Get complete information on GATE Score Card 2021. Download the score card with the help of official website link provided here and check the validity.
The GATE 2021 Score Card has been released on the official website on March 27, 2021. The results have been released on March 19, 2021, on the official GATE portal. Candidates must note that the scorecard is only available online on the official website and mentions details related to the candidate's marks. This includes the cutoff marks, GATE score and the candidates rank. Only if the candidate has secured the minimum qualifying marks, will they receive the GATE 2021 scorecard. Candidates must keep this scorecard in hand until the end of the entire admission process. The GATE Score Card validity is for three years from the time the results are declared. PSUs will also require this GATE score card for recruitment, and there is a charge to download the GATE Scorecard post the release date.
GATE Score Card 2021 Important Dates
The details of the GATE 2021 Application release will help candidates who want to secure the same in the following year. The GATE 2021 examination will have similar dates in the specified year and will help candidates understand when to be prepared for the events below:
|GATE 2021 Event||Date|
|Release of GATE 2021 application form||September 11, 2020|
|Last Date for the submission of GATE 2021 exam without late fee||October 7, 2020|
|Closing date for GATE 2021 registration with late fee||October 12, 2020|
|GATE 2021 exam||February 6, 7, 13, and 14, 2021|
|Result of GATE 2021||March 20, 2021|
|Availability of GATE Score Card 2021||March 27, 2021 - June 30, 2021|
|Availability of GATE Score Card 2021 with a fine of INR 500||July 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021|
GATE Score Card 2021 Details
The GATE 2021 Score Card download is available online and should be kept in hand for the candidates use. The details on the scorecard are mentioned below. When filling the application, candidates must make sure that the details entered are correct so that the scorecard has the proper details displayed. The details on the GATE 2021 Score Card are:
- Candidate’s name
- GATE 2021 registration number
- Candidate’s gender
- The attempted paper of the candidate
- 2021 Gate score (Normalized, out of 1000)
- Total marks obtained by the candidate out of 100
- The validity of the Gate Score card
- Candidate’s All India Rank in the paper attempted
- Qualifying marks for various categories (ST/SC/PwD/ General)
- Total number of candidates who appeared for the paper
GATE Score Card 2021 Download Process
Candidates who want to download their GATE Score Card 2021 can follow the steps listed below. Once the candidate secured the minimum qualifying marks, the exam authority will make the same available on the GATE scorecard, online. The steps are as follows:
- Visit the GATE 2021 official website and access the application portal
- Login using GATE 2021 credentials such as Email ID and registration number with password
- Once the results are displayed on the screen, download the score card and keep it in hand
GATE Score 2021 Calculation Process
The marks obtained by candidates in the specified subjects determine the candidate’s GATE score. Each subject has raw marks awarded to the candidate, and this is later normalized by the authority based on the different session for a particular subject. The raw marks for each single session paper is combined into the normalized marks, and then the GATE Score is computed while considering the qualifying marks for GATE 2021.
How are GATE Marks Normalized?
Multi-session paper examinations were conducted for the GATE examination, and the formulation to normalize these papers depends on the difficulty levels. Each session has a varied difficulty level, and the exam committee decides the method and process of normalizing marks as per the current requirement.
GATE Score Single Paper Session Calculation
The candidate's actual marks obtained when there is only a single paper in consideration is used by the committee to calculate the GATE 2021 Score. The raw marks of the candidates in the single paper session is used to calculate the normalized marks, and the GATE 2021 score is also calculated with these normalized marks.