GATE Result Declared; Check Cut-Off Marks

GATE result is available at gate.iitm.ac.in. The score cards will be released on March 20 and will be valid for three years.

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GATE Result Declared; Check Cut-Off Marks

GATE 2019 Result Declaration Date


New Delhi: 

GATE 2019 result has been declared. IIT Madras has announced the GATE 2019 result on its official website. GATE 2019 was held from February 2 to February 10. GATE 2019 score cards will be released on March 20 and will be available on the web portal till May 31. Candidates can download the GATE 2019 result from the official website using their registration details as login credentials. GATE result has been declared one day before the scheduled date (March 16). The GATE score is valid for three years from the date of its declaration.

GATE 2019 Login

GATE 2019 Cut Off Marks

 

GATE Result Declared: Know How To Check

 

The candidates can follow these steps to check their GATE 2019 results:

  • Step One: Go to GATE 2019 results website; gate.iitm.ac.in
  • Step Two: Enter your registration details of GATE 2019- Enrollment ID/Email Address (Enrollment ID sent during registration or Email Address used during registration), Password (GOAPS password) and the captcha.
  • Step Three: See your results

 

GATE score is a mandatory requirement for seeking admission and/ or financial assistance to Master's programs and direct Doctoral programs in Engineering or Technology or Architecture and Doctoral programs in relevant branches of Science, in the institutions supported by the MHRD and other Government agencies. Many Public Sector Undertakings also use the GATE score in their recruitment process.

GATE 2019 Score Calculation

GATE is conducted in multiple sessions. Hence the scores are normalized to counter the variation in difficulty levels of question papers across the multiple sessions. The raw marks obtained by a candidate are converted to normalized marks for that particular subject. Thus, raw marks (for single session papers) or normalized marks (for multi- session papers) were used for computing the GATE Score based on the qualifying marks.

 

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