Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (2022)

Suman Chakraborty has research interests in micro/nano scale fluid dynamics and its applications focused towards sustainable technology goals for promoting good health and well-being of the underserved. The notable discoveries emerging from his fundamental research include: surface roughness-aided slippery flow, massively-amplified ionic-pumping in highly-confined water, sticky-flow of water on nano-engineered hydrophobic interfaces, programmable manoeuvring of tiny droplets along arbitrary preferential directions, generating controlled microbubbles on portable spinning-disc, reversing thermally-driven spontaneous migration of nano-droplets – defying common scientific intuitions in all cases. He also introduced niche low-cost bio-inspired fabrication and analytical tools to unveil several hitherto-unresolved mysteries of blood flow in human-body microvasculature, including the collective-dynamics of red blood cells. He innovated a biomimetic tumour-on-a-chip technology for unleashing the mechanisms of cancer progression.

Suman is the inventor of ‘Paper and Pencil Microfluidics’ technology - a new class of electrically-manipulative miniaturized devices that does not require any sophisticated fabrication-facility. This emerged as a backbone of manufacturing niche low-cost medical diagnostic devices, as well as facilitating water desalination and energy-harvesting systems on simple paper-strips. By harnessing such spontaneous ion-water interaction in an interlaced fibrous cellulose network, he further demonstrated electrical power generation using wet textiles, drawing analogies with water-transpiration in living plants.

Suman is a global-pioneer of disruptive diagnostic-technologies for resource-limited settings. His notable device inventions include: portable disc to perform a Complete-Blood-Count test, hand-held blood-perfusion imaging device for early screening of oral cancer, and a new Piecewise Isothermal Nucleic Acid test for infectious disease detection at point-of-care.He leads a National-level Research and Technology Development Hub on Affordable Healthcare, where his own innovated products are being manufactured by small-scale enterprises. This hub is functional as techno-socio-economic lifeline, empowering rural women with the essential skill-set of delivering primary healthcare-support to the last-mile, and rejuvenating rural livelihood via facilitating sustainable enterprise formation for the unemployed.


Portable, Handheld and Affordable Blood Perfusion Imager for Screening of Sub-Surface Cancer in Resource-Limited Settings by Bhowmik A., Ghosh B. , Pal M. , Paul R. R., Chatterjee J. , Chakraborty S. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 - (2022)

Molecular self-assembly Enables Tuning of Nanopores in Atomically Thin Graphene Membranes for Highly Selective Transport by Jang D., Bakli C. , Chakraborty S. , Karnik R. Advanced Materials 2108940- (2022)

Piecewise Isothermal Nucleic Acid Testing (PINAT) for Infectious Disease Detection with Sample-to-Result Integration at the Point-of-Care by Banerjee S., Biswas S. K., Kedia N. , Sarkar R. , De A. , Mitra S. , Roy S. , Bandopadhyay A. , Banerjee I. , Goswami R. , Dutta S. , Chawla-sarkar M. , Chakraborty S. , Mondal A. ACS sensors 6 3753-3764 (2021)

Smartphone-Enabled Paper-Based Hemoglobin Sensor for Extreme Point-of-Care Diagnostics by Biswas S. K., Chatterjee S. , Bandyopadhyay S. , Kar S. , Som N. K., Saha S. , Chakraborty S. ACS sensors 6 1077-1085 (2021)

Electrical Power Generation from Wet Textile Mediated by Spontaneous Nano-Scale Evaporation by Das S. S., Pedireddi V. M., Bandopadhyay A. , Saha P. , Chakraborty S. Nano Letters 7191-7200 (2019)

Hydroelectric Power Plant on a Paper Strip by Das S. S., Kar S. , Anwar T. , Saha P. , Chakraborty S. Lab on a Chip 18 1560-1568 (2018)

Uniform electric-field-induced lateral migration of a sedimenting drop by Bandopadhyay A., Mandal S. , Kishore N. K., Chakraborty S. Journal of Fluid Mechanics - (2016)

Electrokinetics with paper-and-pencil devices by P. Mandal, R. Dey, S. Chakraborty Lab on a Chip 12 - (2012)

