The wait for the official release of GATE 2017 is over as IIT Roorkee , the organizing body of GATE 2017 exam, has announced the release of GATE 2017 answer key. The GATE 2017 online exam was conducted on four different dates i.e. 4, 5, 11 and 12 February 2017 for 23 disciplines of engineering and science.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has finally announced the release of ESE 2017 (Prelims) result. If you are one among the thousands of candidates who appeared in the ESE 2017 prelims exam on 8 January 2017 then you can check your ESE 2017 prelims result here.
The candidates who will clear the Preliminary phase of ESE 2017 will become eligible for the ESE 2017 Mains exam that are scheduled to be conducted on 14 May 2017.
The result of ESE 2017 (Prelims) / IES 2017 (Prelims) exam that was conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is still being awaited by candidates that took the examon 8 January 2017. There is no official word from UPSC regarding the final date of declaration of IES Preliminary Exam 2017 result. Even there is no update about the tentative date of announcing the IES 2017 (Prelims) exam result on the official website of UPSC.
The Engineering Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2017 (ESE 2017 erstwhile known as IES 2017) was conducted on 8 January 2017 by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) for candidates who are interested and eligible to serve as Class 1 officer in various departments of the central government. The number of posts announced for ESE 2017 (IES 2017) is approximately 440.
The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Deemed University, has released a notification inviting applications from B.Tech students with outstanding performance in GATE 2015-2017 exams for admission to PhD program in Systems Science. The GATE score of engineering students in Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, and Mathematics would be the determining factor for admission to the Ph.D. program in Systems Science.
The organising body of GATE exams has included three more GATE exam centers in its list of test centers for conducting GATE exams. The three new GATE centers that have been added are Burdwan, Dibrugarh, and Gorakhpur. The exam centers at Burdwan and Dibrugarh comes under IIT Guwahati Zone, whereas Gorakhpur exam center comes under IIT Kanpur Zone.
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore has released a notification for admission, inviting eligible candidates for its two-year Master of Technology (M.Tech) program for the academic session 2017. The interested candidates should have obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics/ Statistics/ Computer Science/ Electronics from a university or institute of repute.
The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) exam, which determines admission to post-graduate and direct Ph.D. courses in Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institutes of Science (IISc) and other reputed institutes on the basis of GATE score, for the first time went overseas this year.
The organizing authority of GATE 2017, the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee has published the responses for the GATE 2017 question paper on its official website. If you appeared in the GATE 2017 exam that were conducted on 4-5 Feb 2017 and 11-12 Feb 2017 for 23 different disciplines of Engineering and Science can check their respective responses by visiting the official link appsgate.iitr.ac.in.
The answer key for GATE 2017 exam will be released on 27 February by the organizing body of GATE 2017 exam IIT Roorkee. The exams were conducted on four different dates i.e. 4-5 Feb 2017 and 11-12 Feb 2017 for 23 different disciplines of Engineering and Science.
The answer keys for all the branches will be displayed on the official website gate.iitr.ernet.in. If a candidate is not satisfied with the GATE 2017 answer key and wishes to challenge it, he or she can do so in between 3-6 March 2017. A candidate cannot challenge the GATE 2017 answer key after 6 March, 2017.