GATE syllabus for all branches available.
Downloadable PDFs for all branches available.
GATE or Graduate Aptitude in Engineering is a competitive exam conducted by IITs.
Exam is useful for M.Tech admission or for jobs in PSUs.
All the leading IITs, NITs, and State government colleges require valid GATE score for M.Tech admission.
Even PSUs recruit through GATE score.
So if you want to pursue M.Tech or Job in PSU then you must give GATE exam.
For GATE exam, you must complete Bachelors in Engineering or Technology from a reputed University.
Timeline of GATE exam
|Exam notification||September of every year|
|Start of application||first or second week of September|
|End of application||Last week of September or first week of October|
|Release of admit card||January first week|
|Exam date||First week of February|
|Response release date||Evening on the day of exam|
|Answer key release||Last week of February|
|Revised Answer key||First week of March|
GATE syllabus PDFs
Find all the syllabus of all branches in PDF form below.
What after GATE?
Once the GATE results are announced, the second part of the hustle starts.
You have various choices from M.Tech to PSU’s to contempleting giving the exam again.
Depending on your GATE marks, you have to take a conscience decision on what you are going to do.
A GATE score of above 800 or GATE rank below 1000 merits you for a PSU interview in either one or many PSU’s.
PSU’s are especially the cream which many Mechanical engineers want.
So to taste this cream, Mechanical engineers must score above 800 GATE score.
Notifications of PSU’s are generally released after GATE exam.
To stay up to date with the latest notifications, follow Government job notifications on facebook.
Secondly, if you wish to do M.Tech from IIT, then a score similarly to around 800 score is required.
There are many IITs which one can look for getting admission.
Other options for M.Tech is NITs and state government colleges.
NITs are very lucrative for students who have not scored that much in GATE to get admission in IIT.
And for someone who is in the band of not good not bad marks, state government colleges are the best bet for M.Tech.