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GATE 2010 Cut-off Marks for all Branches

GATE 2010 Cut-off Marks for all Branches
CATEGORY/BRANCHComputer Science/ITCivilElectronicsElectricalMechanical
GENERAL25.0025.0025.0025.2525.00
S.C./ S.T./PH16.7016.7016.7016.7016.70
OBC22.4522.7022.5022.7022.50
GATE QUALIFYING SCORE:

The Qualifying Score is the minimum mark that needs to be secured to become eligible for availing assistantships provided by MHRD, GOI. The qualifying score for general category in each paper is (a + s) or 25, whichever is higher, where a and s are the average and standard deviation of marks of all candidates in a particular paper, with all marks less than zero, converted to zero. The qualifying scores for SC/ST/PD/OBC categories would be 2/3, 2/3, 2/3 and 9/10, respectively, of the general category qualifying score

GATE SCORECARD:GATE scorecard is valid for TWO YEARS from the date of announcement of the GATE 2010 results (March 15, 2010 at 10.00 hrs.). There is no provision for additional GATE scorecards.

GATE SCORE:

The GATE score is calculated using the following formula:

GATE SCORE = 10[ag + sg {(m - a)/s}]
where,
m = marks obtained by the candidate.

a = average of marks of all candidates who appeared in the paper mentioned on this scorecard in GATE 2010, with all marks less than zero, converted to zero.
s = standard deviation of marks of all candidates who appeared in the paper mentioned on this scorecard in GATE 2010, with all marks less than zero,

converted to zero. ag = average (global) of marks of all candidates who appeared across all papers and years 2007- 2010, with all marks less than zero, converted to zero.

sg = standard deviation (global) of marks of all candidates who appeared across all papers and years 2007-2010, with all marks less than zero, converted to zero.

The GATE score is set to zero if the value calculated by the above formula is less than zero and the GATE score is set to 1000 if the value calculated by the above formula is more than 1000.

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