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GATE 2021 Textile Engineering and Fibre Science (TF) Syllabus, Preparation Tips and Books

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GATE Textile Engineering and Fibre Science syllabus has been revised. The syllabus is now divided into 5 major sections and other than these sections, candidates also have to prepare for Engineering Mathematics and General Aptitude sections. Moreover, you are allowed to sit for two papers in GATE from this year. 

  • If you have opted for GATE Textile Engineering as your first paper then you can opt for GATE Engineering Sciences as your second paper. 
  • 72% weightage is given to subject-specific questions, 13% to engineering mathematics and 15% to general aptitude questions.  Check GATE 2021 TF Exam Pattern

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In GATE 2021, 3rd year candidates are also eligible to appear for the exam. Candidates are advised to go through the revised syllabus, exam pattern, preparation tips, reference books in the article below to get a better idea about GATE Textile Engineering exam. 

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GATE 2021 Textile Engineering Syllabus (TF)

Engineering Mathematics Syllabus

Topics Sub Topics
Linear Algebra Matrices and Determinants, Systems of linear equations, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
Vector Calculus Gradient; Divergence and Curl; Line; surface and volume integrals; Stokes, Gauss and Green’s theorems.
Calculus Limit, continuity and differentiability; Partial Derivatives; Maxima and minima; Sequences and series; Test for convergence; Fourier series.
Differential Equations Linear and non-linear first order ODEs; Higher order linear ODEs with constant coefficients; Cauchy’s and Euler’s equations; Laplace transforms; PDEs –Laplace, heat and wave equations.
Probability and Statistics Mean, median, mode and standard deviation; Random variables; Poisson, normal and binomial distributions; Correlation and regression analysis.
Numerical Methods Solutions of linear and nonlinear algebraic equations; integration of trapezoidal and Simpson’s rule; single and multi-step methods for differential equations.

Engineering mathematics is a branch of applied mathematics concerning mathematical methods and techniques that are typically used in engineering and industry. It is also called Technomathematics. 

Important Topics of Verbal Ability

  • Spelling, Grammar, Sentence Completion, Pair of related words, Synonyms, Antonyms, and Verbal Deductions. 

GATE 2021 Syllabus Textile Engineering and Fibre Science

The syllabus of textile engineering is divided into 5 major sections. The weight of this section is 70% and candidates are advised to focus more on this section.

Section 1: Textile Fibers

  • Classification of textile fibres; Essential requirements of fibre forming polymers; Gross and fine structures of natural fibres like cotton, wool, silk; Introduction to bastfibres; Properties and uses of natural and man-made
    fibres including carbon, aramid and ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fibres; Physical and chemical methods of fibre and blend identification and blend analysis.
  • Molecular architecture, amorphous and crystalline phases, glass transition, plasticization, crystallization, melting, factors affecting Tg and Tm; Polymerization of nylon-6, nylon-66, poly (ethylene terephthalate), polyacrylonitrile and polypropylene; Melt spinning processes for PET, polyamide and polypropylene; Preparation of spinning dope; Principles of wet spinning, dry spinning, dry-jet-wet spinning and gel spinning; Spinning of acrylic, viscose and other regenerated cellulosic fibres such as polynosic and lyocell; Post spinning operations such as drawing, heat setting, tow-to-top conversion;Spin finish composition and applications; Different texturing methods.
  • Methods of investigating fibre structure such as density, x-ray diffraction, birefringence, optical and electron microscopy such as SEM and TEM, I.R. spectroscopy, thermal methods such as DSC, DMA, TMA and TGA; Structure and morphology of man-made fibres; Mechanical properties of fibres; Moisture sorption of fibres; Fibre structure-property correlation.

Section 2: Yarn manufacture, Yarn structure, and Properties

  • Principles of ginning; Principles of opening, cleaning and blending; Working principles of modern blowroom machines; Fundamentals of carding; Conventional vs. modern carding machine; Card setting; Card clothing; Periodic mass variation in card sliver; Card autoleveller; Principles of roller drawing; Roller arrangements in drafting systems; Periodic mass variation in drawn sliver; Drawframeautoleveller; Principles of cotton combing; Combing cycle and mechanisms; Recent developments in combing machine; Principles of drafting, twisting, and bobbin building in roving formation; Modern developments in roving machine; Principles of drafting, twisting and cop building in ring spinning; Causes of end breakages; Modern developments in ring spinning machine; Working principles of ring doubler and two-for-one twister; Relationship between single yarn twist and folded yarn twist; Principles of compact, rotor, air-jet, air-vortex, friction, core, wrap and twist-less spinning processes.
  • Influence of fibre geometry, fibre configuration and fibre orientation in yarn; Fibre packing density of yarn; Yarn diameter; Yarn twist and its relation to yarn strength; Helical arrangement of fibres in yarns; Yarn contraction; Fibre migration in yarns; Stress-strain relation in yarn; Mass irregularity of yarn; Structure-property relationship in ring, compact, rotor, air-jet and friction spun yarns.

