The IIT Kharagpur will start the application procedure for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2022 on September 2. Understudies can apply online at gate.iitkgp.ac.in. The last date to acquiesce the application form is September 24 (without late fees) and October 1 (with late charges).
The examination will be apprehended on February 5, 6, 12, and 13, 2022 of every two sessions every day. It will be a completely computer based test (CBT). The forenoon session will be directed from 9 am to 12 pm and the evening session will be led from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
This year, two new papers have been added to the rundown of GATE 2022 subjects. The papers called Geomatics Engineering (GE) and Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (NM) are being presented in GATE 2022. There will be a sum of 29 papers in GATE 2022.
This year, the eligibility standards to show up for GATE-2022 have been extended. Up-and-comers who have BDS and MPharm degrees can likewise show up for the test. An applicant who is right now studying in the third or higher years of any college degree program or has as of now finished any government supported degree program in architecture/technology/engineering/science/commerce/arts is qualified to show up for the GATE 2022 assessment. There is no age cutoff to show up for the GATE 2022 assessment.
For up-and-comers showing up for Geology and Geophysics (GG) papers, separate scores and positioning will be given dependent on their selection of regions. A competitor showing up in a couple of papers should fill just one GATE application form 2022. In any case, candidates showing up for more than one paper need to pay the GATE 2022 application fee independently for the two papers.
Assessment for CE, CS, EC, EE, and ME papers in GATE 2022 might be held in various sessions. Be that as it may, an applicant will be needed to show up for the assessment in just one of the numerous sessions of a similar paper.
Direct enrollment to Group A level posts in central government, i.e, senior field officer (Tele), senior research officer (Crypto) and senior research officer (S&T) in bureau secretariat, the government of India, is presently being completed based on GATE score.
All test papers of GATE 2022 examinations will be totally of objective type. The pattern of questions will incorporate some multiple choice questions (MCQ), while the leftover questions might incorporate multiple select questions (MSQ) as well as numerical answer type (NAT) questions.
The papers will test the accompanying characteristics of competitors: review comprehension application analysis and synthesis. There will be an aggregate of 65 questions in the papers — 10 questions (general awareness) and 55 questions (subject).