Download Gate Previous Year Question Papers with Answers in pdf format. We have included all the engineering branches which come under the GATE[27 subjects].

Download GATE Question Papers from 1991 to 2021.

Some Key Points that you need to know about GATE  

  • GATE has a full form of Gratitude Aptitude Test which was started in 1983.
  • The purpose of Gate is to screen for entry-level engineering jobs and also helps for post-graduate engineering admissions.
  • GATE is basically administrated by the Indian Institute of Technology.
  • It is an engineering examination that helps to test students about his/her knowledge related to undergraduate subjects that they might have studied in their engineering degree courses.
  • The results of the GATE, It helps the students whether to continue their graduation in the master or not.
  • Nowadays the admission of a Master’s degree in engineering courses will completely depend on GATE results.
  • No 1oth,12th, and degree marks matter for writing the GATE examination.
  • But if are willing to get admission on the results of the GATE percentile then you should have at least 60% percentile in your degree, regardless of your GATE marks.
  • The duration of the GATE exam will be 3 hours.
  • At present GATE will take exams on around 27 disciplines/subjects.
  • The subjects which the gate will cover are Aerospace Engineering(AE), Agricultural Engineering(AG), Architecture and Planning(AR), Biomedical(BM), Biotechnology(BT), Civil Engineering(CE), Chemical Engineering(CH), Computer Science and Information Technology(CS), Chemistry(CY), Electronics and Communication Engineering(EC), Electrical Engineering(EE), Environmental Science and Engineering(ES), Ecology and Evolution(EY), Geology and Geophysics(GG), Instrumentation Engineering(IN), Mathematics(MA), Mechanical Engineering(ME), Mining Engineering(MN), Metallurgical Engineering(MT), Petroleum Engineering(PE), Physics(PH), Production and Industrial Engineering(PI), Textile Engineering and Fiber Science(TF), Engineering Sciences(XE*), Life Sciences(XL**), Humanities and Social Sciences(XH***), Statistics(ST).

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