GATE 2021: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay has released Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2021 scorecard on its official website, gate.iitb.ac.in. The result of GATE 2021 was announced earlier this month. Of the 7,11,542 total students who appeared for the exam, only 1,26,813 have qualified. This year the pass percentage was recorded at 17.82 percent. The pass percentage for each subject varies from 8.42 percent to 29.54 percent.
The GATE qualified students will be eligible for admission to M.Tech courses across IITs and IISc. They can also apply for PSU jobs. Candidates will be required to apply on the Gate Online Application Processing System (GOAPS). Earlier this month, only the cut-off was released, now students can check their individual scores.
Steps for checking scorecard:
Step 1: Visit the gate.iitb.ac.in
Step 2: Click on the school card link
Step 3: Sign in using credentials
Step 4: Scorecard will be available, download
Most of the students passed the GATE exam this year. The oldest student who passed the exam is 67-year-old Sankaranarayanan Sankarapandian. He broke two papers – maths and computer science. A retired mathematics teacher at Hindu College, Tamil Nadu, Sankarapandian is a three-year-old and aims to pursue research into the unpopular reality of taxpayers we see.
GATE 2021 was held on February 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, and 14, held on COVID protection measures. This year, two new tests have been added to the list of papers that take a total of 27 papers. The new additional subjects added are ES (Environmental Science and Engineering) and XH (Humanities and Social Sciences) in Economics / English / Linguistics / Philosophy / Psychology / Social. In addition, the curriculum list for all subjects has been updated this year. Some modification was also done in the paper pattern to add multiple selected questions (MSQs) to a range of numerical answers and multiple choice questions.