The Graduate Aptitude Test is an All India exam which is conducted for all eligible candidates in eight zones. The GATE 2020 cut off marks for all the applying applicants will be updated in the official website which is tentative and changes every year. The examination for the candidates will be conducted in the month of January-February 2020. The applicants who apply and attend the exams can check the cut off marks online in the website of the conducting university. The candidates who score minimum marks in the GATE exam will be offered to numerous PG courses at centrally funded Indian Institutes of higher education.
The GATE 2020 cut off marks will be declared on the mentioned date by each participating institute and will be distinct for different courses. The cut off marks which are from various private and public sectors will declare their own cut off marks. The marks will be published in the official website of the conducting university.
For graduate aptitude test in engineering, the necessary cut off marks for the candidates is decided by a committee which is constituted by IIT council.
The applicants who have attended the GATE exam with good cut off marks of a particular course or institute will be termed eligible to take part in the admission process.
There are many factors which will affect and reflect the cut off marks and these include applicants who register for GATE exam, applicants who appear for the exam, the participating institute, vacancies for particular course, capacity of intake of each institute, the performance level of the applicants, the reservation rules of the participating institute and admission and cut off marks of previous year.
There are two more important factors involved in cut off marks include the cut off marks and cut off rank. The cut off rank is the rank corresponding to the cut off marks taken by the candidates. Based on the cut off marks obtained by the candidates , a merit list is prepared by the conducting university. The merit list plays an important role in the counseling process for the applied applicants. The cut off marks will be different for each course which is chosen by the candidates. The cut off marks for ECE course will be available for all the applicants. The number of candidates who appeared last year was 1,83,152. The qualifying marks differs according to the candidates category. The marks for UR is 25 and marks for OBC-NCL is 22.5 and the qualifying marks for SC/ST/PWd is 16.67. The mentioned cut off marks were released in 2019 and it changes every year. The GATE 2020 cut off marks will be updated and are announced by IIT’s and NIT’s. There are many reference websites which are available and updates the cut off marks and other details namely eligibility criteria, counseling procedure, exam pattern, result declaration, etc.