 27.8 25 18.5
PE: Petroleum Engineering 37.8 34 25.1
PH: Physics 26.5 23.8 17.6
PI: Production & Industrial Engineering 43.7 39.3 29.1
ST: Statistics 25 22.5 16.6
TF: Textile Engineering & Fiber Science 38.8 34.9 25.8
XE: Engineering Sciences 40.3 36.2 26.8
XH: Humanities and Social Sciences (C1- Economics) 55.5 49.9 37
XH: Humanities and Social Sciences (C2- English) 51.9 46.7 34.5
XH: Humanities and Social Sciences (C3- Linguistics) 53.1 47.7 35.4
XH: Humanities and Social Sciences (C4- Philosophy) 50.7 45.6 33.8
XH: Humanities and Social Sciences (C5- Psychology) 62.1 55.8 41.4
XH: Humanities and Social Sciences (C6- Sociology) 59.7 53.7 39.8
XL: Life Sciences 33.9 30.5 22.5

Check - GATE Previous Year Cutoff

Q:   What is GATE cutoff for IISC Bangalore?

A:

IISC Bangalore cutoff 2024 has been released for admission to the MTech programmes. For the General AII India category candidates, the round 1 closing rank ranged between 350 and 665, among which Mechanical Engineering is the most competitive specialisation. For OBC category, the round 1closing rank is 624 for the same specialisation. 

Candidates can refer to the table below to check out the IISC Bangalore GATE COAP cutoff 2024 for Round 1: 

Course2024
M.Tech. in Computational and Data Science600
M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering665
Master of Management Studies (MMS)– / –
M.Tech. in Chemical Engineering350
M.Tech. in Mobility Engineering640
M.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering– / –
M.Tech. in Electrical Engineering650
M.Tech. in Microelectronics and VLSI Design625
M.Tech. in Signal Processing621
M.Tech. in Earth and Climate Sciences500
M.Tech. in Electronic Systems Engineering625
M.Tech. in Instrumentation Systems500
M.Tech. in Semiconductor Technology500
M.Tech. (Research) in Product Design and Manufacturing500
M.Des. in Product Design and Manufacturing– / –
M.Tech. in Artificial Intelligence600
M.Tech. in Smart Manufacturing400
M.Tech. in Bioengineering600
M.Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engineering550
M.Tech. in Electronic Product Design550
M.Tech. in Quantum Technology600
M.Tech. in Robotics and Autonomous Systems550
 

Q:   What is GATE CCMT cutoff for NIT Agartala?

A:

NIT Agarata cutoff for M.Tech is based on GATE scores followed by the GATE CCMT Counselling. GATE CCMT Counselling 2023 was concluded after the release of Round 3 Seat Allotment for NIT Agartala. Tabulated below is the closing rank for GATE CCMT cutoff for NIT Agartala for top courses:

CourseGATE Last Round score (General-All India) 2023
M.Tech. in Thermal Science and Engineering430
M.Tech. in Cyber Security374
M.Tech. in Artificial Inteligence363
M.Tech. in Data Science and Engineering411

 

 

Q:   What is the difference between the GATE CCMT cutoff and the IIEST Shibpur M.Tech merit list?

A:

The GATE CCMT cutoff is the minimum score required to be considered for admission to the participating institutes, including IIEST Shibpur. It is released by the exam conducting authority, IIT Bombay, and is different for each category of candidates.

On the other hand, the IIEST Shibpur M.Tech merit list is the list of candidates who have been selected for admission to the M.Tech programme at IIEST Shibpur, based on their GATE scores and other factors. This list is prepared by IIEST Shibpur and is based on the GATE cutoff scores.

So, while the GATE CCMT cutoff is the minimum score required to be considered for admission, the IIEST Shibpur M.Tech merit list is the list of candidates who have actually been selected for admission.

 

GATE 2025 Result Scorecard

GATE 2025 results will tentatively be released in March 2025. Candidates can check their results through the GOAPS 2025 portal. GATE 2025 scorecards are also released with the results only for the qualified candidates. The GATE Score is calculated for every candidate on a scale of 0 to 1000, based on normalization. GATE scorecard will remain valid for three years from the date of GATE result 2025 declaration.

How to download GATE 2025 Result?