Generalization of interfacial electrohydrodynamics in the presence of hydrophobic interactions in narrow fluidic confinements by S. Chakraborty Physical Review Letters 100 - (2008)

A portable spinning disc for complete blood count by Agarwal R., Sarkar A. , Bhowmik A. , Mukherjee D. , Chakraborty S. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 150 111935- (2020)

All Publication Details

Principal Investigator

Technology Enhanced Determination of Specialized Educational and Research Contents on Engineering and HealthcareSolverBench Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Technology Transfer/Licensing for COVIRAPBramerton Holdings LLC

COVIRAP Technology Transfer to M/s Aspen Biomedical Private Limited, Rapid Diagnostic Group of CompaniesASPEN BIOMEDICAL PRIVATE LIMITED

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Centre of excellence for training and research in MicrofluidicsIIT KHARAGPUR

Development and Validation of Covid-19 Testing Method and DeviceIITKGP FOUNDATION

Technology-Driven Empowerment of Sundargarh Oral Cavity Cancer -Governance Moonshot ProgramGLOQAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES PRIVATE LIMITED

Thermographic System for Monitoring Blood Perfusion, and Metabolic Heat Generation, Method and Thermographic Device Thereof and its Applications for the Screening of Oral Cancer (covered by the filed the patent id 201831032157)IMEDTECH LLP

Quantitative Hematology and Biochemical Analysis from One Drop of Blood on a Portable Spinning Disc (covered by the filed patent id 202031011940)REVOLUT HEALTHTECH PRIVATE LIMITED

A Paper-And-Pencil - Based Diagnostic Kit for Simultaneous Detection of One or Multiple Analytes (covered by the filed patent identifier number 701/KOL/2015)REVOLUT HEALTHTECH PRIVATE LIMITED

Paper-strip based Smartphone Interfaced Portable Device for Diagnostic Testing using a Drop of Body Fluid (Covered by the Patent Filing Identifiers 201931030435 and 201931030430)IMEDTECH LLP

An Integrated Portable Detector for Quantitative Detection of Multiple Parameters (such as Temperature, Pulse rate, Oxygen Saturation) Via Non-invasive Acquiring and Processing of Body SignalsEDUCARE SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED

An integrated portable detector for quantitative detection of multiple parameters (such as temperature, pulse rate, oxygen saturation) via non-invasive acquiring and processing of body signalsEDUCARE SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED

A Paper-And-Pencil- Based Diagnostic Kit for Simultaneous Detection of One or Multiple Analytes (covered by the filed patent identifier number 701/KOL/2015)REVOLUT HEALTHTECH PRIVATE LIMITED

Development of a Nucleic Acid Based Low Cost Platform Technology for Real-Time Quantitative Diagnostics of Viral Infection Including Identification of Specific Strains at Point of Care (POC) in Resource-Limited SettingsIndian Council of Medical Research, Dept. of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Development of a biofuel based liquid film microreactor for onboard hydrogen generation through non-catalytic reformingScience and Engineering Research Board (SERB)

Technology Transfer /Licensing for COVIRAPInnoDx Solutions Private Limited

USHA: Urine Sense towards Health Analysis of KidneyIndian Council of Medical Research, Dept. of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Determination of Blood Hemoglobin Level using a Paper Strip Integrated with a Colorimetric Sensing and Readout DeviceInvitreo Healthtech Ventures Private Limited

Development of Point of Care Nucleic Acid test for Detection of Viral Load in Real TimeIndian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)

COVIRAP Technology Transfer to Surbhi Satcom Pvt Ltd, a SURBHI Group Company, Noida-201301, Uttar PradeshSURBHI SATCOM PRIVATE LIMITED

Designing Pyridine-based Mono-and Diamniotic Pincers for Main Group Mediated CatalysisScience and Engineering Research Board (SERB)

Development of Rapid, Low Cost Isothermal Nucleic Acid Testing Devices with Colorimetric ReadoutASPEN BIOMEDICAL PRIVATE LIMITED

Common Research and Technology Development Hub (CRTDH)Department of Scientific and Industrial Research

J C Bose Fellowship (Suman Chakraborty)Science and Engineering Research Board

National Centre for Clean Coal Research and DevelopmentDepartment of Science and Technology(DST)

