There Will Be No Second Chance For Gate 2024 Registration, Last Day Is Today, This Is The Direct Link
Those who are not able to register today can process the application between October 13 and October 20 by paying a late fee of Rs 500. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for the exam on the official website of IISc GATE 2024 – gate2024.iisc.ac.in.
GATE 2024 Registration Last Day: The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, will close the registration process for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2024 today, October 12. Candidates who submit their applications through the GATE 2024 Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) till today. You will be able to register without any late fee. However, those who are not able to register today can process the application between October 13 and October 20 by paying a late fee of Rs 500. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for the exam on the official website of IISc GATE 2024 – gate2024.iisc.ac.in.
When will the admit card be issued?
Applicants will get the opportunity to make amendments to their application form from November 7 to November 11. The GATE 2024 exam will be conducted on 3, 4, 10 and 11 February 2024. Admit card for examination. Can be downloaded on 3 January 2024. Moreover, candidates can expect the answer key to be released on 21st February 2024.
GATE 2024: How to apply
Step 1: Visit the official website gate2024.iisc.ac.in.
Step 2: On the homepage, click on “Register Here”.
Step 3: Provide your personal details to create login credentials.
Step 4: Log in using the credentials generated on the homepage.
Step 5: Fill out the online application form.
Step 6: Pay the Application Fee.
Step 7: Download and print the confirmation page for future reference.
The exam will be of three hours
As per the official information brochure, the exam will be conducted in Computer Based Test (CBT) format for three hours duration. There will be 30 test papers consisting of two sections – General Aptitude (GA), and the candidate’s selected subject. A total of 65 questions will be asked in the examination which includes 10 questions from the General Aptitude section and 55 questions from the subject chosen by the candidates.
There will be a negative marking
Questions will be of one mark or two marks. There will be negative markings for wrong answers to MCQs. For MCQs carrying one mark, one-third mark will be deducted for a wrong answer. For two-mark MCQs, two-thirds of the marks will be deducted for a wrong answer. There is no negative marking for wrong answers to MSQ and NAT questions. There is no partial marking for any question.