GATE - SCORE

    GATE Scorecard

  1. Scorecard will be sent only to the qualified candidates. No information will be sent to candidates who are not qualified.

  2. The GATE scorecard is a valuable document. Care should be taken to preserve it. Additional Score Cards, (upto a maximum of two) will be issued on payment basis only once.

  3. The Scorecard cannot be treated as a proof of date of birth, category and disability status.

  4. The Scorecard will indicate GATE Score and Rank of the Qualified Candidates.

      GATE Score

      The GATE SCORE of a candidate is a statistical performance index in the range 0 to 1000. It reflects the ability of a candidate, irrespective of the paper or year in which he/she has qualified. Candidates with same GATE SCORE from different disciplines and/or years can be considered to be of equal ability.

      The performance index (PI) of a candidate for his/her paper in a given year is defined as:

      where,

      m = marks obtained by the candidate.

      a = average of marks of all candidates who appeared in the paper mentioned on this scorecard, in the current year.

      s = standard deviation of marks of all candidates who appeared in the paper mentioned on this scorecard, in the current year.

      To facilitate performance comparison across GATE papers and over a block of years since GATE 2003, this PI is scaled with respect to the global average and global standard deviation. This concept is represented as:

      where,

      mg = rescaled marks defined with reference to global average and standard deviation.

      ag = global average of marks of all candidates who appeared across all papers and years (2003-2006).

      sg = global standard deviation of marks of all candidates who appeared across all papers and years (2003-2006).

      Therefore the candidate’s rescaled marks can now be written as:

      Considering 150 as the maximum marks in GATE paper, the rescaled marks, mg, is finally represented as the GATE Score on a 0 to 1000 scale and is given by:

      Where,



      A typical qualitative interpretation of the GATE SCORE, for example, can be as follows:

      GATE Score Range Ability Level
      800 to 1000   Outstanding
      675 to 800   Excellent
      550 to 675   Very good
      425 to 550   Good
      300 to 425   Above average
      100 to 300   Average
      Below 100   Below average


  5. The evaluation of the ORS is carried out by a computerized process using scanning machines, with utmost care. Requests for revaluation of the answer script and re-totaling of marks will not be entertained.

  6. The GATE result and particulars of the qualified candidates will be made available to interested organizations (educational institutions, R and D laboratories, industries etc.) in India and abroad based on written request by the organization and on payment. Details can be obtained from GATE Chairmen of IITs / IISc.

 


Comments (6)

krishma tailor
Said this on 5-15-2007 At 05:39 pm
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Said this on 9-6-2007 At 07:49 pm
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Said this on 10-6-2007 At 07:40 pm
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SRINIVASAN
Said this on 10-25-2007 At 10:40 pm
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