GATE Paper Analysis for 4th 5th February Exam 2017: Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee successfully conducted the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) for Mechanical Engineer, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Biotechnology and Chemistry Branch on 4th and 5th February 2017.
GATE Paper Analysis 2017
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GATE Chapter Wise Analysis for Mechanical Engineering (ME) 2017
All Aspirants, who have applied an application for admission through GATE in various engineering colleges and institutions and appeared in this examination, are eagerly waiting and searching exam question paper analysis, they can find GATE Chapter Wise Analysis for Mechanical Engineering (ME) 2017 and GATE 2017 Electronics Paper Analysis through edunic.in.
GATE 2017 Electronics Paper Analysis
The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2017 (GATE 2017) was held in session on 4th 5th 11th and 12th February 2017. First Sift is start from 9.00 am to 120 am and second sift are 14.0 Hrs to 17. 0Hrs.
The overall level of the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2017 was Moderate to Difficult. The Question Paper analysis is based on reviews and interview of candidates, who appeared in this exam on above mentioned date.
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The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering examination for all the 23 disciplines will be conducted by an online computer-based examination. An Applicant can appear only in any one paper of the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering examination. Some of the papers in GATE 2017 will be held in multiple sessions.
The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering examination 2017 consists of two sections with a total of 65 questions for 100 marks for three hours duration.
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Normally, Questions for the GATE exam are from three various field namely engineering mathematics, general aptitude, engineering core. The engineering mathematics and general aptitude are covering 20-25 marks in the test, and the rest of the marks in the test will be from the core engineering field.
A Large number of Aspirants applied and appeared for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering across various examination centers in India.