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GATE 2016 registrations begin

The registrations for the Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE) have begun starting today (September 1).


GATE 2016 registrations begin

Mumbai: The registrations for the Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE) have begun starting today (September 1).

The GATE 2016 is expected to be held between January 30 and February 7.

GATE is an all-India examination and will be conducted in 2016 by the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras and Indian Institute of Science.

It mainly evaluates the comprehensive understanding of candidates in undergraduate subjects like Engineering/Technology/Architecture and post-graduate level subjects in Science.

Candidates applying for GATE 2016 will need to complete the application process online. They would not be required to send printouts of either the application form or supporting documents.

Candidates wishing to apply for GATE 2016 mush have qualified in any of the following:

B.E./B.Tech./B.Pharm.

B.Arch.

B.Sc.(Research)/B.S.

M.Sc./M.A./MCA or equivalent

Int. M.E/M.Tech(Post-B.Sc.)

Int. M.E./ M.Tech or Dual Degree (after Diploma or 10+2)

Int. M.Sc/Int. B.S.-M.S.

Professional Society Examinations (equivalent to B.E./B.Tech./B.Arch.)

Key dates:

Online applications can be made starting - September 1

Last date to apply online - October 1

Last date for request for change in choice of examination city - November 20

Admit card can be downloaded beginning - December 17

GATE 2016 online examination - January 30 to February 7

Results to be announced on - March 19

For more details, candidates can log on to www.gate.iisc.ernet.in

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