Candidates can download the GATE results once released using the following steps: 

  • Open the GATE 2025 official website: gate2025.iitr.ac.in 
  • Log in using your credentials GOAPS Enrollment ID and password 
  • Click on GATE 2025 Result 
  • GATE result will appear in PDF format 
  • Download and save the PDF  

GATE 2025 Scorecard

GATE 2025 Scorecards will be released for all the qualified candidates. Candidates can download their GATE scorecards free of cost up to May 31, 2025. After that, the scorecard will be available for download by paying INR 500 up to December 31, 2025. Candidates must save a softcopy of the scorecard for all future uses. Candidates must know that hard copies of the GATE Scorecard will not be sent to any candidate.

How to download GATE 2025 Scorecard 

Candidates can download the GATE scorecard once released using the following steps: 

  • Open the GATE 2025 official website: gate2025.iitr.ac.in 
  • Log in using your credentials [Enrollment ID and password] 
  • After checking GATE result, click on the GATE scorecard link 
  • GATE Score card will appear  
  • Download and save the PDF

Q:   What is the release date of the GATE 2024 scorecard?

A:

IISc Bangalore will release the GATE 2024 scorecard on March 23. Candidates will be able to download their scorecard up to May 31 from the GATE 2024 official website. After May 31, candidates will need to pay INR 500 for downloading their scorecards. The facility to download GATE scorecard 2024 will be available up to December 31.

It is to be noted that the GATE exam scorecard is valid for three years following the announcement of the results. Also, the admission counselling for M.Tech courses will be conducted by the COAP for courses offered by IITs, and the CCMT will conduct admission counselling for M.Tech programs offered by NITs, IIITs, GFTIs, and CFTIs.

Those candidates who will be eligible must attend GATE 2024 counselling as per the schedule. The counselling process includes registration, choice filling, choice locking, seat assignment, document verification, and other stages. Those candidates who complete all these steps successfully will be eligible for admission to the institute of their choice. Read more about GATE 2024: https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/gate-exam.

 

Q:   Will I be able to download my GATE 2024 scorecard after December 31, 2024?

A:

No, candidates will not be able to download the GATE scorecard after December 31, 2024. The scorecard will be available for download from March 23 to May 31 free of cost. After May 31 till December 31, 2024, candidates will need to pay INR 500 for downloading the scorecard. It is thus advised that candidates download their GATE scorecard within May 31 and save/take print of the scorcard.

 

GATE 2025 Counselling

GATE Qualified candidates have two options for the counselling process. GATE-qualified candidates can opt for COAP for admission to the MTech courses offered by IIT and CCMT for admission to MTech programs offered by NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs. Eligible candidates need to participate in the GATE 2025 counselling as per schedule. GATE-qualified candidates can also avail themselves of financial assistance in the form of a monthly stipend of 12400 monthly through GATE counselling. Candidates can read the following points to know the steps of GATE 2025 counselling in brief:

  • Online registration  
  • Choice filling 
  • Locking of choices 
  • Automated locking of saved choice [ if not locked by the candidate] 
  • Announcement of seat allocation [ rounds] 
  • Seat acceptance & fee payment SAF 
  •  Document uploading & updating the status of seat: willingness [ Freeze, Float, slide or withdraw] 
  • Online document verification by the allotted institute 

GATE COAP 2025: Counseling Process

Common Offer Acceptance Portal commonly known as COAP serves as a common platform for all the participating institutes to fill all the M.Tech. seats and for the participating PSU's to upload their Job offers to the GATE Qualified candidates. COAP 2025 will be conducted in five main & five additional rounds. COAP 2025 Main round counseling will tentatively be conducted from May 2025 to June 2025 in five different rounds. In the main five rounds, Candidates are given three options any one option; Accept & Freeze, Retain & Wait, and Reject & Wait to select out of three available choices. Candidates must understand that five additional rounds will be decisive, So the candidates will have only 'Accept and Freeze' and 'Reject' options in additional rounds 6,  7, 8, 9 & 10.

  • if a candidate selects 'Accept & Freeze' it means he/she is willing to accept one of the available offers and does not want to be considered for upgrading to higher preferences.
  •  if a candidate selects 'Retain & Wait' it means he/she is willing to accept one of the available offers, however, he/she wants to be considered for upgrading to higher preferences.
  •  if a candidate selects 'Reject & Wait' it means he/she is not willing to accept the available offer, and he/she wants to be considered for upgrading to higher preferences.

GATE CCMT 2025: Counseling Process

Centralized Counselling for M.Tech./M.Arch./M.Plan. [CCMT] is a common platform for GATE-qualified candidates to take admission to NITs, IIITs & other GFTIs. CCMT 2025 Counselling process consists of three regular rounds, two special rounds (SR) & a national spot round (NSR). CCMT will tentatively be conducted from June 2025 to July 2025 in six rounds. Candidates will be given four choices for the allotted seats namely Float, Slide, Freeze & Surrender (Participate in the next round).