Section 3: Fabric manufacture, Structure, and Properties

  • Principles of winding processes; Classification of winding methods; Patterning mechanism; Yarn clearers and tensioners; Different systems of yarn splicing; Warping objectives and classification; Different types of warping creels; Features of beam and sectional warping machines; Different sizing systems; Sizing of spun and filament yarns;Drawing-in process; Principles of pirn winding.
  • Primary and secondary motions of loom; Shedding motion; Positive and negative shedding mechanisms; Type of sheds; Tappet, dobby and jacquard shedding; Weft insertion; Mechanics of weft insertion with shuttle; Shuttle picking and checking; Beat-up; Kinematics of sley; Loom timing diagram; Cam designing; Effect of sley setting and cam profile on fabric formation; Take-up and Let-off motions; Warp and weft stop motions; Warp protection; Weft replenishment; Principles of weft insertion systems of shuttle-less weaving machinessuch as projectile, rapier, water-jet and air-jet; Principles of functioning of multiphase and circular looms; Types of selvedges.
  • Basic woven fabric constructions and their derivatives; Crepe, cord, terry, gauze, leno and double cloth constructions; Drawing and lifting plans.
  • Fundamentals of weft knitting; Classification of weft knitting technologies; Weft knitted constructions such as plain, rib, interlock and purl; Different knit stitches such as loop, tuck and float.
  • Principle of warp knitting; Classification of warp knitting technologies; Swinging and shogging motion of guide bar; Basic warp knit constructionsuch aspillar, tricot, atlas, inlay and nets. Fibre preparation processes for nonwovens; Web formation and bonding processes;Spun-bonding and melt- blowing technologies; Applications of nonwoven fabrics.
  • Principles of braiding; Type of braids; Maypole braiding technology.
  • Peirce’s equations for plain woven fabric geometry; Elasticamodel of plain-wovenfabric; Thickness, cover and maximum set of woven fabrics; Geometry of plain weft knitted loop; Munden’s constants andtightness factor for plain weft knitted fabrics; Geometry of tubular braids.

Section 4: Textile Testing

  • Sampling techniques for fibres, yarns and fabrics; Sample size and sampling errors.
  • Moisture in textiles; Fibre length, fineness, crimp, maturity and trash content; Tensile testing of fibres; High volume fibre testing.
  • Linear density of sliver, roving and yarn; Twist and hairiness of yarn; Tensile testing of yarns; Evenness testing; Fault measurement and analysis of yarns.
  • Fabric thickness, compressibility, stiffness, shear, drape, crease recovery, tear strength, bursting strength, pilling and abrasion resistance; Tensile testing of fabrics; Objective evaluation of low stress mechanical characteristics; Air permeability; Wetting and wicking; Water-vapour transmission through fabrics; Thermal resistance of fabrics.

Section 5: Chemical processing

  • Impurities in natural fibre; Singeing; Chemistry and practice of preparatory processes for cotton; Preparatory processing of wool and silk; Mercerization of cotton; Preparatory processes for manmade fibres and their blends; Optical brightening agent.
  • Classification of dyes; Dyeing of cotton, wool, silk, polyester, nylon and acrylic with appropriate classes of dyes;
  • Dyeing of polyester/cotton and polyester/wool blends; Dyeing machines; Dyeing processes and machines for cotton knitted fabrics;Dye-fibre interaction;Introduction to thermodynamics and kinetics of dyeing; Brief idea about the relation between colour and chemical constitution; Beer-Lambert’s law;Kubelka-Munk theory and its application in colour measurement; Methods for determination of wash, light and rubbing fastness.
  • Methods of printing such as roller printing and screen printing; Preparation of printing paste; Various types of thickeners; Printing auxiliaries; Direct styles of printing of (i) cotton with reactive dyes, (ii) wool, silk, nylon with acid and metal complex dyes, (iii) polyester with disperse dyes; Resist and discharge printing of cotton, silk and polyester; Pigment printing; Transfer printing of polyester; Inkjet printing; Printing faults.
  • Mechanical finishing of cotton; Stiff, soft, wrinkle resistant, water repellent, flame retardant and enzyme (bio- polishing) finishing of cotton; Milling, decatizing and shrink resistant finishing of wool; Antistatic and soil release finishing; Heat setting of synthetic fabrics; Minimum application techniques.
  • Pollution control and treatment of effluents.

