The answer keys for GATE 2017 have been released recently. Candidates can check it out on GATE official website.
Who Organises GATE?
The answer keys for GATE 2017 have been released by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, which is the organising body of GATE.
As per the circular, the question papers along with their respective answer keys for all GATE 2017 papers are given in the official website.
When was GATE 2017 conducted?
The exam was conducted this year during forenoon and afternoon sessions on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) on February 4 to February 5, and February 11 and February 12.
How to check the answer keys for GATE 2017
- Go to GATE official website gate.iitr.ernet.in
- Click on the relevant link
- A login page will appear. Enter all the required details such as roll number and password in the space provided
- Click Submit
- Answer keys will be displayed
- Save it to your computer and take a print out for future reference
For Objection in Answer Keys
Date to raise objections for GATE Answer Keys
Those who have objections in the answer keys can do it between March 3 and March 6, 2017
Steps to register objections in GATE Answer Keys
- Go to the GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS), a module to contest answer keys will be available from March 3 at 10am till March 6
- A candidate has to first give justification for the differed answer and pay Rs 500 as fee. Then they can challenge the answer key of any question
- In case, the answer is found to be justified, payments for a successful answer key challenge will be refunded for the candidates. For all challenges on answer keys, the decision of the GATE 2017 committee shall be final and binding
No correspondence or telephone calls on this matter will be allowed.
For candidates who have appeared in GATE 2017 from outside India, the fee for each answer key challenge is US$10
The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an all-India entrance examination that primarily tests the comprehensive understanding if the candidate in various UG subjects in engineering/technology/architecture and PG subjects in science. The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are jointly conducting the GATE every year. It is the qualifying entrance examination, which is conducted for admission to postgraduate (PG) courses (M.E, M.TechPhD.D) in IISc and IITs. The operations related to GATE is each of the 8 zones are managed by a zonal GATE office at the IITs or IISc.