GATE 2023: IIT Kanpur will conduct the first GATE 2023 exam tomorrow. The entrance exam is scheduled to be conducted on February 4, 5, 11 and 12. It will be conducted in two slots – 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
To enter the exam centre, candidates have to follow some exam guidelines. First of all, candidates must remember to carry the admit card to the exam hall as no candidate will be allowed to enter the exam centre without showing the hall ticket and government-approved ID card. Beyond that, here are important guidelines to know.
GATE 2023 Exam Guidelines
- Along with the admit card, candidates will also have to bring original and valid photo identity documents. No photocopy/scanned copy will be accepted as valid ID proof.
- As announced on the official website of GATE 2023, candidates should report at the exam centre per the time mentioned in their admit card.
- Candidates have to log in to the system 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination. In case of late admission, no extra time will be given to the candidates.
- During the online exam, a virtual scientific calculator will be provided to all the candidates, which will be used to answer the questions. Hence, candidates are not required to bring any calculator to the exam venue.
- If any candidate is found in possession of a physical calculator (even on an electronic watch) or a mobile phone (even in switched-off mode), his/her candidature will be cancelled.
- Candidates are requested to bring their essential items as the invigilators will not consider lending/borrowing stationery.
- Candidates will be provided with only one scribble pad at any point in time which can be used for doing rough work. To get the second scribble pad, the candidate has to return the first scribble pad. All scribble pads must be returned to the invigilator at the end of the test.
- Candidates have to follow Covid precautions. Candidates without masks and sanitizer will not be allowed to sit inside the examination hall.
- GATE 2023 is a three-hour computer-based test consisting of 65 questions (MCQs, MSQs and NATs), where 10 questions are from general aptitude and 55 questions are from subject papers.
- The exam is conducted with a total of 100 marks. GATE 2022 result is also considered by the PSUs for the recruitment of the candidates.
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