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IIT Kharagpur will conduct GATE, Graduate Aptitude Test Engineering, a national-level engineering entrance exam for the 2022 session. By getting the GATE scorecard, one can get admission in the M.Tech program administered by the prestigious NITs/IITs or research programs, receive a job in a PSU, go for higher studies in international universities. The GATE examination is conducted jointly by either IIT Bombay, IISc Bangalore, IIT Guwahati, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Madras or IIT Roorkee on a rotational basis. The authority has released the latest brochure PDF on the official website of IIT Kharagpur.
|Examination name||Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering|
|Administered By||Jointly by IISc Bangalore & Seven IITs|
|Conducting body (this year)||IIT Kharagpur|
|Examination purpose||Qualifying Examination for M. Tech/ M.E./ Ph.D. admissions & PSU Recruitment|
|Mode of Examination||CBT (Computer-Based Mode)|
|Mode of Application||Online|
|Examination Duration||3 Hours|
|Number of Exam Cities||195 (excluding six international centres)|
|Frequency of Examination||Annual|
|Number of Questions in Each Paper||65|
|Number of Papers for GATE||29 (Two new Subject papers added)|
|Total Marks of Examination||100|
|Number of Test Takers||858,890|
|Validity of GATE Score/Grade||3 years|
|GATE 2022 Website||https://gate.iitkgp.ac.in/|
List of GATE Papers and their code:
|Architecture and Planning||AR|
|Computer Science & Information Technology||CS|
|Electronics and Communication Engineering||EC|
|Geology and Geophysics||GG|
|Production and Industrial Engineering||PI|
|Textile Engineering & Fibre Science||TF|
|Ecology and Evolution||EY|
|Environmental Science and Engineering||ES|
|Humanities and Social Sciences||XH|
|Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering||NM|
GATE IMPORTANT DATES:
|GATE 2022 notification release date||31 July 2021|
|GATE 2022 application form||30 August 2021|
|Last date to register for GATE 2022||24 September 2021|
|Last date to change Category, Paper & Exam city with the additional fee||12 November 2021|
|Last Date to Apply with Late Fees (Extended)||1 October 2021|
|GATE 2022 admit card release date||3 January 2022|
|GATE 2022 exam date||5, 6, 12, and 13 February 2022|
|GATE 2022 answer key||3rd week of February 2022|
|GATE 2022 result date||17 March 2022|
GATE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
A candidate must own either of the mentioned qualification(s). However, the educational qualification criteria have been relaxed for GATE 2022. You must have a minimum qualification of 10+2+3. Students studying in the 3rd or terminal years of any undergraduate degree are now acceptable for the exam. Also, students who have previously completed any degree program recognized by the government in Technology, Engineering, Architecture, Science, Commerce or Arts are qualified to appear for the GATE 2022.
- BE/B. Tech/B. Pharma
- B.Sc. (Research)/B.S
- M.Sc./M.A./MCA or equivalent
- Professional Society Examination (equivalent to B. Tech/B.E./B. Arch)
- Integrated M.E/M.Tech (Post – B.Sc.)
- Integrated M.E./M.Tech or Dual Degree (after Diploma or 10+2)
- Integrated M.Sc./Integrated B.S-M.S
Candidates pursuing or have passed their graduation in either Technology, Engineering, Architecture, Commerce or Arts, Science in a relevant discipline can apply for the course.
No specific minimum pass percentage is demanded.
No precise age limit is required.
You should be a native Indian to apply for GATE 2022. Candidates belonging to Bangladesh, Nepal, Singapore, Ethiopia, Sri Lanka & the United Arab Emirates also can for GATE 2022.
Eligibility Criteria for International Students:
Candidates living in Singapore, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, & the United Arab Emirates are eligible to apply for GATE 2022. Candidates from these countries must be in their final year/ the pre-final year of their bachelor's degree in engineering & technology/ equivalent, or candidates must have completed their degree.
