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GATE Cut-off Marks for all Branches

GATE 2013-14 Cut-off Marks for all Branches

GATE 2013-14 Cut-off Marks for all Branches
GATE-2013-14 CUTOFF MARKS BRANCH & CATEGORY WISE
BRANCH
GENERAL
SC/ST/PD
OBC(Non-Creamy)
Total Appeared
Computer Sc. & IT
25.016.6722.252,24,160
Chemical Engineering
32.3521.5729.1214,835
Civil Engineering
27.1318.0924.4267,472
Electronics & Communication
25.016.6722.52,56,135
Electrical Engineering
25.7417.1623.171,52,381
Instrumentation Engineering
25.016.6722.2528,249
Mechanical Engineering25.016.6722.51,65,814
GATE 2013
Qualified
GENERAL
SC/ST
OBC(Non-Creamy)
Total Qualified
72,12518,93641,2371,36,699
   12,00,728 candidates registered for GATE 2013 exam.
   9,84,855 candidates appeared for GATE 2013 exam.
   3,45,510 female candidates appeared in GATE 2013 and 28,572 qualified

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.

GATE 2014-15 Cut-off Marks for all Branches

GATE 2014-15 Cut-off Marks for all Branches
GATE-2014-15 CUTOFF MARKS BRANCH & CATEGORY WISE
BRANCH
GENERAL
SC/ST/PD
OBC(Non-Creamy)
Total Appeared
Computer Sc. & IT
Will Upload After GATE 2014 EXAM
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electronics & Communication
Electrical Engineering
Instrumentation Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
GATE 2013
Qualified
GENERAL
SC/ST
OBC(Non-Creamy)
Total Qualified
    
   "coming soon" candidates registered for GATE 2014 exam.
   "coming soon" candidates appeared for GATE 2014 exam.
   "coming soon" female candidates appeared in GATE 2014 and "coming soon" qualified
 

GATE 2012-13 Cut-off Marks for all Branches

GATE 2012-13 Cut-off Marks for all Branches
GATE-2012-13 CUTOFF MARKS BRANCH & CATEGORY WISE
BRANCH
GENERAL
SC/ST/PD
OBC(Non-Creamy)
Total Appeared
Computer Sc. & IT
31.54
21.03
28.39
1,56,780
Chemical Engineering
29.38
19.59
26.44
11,407
Civil Engineering
33.03
22.02
29.73
36,156
Electronics & Communication
25
16.67
22.5
1,76,944
Electrical Engineering
25
16.67
22.5
1,10,125
Instrumentation Engineering
25
16.67
22.5
21,509
Mechanical Engineering
27.14
18.09
24.42
1,12,320
GATE 2012 Qualified
GENERAL
SC/ST
OBC(Non-Creamy)
Total Qualified
54,020
23,765
30,294
1,08,526
  • 7,77,134 candidates registered for GATE 2012 exam.
  •  6,86,614 candidates appeared for GATE 2012 exam.
  • 1,85,198 female candidates appeared in GATE 2012 and 22,896 qualified.

GATE 2011 Cut-off Marks for all Branches

GATE 2011 Cut-off Marks for all Branches
GATE-2011 CUTOFF MARKS BRANCH & CATEGORY WISE
BRANCH
GENERAL
SC/ST/PD
OBC(Non-creamy)
APPERARED
ELECTRICAL ENGG.
26.08
17.39
23.47
72680
ELECTRONICS & COMM
26.11
17.41
23.50
137853
COMPUTER SC & IT
25.00
16.67
22.50
136027
MECHANICAL ENGG.
30.81
20.54
27.73
81175
CIVIL ENGG.
25.00
16.67
22.50
29347
INSTRUMENTATION
25.00
16.67
22.50
18456
CHEMICAL ENGG.26.9017.9324.2112994

GATE Reference Book

GATE Reference Books for CIVIL ENGINEERING

GATE Reference Books for CIVIL ENGINEERING
 
SL.NO.SUBJECTAUTHOR
1.Strength of Materials /Mechanics of StructureGare & Timoshenko, E.Popove, L. Singer, B.C. Punamia
2.Theory of Structures/ Analysis of StructureS. Ramamurtham, L.S. Negi & Jangit, Gupta & Pandit, C.S. Reddy
3.Construction Planning &Management
(i) PERT -CPM
(ii) Engineering Economy & unsolved Problems on PERT-CPM
(iii) Equipment

