GATE Life Science (XL) Exam Syllabus PDF 2023 (2022)

If you want to choose a Life Sciences (XL) subject in your Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE), then you can refer to the latest Gate Syllabus. The GATE Syllabus 2023 for Life Sciences is obtainable on the official website. Meanwhile, students can also refer to this article to discover the Life Sciences (XL) syllabus and the exam pattern of this particular subject. We have also provided the link to download the GATE 2023 syllabus for Life Sciences (XL) pdf.

Table of Contents

  • Syllabus Of GATE Exam 2023 For Life Sciences (XL)
  • GATE 2023 Life Sciences Exam Pattern
  • GATE Life Sciences Exam Paper Marking scheme

Syllabus Of GATE Exam 2023 For Life Sciences (XL)

The GATE 2023 Life Sciences (XL) syllabus includes 3 segments. The first segment is GA (General Aptitude) and the second segment is Chemistry which is marked as segment P and this segment is mandatory for the students. The third segment of the Life Sciences (XL) includes segments Q to U and applicants have to choose any two of them.

That means, along with the GA segment, there are six more segments in the syllabus of Life Sciences. Out of these six segments, the first segment is P which includes Chemistry. The other 5 segments are Biochemistry (XL-Q), Botany (XL-R), Microbiology (XL-S), Zoology (XL-T), and Food Technology (XL-U). Among the five segments, applicants can select any two.

Subjects With Code:

  • XL-P – Chemistry
  • XL-Q – Biochemistry
  • XL-R – Botany
  • XL-S – Microbiology
  • XL-T – Zoology
  • XL-U – Food Technology

Download Gate Life Sciences Syllabus:

  • GATE 2023 XL-P Chemistry Syllabus (Compulsory)
  • GATE 2023 XL-Q Biochemistry Syllabus
  • GATE 2023 XL-R Botany Syllabus
  • GATE 2023 XL-S Microbiology Syllabus
  • GATE 2023 XL-T Zoology Syllabus
  • GATE 2023 XL-U Food Technology Syllabus

GATE 2023 XL-P Chemistry Syllabus (Compulsory)

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Section 1: Atomic Structure and Periodicity

Planck’s quantum theory, wave particle duality, uncertainty principle, comparison between Bohr’s model and quantum mechanical model of hydrogen atom, electronic configuration of atoms and ions. Hund’s rule and Pauli’s exclusion principle.

Periodic table and periodic properties: ionization energy, electron affinity, electronegativity and atomic size.

Section 2: Structure and Bonding

Ionic and covalent bonding, MO and VB approaches for diatomic molecules, VSEPR theory and shape of molecules, hybridization, resonance, dipole moment, structure parameters such as bond length, bond angle and bond energy, hydrogen bonding and van der Waals interactions. Ionic solids, ionic radii and lattice energy (Born‐Haber cycle). HSAB principle.

Section 3: s, p and d Block Elements

Oxides, halides and hydrides of alkali, alkaline earth metals, B, Al, Si, N, P, and S. General characteristics of 3d elements. Coordination complexes: valence bond and crystal field theory, color, geometry, magnetic properties and isomerism.

Section 4: Chemical Equilibria

Osmotic pressure, elevation of boiling point and depression of freezing point, ionic equilibria in solution, solubility product, common ion effect, hydrolysis of salts, pH, buffer and their applications. Equilibrium constants (Kc, Kp and Kx) for homogeneous reactions.

Section 5: Electrochemistry

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Conductance, Kohlrausch law, cell potentials, EMF, Nernst equation, thermodynamic aspects and their applications.

Section 6: Reaction Kinetics

Rate constant, order of reaction, molecularity, activation energy, zero, first and second order kinetics, catalysis and elementary enzyme reactions. Reversible and irreversible inhibition of enzymes.

Section 7: Thermodynamics

Qualitative treatment of state and path functions, First law, reversible and irreversible processes, internal energy, enthalpy, Kirchoff equation, heat of reaction, Hess’s law, heat of formation. Second law, entropy and free energy. Gibbs‐Helmholtz equation, free energy change and spontaneity, Free energy changes from equilibrium constant.

Section 8: Structure-Reactivity Correlations and Organic Reaction Mechanisms

Acids and bases, electronic and steric effects, Stereochemistry, optical and geometrical isomerism, tautomerism, conformers and concept of aromaticity. Elementary treatment of SN1, SN2, E1, E2 and radical reactions, Hoffmann/Saytzeff rules, addition reactions, Markownikoff rule and Kharasch effect. Elementary hydroboration reactions. Grignard’s reagents and their uses. Aromatic electrophilic substitutions, orientation effect as exemplified by various functional groups. Identification of common functional groups by chemical tests.

