|Purpose||Recruitment test :
For central government jobs
(Govt. of India) in various Engineering Departments.
|Entrance test :
|Who Conducts?||UPSC, New Delhi||IISc Bengaluru / Any of seven old IITs|
|Syllabus||Almost Maximum of
Engineering Graduate Syllabus + GS
and Engineering Aptitude.
|Part of Engineering Graduate Syllabus + Numerical
and Verbal Ability.
|Exam Papers||ESE exam is conducted in four streams
||GATE exam is conducted in 25 Papers. (as per GATE 2020)
including both Engineering and Non-Engineering.
|Examination Mode||Offline Exam||Online (CBT) Exam.|
|Exam Pattern||ESE exam is of 3 tier
||GATE exam is of only Objective type questions.
|Use of Calculator||
||Virtual calculator will be provided
(Physical programmable calculator not allowed).
|3 hours (One specified session on a particular day)
100 Marks (30 One mark + 35 two marks)
|Types of Questions||
||Competition ratio in terms of the number of candidates
qualified versus the number of candidates appearing the
examination is nearly 1:7. (approximately 15% of the
candidates appearing). Hence, qualifying in GATE exam
is relatively easy compared to ESE.
Special note to 3rd and final year students of B.E / B. Tech
Summer short term Batches: For GATE about 50 to 60 days will be arranged at Hyderabad & Delhi. These batches will be arranged during the summer vacation of the students. This will be very much useful for 3rd, final year & passed-out (who cannot stay for long time) students who cannot take long-term regular batches.
Winter short term Batches: For GATE about 50 to 65 days will be arranged at Hyderabad. These batches will be arranged during the winter vacation of the students. This will be very much useful for 3rd, final year & passed-out (who cannot stay for long time) students who cannot take long-term regular batches.