GATE ME is one of the toughest competitive examinations in the world. In 2017, to qualify GATE ME, a candidate of the general category had to score a minimum of 32.87 marks. Similarly, for SC/ST and OBC candidates for 2017, the qualifying cut-offs for GATE ME were 21 and 19.7 respectively. The qualifying cut-offs of GATE ME 2018 will be declared by IIT Guwahati on March 17 along with the GATE ME scorecard. The GATE ME 2018 cut-offs for general, SC/ST/PWD and OBC candidates is expected to be 30-32, 18-20, 27-29 respectively. In absence of concrete GATE 2018 cut-offs, to be assured of qualifying, a GATE ME 2018 candidate should persevere to exceed the expected cut-offs of GATE ME 2018 and that of GATE ME 2017 by at least a few marks. Candidates should also study previous years’ GATE ME cut-offs.
Most PSUs other than BHEL and NTPC recruit on the basis of a candidate’s GATE ME rank and the number of vacancies they need to fill. The GATE ME 2018 cut-offs for BHEL and NTPC are:
The GATE ME cut-offs out of 100 for IIT Kanpur for the last three years are:
The expected GATE ME 2018 cut-offs for IIT Gandhinagar are:
The GATE ME 2017 cut-offs for IIT Delhi were:
The expected GATE ME 2018 cut-offs for IIT Bombay are:
The expected GATE ME 2018 cut-offs out of 100 for IIT Roorkee are:
The expected GATE ME 2018 cut-offs for IIT BHU are:
The expected GATE ME 2018 cut-offs for IIT Bhubaneshwar are:
The expected GATE ME 2018 cut-offs for IIT Tirupati are:
The expected GATE ME 2018 cut-offs for IIT Patna are:
Joining the MTech programmes of the IITs or a premier PSU through GATE ME 2018 is certainly a lofty goal. However it is achievable with sincere effort and a good test-taking strategy. All the best for GATE ME 2018.
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