B.C. Punamia
U.K. Shrivastav

PEURIFOY
4.Soil Mechanics & Foundation EngineeringGopal Ranjan & Rao,Venkat Ramaiha, S. K. Garg, B.C. Punamia
5.Fluid Mechanics and Fluid MachinesModi & Seth, R. K. Bansal, A.K.Jain K.Subramanyam, Jagdish Lal.
6.Environmental EngineeringB.C. Punamia(Part I & II), S.K. Garg (Part-I & II), Peavy, Metcalf & Eddy
7.Highway EngineeringKhanna & Justo, Kadiyali
8.Railway EngineeringSaxena & Arora
9.Airport EngineeringSaxena & Arora
10.Docks & Harbors’Rangwala
11.Building MaterialsRangwala, M.L. Gambhir
12.R.C.C. DesignB.C. Punamia, A.K. Jain,
13.Steel DesignS.K. Duggal, L.S. Negi,
14.Plastic AnalysisManicka Selvam

GATE Books for General Aptitude

GATE Books for General Aptitude
 1. Quantitative and verbal reasoning –By R.S. Agarwal
The quantitative aptitude test measures the numerical ability and accuracy in mathematical calculations.
The questions range from purely numeric calculations to problems of arithmetic reasoning, graph and table reading, percentage analysis, categorization and quantitative analysis

The quantitative aptitude test measures the numerical ability and accuracy in mathematical calculations.

The questions range from purely numeric calculations to problems of arithmetic reasoning, graph and table reading, percentage analysis, categorization and quantitative analysis
Verbal reasoning tests of intelligence provide an assessment of an individual's ability to think, reason and solve problems in different ways.

2. Quantitative Aptitude Test : By T. S. Jain-Upkar publication
3. ENGLISH GRAMMAR- By WREN & MARTIN

4. Vocabulary: BARRON’S BOOK -GRE

GATE - Reference book for Engineering Mathematics

GATE - Reference book for Engineering Mathematics
 
Linear Algebra : A.R. Vasistha (Krishna Series)

Complex Variable : J.N. Sharma (Krishna Series)

Calculus : A.R. Vasistha, Dr. S.K Sharma (Krishna Series)

Calculus : Shanti Narayan (S. Chand)

Vector Calculus : A.R. Vasistha (Krishna Series)

Differential equations: M. D. Raisinghania (S chand)

Complex variables: J.N. Sharma (Krishna Series)

Probability and Statistics : S.C. Gupta and V.K.Kapoor(S chand)

Numerical Method : S.S. Sastry (4th edition)

Graph Theory : Purna chandra Biswal(PHI publication)

Combinatorics : Purna chandra Biswal(PHI publication)

Mathematical Logic: Purna chandra Biswal(PHI publication)

Set Theory & Algebra: Rajendra Akerkar,Rupali Akerkar



Above list of books is sufficient to solve engineering mathematics gate papers.


EII Publication Book: Engineering Mathematics for GATE 

Full Syllabus coverage : Theory, Solved Examples, Previos solved Question, Practice-Set

Features : Well descriptive theory which is easy to understand and build good concepts. Examination oriented approach to each topics with suitable problems for practice.

GATE Engineering Mathematics books for Computer Science & IT, Electronics & Communication, Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Instrumentation Engineering 

GATE reference books for computer science & IT

GATE reference books for computer science & IT
 
Discrete Mathematics – COLEMAN , C.L. Liu

Numerical Methods – V. Rajaraman

PROGRAMMING IN C : DENISE RITCHE, SCHAUM’S SERIES

C Language – Kerninghan, Ritchie

DIGITAL LOGIC:

1. Digital Design – Morris Mano
2. Malvino, Leach

COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE:

1. Computer Architecture and Organisation – J.P. Hayes
2. Computer organization and architecture: Hamacher, kye haung

PROGRAMMING & DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS:

1. Data structure : A. S. Tanenbaum, J.D. Ullman
2. Data structures and algorithms – Horowitz, Sahani
3. Algorithm analysis and design: T.h.cormen, Anne levitin

THEORY OF COMPUTATION:

1. Theory of computation: Peter linz, J.d. ullman, Papadimitriau
2. K.L.P Mishra & N. Chandrasekharan – “Theory of Computer Science”, PHI

COMPILER DESIGN:

1. Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools (2nd Edition) – Alfred V. Aho, Monica S. Lam,
Ravi Sethi, Jeffrey D. Ullman

OPERATING SYSTEM:

1. Operating system: w. stallings, Galvin, a. s. Tanenbaum
2. Operating Systems – Silberschatz
3. The design of Unix operating system – Maurice J. Bach

DATABASES:

1. Databases Management System – H.H. KORTH, NAVATHE
2. DBMS – C.J. Date

COMPUTER NETWORKS:

1. A. S. TANENBAUM, W.STALLINGS
2. ForouzenINFORMATION SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING:
1. Software Engineering – Pressman

GRAPH THEORY: NARSHIMA DEO

Practice set in CS : MCQ in Computer Science – Timothy Williams
For Engineering mathematics syllabus visit next page.