GATE APPLICATION FEE:
For Examination Centres in India:
|Category||On or Before the given due date||During the Extended Period|
|SC/PwD*/ST category candidates||₹ 750||₹ 750|
|Female candidates||₹ 750||₹ 1250|
|All other candidates||₹ 1500||₹ 2000|
For Examination Centres outside India:
|Centres||On or Before the given due date||During the Extended Period|
|Dubai & Singapore||US$ 100||US$ 120|
|Colombo, Addis Ababa, Dhaka & Kathmandu||US$ 50||US$ 70|
HOW TO APPLY FOR GATE:
- Register from GOAPS.
- Fill the application form for GATE 2022.
- Upload the asked documents like your photograph & a signature.
- Make the GATE 2022 fee payment.
- Click on the submit button.
GATE APPLICATION FORM CORRECTION:
IIT Kharagpur presents the GATE application form 2022 correction for a certain period. Candidates need to log in to GOAPS 2022 portal for modifications. Registered candidates can use the means of application form correction to redress the errors. Candidates can make changes in DOB, name, contact, university or degree. Details such as exam paper, city, category, gender & applicant details may not open for correction.
GATE ADMIT CARD:
The GATE organizing authority shall issue the GATE 2022 admit card for the applicants 15-20 days before the examination date. To get your GATE admit card, you need your GOAPS Enrollment ID & password. Make sure you take the admit card at the examination hall; entry to the exam hall is strictly prohibited without the admit card. Candidates can note the steps given below to download their admit cards.
- Visit the official website of GATE.
- Enter your enrollment number & password.
- Click on GATE Log in.
- Then, click on the GATE admit card download link.
- Admit cards shall be downloaded.
- Save it & take a printout to be taken while appearing for the exam.
GATE SELECTION PROCESS:
The selection process for GATE 2022 consists of a Computer-Based test following a counselling session.
GATE EXAM PATTERN:
|Section||Selected Subject, General Aptitude (GA)|
|Type of Questions||Multiple Select Questions (MSQs), Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) & Numerical Answer Type (NAT) Questions.|
|Design of Questions||Tests the listed abilities: Analysis, Application, Recall, Comprehension, Synthesis.|
|Number of Questions||65 Questions (including ten questions from General Aptitude)|
|Distribution of Questions in all Papers except CY, AR, EY, GG, MA, PH & XL||Subject Questions - 72 Marks, Engineering Mathematics - 13 Marks, General Aptitude - 15 Marks.|
|Distribution of Questions in MA, AR, CY, EY, GG, PH, XH & XL||General Aptitude - 15 Marks, Questions from Subject Concerned - 85 Marks.|
|Total Marks||100 Marks|
GATE 2022 marking scheme:
|Paper Code||Total Time (Minutes)||General Aptitude (GA) Marks||Total Marks||Subject Marks|
|AE, BM, BT, CE, AG, CH, CS, CY, EE, ES, EY, EC, IN, MA, ME, MT, NM, PE, MN, PH, PI, TF, ST||180||15||100||85|
|GE [Part A + Part B (Section I or Section II)||180||15||100||55 + 30|
|AR [Part A + Part B (B1: Architecture or B2: Planning)]||180||15||100||60 + 25|
|GG [Part A + Part B (Section 1: Geology or Section 2: Geophysics)]||180||15||100||25 + 60|
|XH (Section B1 + Any ONE Section)||180||15||100||25 +|
|XE (Section A + Any TWO Sections)||180||15||100||15 + (2 x 35)|
|XH (Section B1 + Any ONE Section)||180||15||100||25 + 60|
GATE Mechanical Engineering syllabus:
|Applied Mechanics & Design||Mechanics of Materials, Engineering Mechanics, Machine Design, Theory of Machines, Vibrations.|
|Engineering Mathematics||Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Calculus, Complex Variables, Numerical Methods, Probability & Statistics.|
|Fluid Mechanics & Thermal Sciences||Heat-Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Applications.|
|Materials, Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering||Casting, Forming & Joining Processes, Engineering Materials, Machining & Machine Tool Operations, Metrology & Inspection, Production Planning & Control, Inventory Control, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Operations Research.|
|Fluid Mechanics & Thermal Sciences||Heat-Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Applications, Thermodynamics.|