Section 9: Chemistry of Biomolecules

Amino acids, proteins, nucleic acids and nucleotides. Peptide sequencing by chemical and enzymatic proteolytic methods. DNA sequencing by chemical and enzymatic methods. Carbohydrates (upto hexoses only). Lipids (triglycerides only). Principles of biomolecule purification-Ion exchange and gel filtration chromatography. Identification of these biomolecules and Beer-Lambert’s law.

GATE 2023 XL-Q Biochemistry Syllabus

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Section 1 – Organization of life; Importance of water; Structure and function of biomolecules: Amino acids, Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins and Nucleic acids; Protein structure, folding and function: Myoglobin, Hemoglobin, Lysozyme, Ribonuclease A, Carboxypeptidase and Chymotrypsin.

Section 2 – Enzyme kinetics including its regulation and inhibition, Vitamins and Coenzymes; Metabolism and bioenergetics; Generation and utilization of ATP; Metabolic pathways and their regulation: glycolysis, TCA cycle, pentose phosphate pathway, oxidative phosphorylation, gluconeogenesis, glycogen and fatty acid metabolism; Metabolism of Nitrogen containing compounds: nitrogen fixation, amino acids and nucleotides. Photosynthesis: Calvin cycle.

Section 3 – Biochemical separation techniques: ion exchange, size exclusion and affinity chromatography, Characterization of biomolecules by electrophoresis, UV-visible and fluorescence spectroscopy and Mass spectrometry.

Section 4 –Cell structure and organelles; Biological membranes; Action potential; Transport across membranes; Membrane assembly and Protein targeting; Signal transduction; Receptor-ligand interaction; Hormones and neurotransmitters.

Section 5 – DNA replication, transcription and translation; Biochemical regulation of gene expression; Recombinant DNA technology and applications: PCR, site directed mutagenesis and DNA-microarray, Next generation sequencing; Gene silencing and editing.

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Section 6 –Immune system: Innate and adaptive; Cell of the immune system; Active and passive immunity; Complement system; Antibody structure, function and diversity; B cell and T Cell receptors; B cell and T cell activation; Major histocompatibilty complex; Immunological techniques: Immuno diffusion, immune-electrophoresis, RIA and ELISA, flow cytometry; monoclonal antibodies and their
applications.

GATE 2023 XL-R Botany Syllabus

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Section 1: Plant Systematics-Botanical nomenclature, history of plant taxonomy, diversity and classification of plants, APG systemof plant classification; phylogenetics and cladistics, molecular taxonomy and DNA barcoding; Centers for plant taxonomy and herbaria in India.

Section 2: Plant Anatomy- Anatomy of root, stem and leaves, floral organs, embryo and young seedlings, Primary and secondary meristems, stellar organization, vascular system and their ontogeny, xylem and phloem structure, secondary growth in plants and wood anatomy, plant cell structure and differences from animal cells.

Section 3: Plant development; cell and tissue morphogenesis- Life cycle of an angiosperm, development of male and female gametophyte; cell fate determination and tissue patterning; spacing mechanisms in trichomes and stomata. Embryogenesis, organization and function of shoot and root apical meristems. Transition to flowering: photoperiodism and vernalization, ABC model of floral organ patterning, pollen germination, double fertilization, seed development; Xylem and phloem cell differentiation, photomorphogenesis; phytochrome, cryptochrome, phototropin. Role of auxin, cytokinin, gibberellins, and brassinosteroids on plant development.

Section 4: Plant physiology and biochemistry-Plant water relations, mechanisms of uptake and transport of water, ions, solutes from soil to plants, apoplastic and symplastic transport mechanisms. Mechanism of stomatal movements, nitrogen metabolism, photosynthesis; C3, C4 and CAM cycles, photorespiration, respiration: glycolysis, TCA cycle and electron transport chain. Plant responses and mechanisms of abiotic stresses including drought, salinity, freezing and heat stress, metal toxicity; role of abscisic acid in abiotic stresses. Structure and function of biomolecules (proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acid), enzyme. Structure and biosynthesis of major plant secondary metabolites (alkaloids, terpenes, phenylpropanoids, flavonoids). Biosynthesis, mechanism of action and physiological effects of auxin, cytokinin, gibberellic acids, brassinosteroid, ethylene, strigolactone, abscisic acid, salicylic and jasmonic acid. Senescence and programmed cell death.

