IIT Bombay will conduct GATE 2021 from 6th February 2021 to 14th February 2021. The GATE 2021 exam is Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. The candidates who are going to appear in GATE 2021 ((Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) exam have to follow the guidelines issued by the IIT Bombay. The instructions has to be followed by candidates as mentioned in official website, gate.iitb.ac.in.
GATE 2021 exam is center based. Previously the admit card has been released by the IIT Bombay. The important guidelines which candidates have to follow are:
- Candidates have to reach to GATE exam center before an hour commencement of exam.
- Candidates after reaching the exam center have to follow the rope queues and floor marks.
- The body temperature of candidates are checked. They have to give exam in an isolation room if their body temperature is more than 99. 4 degree Fahrenhiet.
- Candidates is allowed to carry GATE 2021 admit card and other original identification like PAN/ Adhar Card. Canidates are allowed to wear mask, gloves, use personal sanitizer and transparent water bottle.
- Candidates are not allowed for login after 30 minutes passed when the GATE exam was started.
- Candidates are provided with scribble pad for rough work and virtual scientific calculator showing in computer screen during te examination.
- After completing the exam candidates are requested to drop their admit card, scribble pad on the drop box provided by the exam center and leave the venue.
- Maintain the social distancing by candidates.
This year candidates have to appear for two paper i.e. General Aptitude which is common paper for all and another is Core Subject which is to be selected by the candidates. Two New subject has aaded to GATE 2021 exam pattern, they are ES (Environmental Science and Engineering) and XH (Humanities and Social Sciences) in Economics / English / Linguistics / Philosophy / Psychology / Sociology.The exam pattern has changed.It consisit of MCQs (Multiple chouice questions). MSQ (Multiple Select Questions) type questions are introduced. There will be no negative marking in MSQs and NAT (Numerical Answer Type).