GATE Electrical Engineering syllabus:
|Engineering Mathematics||Transform Theory, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Numerical Methods, Complex Variables, Calculus, Probability & Statistics.|
|Electric Circuits||Ideal current & voltage sources, Network graph, Thevenin's theorem, Transient response of DC & AC networks, Norton's theorem, Passive filters, Resonance, Two‐port networks, Three-phase circuits, Sinusoidal steady‐state analysis, Superposition theorem, KCL, KVL, Node & Mesh analysis, Maximum power transfer theorem.|
|Electromagnetic Fields||Self & Mutual inductance of simple configurations, Electric Field Intensity, Coulomb's Law, Electric Flux Density, Divergence, Gauss's Law, Capacitance of simple configurations, Ampere's law, Biot‐Savart's law, Effect of the dielectric medium, Faraday's law, Curl, Electric field & potential due to point, line, plane & spherical charge distributions, Inductance, Lorentz force, Magnetomotive force, Magnetic circuits, Reluctance.|
|Signals & Systems||Fourier series representation of continuous periodic signals, Applications of Fourier Transform, Representation of continuous & discrete‐time signals, Laplace Transform & z-Transform, Shifting & scaling operations, Linear Time-Invariant & Causal systems, Sampling theorem.|
|Electrical Machines||Three-phase transformers, Single phase transformer, Auto‐transformers, DC machines, Electromechanical energy conversion principles, Three-phase induction motors, Synchronous machines, Operating principle of single-phase induction motors, Types of losses & efficiency calculations of electric machines.|
|Power Systems||Series & shunt compensation, Models and performance of transmission lines & cables, Gauss-Seidel & Newton-Raphson load flow methods, Power factor correction, Voltage & Frequency control, Symmetrical components, Distribution systems, Electric field distribution & insulators, Per‐unit quantities, System stability concepts, Circuit breakers, Bus admittance matrix, Symmetrical & unsymmetrical fault analysis, Power generation concepts, AC & DC transmission concepts, Equal area criterion, Principles of over‐current, differential & distance protection.|
|Control Systems||Root loci, Bode plots, Stability analysis, Feedback principle, transfer function, Mathematical modelling & representation of systems, Block diagrams & signal flow graphs, Routh-Hurwitz & Nyquist criteria, Transient & Steady‐state analysis of linear time-invariant systems, Lag, P, PI & PID controllers, Lead & Lead‐Lag compensators, State transition matrix, State-space model.|
|Electrical & Electronic Measurements||Measurement of: current, voltage, power, energy & power factor, Bridges & Potentiometers, Phase, Time & Frequency measurement, Error analysis, Oscilloscopes, Digital voltmeters & multimeters, Instrument transformers.|
|Analog & Digital Electronics||BJT, Characteristics of diodes, MOSFET, Amplifiers, Simple diode circuits: clamping, clipping, rectifiers, Biasing, VCOs & Timers, Simple active filters, Combinational & Sequential logic circuits, Equivalent circuit & Frequency response, Multiplexer, Oscillators & Feedback amplifiers, Characteristics & applications, Operational amplifiers, Demultiplexer, Architecture, 8085Microprocessor, Programming & Interfacing, Sample and hold circuits, Schmitt trigger, A/D & D/A converters.|
|Power Electronics||Buck, Boost & Buck-Boost converters, Characteristics of semiconductor power devices, Single & three-phase configuration of uncontrolled rectifiers, Bidirectional AC to DC voltage source converters, line commutated thyristor-based converters, Issues of line current harmonics, Distortion factor of AC to DC converters, Diode, Single-phase & three-phase inverters, Thyristor, Sinusoidal pulse width modulation, Triac, DC to DC conversion, GTO, MOSFET, IGBT, Power factor.|
GATE Computer Science Engineering syllabus:
Digital Logic, Programming & Data Structures, Engineering Mathematics, Computer Organization & Architecture, Theory of Computation Algorithms, Compiler Design, Databases, Computer Networks, Operating System.