GATE Books for Chemical Engineering

GATE Books for Chemical Engineering
 
SL.NO.SUBJECTAUTHOR
1.Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
J. M. Smith and H. C. Van Ness
2.Chemical Engineering
Coulson &Richarddson’s
3.Chemical Process Design
Alexandre C. Dimian, CostinSorinBildea
4.The Engineering of Chemical ReactionsL. D. Schmidt
5.Chemical Reaction Engineering
Octave Levenspiel
6.Plant Design And Economics (3rd Edition)Max Peters, Klaus Timmerhaus, Ronald Westt
7.Fundamentals of Heat and Mass TransferG. K. Roy
8.Industrial Instrumentation and Process ControlWilliam C Dunn
9.Chemical Process CalculationsK. Asokan
10.Fluid MechanicsYunusA.Cengel
11.Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic MachinesDr R.K Bansal
12.Process systems analysis and controlsDonald. R.Coughanowr
13.Outlines of Chemical - TechnologyCharles E.Dryden
14.Engineering ThermodynamicsCengel A Boles
15.Mass transfer operationsRobert.E.Treybal
16.Unit operations-I &II,Heat and Mass transferK.A.Gavhane

GATE Books for Mechanical Engineering

GATE Books for Mechanical Engineering
 
SL.NO.SUBJECTAUTHOR
1.ENGINEERING Thermodynamics
P.K. Nag
Cengel and Boles
2.I.C. Engine
R.P. Sharma
M. L. Mathur, R. P. Sharma
3.Gas Turbine and Propulsive Systems
PR Khajuria & SP Dubey
V ganesan
4.Fluid MechanicsD.S. Kumar ,k.l.kumar, Cengel & cimbala, Frank m. white
5.Compressible Flow
S.M. Yahya
John D. Anderson
6.Heat and Mass TransferP. K Nag, JP Hollman,  D.S. Kumar,   R.C. Sachdeva
7.Refrigeration and Air ConditioningP. K Nag , CP Arora Domkundwar
8.Fluid MachineryD. S. Kumar ,  Jagdish Lal,  RK Bansal
9.Theory of MachinesS S Rattan , Thomas Bevan
10.Mechanical VibrationV.P Singh , G.K. Grover
11.Machine DesignShigley , VB Bhandari
12.Material ScienceWD Callister IP Singh
13.Production Engg.P. N. Rao ( Vol I & II)  ,Kalpkjian Schmid Amitabh Ghosh & AK Malik
14.Industrial Engg.O. P. Khanna Buffa & Sarin
15.Operations ResearchA.M. Natarajan, P.Balasubramani
16.Strength of MaterialsTimoshenko gere, RAMAMRUTHAM,  B.C. Punamia

GATE Books for Electronics & Communication Engineering

GATE Books for Electronics & Communication Engineering
 
SL.NO.SUBJECTAUTHOR
1.Electronic Devices and Circuits & Analog Electronics--
(i) Integrated electronics : Analog and Digital Circuit and system
(ii) Microelectronic Circuits
(iii) Electronic Devices and Circuits
(iv) OP Amp and linear Integrated Circuit
(v) Solid State electronic devices

(vi) Semiconductor devices


Jacob Millman & Halkias

Sedra & Smith
J.B. Gupta
Ramakant A.Gayakwad

Streetman and Banerjee
S.M.Sze
2.Communication System (i) Communication System
(ii) An introduction to Analog and Digital Communication
(iii) Communication System : Analog and Digital
(iv) Modern Digital and Analog Communication System
(v) Electronic Communication System

Simon Haykins
Simon Haykins

Singh and Sapre

B.P. Lathi

Kennedyand Davis
3.Signal and SystemOppenheim and Willsky
4.Optical Fiber CommunicationSenior
5.Satellite CommunicationsPratt and Bostian
6.Monochrome and colourR.R. Gulati
7.Control System(i) Control System Engg.
(ii) Automatic Control System
(iii) Linear Control System

I.G. Nagrath & M.Gopal B.C. Kuo
B.S. Manke
8.Electro Magnetic Theory(i)Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics
(ii) Elements of Electromagnetics
(iii) Engineering Electromagnetics
(iv) Antenna and Wave Propagation

N. N. Rao

Sadiku
W.H.Hayt
K.D. Prasad
9.Digital Electronics(i) Digital Design
(ii) Digital Systems
(iii) Modern Digital Electronics

M. Morris Mano
Tocci & Widmer
R. P. Jain
10.Computer Engineering(i) Microprocessor Architecture, Programming & Application
(ii) Computer Organization and Structure

Ramesh S. Gaonkar

Stalling
11.Microwave Engineering
((i) Microwave Devices and Circuits
(ii) Microwave Engineering
(iii) Microwave Engineering

Liao
Sanjeev Gupta
Pozar
12.Network Theory
(i) Networks and Systems
(ii) Engineering Circuit Analysis

D. Roy Chaudhary
Hayt
13.Measurement and Instrumentation
(i) Electrical & Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation
(ii) Electronic Instrumentation

A. K. Sahney

H. S. Kalsi

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