GATE 2020 Result – IIT Delhi has issued GATE 2020 scorecard at gate.iitd.ac.in, for all the qualified candidates. The scorecard must be downloaded and kept safe for all the admission process. In all, 18.8% candidates have qualified the exam. Enrollment id / e-mail address and password are needed to check result and download scorecard, from gate.iitd.ac.in. The score of GATE is valid for 3 years. Check more details on GATE 2020 result from this page.
Latest: GATE 2020 scorecard is available for download at GOAPS. Check from the link below.
GATE 2020 Result
The result of GATE 2020 is only announced online for all 25 subjects paper. This time, around , 6.8 lakh candidates appeared for the exam and of these only 1.3 lakh qualified the exam. Check all the important dates for GATE 2020 result below.
|GATE 2020 Result||Important Dates|
|GATE 2020 exam date||01, 02, 08, 09 Feb 2020|
|GATE result out on||13 Mar 2020|
|Downloading of scorecard begins from|
|Last Date to download the scorecard||31 May 2020|
GATE 2020 Cut Off (Official)
The cut off for GATE 2020 has also been announced. Check it from the table below:
GATE 2020 Toppers
Meet GATE 2020 toppers. In all, 29 candidates have topped GATE exam, in 25 subjects. The details of these is as follows:
|AE||Bharath Kumar K||81|
|BM||Ganesh Shivajirao Kulkarni||41.67|
|BT||Pranav Milind Deo||73.67|
|CH||Sachin Singh Naruka||86.67|
|EE||A Pavankumar Reddy||82|
|EY||Sveekruth Sheshagiri Pai||84|
|GG||Upendra Kumar Gupta||83|
|IN||Naraharisetty Sai Sandeep||82.33|
|IN||Krishna Singh Rajput||82.33|
|XE||Devendra Singh Negi||76|
How to Check GATE 2020 Result / Scorecard
The result and scorecard of GATE 2020 are announced at GATE online application processing system. Candidates can check and download it by following the steps below.
Step 1 – Firstly, the candidates need to click on the link above. It directly leads to GOAPS, which looks as shown below.
Step 2 – Next, the candidates have to access GOAPS by entering following details:
- Enrollment id / e-mail address.
- Answer to arithmetic expression.
Step 3 – After entering the details, the candidates need to click on blue ‘submit’ button.
Step 4 – Following the steps above, the login opens. The candidates can then check GATE 2020 result from the login.
How to know if you qualified GATE 2020? – In the result of GATE, marks of the candidates and cut off score is given. If the marks out of 100 secured by the candidate is more than the cut of then they have qualified the exam.
This is how GATE 2020 result looks like:
GATE 2020 Result vs Scorecard
Candidates generally confuse scorecard for GATE 2020 result. However, these two separate things. GATE result is announced for all the candidate, whereas, scorecard of Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2020 shall only be allocated to those candidates who qualify the exam.
There is a vast difference between the GATE result 2020 and scorecard. It is as shown below:
|Details in GATE Result||Details in GATE Scorecard|
|1. Marks out of 100|
2. Cut off marks
3. All India rank (only if qualified)
4. GATE score (only if qualified)
3. Name of candidate
4. Registration number
5. Subject paper
|1. All India rank|
2. Validity of GATE 2020 score
3. Number of candidates who appeared for exam
4. Marks out of 100
5. Cut off marks
6. Name of candidate
7. Registration number
8. Subject paper
This is a sample image of GATE 2020 scorecard:
How is GATE 2020 Score Calculated – Raw and Normalized
The GATE mars out of 100 are the raw score, while, the score out 1000 are the normalized score. Let us have a look how these are calculated:
GATE raw score: It is determined as per the marking scheme of the exam, which is as follows:
- Add 1 / 2 marks for each correct answer.
- Deduct 1/3 marks for each incorrect MCQ.
- Deduct no marks fro wrong NAT answer.
GATE normalized score – The normalization in GATE is only done for those exams which are held in multiple sessions. It is done to bring the difficulty level of all the session as par. It is calculated on the basis of raw score of GATE.
Calculation of GATE score for ME and CE (multiple session paper): The following formula is used for normalization.
GATE 2020 score: The GATE score is out of 1000. To calculate GATE score for single session paper, raw marks are used. Whereas, for the multiple session papers, normalized score is used. The GATE score is determined on the basis of following formula:
GATE Cut Off for Last Year
The cut off of GATE for the examination last year is given in the table below. It is given category wise, for each subject paper.
|Subject Paper||Gen||OBC (NCL)||SC/ST/PwD|
GATE Candidate Data
GATE is one of the most toughest entrance examination. This statement is very well supported by the official result stats which were released by IIT. Check it below.