Pathology on a Spinning DiscMHRD-STARS

Paper-based Microfluidics for On-chip Detection of HaemoglobinMinistry of Electronics and Information Technology

CRYOPSY : Biopsy Tool with In-vivo Snap-freezing and Cooling of Surrounding Tissue to Reduce Bleeding and Escalate Patient Recovery and ComfortDepartment of Biotechnology

Paper-based Microfluidics for On-chip Detection of HaemoglobinDepartment of Science and Technology(DST)

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Highly Parallelized Solver for Multiphase Micro-HydrodynamicsNational Supercomputing Mission (NSM)

Technology Development for Rural HealthcareTATA HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY COMPANY PRIVATE LIMITED

Metal Powder Production for Additive Manufacturing (PPAM)Indo-German Science & Technology Centre

Advisor-Research and Consultancy of the Proposed University in DubaiEducare International Foundation FZ-LLC

Emulsion Generation and Manipulation using Electric FieldsSHELL INDIA MARKETS PRIVATE LTD

Indo-Korean Joint Network Centre on Computational MaterialsDepartment of Science and Technology (International Bilateral Cooperation Division)

An approach to Disruptive Intervention in Rural Livelihood via Combined Technology Enabled Education and Affordable HealthcareLECTURENOTES TECHNOLOGIES PRIVATE LIMITED

Confinement-inducted Dynamics in Nanoscale Phase TransitionApex Committee of SPARC

Computational Design of Low Cost Medical Devices for Diagnosis of Non Communicable DiseasesANSYS Software Private Limited

Droplet Microfluidics for the Highly Controlled Dynamic Synthesis of Plasmonic Metallic NanoparticlesScience and Engineering Research Board (SERB)


Co-Principal Investigator

Establishing a State-of the-Art Hybrid BSLIII Facility at IIT Kharagpur to Facilitate Fundamental Research and Development of Diagnostics and Therapeutics Against Class III Pathogen Caused Viral and Bacterial DiseasesScience and Engineering Research Board (SERB)

Planar 2D heterojunctions between atomically thin dissimilar materialsDepartment of Atomic Energy (DAE)

Non-Enzymatic Microfluidic Electrochemical Multiplex Sensor for Cost-Effective Soil TestingIndo-German Science & Technology Centre

Comparative Assessment of the Neutralization Efficacy of Indigenous Vaccines against Prevailing Variants of Concerns of SARS-Cov-2 Circulating in IndiaIndian Council of Medical Research, Dept. of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

3D Printing and Directional Solidification of Aluminum-based Ternary Eutectic AlloyScience and Engineering Research Board (SERB)

Aditya Choubey Centre for Re-Water ResearchMr. Aneesh Reddy and Mr. Anant Choubey

Nanotelectronics Network for Research and Application (NNetRA) - IIT KharagpurMinistry of Electronics and Information Technology

Nano-electronics Network for Research and Applications (NNetRA)- IIT Kharagpur (DST Part)Department of Science and Technology(DST)

Nano-electronics Network for Research and Application (NNetRA)- IIT Kharagpur (MEITY Part)Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology

Thermal Technology Toolkit for Smart Computing Systems for IOT ApplicationsINTEL CORPORATION

CFD based Design of Mechanical Heart ValvesScience and Engineering Research Board (SERB)

Micro and Nano-Scale Flows through Deformable ConfinementsApex Committee of SPARC

Completed Projects Details

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Ph.D. Students

Kalyan Saha
Area of Research: Bio-Fluid Mechanics

Nalinikanta Behera
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Tanoy Kahali
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Ankit Agarwal
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Anjali
Area of Research: Microfluidics for biochemical analysis

Sujay Kumar Biswas
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Banuprasad T N
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Victor Pakira
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Guttapalli Naveen Kumar
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Rahul Roy
Area of Research: Computational multiphase flows

Saurabh Dhopeshwar
Area of Research: Computational multiphase flows

Rahul Agarwal
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Aniruddha Guha
Area of Research: Microfluidics and Nanofluidics