GATE Civil Engineering syllabus:
|Engineering Mathematics||Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability & Statistics, Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE), Numerical Methods, Partial Differential Equation (PDE).|
|Structural Engineering||Concrete Structures, Solid Mechanics, Construction Materials & Management, Structural Analysis, Engineering Mechanics, Steel Structures.|
|Environmental engineering||Water & Waste Water Quality & Treatment, Air pollution, Municipal Solid Wastes.|
|Transportation Engineering||Transportation Infrastructure, Traffic Engineering, Highway Pavements|
|Geotechnical Engineering||Foundation Engineering, Soil Mechanics.|
|Water Resources Engineering||Fluid Mechanics, Irrigation, Hydrology, Hydraulics|
|Geomatics Engineering||Maps, Principles of surveying, Distance & angle, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and more, measurement.|
GATE ECE Syllabus:
|Engineering Mathematics||Numerical Methods, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability & Statistics, Vector Analysis, Differential Equations, Complex Analysis.|
|Networks, Signals & Systems||Network solution methods, Continuous-time signals.|
|Electronic Devices||Poisson & continuity equations; Zener diode, P-N junction, BJT, MOS capacitor, Energy bands in intrinsic & extrinsic silicon; Generation & recombination of carriers; drift current, Carrier transport current, mobility & resistivity; MOSFET, LED.|
|Analog Circuits||BJTs & MOSFETs, Small signal equivalent circuits of diodes; Single-stage BJT & MOSFET amplifiers: bias stability, biasing, mid-frequency small-signal analysis, Simple diode circuits: clipping, clamping & rectifiers.|
|Electromagnetics||Maxwell's equations: differential & integral forms & their interpretation, wave equation, Poynting vector, boundary conditions etc.|
|Digital Circuits||Combinatorial circuits: arithmetic circuits, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh map, minimization of functions using Boolean identities logic gates & their static CMOS implementations, multiplexers, code converters, decoders & PLAs, Number systems.|
|Communications||Random processes: autocorrelation & power spectral density, properties of white noise, filtering of random signals through LTI systems; Analog communications etc.|
|Control Systems||Transient & steady-state analysis of LTI systems; Feedback principle; Transfer function; Frequency response; Block diagram representation; Signal flow graph; Routh-Hurwitz & Nyquist stability criteria, Basic control system components etc.|
The GATE Result 2022 shall be released after completing the GATE 2022 exam, held in February 2022. To check your result, you must log in credentials (Email ID/ Registration No). If you pass the GATE 2022 exam, you will be able to download your GATE scorecard from the official website itself.
After passing the GATE 2022 examination, you need to appear for the Personal Interview/Group Discussion. The GATE Counselling is executed separately by the participating institutions. CCMT (Centralized Counseling for M. Plan/M. Tech) is attended to get admission in IIT, NIT, & other government institutes. The IITs conduct their own counselling for admission in M. Tech courses. The other state-level universities administer their own counselling.
The cut-off marks for GATE 2022 shall be announced in March 2022. The cut-off of GATE 2022 can resemble the GATE 2021 cut-off until and unless IIT Kharagpur produces a very different question paper. Below is the detailed category-wise cut-off for 2021; candidates must go through it for the idea.
GATE EXAM ANALYSIS:
GATE exam Analysis 2021 covers the paper analysis for Mechanical Engineering (ME), Civil Engineering (CE), Information Technology (IT), Electrical Engineering (EE), Computer Science Engineering (CSE).
