IIT Bombay will declare the GATE 2021 exam results (in online mode) in the month of March 2021, tentatively. Candidates will need their GATE enrolment number or their registered credentials to access and check their GATE results. . Along with the scores secured by the candidates in the GATE exam, All India Rank (AIR) and other information will also be enlisted in the GATE 2021 result. The authorities will calculate the GATE scores by using the raw scores secured by the candidates in their respective GATE paper.
Authorities adopt a normalization process for the GATE papers which have multiple sessions. After a week of GATE result announcement, the candidates can download their GATE scorecards. It must be noted that the scorecard is issued for only those candidates who qualify the GATE exam, whereas the result is announced for all the GATE test-takers. Aspirants qualifying the GATE 2021 exam will be eligible for admissions into various IITs, NITs, IIITs, ISCs, and various PSUs recruitment. Candidates must go through the complete article to gain detailed insights of the GATE result 2021.
Important Update- IIT Bombay recently released a notification on their official website- gate.iitb.ac.in regarding the schedule for the GATE 2021. The registration process commences from September 11 2020 through GOAPS. The deadline for the GATE 2021 registration is 30th September 2020. The GATE 2021 exam will be conducted on the 5,6,7,12,13 and 14th February 2021 respectively.
The official dates for the declaration of the GATE 2021 result are yet to be announced by the authorities. We have given tentative dates for the reference of the candidates in the table below.
|Conduct of GATE 2021 Exam||Feb 5,6,7,12,13 and 14 2021|
|Release of provisional GATE answer key||Third week of February, 2021|
|Release of final answer key||Second week of March, 2021|
|Declaration of GATE 2021 result||Second week of March, 2021|
|Availability of scorecard||Third week of March, 2021|
The result for GATE 2021 will be announced in online mode and will be available at GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS). Candidates should login to GOAPS in order to access and check their results. Aspirants need to follow the steps given below –
It is advisable for the candidates to go through the details mentioned on the GATE Result carefully. In case of any error or discrepancy, the candidates must immediately contact the Zonal IIT. The details enlisted on the result for GATE 2021 are mentioned below:
As discussed above, the authorities will use the raw or actual marks obtained by the candidates for calculating the scores secured by them. The raw marks obtained by the candidates in different sessions will be converted to normalized marks for that particular subject, for multi-session papers (subjects).
calculation of normalized marks for multi-session papers
On the basis of the fundamental assumption that, “in all multi-session GATE papers, the distribution of abilities of candidates is the same across all the sessions”, the authorities will calculate the normalized scores for multi sessions exams. This assumption is completely justified as the candidates are allocated exam sessions randomly and the number of appearing candidates is very large. Based on this, the authorities will follow the below mentioned formula for calculation of the normalized scores –
For other papers, except CS, CE, EC, ME, and EE, the authorities will use the following formula-
As discussed above, only those candidates will be able to download their scorecards for the exam who will qualify the GATE 2021 exam as per qualifying cut off. By logging in to the GOAPS portal using their registered credentials, the candidates will be able to access and download their scorecard. It is advisable to the candidates to keep their scorecards safe with them for future reference, reason being, the GATE scores are valid for 3 years from the date of declaration of result. To download their GATE scorecard 2021, the candidates can follow the below mentioned steps –
Details to be enlisted on GATE 2021 Scorecard
GATE qualifying cut off is set before the result declaration by the conducting institute of the respective year. The cut off scores for GATE 2021 are yet to be released by the authorities. For the meantime, we have given the previous years’ data for the reference of the candidates below.