Debdeep Bhattacharjee
Area of Research: Droplet microfluidics

Subhamoy Chatterjee
Area of Research: Bioelectronic systems

Avinash Kumar
Area of Research: Microfluidics and Nanofluidics

K Prateekkumar R Kotegar
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Subho Samanta
Area of Research: Biomedical Science and Engineering

Seema Nakra
Area of Research: Droplet microfluidics

Ganesh Sahadeo Meshram
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Pawan Kumar Dubey
Area of Research: Additive manufacturing

Siladitya Bag
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Shubhra Sahu
Area of Research: Numerical Modeling and Simulation

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Debmalya Roy
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Sampad Laha
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Biswadeep Roy
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Patwari Aditya Shivaji
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Anindita Bhattacharya
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Atin Kumar Dolai
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Sharma Siddharth Durgaprasad
Area of Research: CFD for Biological Flows

Subradip Debnath
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Sayak Ray
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Abhirup Chaudhuri
Area of Research: Microfluidics and Nanofluidics

Manideep Roy
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Bimalendu Mukherjee
Area of Research: Lab-on-a-Chip for Diagnosis

Chitrak Mondal
Area of Research: Microfluidics and miniaturization

Kunal Kumar
Area of Research: Microfluidics and miniaturization

Soumyadeep Das
Area of Research: Fluid mechanics and convective heat transfer

Shubham Singh
Area of Research: Microfluidics


MS Students

Vinay Manaswi Pedireddi
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Diptendu Sen
Area of Research: Microfluidics

Sayantan Dawn
Area of Research: Biological Flows

Arghya Mukherjee
Area of Research: Microfluidics

FAQs

Does IIT Kharagpur set tough paper? ›

No, IIT Kharagpur does not set tough papers for GATE. GATE examination is the biggest exam in India, and it already has a level for its papers.

Who is the topper of IIT Kharagpur? ›

PATNA: Aaditri Vaibhav, a 2nd year student of IIT Kharagpur, on Sunday took the first spot and became the national topper at the end of the third online round in Stage I of the National Inter-college Crossword Expedition (NICE) 2022.

Is IIT Kharagpur good for placement? ›

IIT Kharagpur is one of the finest and the largest colleges in Inida. Placements: The college has provided good placement stats with an average salary package of 6 LPA. The highest salary package offered in this course is 14 LPA. The lowest salary package offered is 3.5 LPA.

Is IIT Kharagpur a good college? ›

In India, IIT Kharagpur ranked 3rd among government engineering colleges by India Today in 2020, 4th among engineering colleges by Outlook India in 2019 and fifth among engineering colleges by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) in 2020, which also ranked it fifth overall.

Which IIT gives toughest paper? ›

There is no particular IIT or any other conducting body that sets the toughest paper. The GATE exam has its own level, and every conducting body has to maintain that level while making papers for the candidates.

Which is the toughest Jee advanced paper? ›

Long Answer : It is definitely the JEE 2016 paper which was the toughest as a whole. You can clearly see that from the marks scored by the top ranker: Aman Bansal scored 320 out of a total of 372 marks. That is (only) about 86%. In comparison, the highest score in 2019 (also out of 372) was 346.

How can I become a gold medalist in IIT? ›

This Gold medal is awarded to the out going student being adjudged to be the academically best, securing the highest CGPA at the end of the 10th Semester among the graduating students of all Dual Degree and 5-year Integrated M. Sc.

How do you get President gold medal? ›

A medal, and $500, is awarded to the students graduating with the highest academic average in all courses in each degree program. Students in a four-year program must have earned a minimum of 90 credits at Nipissing University and have a minimum overall average of 80%.

What is the lowest package of IIT? ›

Package of students in top IITs usually ranges from Rs 10-20 lakh per annum whereas, for other IITs, it is between Rs 5-10 lakh per annum.

Which branch in IIT has highest package? ›

Computer Science

In which IIT does Google come? ›

In the first phase of IIT Kharagpur placement session, Google, Microsoft, Uber and others have led a successful run. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur students have received more 1,600 job offers, the highest placement among all IITs, a statement issued by the premier institute said.