- GATE 2021 exam was held from 5 February to 14 February 2021.
- Each GATE paper consisted of a total of 65 questions of 100 marks each.
- No negative marking in GATE for NAT.
- One- third mark was deducted for every incorrect input of one mark.
- Two- third marks was deducted for every wrong input for two mark questions.
GATE ME 2021 Analysis:
|Theory Of Machines & Vibrations||easy||6|
|Mechanics of Materials||Medium||5|
|Thermodynamics & Applications||Moderate||7|
GATE 2021 CSE Analysis:
|Discrete Mathematics||No MSQ|
|Operation System||five questions|
|Theory of Computing||seven questions|
|Engineering Mathematics||six questions|
|Computer network||six questions|
|Engineering Mathematics||six mark questions|
GATE 2021 ECE Analysis:
The examination was moderately difficult per GATE paper analysis for Electronics & Communication Engineering (EC). From the following topics, questions were asked:
|Control System||Digital Circuit|
|EDC & VLSI||-|
GATE 2021 EE Analysis:
|Topic||2 Mark Questions||1 Mark Questions||Total weightage|
|Signal and System||3||2||8 marks|
|Electrical Machines||3||2||8 marks|
|Analog Electronics||1||1||3 marks|
|Power Electronics||4||1||9 marks|
|Electrical Circuit||4||3||11 marks|
GATE PREPARATION TIPS:
- Prepare notes in your own words after finishing each chapter or subject. Do practice with a maximum number of questions on given topics or subjects that will make you perfect. These habits certainly strengthen your preparations.
- Analyze your preparation. After completing most mock tests and solving sample papers, it is essential to check & correct all of the wrong answers you mark, ensuring that you will not incorrectly answer the same question next time.
- It is significant to take good care of your health too. Make sure you eat healthy food & get enough sleep. Less sleep will make it hard for you to study.
- Please do not call it a day on co-curricular activities. It is vitally important to indulge in things other than learning for a while to revive the mind.
GATE PREVIOUS QUESTION PAPERS:
GATE RECOMMENDED BOOKS:
Books for Mechanical Engineering:
|Thermal Science||Engineering Thermodynamics by P.K. Nag|
|Fluid Mechanics||Fluid Machines by S. K. Som, Introduction to Fluid Mechanics.|
|Strength of Materials||Strength of Materials by Dr. B.C. Punmia, Ashok Kumar Jain, Arun Kumar Jain|
|Manufacturing||Production Technology by R.K. Jain|
|Engineering Mechanics & Engineering Material||Engineering Mechanics by D. H. Young, S. Timoshenko, J. V. Rao, Sukumar Pati|
|Heat Transfer||Mass Transfer by R. C. Sachdeva & Fundamentals of Engineering Heat.|
|Engineering Mechanics & Engineering Material||Engineering Mechanics by S. Timoshenko, D. H. Young, J. V. Rao, Sukumar Pati|
|Machine Design||Design of Machine Elements by V Bhandari|
|Aptitude||Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations by R. S. Aggarwal|
|Engineering Mathematics||Higher Engineering Mathematics by B. S. Grewal|
Books for Electrical Engineering:
|Signals & Systems||Signals & Systems by Nagoor Kani|
|Electromagnetic Fields||Engineering Electromagnetics by William H. Hayt|
|Electrical Machines||Electrical Machinery by P. S Bimbhra|
|Electrical & Electronic Measurements||Electrical & Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation by AK Sawhney|
|Power Electronics||Power Electronics by MH Rashid|
|Analog & Digital Electronics||Digital Design by M. Morris Mano|
Books for Computer Science Engineering:
|A Top-Down Approach||by Kurose & Ross|
|Discrete Mathematics & Its Applications||Kenneth Rosen|
|Database System Concepts||Korth|
|A Practitioner's Approach||Pressman|
|Principles, Techniques & Tools||Aho & Ullman|
|An Introduction to Formal Languages & Automata||Peter Linz|
|Introduction to Algorithms||Cormen|
Books for Civil Engineering:
|Structural Analysis||Basic Structural Analysis (Edition 3) by C. S. Reddy|
