GATE 2024 Notification to Be Out Soon at gate.iisc.ac.in, Check Key Details
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru is expected to issue the notification for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2024 soon. Along with the notification, the registration details for GATE 2024 will also be released on the official university website, gate.iisc.ac.in. The GATE exam is conducted annually to select candidates for enrollment into master's programs in engineering and is also utilized for selecting candidates for various Central government departments and public sector enterprises.
For the GATE 2024 Exam, General Aptitude (GA) is mandatory and accounts for 15 out of 100 marks, while the remaining 85 marks are allocated to subject-specific questions from the syllabus.
In the previous year, the registration period was from August 30 to October 7, 2022. The admit cards were available from January 9, 2023. The examination took place on February 4, 5, 11, and 12, 2023, with the results being announced on March 16, 2023.
For those interested in applying for GATE 2024, here are the steps to follow:
GATE 2024 Application Form: Steps to Apply
Step 1: Visit the official website of GATE 2024.
Step 2: Register and complete the required details on the portal.
Step 3: After registration, a unique Registration ID will be generated. Create a password and save both for future reference.
Step 4: Use your Registration ID and password to complete the registration process.
Step 5: Upload the necessary documents, recent photograph, and signature.
step 6: Click on "Save and Submit" to finalize the application.
Step 7: Proceed to pay the application fee using any of the electronic payment modes.
Regarding the GATE scorecard validity, it remains valid for three years from the date of the results. This means applicants can use their GATE score to apply for colleges for up to three years after the results are announced. There is no minimum score or percentage required to appear for the GATE 2024 Exam; however, some IITs may have their own pass percentage criteria to evaluate candidates who qualify for the paper.