Section 5: Genetics and Genomics – Cell cycle and cell division. Principles of Mendelian inheritance, linkage, recombination, genetic mapping; extra chromosomal inheritance; Introduction to epigenetics; gene silencing- transgene silencing, post transcriptional gene silencing, miRNA and siRNA; evolution and organization of eukaryotic genome structure, gene expression, gene mutation and repair, chromosomal aberrations (numerical: euploidy and aneuploidy and structural: deletion, duplication, inversion, translocation), transposons. Model organisms for functional genetics and genomics; Introduction to transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics.

Section 6: Plant Breeding, Genetic Modification, Genome Editing- Principles, methods – selection, hybridization, heterosis; male sterility, genetic maps and molecular markers, embryo rescue, haploid and doubled haploids, plant tissue culture: micropropagation, embryo culture and in vitro regeneration, somatic embryogenesis, artificial seed, cryopreservation, somaclonal variation, somatic cell hybridization, marker-assisted selection, gene transfer methods viz. direct and vector-mediated, generation of transgenic plants; Introduction to genome editing:
CRISPR/Cas9, Cre-Lox system to generate chimeras; plastid transformation; chemical mutagenesis.

Section 7: Economic and applied Botany-A general account of economically and medicinally important plants- cereals, pulses, plants yielding fibers, timber, sugar, beverages, oils, rubber, pigments, dyes, gums, drugs and narcotics. Economic importance of algae, fungi, lichen and bacteria. Major Indian cash crops. Effect of industrialization on agricultural botany such as plastic on fiber economy. Genetically modified crops and its regulation eg. Bt cotton, Bt brinjal golden rice etc.

Section 8: Plant Pathology –Nature and classification of plant diseases, diseases of important crops caused by fungi, bacteria, nematodes and viruses, and their control measures (chemical and biological) mechanism(s) of pathogenesis, resistance: basal, systemic, induced systemic resistance, gene for gene concept. Molecular detection of pathogens; plant-microbe interactions: symbionts and mycorrhiza, pathogens and pests. Signaling pathways in plant defence response; salicylic acid (SA) and jasmonic acid (JA) in plant-pathogen and plant-herbivore interaction, necrosis; host-parasitic plant interaction (such as Cuscuta).

Section 9: Ecology and Environment-Ecosystems – types, dynamics, degradation, biogeochemical cycles, ecological succession; food webs and energy flow through ecosystem; vegetation types of the world, Indian vegetation types and biogeographical zones, climate and flora endemism; pollution and global climate change, speciation and extinction, biodiversity and conservation strategies, ecological hotspots, afforestation, habitat restoration; plant interactions with other organisms; epiphytes, parasites and endophytes.

GATE 2023 XL-S Microbiology Syllabus

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Section 1: Historical Perspective – Discovery of microbial world; Landmark discoveries relevant to the field of microbiology; Controversy over spontaneous generation; Role of microorganisms in transformation of organic matter and in the causation of diseases.

Section 2: Methods in Microbiology-Pure culture techniques; Principles of microbial nutrition; Enrichment culture techniques for isolation of microorganisms; antigen and antibody detection methods for microbial diagnosis; Light-, phase contrast-, fluorescence- and electron-microscopy; PCR, real-time PCR for quantitation of microbes; Next generation sequencing technologies in microbiology.

Section 3: Microbial Taxonomy and Diversity –Bacteria, Archea and their broad classification; Eukaryotic microbes: Yeasts, molds and protozoa; Viruses and their classification; Molecular approaches to microbial taxonomy and phylogeny.

Section 4: Prokaryotic Cells: Structure and Function –Prokaryotic Cells: cell walls, cell membranes and their biosynthesis, mechanisms of solute transport across membranes, Flagella and Pili, Capsules, Cell inclusions like endospores and gas vesicles; Bacterial locomotion, including positive and negative chemotaxis.

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Section 5: Microbial Growth –Definition of growth; Growth curve; Mathematical expression of exponential growth phase; Measurement of growth and growth yields; Synchronous growth; Continuous culture; Effect of environmental factors on growth; Bacterial biofilm and biofouling.

Section 6: Control of Micro-organisms –Disinfection and sterilization: principles, methods and assessment of efficacy.

