That time has finally arrived. The results for GATE 2017 and the examination score cards have been published in the public domain. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, the organising authority for the GATE 2017 exam declared the results a day before the scheduled date.
Important Points to Note
The GATE 2017 score will be valid for next 3 years from the date of release and candidates who are successful can use their GATE scores for admission to Master’s courses in IISc and IITs. With regards to getting a job, many Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and the Cabinet Secretariat will look at your GATE 2017 scores to evaluate whether you can start a career with them.
Here are the steps to check your GATE 2017 Results:
- Keep your Admit card close by for registration details
- Visit the website – http://appsgate.iitr.ac.in/
- Fill in your GATE 2017 registration details
- Your GATE 2017 result will be displayed
Institutes like the IITs and IISc Bangalore will be advertising for admission for their MTech and Ph.D. courses through the recently released GATE 2017 scores. Some of the institutes have already initiated the admission procedures and a valid GATE score will be essential if you are looking to avail financial assistance to pursue your Master’s programs and Doctoral programs for Technology/ Engineering/ Architecture. The same applies for PHD programs in other Science disciplines in Institutes that are supported by the (MHRD) Ministry of Human Resources Development and other Government agencies.
Many Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) will be using GATE 2017 scores to screen aspiring candidates. Some of the organizations include the Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, Nuclear Power Corporation of India, National Thermal Power Corporation, Power Grid Corporation, BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) and many more. These organizations will be publishing their recruitment schemes in national newspapers, their official portals and reputed employment news publications.
GATE 2017 scores will also be considered for certain roles in the Cabinet Secretariat. Some of the posts include Senior Field Officer, and Senior Research Officers in the Science & Technology Unit and the Telecommunication and Cryptographic Cadres.