What After GATE 2020 Result?
Once the result of GATE 2020 is out, candidates will have 2 options for:
- Higher education – take admission M.Tech / M.E / M.Arch / PhD.
- Get a job – apply for PSU recruitment.
IIT Admission via GATE 2020
GATE is conducted by IITs and IISc Bangalore, for admission in PG engineering courses. However, these institutes only grant admission to the top candidates, on the basis of GATE rank and score. To select the candidates, a cut off us determined. The candidates have to apply individually for these institutes, as there is no centeralized counselling process. However, allocation of seat is done via GATE COAP (Common Offer Acceptance Portal).
GATE Cut Off for IITs Admission:
The cut off score is determined separately by each of the IIT. Candidates can check it from the table below.
|IIT Bombay||IIT Guwahati||IIT Gandhinagar|
|IIT Delhi||IIT Dhanbad||IIT Kharagpur|
|IIT Kanpur||IIT BHU||IIT Madras|
|IIT Jodhpur||IIT Roorkee||—|
CCMT Counselling for NIT and CFTI Admission Based on GATE 2020 Result
National Institute of Technology (NITs) conduct Centralized Counselling for M.Tech (CCMT) for admission in M.Tech./ M.Arch./ M.Plan./M.Des courses. Unlike IIT admission, it is centeralized counselling process, in which IIITs and CFTIs also participate. Last time, a total of 46 institutes participated in CCMT counselling.
The details of CCMT are announced at ccmt.nic.in. Details are announced after the release of the result. The candidates have to first register for the counselling and then lock the choices for the course and colleges. After choice filling, the seats are allocated to the candidates on the basis of GATE score.
PSU Recruitment Through GATE 2020
The popularity of PSU recruitment through GATE is increasing every year. Public sector undertakings are those companies, in which major stock is owned by Government. It can be divided into three category:
- Miniratna Category-I
- Miniratna Category-
In total, there are 10 Maharatnas and these recrut candidates for the post of junior engineer, assistant engineer, etc. on the basis of GATE score.
- NTPC – National Thermal Power Corporation
- ONGC – Oil and Natural Gas Corporation
- SAIL – Steel Authority of India Limited
- BHEL – Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited
- IOCL – Indian Oil Corporation Limited
- HPCL – Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited
- CIL – Coal India Limited
- GAIL – Gas Authority of India Limited
- BPCL – Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited
- POWERGRID – Power Grid Corporation of India
The count of Navratna is 14. Some of these which recruit candidates on the basis of GATE are:
- NICIL – NLC India Limited
- OIL – Oil India Limited
- BEL – Bharat Electronics Limited
- HAL – Hindustan Aeronautics Limited
The application form for most of PSUs have been released. Candidates can apply from the official website of these companies.
About GATE 2020
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is a national level exam, conducted by IITs and IISc. The exam is designed to check comprehensive knowledge of the candidates in UG engineering / technology / architecture and pg level subjects. The exam is held for 25 subjects paper, in computer based mode. Today, score of GATE is accepted by NITs, CFTIs, IIITs, private colleges and even government institutes for M.Tech / M.E / M.Arch / PhD admission.
GATE 2020 Result Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : 3 years from the date of declaration of the score.
Ans : All the candidates who qualify the GATE 2020 exam have to: For IITs - The candidates have to individually apply to all the IIT institutions they want to pursue M.Tech from and also register at Common Offer Acceptance Portal (COAP). For NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs - The candidates have to register for Counselling through the Centralized Counselling for M.Tech (CCMT) portal. For State and private universities- Different State and Private Universities conduct their own counselling process based on GATE Scores.
Ans : The candidates can download their GATE 2020 Scorecards anytime from the official GOAPS Portal until a certain deadline. Post this date the candidates can download their GATE 2020 Scorecards after payment of a specified amount.
Ans : The GATE Score is valid for a period of three years for admission in Master's Degree Courses, however, the GATE Score validity for PSU Recruitment is only in the current year.
Ans : No, the candidates can apply to institutions even after the results have been declared, according to the schedule of application of different Institutes. However, the candidates must note that the application process is available for a short time period only. the candidates also have to register at COAP portal to participate in the online seat acceptance process.
Ans : The candidates who qualify the GATE exam and secure admission in Post Graduate programs at a centrally funded government institute are eligible for scholarship/assistantship. The scholarship amount varies from institute to institute.
Ans : Yes, the candidates have to apply individually to all the institutes they wish to take admission in.
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