|R.C.C. Design||R.C.C. Designs (Reinforced Concrete Structures) (Edition 3) by Ashok Kumar Jain, B. C. Punmia, Arun Jain|
|Strength of Materials||Strength of Materials (Edition 2) by U. C Jindal|
|Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering||Basics & Applied Soil mechanics (Edition 2) by Gopal Ranjan, A. S. R. Rao|
|Design Of Steel Structures||Design Of Steel Structures (Edition 3) by S.K Duggal|
|Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Machines||Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics (Edition 14) by Dr. P. N. Modi, Dr. S.M Seth|
|Surveying||Surveying (vol. 1,2,3) by Ashok Jain, B. C. Punia, Arun Jain|
|Highway Engineering||Highway Engineering by C. E. G. Justo, S. K. Khanna|
|Engineering Hydrology||Engineering Hydrology (Edition 4) by K Subramanya|
|Engineering Mathematics||Higher Engineering Mathematics - Edition 43 by B.S. Grewal|
|Irrigation Engineering||Irrigation Engineering & Hydraulic Structures (Edition 1)- S. K Garg|
|Aptitude||A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning by R. S. Aggarwal|
Books for CSE:
|Signals & Systems||Signals & Systems (Edition 2) by Alan S. Willsky, Alan V. Oppenheim, S. Hamid Nawab|
|Analog Circuits||Microelectronic Circuits: Theory & Applications (Edition 6) by Adel S. Sedra, Kenneth C. Smith|
|Control Systems||Automatic Control Systems (Edition 9) by Benjamin C. Kuo|
|Electromagnetics||Principles of Electromagnetics (Edition 4) by Mathew N.O. Sadiku.|
GATE STUDY PLAN:
Start early: Starting preparing for the GATE 2022 examination in the early phase helps you plan your studies & a suitable material, which one must have to crack the GATE 2022 examination.
Get thorough with the Syllabus & Exam Pattern: You must go through the exam Syllabus & pattern, as your preparation will be based entirely on these two things. Good knowledge of the exam pattern gives you an idea about how to move ahead with GATE exam preparation. GATE has many types of questions, viz. MCQs, MSQs & NATs & also consists of critical areas.
Know the weightage of your vital subjects: Information about the topic distribution in the question paper is an excellent strategy to be adapted. It helps you know the weightage of strong & weak areas & help you prepare accordingly. You can go through the previous question papers to see the weightage of portions &, consequently, concentrate on those topics which appear to have more questions & weightage in the question paper.
Usage of Reference Books is necessary: Many books are often named for sources by previous toppers, which would help GATE preparation. While the students can use the textbooks for studying, it is recommended that extra books be looked into to boost & make your concepts strong.
Focus on Engineering Mathematics & Aptitude Test: If prepared well, you can secure well in these two compulsory sections of the GATE 2022. Since these two subjects constitute essential topics, you can prepare well & raise your scores. While students can study mathematics along the lines of Engineering, they can prepare the section of general aptitude through newspapers & the past papers of other competitive examinations such as CAT & more.
Revision is the Principal Keyword: The most critical part of preparing for GATE Exam 2022 is often revising. One should not be under any impression that revision will be done once the whole syllabus is finished. It's entirely wrong to revise after studying any topics or concepts or subjects not to forget what was absorbed. The revision will help in the understanding of the topics or concepts & make you more competent. It is also prudent to make notes that you can refer to later near the exam during revision. Also, solve the last 20 years' paper & check with solutions to avoid minor blunders. Doing this contributes highly to your preparation.
Prepare yourselves for the prestigious GATE 2022 with high spirits, grab your chance to make it to the high-esteemed IITs/NITs. Best wishes from our team!