Why IIT Kharagpur is so famous? ›

The institute is famous for its Engineering courses and is always spotted among top 5 institutes in the NIRF ranking. IIT kharagpur was awarded the status of the 'Institute of Eminence' by the government of India in 2019.

Why IIT Kharagpur is so popular? ›

IIT KGP is well known for its extensive residential facilities. Spread over a sprawling 2100 acres, IIT Kharagpur houses almost 10,000 students. There are 21 Halls of Residences (16 for boys, 5 for girls) around campus. Patel Hall of residence built in 1952 is the first IIT Hostel all over India.

Why is IIT Kharagpur the best? ›

Chakrabarti, says, "IIT-KGP is not just a 'techno organisation'. It is an institute which allows for the convergence of multiple disciplines-a melting pot of technology and creativity. In the same class, we have engineers, lawyers and medicos, and this convergence is the hallmark of our new agenda.

Is JEE harder than Upsc? ›

UPSC and JEE are two of the most coveted exams. UPSC can easily be considered to be an exam which checkmates JEE and takes the title for the most challenging examination in the country and probably even the world at large.

Which is the No 1 IIT in India? ›

IIT Madras

Which is toughest IIT or NEET? ›

The IIT JEE is an entrance exam for engineering students who want to attend top engineering colleges. NEET is a common medical admission exam for medical students. It's difficult to compare the two exams. According to students who have passed both JEE and NEET, JEE is slightly more difficult on paper than NEET.

Does IIT Kharagpur set tough paper for gate? ›

Each year, a different IIT conducts the GATE exam. As per reports, the toughest GATE question paper is set by the Indian Institute of Technology in Bangalore. However, with IIT KGP set to conduct the upcoming GATE exam in 2022, students are inquisitive about the level of difficulty of the exam.

Is Ncert enough for JEE Advanced? ›

Ques. 1 Are NCERT books enough for cracking JEE Advanced? Ans: No, because JEE Advanced asks conceptual questions and concepts of that level can't be cleared just with the help of NCERT.

Can we clear JEE by only solving previous year papers? ›

Solving a good number of previous years' IIT papers for scoring more marks in JEE Advanced is a good idea. However, only solving the question papers will not give a strong understanding of the concepts, and you can not score a good rank. Aspirants will only need to take as many mock tests as possible.

What is average CGPA in IIT? ›

At IIT Delhi, 8.0 CGPA is considered to be above average. You will be eligible for almost all the companies coming for placement drive. Although you should know that some companies set the required CGPA as 8.5 too.

What is the meaning of gold medalist? ›

the winner of a race or competition, who is given a gold medal.

What is the CGPA for gold medalist? ›

Should have CGPA of 8.00 and above.

What is gold medal in Lbsnaa? ›

In the year 2019, the President's Gold Medal was awarded to IFS officer Smriti Mishra. The Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) is a research and training institute on public policy and public administration in India.

Who is a gold medalist in IIT? ›

Consolidated UG & PG List of Gold and Silver Medals awarded at 66th Convocation
Name of the MedalName of the Awardee
PRESIDENT OF INDIA GOLD MEDAL 2019-2020ARKADEB SENGUPTA
PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA GOLD MEDAL 2019-2020ANIRUDH DEB
DR. B. C. ROY MEMORIAL GOLD MEDAL 2019-2020HIMA SWETHA N
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What is the highest medal a civilian can get? ›

The Presidential Medal of Freedom is an award bestowed by the president of the United States to recognize people who have made "an especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of the United States, world peace, cultural or other significant public or private endeavors." The Presidential ...

Does IIT have 100% placement? ›

IIT-Madras management students record 100% placement; average salary at Rs 16.66 lakh.

Which job has highest salary? ›

Top 11 Highest Paying Jobs in India
  • Medical Professionals (Doctors and Surgeons)
  • Data Scientist.
  • Machine Learning Experts.
  • Blockchain Developer.
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Which engineer has highest salary? ›

Top 10 Highest Paying Engineering Jobs of 2022
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What is IIT monthly salary? ›

The national average salary for a IIT Engineer is ₹12,00,000 in India.