Section 7: Microbial Metabolism –Energetics: redox reactions and electron carriers; Electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation; An overview of metabolism; Glycolysis; Pentose-phosphate pathway; Entner-Doudoroff pathway; Glyoxalate pathway; The citric acid cycle; Fermentation; Aerobic and anaerobic respiration; Chemolithotrophy; Photosynthesis; Calvin cycle; Biosynthetic pathway for fatty acids synthesis; Common regulatory mechanisms in synthesis of amino acids; Regulation of major metabolic pathways.

Section 8: Microbial Diseases and Host Pathogen Interaction –Normal microbiota; Classification of infectious diseases; Reservoirs of infection; Nosocomial infection; Opportunistic infections; Emerging infectious diseases; Mechanism of microbial pathogenicity; Nonspecific defense of host; Antigens and antibodies; Humoral and cell mediated immunity; Vaccines; passive immunization; Immune deficiency; Human diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, and pathogenic fungi.

Section 9: Chemotherapy/Antibiotics –General characteristics of antimicrobial drugs; Antibiotics: Classification molecular mechanism of mode of action and resistance; Antifungal and antiviral drugs.

Section 10: Microbial Genetics –Types of mutation; UV and chemical mutagens; Selection of mutants; Ames test for mutagenesis; Bacterial genetic system: transformation, conjugation, transduction, recombination, plasmids,
transposons; DNA repair; Regulation of gene expression: repression and induction; Operon model; Bacterial genome with special reference to E.coli; Phage λ and its life cycle; RNA ; mutation in virus genomes, virus recombination and reassortment; Basic concept of microbial genomics.

Section 11: Microbial Ecology –Microbial interactions; Carbon, sulphur and nitrogen cycles; Soil microorganisms associated with vascular plants; Bioremediation; Uncultivable microorganisms; basic concept of metagenomics and metatranscriptomics.

GATE 2023 XL-T Zoology Syllabus

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Section 1: Animal Diversity – Distribution, systematics and classification of animals, phylogenetic relationships (based on classical and molecular phylogenetic tools).

Section 2: Evolution –Origin and history of life on earth, theories of evolution, natural selection, adaptation, speciation.

Section 3: Genetics –Basic Principles of inheritance, molecular basis of heredity, sex determination and sex-linked characteristics, cytoplasmic inheritance, linkage, recombination and mapping of genes in eukaryotes, population genetics, genetic disorders, roles of model organisms in understanding genetic principles.

Section 4: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology –Nucleic acids, proteins, lipids and carbohydrates; replication, transcription and translation, Krebs cycle, glycolysis, enzyme catalysis, hormones and their actions, roles of vitamins and minerals.

Section 5: Cell Biology –Basic principles of cellular microscopy, structure of cell, cytoskeletal organization, cellular organelles and their structure and function, cell cycle, cell division, chromosomes and chromatin structure.

Section 6: Gene expression in Eukaryotes –Eukaryotic genome organization and regulation of gene expression, transposable elements.

Section 7: Animal Anatomy and Physiology –Comparative physiology, the respiratory system, Muscular system, circulatory system, digestive system, the nervous system, the excretory system, the endocrine system, the reproductive system, the skeletal system.

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Section 8: Parasitology and Immunology-Nature of parasite, host-parasite relation, protozoan and helminthic parasites, the immune response, cellular and humoral immune response.

Section 9: Development Biology –Gametogenesis, Embryonic development, cellular differentiation, organogenesis, metamorphosis, Model organisms used in developmental biology, genetic and molecular basis of development, stem cells.

Section 10: Ecology –The ecosystem, Animal distribution, ecological niche and its contribution to ecological diversity, the food chain, population dynamics, species diversity, zoogeography, biogeochemical cycles, conservation biology, ecotoxicology.

Section 11: Animal Behaviour –Type of behaviours, courtship, mating and territoriality, instinct, learning and memory, social behaviour across the animal taxa, communication, pheromones, evolution of behavior in animals.

GATE 2023 XL-U Food Technology Syllabus

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Section 1: Food Chemistry and Nutrition –Carbohydrates: structure and functional properties of mono-, oligo-, & poly- saccharides including starch, cellulose, pectic substances and dietary fibre, gelatinization and retrogradation of starch. Proteins: classification and structure of proteins in food, biochemical changes in post mortem and tenderization of muscles. Lipids: classification and structure of lipids, rancidity, polymerization and polymorphism. Pigments: carotenoids, chlorophylls, anthocyanins, tannins and myoglobin. Food flavours: terpenes, esters, aldehydes, ketones and quinines. Enzymes: specificity, simple and inhibition kinetics, coenzymes, enzymatic and non- enzymatic browning. Nutrition: balanced diet, essential amino acids and essential fatty acids, protein efficiency ratio, water soluble and fat soluble vitamins, role of minerals in nutrition, co-factors, anti-nutrients, nutraceuticals, nutrient deficiency diseases. Chemical and biochemical changes: changes occur in foods during different processing.