  • Float: Retaining choices of previous rounds & willing to opt for better choices in further rounds. 
  • Slide: Retaining choices of previous rounds of the same institute & willing to opt for better choices in further rounds. 
  • Freeze: No change in Seat Allotment, however, willing to opt for category upgradation. 
  • Surrender (Participate in the next round): No claim on the surrendered seat in further rounds & willing to opt for the better opportunity. 

Also Read - Colleges accepting GATE Scorecard

Q:   When will admission through the GATE 2024 exam commence?

A:
As there is no common counselling for GATE admission to different institutions is done through COAP. The tentative date for the commencement of the admission process will be announced by the authorities. GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering) is a national-level exam conducted to choose engineers for M.Tech admissions at IITs, NITs, and IIITs, as well as for PSU recruitment. The GATE 2024 notification will be released soon, and along with it, IISc Bangalore will also release the information brochure in which the syllabus, exam pattern, etc. Will be updated. Check for more the latest updates:https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/gate-exam-dates.
 

GATE Rank v/s Institute

The qualifying cut off for all the colleges may vary every year but it has been observed that the rank required for admissions to top colleges remains nearly the same. Some of the examples for the ranks which are accepted by institutes are mentioned below in the table:

Name of the Institute

Minimum GATE 2023 rank for admission

IISc Bangalore

Less than or equal to 100

IIT Bombay

Less than or equal to 100

In some of the courses less than or equal to 600

IIT Kharagpur

Less than or equal to 600

IIT Hyderabad

Less than or equal to 1500

PSU Recruitment through GATE 2025

Many public sector undertakings like ONGC, SAIL, BHEL, GAIL, and Indian Oil recruits Graduate Engineer Trainee (GET) on the basis of GATE scores. Advertisements for PSU recruitment through GATE 2025 are published generally around the declaration of GATE results.

Candidates interested in applying for GATE PSU recruitment 2025 need to check the official pages of PSU. Once the GATE 2025 result is announced, candidates need to register for PSU recruitment through GATE by filling the online application form. After registration, candidates will need to appear in the written test and/or interview as per the schedule.

Check: PSU recruitment through GATE 

FAQs Regarding GATE 2025

Check below for the frequently asked questions related to the GATE 2025 exam.

Q:   What are the rules for CCMT seat allocation?

A:
The merit list for seal allocation will be prepared based on the GATE scores. There may be some cases where two or more candidates score the same marks; in such cases, the following will be considered: - In the case of the same year's GATE qualification, preference will be given to the candidate who has scored higher GATE marks out of 100. - If GATE marks are out of 100 and the year of passing GATE for two candidates is the same, then preference will be based on the All India Rank (AIR). - If the marks out of 100, years of passing the GATE and AIR are the same, then the Date of Birth will be considered. The elder candidate will be given preference. - If even the Date of Birth is the same, then the rank will be decided on the basis of random number generation. - Seat allotment is based on the Merit list and availability of seats as per filled Choices according to the Government of India (GoI) Reservation norms. Read more about GATE CCMT counselling: https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/ccmt-counselling.
 

Q:   How to get admission in IISC Bangalore?

A:
Indian Institute of Science (IISc) offers courses at the undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG) and doctorate Ph.D level to aspirants. Programmes on offer at IISc Bangalore are in streams such as Science, Design, Engineering and Management. Minimum Eligibility Criteria for UG & PG courses. - UG: Candidates can apply for UG level courses offered at IISc, if they have cleared their Class 12th with at least 60% aggregate marks or equivalent grade. Apart from this, aspirants should also have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as main subjects in Class 12th. - PG: Candidates who have applied for M.Tech and management programmes should possess Bachelors degree in Engineering/Technology whereas for M.Des course the eligibility criteria is such that candidates should have a Bachelors degree in architecture/design to take part in the admission process. - Integrated Ph.D. after B.Sc Course. In this course you get admission in combined M.Sc. And Ph.D. course. After 6 years you will get M.Sc. and Ph.D. both. Admission is through IIT JAM exam and an interview. - Ph.D. after M.Sc. Or B.Tech Course: In this course you do a Ph.D. Admission is through net/GATE/jest exam and an interview. Read more: https://www.shiksha.com/university/indian-institute-of-science-bangalore-22350.
 

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