GATE 2023: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur today released the admit card for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, 2023 (GATE). Candidates who have applied for the exam can download the hall ticket from the official website — gate.iitk.ac.in —
As per the official schedule, the exam will be conducted on February 4, 5, 11 and 12. Answers from the candidates will be available on the application portal on February 15. After that, the final answer key will be released on February 21, and a challenge to the answer key can be submitted from February 22 to 25. The results will be declared on March 16, and the scorecard will be available to download on March 21.
GATE 2023: Will held in these shifts
Held in nearly 200 cities across the country, the exam will be conducted in two shifts on each exam day – the morning shift from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and the afternoon shift from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. The exam is conducted on an annual basis by the seven IITs (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Guwahati, Roorkee, Madras and Kharagpur) and IISc Bangalore on behalf of the National Coordinating Board.
Along with the admit card, IIT Kanpur has also announced some important instructions which all the candidates must follow on the day of the exam.
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- On the day of the examination, all the candidates must bring the printout of the admit card along with original, valid photo ID proof. Make sure your photo is recognizable on your photo ID. If not, get another. (Valid Photo ID: Passport, PAN Card, Voter ID, Aadhaar Card, Driving License).
- The admit card will be considered valid only if both the photograph and signature are clear. To be sure of this, print the admit card on A4 size paper using a laser printer.
Reporting timing at the examination centre within 90 minutes:-
- Candidates must report at the examination venue at least 90 minutes before the scheduled commencement of the examination. They will not be allowed to log in after 30 minutes of the commencement of the exam. Candidates can log in 20 minutes before the commencement of the exam and start reading the instructions.
- A virtual scientific calculator will be available on the computer screen during the exam, which can be used for numerical calculations.
- Personal calculators or any other electronic devices are not allowed.
- Candidates are not allowed to bring any chart/ table/ paper/ books/ sheet/ heavy jewellery into the examination hall.
- A scribble pad will be provided to each candidate for rough work. Before using it, candidates must write their name and registration number on it. Candidates can keep only one scribble pad at any point in time. If the scribble pad is full, they may request another, after returning the first one to the invigilator. At the end of the examination, the remaining scribble pad should also be returned to the invigilator.
- Candidates must bring their pen, pencil, transparent water bottle and pocket-size hand sanitiser. Candidates are not allowed to bring any other items other than these. If a candidate is found to have any prohibited item, his/her registration will be cancelled/banned from the examination and/or disciplinary action will be taken, which may also include a ban from appearing in future examinations.
- Candidates will not be allowed to leave the examination hall before the end of the examination.
- If there are restrictions on movement in some areas, candidates can use the admit card as a pass.
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