Do IIT students get salary? ›

The average salary received by students during campus placements for 2021-22 is Rs 21.48 lakh per annum. The highest salary offered is $250,000. As many as 80 per cent of students who opted for campus placements during 2021-22 have received job offers during placement 2021-22.

Why IIT students get more salary? ›

The truth is that most IITians get the salary as per the industry standards during the campus placements, he adds. Institutes are introducing reformative measures to bring parity during placements and ease the pressure on students as big corporates making exorbitant offers continues to make headlines.

Which college has best placement? ›

Top 70 Institutes - Placement
1Netaji Subhash University Of Technology, Delhi
1SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai
2School of Engineering & Technology, Poornima University, Jaipur
3Amity School of Engineering and Technology, Noida
3Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai
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Which is better IIT Kharagpur or IIT Bombay? ›

IIT Kharagpur has more placements compared to IIT Bombay. IIT Kharagpur achieved the highest package of Rs 2.40 crore per annum in 2022.

Which college has highest placement in India? ›

Selecting the Best College Based On Placements
S.No.Name of the collegePlacement Percentage
1IIT Bombay84.5%
2Vellore Institute of Technology85%
3BITS Pilani99%
4NIT Trichy90%
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Who will conduct Gate 2024? ›

IISc Bangalore

When did IIT Kharagpur conducted gate? ›

Must Check : IIT Kanpur GATE 2023 Syllabus [PDF]

From the below given list you can easily analyse that in which year IIT Kanpur has organized GATE exam. By analyzing below list you find that IIT Kanpur have organized GATE exam in the year 1989, 1995, 2001, 2007 and 2015.

Who will conduct Gate 2023? ›

GATE 2023, or Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, is an upcoming national-level examination conducted jointly by the seven IITs (Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, and Roorkee) and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore.

Which is the No 1 IIT in India? ›

IIT Madras

Which institute is best for IIT? ›

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Which place is best for IIT college? ›

IIT Bombay is considered one of the best among IITs for placements. The highest package offered in the institute this year was around 1.16 crore.

What is Benefits of passing GATE exam? ›

A good GATE score is helpful for getting admission in to IITs, IISC, IIITs, NITs and many other renowned institutions. GATE qualification is also a minimum requirement to apply for various fellowships awarded by many Government organizations like DRDO, BARC, ISRO etc.

How many attempts are there for GATE? ›

There is no limit to how many attempts there are for a GATE exam.

Can a 3rd year student give GATE? ›

A candidate who is currently studying in the 3rd or higher years of any undergraduate degree program. A candidate who has already completed any government approved degree program in Engineering / Technology / Architecture / Science / Commerce / Arts is eligible for appearing in the GATE 2022 exam.

Who started GATE exam? ›

Conducted jointly by IISc and 7 IITs on behalf of the National Co-ordination Board – GATE, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

Which branch can give GATE exam? ›

Must read : Can I Change My B Tech Branch in M Tech
S. No.Name of PostGATE Paper
1.AEE (Civil)Civil Engineering (CE)
2.AEE (Electrical)Electrical Engineering (EE)
3.AEE (Electronics)Electronics and Communication Engineering (EC)
4.AEE (Instrumentation)Instrumentation Engineering (IN)
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What is GATE score card? ›

GATE Exam Score Card – The Destination of GATE Aspirants!

Candidates can check the scorecard online on the GOAPS portal. GATE score card 2023 includes a few details of the candidate like All India Rank, marks obtained, normalized score, and other important details of the candidate.

How many hours of study is required for GATE? ›

Keep following this GATE 2023 preparation time table until you complete your entire syllabus for each section of the exam. Experts suggest that candidates should at least give 6-8 hours daily for their studies, so candidates must keep this in mind.

Is GATE tougher than Jee? ›

Yes, the GATE exam is definitely tougher than JEE (Advance or Mains) exams. The level of concepts and questions tested in the JEE papers are 11th and 12th whereas, in the GATE exam, undergraduate subject knowledge along with the General Aptitude of the student is tested.

How long is a GATE score valid? ›

GATE score card validity is for three years since its issuance. GATE aspirants aiming to improve their scores can appear for the exams next year. If any candidate has multiple valid score cards, during admission to the desired institution, they have the option to use any of them.

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