GATE result 2020: Check cut-off and merit list

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |

Updated: March 14, 2020 11:39:01 am

GATE result 2020: Check at (Representational image)

GATE result 2020: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has released the final answer key and result for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2020 at its official website, on March 13. Cut-off for most subjects has declined in comparison with other last year. The highest cut-off for this year will be 91 for computer science followed by civil engineering at 90.77 and textile engineering at 89.

From Computer Science engineering, Hitesh Poply has secured AIR 1 rank. In civil engineer, two people have shared the top slot – Ajay Singhal and Sumit Dewda. In textile engineering the top slot is secured by Priya Rathore.

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The GATE 2020 result was initially scheduled to be released on Monday, March 16, however the same was declared much in advance. Check the complete subject-wise cut-off list here.

This could be because the institute will be closed till March 31 and any public gathering including seminars, conferences etc at the campus are postponed as a precautionary measure to prevent students and staff from the coronavirus which has spread in Delhi NCR.

GATE result 2020: How to check

Step 1: Visit the official website,
Step 2: Click on the ‘click here’ link next to answer key
Step 3: Click on the subject you appeared for
Step 4: Answer key will appear, download

For result: 

Click on click here next to result link at step 2
Log-in using credentials at step 3
Result will appear, take print out of download

Check GATE 2020 LIVE updates here 

GATE result 2020: Cut-off

As many as 8,59,048 candidates have registered for the exam, of which, 6,85,088 (79.76 per cent) appeared for the exam. This is the lowest in past five years. The decline in the number of candidates is being linked to the MTech fee hike. As reported by earlier, over 15-20 per cent MTech seats across IITs go vacant every year.  The seven old IITs had 280 vacant seats across MTech courses in 2017, as per the data.

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