GATE 2017 Score Card - The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) was held in the month of February 2017. The Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, was the conducting body of the GATE 2017 exam. The GATE 2017 score card will be available for download from March 27, 2017, on the official website of GATE. Candidates can check the procedure to download the GATE score card here. The GATE 2017 score card will be valid for a period of three years and students can use the same for M.Tech admissions or PSU recruitments.
About the GATE 2017 Score Card:
- The GATE 2017 score card will be valid for a period of THREE years.
- It can be used for M.Tech admissions in various engineering colleges in India as well as for PSU recruitments.
- The GATE 2017 scorecard can be downloaded from March 27 to May 26, 2017, from GATE Online Application Process System (GOAPS).
- If a candidate requires a soft copy of the score card, the same can be obtained by applying for it on GOAPS. The candidate will have to pay a fee of INR 500.
- Only qualified candidates will be able to download the GATE 2017 score card.
How to Download the GATE 2017 Score Card:
- Log on to the official website of GATE 2017
- Select the 'GOAPS' Link
- Enter the details of GATE 2017 Enrolment ID or Email ID and the password to log in through GOAPS
- Click on the given link to download the GATE 2017 Score Card
The GATE 2017 Score Card will contain the following information:
- Name of the Candidate
- GATE 2017 Registration No
- GATE 2017 Examination Paper
- GATE 2017 Score
- GATE 2017 Score Valid (From Date; To Date)
- Total Marks obtained out of 100
- GATE 2017 All India Rank
- GATE 2017 Qualifying Marks for General, OBC (NL) and SC/ST/PwD candidates for the particular paper
- Total number of candidates who have appeared in the respective papers
Eligibility to Download the GATE 2017 Score Card:
- All SC, ST and PwD candidates whose marks are greater than or equal to the qualifying mark of SC/ST/PwD candidates in their respective papers
- All other candidates whose marks are greater than or equal to the qualifying mark of OBC (NCL) candidates in their respective papers