GATE 2021 Application Correction Window opened, Make changes until November 13

Created On: Oct 29, 2020 12:57 IST
Modified on: Oct 29, 2020 12:57 IST
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GATE 2021 Application Correction Window: The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay has reopened the GATE 2020 application window for making necessary changes. Candidates who have completed the online application process for the entrance examinations can visit the official website of GATE 2020 to make the necessary changes. 

According to the notification provided, students can make all the necessary changes in the online GATE 2020 application form until November 13, 2020. Candidates will be able to make the changes in the exam centre cities earlier chosen while filling the applications. Candidates can also make the changes in the other particulars like category gender or paper but must note that additional charges will be levied. 

The GATE 2021 application correction link is available on the official website - Candidates can also make the changes through the direct link provided below.

GATE 2021 Correction Link

Category, Gender and Paper changes

Changes in Exam cities

Steps to make changes in the GATE 2021 applications

Step 1: Visit the GATE 2021 official website

Step 2: Click on the Gate Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) link

Step 3: Login using the registration details

Step 4: Make the necessary changes

Step 5: Submit the extra fee (with respect to the category, gender, and paper changes)

Step 6: Save and submit the final changes

The revised list of GATE 2021 test cities include 11 new exam cities which have been released zone wise. 

About GATE 2021

The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering is conducted for the admissions to the postgraduate programme in engineering or science with a scholarship and assistantship from the Ministry of Education.

The GATE 2021 examinations are scheduled to be conducted from February 5 to 7 and 12 to 14, 2021. For the 021 examinations, the conducting body has also included two new subjects which are Environmental Science and Engineering and Humanities and Social Sciences.

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