GATE 2020: Attention candidates, the GATE 2020 admit card is officially out. Candidates who were waiting for their GATE 2020 admit card can visit the official website i.e. gate.iitd.ac.in and can download their admit card from there. As per the schedule, the GATE exam 2020 will be conducted on February 1, 2, 8 and 9, 2020.
GATE 2020 admit card: Steps to download
Step 1: Visit the official website i.e. gate.iitd.ac.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link which says GATE 2020 admit card
Step 3: A new page will appear
Step 4: Fill up the required credentials
Step 5: Your admit card will appear on the screen
Step 6: Download it and take a printout for future reference.
GATE 2020 admit card: Important information
- Carry the physical copy of the admit card with you, as without it, you will not be allowed to enter the examination center.
- Official website to keep in mind: gate.iitd.ac.in
- The GATE exam 2020 will be conducted on February 1, 2, 8 and 9, 2020.
- Carry an identity proof with you.
GATE 2020: Important things to check on admit card
- Photograph and signature: The photograph on the admit card and that in the valid photo identity document should match with the appearance of the candidate on the day of examination. It is better to take a print of the admit card on an A4 sized paper using a laser printer, preferably a colored printer.
- Contact: In case of any query, one needs to get in touch with authorities at the earliest through the official contact id [email protected] If any issue is found at the time of frisking or checking the responsibility lies with candidates. The penalty can go up to the cancellation of candidature.
- Details: The candidate’s details including name, parents name, etc should be correct and match with that mentioned in documents. The GATE 2020 admit card should also have the exam date, venue, reporting time and instructions. The name of the paper should be as selected by the candidates.
GATE 2020: Exam pattern
All the Gate 2020 papers will be held for three hours duration and they consist of 65 questions for a total of 100 marks. These questions will be objective-type in nature, and each will have a choice of four answers, out of which the candidate has to select (mark) the correct answer. Each question will be of either one or two marks and for the wrong answer, 1/3rd of allotted marks will be deduced.
In all the papers, there will be a total of 65 questions carrying 100 marks, out of which 10 questions carrying a total of 15 marks will be on General Aptitude (GA), which is intended to test the Language and Analytical Skills.