The exam was conducted on February 4, 5, 11 and 12 in eight sessions. Around 6.70 lakh students registered for GATE 2023 out of which about 5.17 lakh appeared for the exam. Of them, around one lakh candidates qualified the GATE 2023. The pass percentage was nearly 18 per cent.
The exams were held in over 500 centres across the country and the overall attendance was 77 per cent. GATE 2023 was conducted in 29 subjects and candidates had the choice of selecting two papers in some subjects. The Metallurgical engineering paper recorded the highest qualified percentage of this year i.e., 25 per cent.
The score cards will be available by March 22 instead of March 21. Candidates will be able to download their scorecard from the portal till May 31 without any fees.
Courtesy : The Indian Express