The GATE GE Syllabus 2023, as well as the official brochure for all topics, has been released by IIT Kharagpur.
In order to prepare for the Graduate Aptitude Test 2023, candidates can use the GATE Geomatics Engineering Syllabus to evaluate which courses require more time and effort.
GATE GE Syllabus 2023
The exam of GATE GE syllabus facilitates in the formulation of a study plan. Before beginning their preparation, students should review the GATE GE Syllabus.
Candidates should review the GATE 2023 test pattern in addition to the GATE 2023 syllabus. The government holds GATE to admit students to M.E./M.Tech/PhD programmes at IITs, NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs, as well as for PSU recruitment.
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GATE 2023 Exam Pattern
|Examination Mode||Computer Based Test (Online)|
|Number of Papers in GATE 2022||29 Papers|
|Section||General Aptitude (GA)Candidate Selected Subject|
|Type of Questions||Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)Multiple Select Questions (MSQs)Numerical Answer Type (NAT) Questions|
|Design of Questions||The questions are designed to test the listed abilities:ApplicationAnalysisComprehensionRecallSynthesis|
|Number of Questions||65 Questions (with 10 questions from General Aptitude thrown in for good measure)|
|Except for AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH, and XL, all papers have a similar distribution of questions.||Engineering Mathematics – 13 MarksSubject Questions – 72 MarksGeneral Aptitude – 15 Marks|
|AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH, XH, and XL Question Distribution||Questions from Subject Concerned – 85 MarksGeneral Aptitude – 15 Marks|
|Total Marks||100 Marks|
|Marking Scheme||Questions would be either of 1 or 2 marks.|
GATE Geomatics Engineering Paper Pattern 2023
Let’s look at the different areas of the GATE Geomatics Engineering Syllabus.
Besides the 15-mark General Aptitude (GA) segment, the question paper is divided into two sections: Part A (55 points) and Part B (35 points) (30 marks). Part A should be attempted by all candidates.
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Part B is divided into two parts: Section I and Section II. Candidates must answer questions from Part A as well as questions from either Section I or Section II of Part B. During the examination, you can choose between Section I and Section II of Part B.
Part A comprises 36 questions worth a total of 55 points, with 17 questions of one mark each (for a total of 17 points) and 19 questions worth two marks each (subtotal 38 marks). Some of the questions are multiple-choice, while others may be MSQ and/or NAT.
Part B is divided into two sections (Section I and Section II), each of which has 19 questions worth a total of 30 points: 8 questions for one mark (subtotal 8 marks) and 11 questions worth two marks (total 30 marks) (subtotal 22 marks). Some of the questions are multiple-choice, while others may be MSQ and/or NAT.
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Please see the attached PDF for the whole syllabus. All students must take General Aptitude and Part A of the course. With these two, you must attempt either Section I or Section II of Part B.