GATE 2021 Online Application Correction window has been opened and How to make changes in the application form. Candidates who have applied for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2020 can edit their application form and make changes in it at the official website, gate.iitd.ac.in.
Only minor changes will be allowed in the application form, as per the officials from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi – the exam conducting institute.
Candidates can also make changes in the exam city allotted to them till November 23, however, an additional fee will be applicable. The GATE application process, including the late fee, has been closed and the admit card will be released on January 8, as per the official notification.
Candidates, please note that window for minor corrections (name, father’s name, college name, etc.) will open from November 17
From 17.11.2020 to 23.11.2020 (only for Successfully Registered Candidates)(ONE TIME) CORRECTION in
(i) Contact Address, University/College Name and / or Degree nomenclature is FREE of COST.
(ii) Name and / or Date Of Birth are with corrections fees of 500
GATE 2021 examination will be conducted over six days and twelve sessions on Friday 5th, Saturday 6th, Sunday 7th, Friday 12th, Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th of February 2021.
GATE 2020 Online Application Correction:
How to make changes in GATE 2020 Online Application:
- Visit the official website, gate.iitd.ac.in
- Log-in to candidate dashboard
- Open application form, click on edit
- Make changes, review and submit
GATE 2020 Exam pattern: The GATE 2020 will be a computer-based multiple-choice question or MCQ-based exam. Candidates will have to answer 65 questions for a total of 100 marks within three-hours’ time.
The exam consists of two sections. The paper will contain questions on general aptitude (15 marks), engineering mathematics (10-13 marks) and core engineering area of the candidate.
Those who clear the exam will be able to apply for admission for the MTech courses at IITs and IISc as well as jobs across PSUs.