GATE Study Material

We at Edubull provide vast study material for the preparation of GATE exam. The study material includes both technical and non-technical section. The subjects covered are Reasoning and Aptitude, General English and Engineering Mathematics. The engineering entrance exam GATE required a thorough study of each and every concept.

GATE EXAMS

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is a national-level post-graduate entrance exam that is jointly conducted by the seven IITs (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Guwahati, Kharagpur, Madras, and Roorkee) and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore for admission to M.Tech programs offered by the government. The detailed information like eligibility, age criteria, syllabus, exam pattern is given below.

Eligibility of GATE Exams

Nationality

Only Indian candidates can apply

Educational Qualification

Candidates should have completed their Bachelor's degree in Engineering/Technology or Master's degree (M.Sc) in any relevant science subject or must be in the final year of the programme. While applying for GATE, there is no minimum pass percentage in the qualifying degree.

Syllabus of GATE Exams

  1. Fourier Series
  2. Laplace Transforms
  3. Numerical methods for linear and nonlinear algebraic equations
  4. Numerical integration and differentiation
  5. Dynamic stability
  6. Euler angle
  7. Equations of motion
  8. Aerodynamic forces and moments, stability & control derivatives
  9. Decoupling of longitudinal and lateral-directional dynamics
  10. Longitudinal modes; lateral-directional modes
  11. Orbit transfer
  12. In-plane and out-of-plane
  13. Elementary ideas of viscous flows including boundary layers
  14. Wind Tunnel Testing
  15. Measurement and visualization techniques
  16. Vibration of beams
  17. Theory of elasticity
  18. Equilibrium and compatibility equations
  19. Airy’s stress function
  1. Engineering Mathematics
  2. Farm Machinery
  3. Farm Power
  4. Soil and Water Conservation Engineering
  5. Irrigation and Drainage Engineering
  6. Agricultural Processing Engineering
  7. Dairy and Food Engineering
  1. Architecture and Design
  2. Building and Structures
  3. Urban Design
  4. Planning Techniques and Management
  5. Building Materials, Construction and Management
  6. Environmental Planning and Design
  7. Urban Planning and Housing
  8. Services, Infrastructure and Transportation
  1. Engineering Mathematics
  2. General Biotechnology
  3. Recombinant DNA Technology
  4. Plant and Animal Biotechnology
  5. Bioprocess Engineering and Process Biotechnology
  1. Engineering Mathematics
  2. Geotechnical Engineering
  3. Environmental Engineering
  4. Geomatics Engineering
  5. Structural Engineering
  6. Water Resources Engineering
  7. Transportation Engineering
  1. Engineering Mathematics
  2. Fluid Mechanics and Mechanical Operations
  3. Mass Transfer
  4. Instrumentation and Process Control
  5. Chemical Technology
  6. Process Calculations and Thermodynamics
  7. Heat Transfer
  8. Chemical Reaction Engineering
  9. Plant Design and Economics
  1. Engineering Mathematics
  2. Digital Logic
  3. Computer Organization and Architecture
  4. Programming and Data Structures
  5. Algorithms
  6. Theory of Computation
  7. Compiler Design
  8. Operating System
  9. Databases
  10. Computer Networks
  1. Physical Chemistry
  2. Organic Chemistry
  3. Inorganic Chemistry
  1. Engineering Mathematics
  2. Networks, Signals and Systems
  3. Electronic Devices
  4. Analog Circuits
  5. Digital Circuits
  6. Control System
  7. Communication
  8. Electromagnetics

Exam Pattern of GATE Exam

GATE Exam Structure Details
Number of Sections General Aptitude and the choice of engineering branch
Duration of Exam 180 minutes (60 minutes per section)
Number of questions
  1. General Aptitude (GA) - 10 questions (5 of 1 mark & 5 for 2 marks)
  2. Paper excluding GG, XE, XL - 55 questions (25 of 1 mark & 30 of 2 marks)
  3. Geology & Geophysics (GG) - 55 questions (25 of 1 mark & 30 of 2 marks)
  4. Engineering Sciences (XE) - 11 questions (7 of 1 mark & 4 of 2 marks)/ optional subject - 22 questions of 35 marks (9 of 1 mark & 13 of 2 marks)
  5. Life Sciences (XL) - 15 questions (5 of 1 mark & 10 of 2 marks)/ optional subject - 20 questions of 30 marks (10 questions of 1 mark & 10 questions of 2 marks)
Language of question paper English
Number of answer choices
  1. 4 choices in case of MCQ
  2. No choices in case of NAT
Mode of examination Online
Marking Scheme
  1. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) - +1 & 2 marks for the correct answer; 1/3 mark will be deducted for 1 mark questions and 2/3 mark will be deducted for 2 marks questions
  2. Numeric Answer Type (NAT) - +1 & 2 marks for the correct answer; no negative marking
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