Registration, Application, Official Website, Exam Date, IIT-Kanpur
With the addition of these new cities, GATE 2023 will now be held in 219 cities across India. “The decision was made considering the convenience of students, especially rural belts. As the host institute this year, IIT Kanpur aims to reach as many students as possible from all nooks and crannies,” said the official press release shared by the university.
Last year, GATE 2022 was conducted in 206 cities. However, this year, 10 of the first cities were dropped as these exam centers encountered operational problems.
The exam will be conducted jointly by IIT Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Roorkee and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore.
The online application portal will be operational on the official website — gate.iitk.ac.in — from August 30 and the registration process will end on September 30. After that, applicants will have the opportunity to complete a paid application until October 7, 2022. Admission cards for GATE 2023 will be released on the official website on January 3, 2023.
This time, the GATE 2023 exam is scheduled for February 4, 5, 11, and 12. After that, individual answer sheets will be made available on February 15 and the answer key will be released on February 21. Candidates will have time from February. February 22-25 to raise challenges and objections to the answer key. After consideration of all the challenges raised by the candidates, the results will be announced on March 16 and the individual scorecard will be made available on March 22.
The GATE 2023 exam will be conducted in a Computer Based Testing (CBT) format. This will be a three-hour exam, which will be divided into the General Proficiency (GA) section and the candidate’s chosen subject(s). There will be a total of 65 questions – 10 (GA) + 55 (subject). While each correct answer will earn the student one or two points, for a 1-point MCQ, 1/3 of a point will be deducted for a wrong answer and similarly, for a 2-point MCQ, 2/3 of a point will be deducted for a wrong answer. . However, there will be no negative scoring for incorrect answers to the MSQ or NAT question.