Section 2: Food Microbiology –Characteristics of microorganisms: morphology of bacteria, yeast, mold and actinomycetes, spores and vegetative cells, gram-staining. Microbial growth: growth and death kinetics, serial dilution technique. Food spoilage: spoilage microorganisms in different food products including milk, fish,
meat, egg, cereals and their products. Toxins from microbes: pathogens and non-pathogens including Staphylococcus, Salmonella, Shebelle, Escherichia, Bacillus, Clostridium, and Aspergillums genera. Fermented foods and beverages: curd, yoghurt, cheese, pickles, soya-sauce, sauerkraut, idly, dose, vinegar, alcoholic beverages and sausage.

Section 3: Food Products Technology –Processing principles: thermal processing, chilling, freezing, dehydration, addition of preservatives and food additives, irradiation, fermentation, hurdle technology, intermediate moisture foods. Food pack aging and storage: packaging materials, aseptic packaging, controlled and modified atmosphere storage. Cereal processing and products: milling of rice, wheat, and maize, parboiling of paddy, bread, biscuits, extruded products and ready to eat breakfast cereals. Oil processing: expelling, solvent extraction, refining and hydrogenation. Fruits and vegetables processing: extraction, clarification, concentration and packaging of fruit juice, jam, jelly, marmalade, squash, candies, tomato sauce, ketchup, and puree, potato chips, pickles. Plantation crops processing and products: tea, coffee, cocoa, spice, extraction of essential oils and oleoresins from spices. Milk and milk products processing: pasteurization and sterilization, cream, butter, ghee, ice- cream, cheese and milk powder. Processing of animal products: drying, canning, and freezing of fish and meat; production of egg powder. Waste utilization: pectin from fruit astes, uses of by-products from rice milling. Food standards and quality maintenance: FPO, PFA, A-Mark, ISI, HACCP, food plant sanitation and cleaning in place (CIP).

Section 4: Food Engineering –Mass and energy balance: Momentum transfer: Flow rate and pressure drop relationships for Newtonian fluids flowing through pipe, Reynolds number. Heat transfer: heat transfer by conduction, convection, radiation, heat exchangers. Mass transfer: molecular diffusion and Flick’s law,
conduction and convective mass transfer, permeability through single and multilayer films. Mechanical operations: size reduction of solids, high pressure homogenization, filtration, centrifugation, settling, sieving, mixing & agitation of liquid. Thermal operations: thermal sterilization, evaporation of liquid foods, hot air drying of solids, spray and freeze-drying, freezing and crystallization. Mass transfer operations: psychometric, humidification and dehumidification operations.

Candidates who endeavor to pursue the Gate exam 2023 are advised to follow the GATE Life Sciences Syllabus 2023 pdf. You can download the pdf from the above links for the individual subject and prepare the best for your examination.

GATE 2023 Life Sciences Exam Pattern

Along with the GATE XL syllabus 2023, GATE applicants should know the GATE exam marking system, mode of exam and Gate exam pattern. For your convenience, we have structured a table, which candidates can follow.

ParticularsSpecifications
Exam duration3 hours
Exam modeOnline
Type and total number of QuestionsTotal 65 Questions
Total marks of the exam100
Total number of sections
  • General Aptitude
  • Chemistry
  • Section Q to U
Marking Scheme
  • General Aptitude – 15 Marks
  • Chemistry – 25 Marks
  • Section Q to U – 30 Marks

GATE Life Sciences Exam Paper Marking Scheme

  • Total marks: 100 marks
  • Negative Marking: For MCQs only
Type of QuestionNegative Marking For Wrong Answer
MCQ1/3 for 1 mark questions

2/3 for 2 marks questions

MSQs/ NATNo negative marking

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FAQs

What is good gate score for XL? ›

GATE BT – 75.33 Marks out of 100 (GATE Score 1000); Cut-off -30. GATE XL – 74.33 Marks out of 100 (GATE Score 983); Cut-off -36. Qualifying Cut-off v/s Admission Cut-off. Top Institutes expect >65/100 (GATE Score >700)

What is a good gate score for life science? ›

GATE 2019 Qualifying Cutoff (Official)
Paper NameCode of PaperQualifying Marks
Life SciencesXL33
Civil EngineeringCE25.4
Electrical EngineeringEE35.6
Computer Science and Information TechnologyCS26.6
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27 Dec 2021

