GATE Ranking 2015
Since the GATE examinations are over and students are waiting for the GATE result and ranking 2015 very eagerly. The GATE ranking is the All India Rank (AIR) and the cut off marks for all the papers under various categories like General, OBC and SC/ST. The GATE ranking refers to the merit list which is comprised of the list of candidates who have been qualified in this exam. The qualified candidate is the one who scores equal to or more than the GATE cut off marks. Cut off mark is the minimum mark required to get passed or qualified in this examination.
The best thing about GATE 2015 exams are that the validity of result of this exam is extended to three years instead of just two years. The rank or score of this exam can be used for three years for aspiring further studies and placements.
GATE cut off and Ranking
We already made clear what is GATE cut off and Ranking means. Let’s know now how to get it and when. The GATE ranking or the All India Ranking merit list can be viewed and downloaded from anywhere. You just need your smart gadgets to be hooked up to internet and log on to the site of IIT Kanpur at www.iitk.ac.in as this aptitude test has been conducted by the IIT of Kanpur. The result date is 12th March and the cut off and ranking is expected to be declared on the same date only.
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Though candidates should wait for the actual GATE result, it is very important to understand the aspects of cut off marks. Cut off marks are set by the GATE committee consisting of IITs and IIS, Bangalore. The Cut off marks is the boundary mark any candidate should score to get qualified. Candidate with marks less than cut off are not qualified for GATE. The GATE ranking renders the qualified candidates a GATE certificate.
GATE qualification is very useful for the students who wish to aspire further studies for various post graduate and doctorate degrees. GATE qualification also helps candidates to get recruited in the major PSUs of India. The major PSUs of India like IOC, ONGC, BHEL and others generally sign a MoU with the conducting IIT to get the copies of GATE results for various subjects. The largest papers of this national level aptitude test are ECE, ME, CS (IT), EE and CE. Also take note that students will need to apply separately to each of the seven IITs, IIS – Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and NITs and other institutes or universities.
The rules for qualifying marks or the GATE cut off are changing every year. The Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering is known as a very tough exam. Every year only 15% of the candidates get qualified through this exam. This shows the toughness of this exam. Candidates need not use their rank or result of GATE immediately in the same year. They can take a break and pursue studies even after two years on basis of the qualification of this exam. Seeking a job in public sectors can be a time taking process and hence the candidates will be greatly benefited as the validity of the GATE ranking or GATE result is increased up three years.
For sure, the above information on GATE ranking 2015 will make you understand the concept of AIR and how the GATE qualification can be utilized for the best of your career and recruitment. We wish you a good luck as the results are nearing. Though the trend is predicting result with help of answer keys and rank predictions based on the result of previous years, we suggest all the candidates to wait for your actual results till 12th of March 2015. We will update you on the result published over the official website of IIT Kanpur.