|Appeared Candidates||685088 (79.76%)|
|Qualified Candidates||128797 approx (18.8%)|
|Paper Name||Paper Code||General Category Candidates|
|Architecture and Planning||AR||34.8|
|Computer Science and Information Technology||CS||28.5|
|Ecology and Evolution||EY||42.2|
|Electronics and Communication Engineering||EC||28.8|
|Engineering Sciences Minor||XE||26.0|
|Production and Industrial Engineering||PI||36.6|
|Textile Engineering and Fibre Science||TF||37.1|
|Paper Name||Paper Code||OBC (NCL) Candidates|
|Architecture and Planning||AR||31.3|
|Computer Science and Information Technology||CS||25.6|
|Ecology and Evolution||EY||37.9|
|Electronics and Communication Engineering||EC||25.9|
|Engineering Sciences Minor||XE||23.4|
|Production and Industrial Engineering||PI||32.9|
|Textile Engineering and Fibre Science||TF||33.3|
|Paper Name||Paper Code||SC/ST/PwD Candidates|
|Architecture and Planning||AR||23.2|
|Computer Science and Information Technology||CS||19.0|
|Ecology and Evolution||EY||28.1|
|Electronics and Communication Engineering||EC||19.2|
|Engineering Sciences Minor||XE||17.3|
|Production and Industrial Engineering||PI||24.4|
|Textile Engineering and Fibre Science||TF||24.7|
The performance of toppers always motivates and inspires the aspirants. Let’s have a sneak peek into the previous year’s GATE toppers.
|Name of the Toppers||Marks out of 100||GATE Paper|
|Ajay Singhal||90.77||Civil Engineering|
|Sumil Dewda||90.77||Civil Engineering|
|Vikash Kumar||86.88||Mechanical Engineering|
|Harshita Sharma||8 5.3||Physics|
|Ganesh Shivajirao Kulkarni||41.67||Biomedical Engineering|
|Kintan Shah||72||Architecture and Planning|
|Priyanshu Maheswari||73.33||Mining Engineering|
|Tamoghna Chowdhury||73.33||Life Sciences|
|Pranav Milind Deo||73.67||Biotechnology|
|Devendra Singh Negi||76||Engineering Sciences|
|Gaurav Kumar||76.67||Petroleum Engineering|
|Vikrant Chauhan||77||Agricultural Engineering|
|Bharath Kumar K||81||Aerospace Engineering|
|Kalpit Agrawal||82||Electronics and Communication Engineering|
|A Pavankumar Reddy||82||Electronics and Communication Engineering|
|Naraharisetty Sai Sandeep||82.33||Instrumentation Engineering|
|Krishna Singh Rajput||82.33||Instrumentation Engineering|
|Upendra Kumar Gunta||83||Geophysics|
|Jaya Gupta||83||Metallurgical Engineering|
|Sveekruth Sheshagiri Pai||84||Ecology and Evolution|
|Sachin Singh Naruka||86.67||Chemical Engineering|
|Abhash Rai||87.33||Electrical Engineering|
|Suryansh Garg||88||Production and Industrial Engineering|
|Priya Rathore||89.33||Textile Engineering and Fibre |
|Hitesh Poply||91||Computer Science and Information Technology|
GATE aspirants, who successfully score as per the qualifying cut off and then the admission cut off of any of the GATE participating institutes, are eligible for counselling. IITs conduct the counselling rounds through COAP (Common Offer Acceptance Portal) whereas candidates seeking M.Tech admission at NITs or CFTIs need to register for CCMT (Centralized Counselling for M. Tech).
It is expected that in the month of March 2021, the authorities may declare the result for GATE 2021 in online mode.
IIT Bombay will be responsible for handling all the activities and events of the GATE exam for the year 2021. Every year, the institute that hosts the GATE exam organizes all the relevant exam events.
To check and access their results for GATE, the candidates will be required to login to GOAPS using their registered credentials.
Details about the candidate, scores secured by the candidates, GATE qualifying exams, All India Rank, and other relevant information will be enlisted in the GATE result.
Yes, the result for GATE will be declared for all the aspirants taking up the GATE test, whereas the scorecards will be issued to only those candidates who will be qualifying the GATE exam.
The GATE scorecard remains valid for a period of three academic years.
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