GATE is the gate for entering Masters and Doctoral programmers
The Indian Institute of Science and seven Indian Institutes of Technology jointly conduct Graduate Aptitude Test (GATE) for Engineering students. On behalf of National Coordination Board GATE, the Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India, the test is organised at national level. For regulating the examination and declaring the results, GATE committee is the only responsible authority, which involves representatives from administering institutes. For GATE 2010, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati is assigned as an organising institute. This institute is going to look after the full responsibility related to coordination of GATE 2010.
Admission into postgraduate programmes with MHRD and some other government assistantships/ scholarships in engineering institutes/ colleges can be acquired by GATE qualifying candidates. Eligibility for admission into Doctoral/ Master programmes in Architecture/ Technology/ Engineering as well as Doctoral programmes in other related Science branches with MHRD or other government assistantships / scholarships is Bachelors degree in Technology/ Engineering/ Architecture or Masters degree in any area of Mathematics/ Science/ Computer Applications/ Statistics. The students, who secure a place into a postgraduate programme, according to the existing procedure of the relevant institution, are eligible for scholarship as well. However, Candidates with Masters in Technology/ Engineering/ Architecture may get admission into PhD programmes with assistantship/ scholarship without going through GATE exams.
GATE qualification is compulsory in few of the institutions, and it's equally applicable on self-financing students to postgraduate programmes. GATE Qualifying candidates are eligible for Junior Research Fellowship award in CSIR Laboratories or sponsored projects by CSIR. Students coming to the top in some of the GATE papers can apply for Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Fellowship, which is given by CSIR. Prerequisite for an Engineer or Scientist at government organisation is sometimes GATE.
A huge number of aspirants go for the test, but for sure the qualifying number is very less in comparison. Hence, GATE papers of previous years can save you from failing the test. You need to work hard on the papers of back years. Generally, they are objective type multiple choice questions. The paper structure is given below for your reference-
GATE sample Papers this segment test basic knowledge of candidate about his/ her field. You need to extract simple conclusions from the fundamental ideas.
GATE paper's this section plays with principles, facts, laws or formula of the discipline. The candidate is suggested to get the answer out of on-line computation or his / her subject memory.
Synthesis and Analysis
GATE papers of linked type, where you have to answer out of the question pair, and one answer is needed to solve the other. Or two questions share the same data, but they can be answered independently.
In this section of GATE Question Paper, you can apply your knowledge either by logical reasoning or computation.
Common data questions
GATE question paper's this section, can be solved by directly taking data from the question provided and the answers are not dependent on each other.
Linked answer questions
The first answer is taken as an intermediate step, in process of solving the second one.
Questions on mixed type logic can also be given. A mix of single stand alone phrase/ statement/ data type or combination of match items or option codes. Hence, let's prepare in advance for the exams and try to solve more and more GATE Sample papers from various websites, such as latestt.com. This site, not only gives you maximum of everything at one place, but also saves your valuable time on searching or browsing things, here and there online. Forums, free file Sharing and message boards are the biggest facilities available to all the students. Best of luck for future and hope that you rock in the test after all the odds!
Schedule for GATE 2010 exams
2) Exams based on Computer - MN paper - 14.30 hrs to 17.30 hrs, - February 7 th, 2010 Sunday.
1) ONLINE Exams of TF paper initiating from 09.30 hrs to 12.30 hrs - February 7th, 2010 Sunday
3) OFFLINE Exams for every paper, excluding MN and TF - 09.30 hrs - 12.30 hrs- February 14th, 2010,Sunday
15th March, 2010, results announcement - Monday
GATE is the gate for entering Masters and Doctoral programmersBy: Adarsh SharmaAbout the AuthorAdarsh Sharma is the webmaster of Latestt.com. For more information about GATE Question Paper, GATE papers and GATE sample Papers visit the site.(ArticlesBase SC #1742407)