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GATE-2013 Entrance Goes Online For About 15Streams

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GATE 2013 Goes Online For 15 Streams
GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test In Engineering), New Delhi, has come up with the decision in order to conduct Online Examinations for about 15 streams among the 21streams for which GATE is considered for. Around thousands of students will be put into surprise after announcement.

Mostly, the benefits will be availed by M.Tech and Ph.D aspirants as the online mode is not new for candidates who are B.E or B.Tech graduate. Meanwhile, earlier only 6 papers were held online for the M.Tech and P.hD programmes.

GATE is conduxtes by the seven IIT's (Indian Institute of Technologies) along with Indian Institute of Science. The seven IIT's include IIT of Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee. The IIT's are in behalf of the National Co-ordination Board-GATE, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) and Government of India.

The prime organizing institute for conducting GATE 2013 examinations is Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. The Online Papers takes off from January 20, 2013 where as Offline test from February 10, 2013. The results will be announced on 16th March, 2013.

The Associate Professor and Placement officer at the Osmania University College of Engineering (OUCE), Uma Maheshwar said "The online system has its advantages as candidates can monitor the number of questions remaining and time available during the test. In the traditional- Pen and paper test, candidates lose count of the questions unless he or she keeps a manual check. Also, as many students might have had an attempt at the online entrance test such as AIEEE or BITSAT at Intermediate level, introduction of online mode in GATE won't bring students in surprise."

For details on GATE Examination, exam date, timings and application forms please click on : GATE 2013 Notification .

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