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GATE 2024 subject-wise schedule out; CE, CS to be held as multi-session papers | Education News


GATE 2024: The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore has announced the GATE 2024 subject-wise schedule. The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2023 will be conducted between February 3 and 11, 2024. The exams will be held in two sessions – forenoon and afternoon. The forenoon session exams will be held from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and the afternoon session exams will be conducted between 2:30 pm and 5:30 pm.

According to the GATE 2024 schedule, the Civil Engineering (CE) and Computer Science and Information Technology (CS) will be multi-session papers.

GATE 2024 Subject-Wise Schedule

Exam date Subjects
February 3 Forenoon – Architecture and Planning, CY – Chemistry, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, Environmental Science and Engineering Production and Industrial Engineering
  Afternoon – Geomatics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics
February 4 Forenoon – Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Ecology and Evolution, Geology and Geophysics, Humanities and Social Sciences
  Afternoon – Civil Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering, Mathematics, Mining Engineering, Petroleum Engineering
February 10 Forenoon – Aerospace Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Biotechnology, Computer Science and Information Technology, Metallurgical Engineering, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Textile Engineering and Fibre Science
  Afternoon – Computer Science and Information Technology, Statistics, Engineering Sciences, Life Sciences
February 11 Forenoon – Electronics and Communication Engineering
  Afternoon – Electrical Engineering

GATE 2024 will be in English and entirely of the objective type. The types of questions in GATE 2024 will include Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ), Multiple Select Questions (MSQ), and Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions. In MCQs, only one out of four options is correct. In MSQs, one or more than one out of four options is/are correct; and for NAT questions, the answer must be keyed in using a virtual keypad. The candidates must use only the on-screen virtual calculator provided for their calculations.

 GATE 2024 admit card will be issued on January 3.





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