Thursday, February 14, 2019

Gate syllabus for CSE pdf

About Gate

1. There are 24 Subjects / Papers in GATE Exam. 
An Applicant can seem just in any ONE PAPER.

2. GATE Exam is Online / Computer-Based Test.

3. The whole process of filling an application form and uploading the required documents are ONLINE. Applicants are not required to send anything physically.

4. Electronics devices along with physical calculators are not allowed in the examination hall. Students will be provided with a virtual gate calculator on the computer screen for calculation purposes.

5. GATE Score Card is valid for Three Years from the date of result announcement.

6. There is NO AGE LIMIT to appear in GATE Exam.

Eligibility Criteria for Gate 2020 Exam:-
For B.E. / B.Tech. / B.Pharm: Candidates ought to have effectively finished or in the last year of their four year certifications. (4 years after 10+2 or 3 years after B.Sc./Diploma in Engineering /Technology).

GATE Exam Duration:-

GATE Examination is of THREE Hours Duration. Applicants are allowed to occupy their seats prior to 40 minutes before the examination so that they can log in and read instruction Calmly. Applicants will not be allowed to enter the examination hall after 09:30 AM for the morning session and 02:30 PM for the afternoon session so reach the exam center before time. Once the GATE exam gets start candidates are not allowed to leave the hall until the exam ends.

Question Paper Pattern

Gate Exam question paper is of 100 marks consisting of 65 questions out of which 10 questions carrying 15 marks will be from General Aptitude.

Paper codes with AE, AG, BT, CE, CH, CS, EC, EE, IN, ME, MN, MT, PE, PI, TF, and XE bear 15 characteristics of Engineering Mathematics, 15 signs of General Aptitudes and 70 signs of the subject of the paper.

 Paper code with AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH, and XL bear 15 characteristics of General Aptitudes and 85 signs of the subject of the paper
Type of Questions in GATE Exam

In GATE Examination there are two types of questions:

Numerous Choice Questions: MCQ comprises of 4 choices out of which applicants need to choose just one answer. There is Negative checking for MCQ. In case of the wrong answer, for 1 marks question, there is 0.33 mark deduction and for 2 marks question, there is a 0.66 mark deduction.

Numerical Answer Type: NAT type question does not demonstrate an alternative. The candidate has to fill a signed real number with the help of a virtual numeric keypad provided on the computer screen. There is NO Negative Marking for NAT.

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