How can I prepare for GATE 2023? ›

In this article BYJU'S Exam Prep shares a few tips that GATE 2023 aspirants should consider for preparation.
  1. Start preparation at the correct time. ...
  2. Know GATE exam syllabus, exam pattern, and weightage of each topic. ...
  3. Aspirants should select appropriate books and study materials. ...
  4. Solve GATE previous years' papers.
8 Sept 2022

Who will host Gate 2023? ›

GATE 2023 - IIT Kanpur has announced the GATE exam date 2023. The GATE 2023 exam will be conducted as a CBT on February 4, 5, 11 and 12 for 29 papers. GATE 2023 official website is gate.iitk.ac.in. The online GATE 2023 registration with late was open till October 16.

What is the rank for 50 marks in GATE? ›

GATE Marks vs Rank for Top Branches (Previous year)
RankMarks
MechanicalElectronics
1-1092+73+
10-5087-9267-73
50-10085-8763-67
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28 Jul 2022

Is 400 a good score in GATE? ›

GATE score will be valid for three years for applying for admissions for NITs. Candidates with a GATE score of more than 400 are more likely to get admission to NIT. However, the cut-off also depends upon the branch selected to pursue the M. Tech.

Is GATE Life Science easy? ›

It is a highly competitive exam. Lakhs of engineering graduates appear for this exam annually, and year by year, this number increases. In order to qualify GATE Exam In The First Attempt, you must follow some smart tips and tricks while preparing for the GATE Biotech or GATE Life Science exam.

Which colleges accept GATE XL score? ›

Here, we have listed the Government colleges that accept GATE scores and their NIRF Ranking as of 2020.
  • NIRF Rank #1 – IIT Madras.
  • NIRF Rank #2 – IIT Delhi.
  • NIRF Rank #3- IIT Bombay.
  • NIRF Rank #4- IIT Kanpur.
  • NIRF Rank #5- IIT Kharagpur.
  • NIRF Rank #6- IIT Roorkee.
  • NIRF Rank #7- IIT Guwahati.
  • NIRF Rank #8- IIT Hyderabad.

What can I do with GATE XL score? ›

You cannot get a job in any PSUs through GATE XE or GATE XL score. You can only pursue your higher studies through this score as you are eligible to apply for Masters or PhD through GATE XE or GATE XL.To get a job in any PSUs through GATE you need to attempt concerned core engineering paper in GATE.

Can GATE be cracked in 3 months? ›

Candidates who have started their GATE 2023 exam preparation early, must have been familiarized with GATE syllabus and important subjects. But as we all knows time left for GATE 2023 exam who are preparing in just 3 months is very less, So GATE 2023 aspirants need to be more precise now.

Is 2 months enough for GATE preparation? ›

While preparing for GATE 2023 in 2 months will be hard, you should build some relaxing “Me” time into the whole preparation timetable. No one can just sit continuously for hours and hours together simply studying and working. It is also not healthy. So breaks between the intense study schedules are a must.

Is 4 Months enough to crack GATE exam? ›

The target should not be anything less than 70 to 80 questions daily, excluding the mock tests. So, in 4 months you should at-least target to solve 5000-6000 GATE questions and take at least 30 mock tests. The best resource to solve questions currently is past exam question papers.

How many times can GATE be attempted? ›

There is no limit to how many attempts there are for a GATE exam.

How long is a GATE score valid? ›

GATE score card validity is for three years since its issuance. GATE aspirants aiming to improve their scores can appear for the exams next year.

Can I prepare for GATE in 6 months? ›

Students with good basic understanding of all subjects covered in GATE can crack the exam in as less as 6 months preparation and that too with a good score.

Is 500 GATE score good? ›

There a score range of 500 to 600 can be considered as a good performance in the GATE exam.

What is average score in GATE? ›

GATE 2016 Maximum, Minimum & Average Marks
Paper CodeNo of Qualified CandidatesAverage Marks (Out of 100)
MA77827.62
ME3267041.65
MN55937.21
MT961.45.55
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What is a good GATE score for PSU? ›

For the open category, you need to rank below 600. OBC category usually has a cutoff rank below 800. The required cutoff for SC/ST category is 3000 and 4000 accordingly.

What is a valid GATE score? ›

A valid GATE score is the minimum score required to qualify for the admissions to M. Tech at various institutions. Normally, institutions will determine their cut-off criteria, but the candidates should have the minimum qualifying scores in the GATE exams to start off with.

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