Details of Courses
- Applicants are advised to give their choices carefully for the different courses after studying the information given in Tables 1 to 7. Choices of courses are to be given in order of preference.
- If the course to which an applicant is offered admission does not eventually run for any reason, the applicant will be offered admission to some other suitable course depending upon the GATE score, interview marks and options entered in the application. Alternatively, the applicant is free to withdraw from the programme in which case the fees and deposits paid will be refunded and the GATE scorecard will be returned.
- As a guide to applicants, the cut-off GATE marks for personal interview to the various courses offered last year are given in Table 8. The cut-off marks, however, differ from year to year and, therefore, Table 8 is only for information and will have no direct relevance to the interview for the session 2013-2014.
To help the candidates give their choice of courses the following five tables are given
GATE Main Paper.
GATE XE Sections (Engineering Sciences) Paper
GATE XL Sections (Life Sciences) Paper
Qualifying degree and their respective code
Qualifying discipline and their code
Specialisations offered under different Department/School/Centre
Eligibility for personal interview to different postgraduate programme based on GATE Paper and applicant's academic background for the year 2013-14
Short-listing Policy followed for Personal Interview for the Joint MTech/MCP-PhD Programme 2012-13