Direct link to download GATE Textile Engineering and Fibre Sciences (TF) syllabus PDF 

Weightage of GATE Engineering Mathematics & General Aptitude Sections

Topic Weightage (Marks)
Grammar 2
Synonyms and Antonyms 3
Sentence Completion 2
Reasoning Ability 4
Data Interpretation 3
Clock Problems 1
Linear Algebra 3

Engineering Mathematics and General Aptitude Sample Questions

  • Next Term in the series: 81, 54, 36, 21, ________?
  • Clock Problem: At what time between 6 and 7 will the minute and hour hand of making an angle closest to 60 degrees?
  • Direction and Distance Problem: X is 1Km northeast of Y. Y is 1Km southeast of Z. W is 1Km west of Z. P is south of W. Q is 1Km east of P. Calculate the distance between Q and X in Km?
  • Sentence Completion: A person is suffering from Alzheimer's disease __________ short term memory loss?

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Weightage of GATE Textile Engineering Section

Topic Weightage (Marks)
Principles of Weft & Warp Knitting 10
Yarn manufacture, Yarn structure, and Properties 15
Chemical processing 14
Sampling Techniques and Errors 8
Motion of Loom, Cam Design, and Kinematics of Sley 10

Sample Questions from Textile Engineering and Fibre Science

Candidates can have a look at a few sample questions and the weightage of the topics based on previous years' papers.

  • Sample Question 1: A filament yarn of 300 deniers is being spun at a take-up speed of 900 m/min. Let is assume the density of the melt as 1.2 g/cm3. What is the speed (cm3 /min) at the spinneret?
  • Sample Question 2: The delivery rate of a roving machine is 20 m/min. Let us assume the flyer speed as 1000 rpm. The inner diameter of the flyer top as 1 cm and the diameter of roving as 2.5 mm. The slippage between the flyer top and roving as 50 %. What is the false twist (turns/m) in the roving above the flyer?
  • Sample Question 3: Warp and weft yarns with diameters of 0.4 mm and 0.6 mm, respectively, are used to produce plain woven fabric with end spacing of 0.8 mm and pick spacing of 1.2 mm. Assuming the degree of flattening to be 0.8 in both warp and weft yarns, the approximate fabric cover would be ______________?

GATE Exam Pattern of TF

GATE 2021 Exam Pattern Textile Engineering and Fibre Science

Textile Engineering and Fibre Science syllabus consist of - Engineering Mathematics, General Aptitude, and Textile Engineering and Fibre Science.

  • Paper is held in online mode (Computer Based Test).
  • The question paper consists of 65 questions worth 100 marks.
  • Students have to attempt all the questions in the duration of 3 hours.
GATE TF Sectional Weightage
Engineering Mathematics 13%
General Aptitude 15%
Remaining Topics of TF 72%

Marking Scheme

Type of Question Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
MCQ 1 or 2 Marks ⅓ for 1 mark questions⅔ for 2 marks questions
NAT 1 or 2 Marks No Negative Marking

Read More GATE 2021 Exam Pattern


GATE 2021 Important Books for Textile Engineering and Fibre Science

Books for Engineering Mathematics

Engineering Mathematics books
Book Name Author ISBN Number
Higher Engineering Mathematics B.S. Grewal 8174091955, 978-8174091956
A Textbook of Engineering Mathematics N P Bali and Dr. Manish Goyal 8131808327, 978-8131808320
Engineering Mathematics Sastry S.S 8120337050, 978-8120337053
Mathematical Methods for Scientists & Engineers Donald A. McQuarrie 8130909979, 978-8130909974

Books for Textile Engineering And Fibre Science

Textile book gate
Book Name Author ISBN Number
Advanced Engineering Mathematics Erwin Kreyszig 9788126554232, 8126554231
Developments in Science and Technology Kalpana Rajaram 9788179305461, 8179305465
Textile Processing and Properties Vigo TL Vigo Vigo 9780444882240, 0444882243

How to Prepare for GATE TF Paper?

How to Prepare for GATE 2021 TF Paper? 

Sometimes most of the candidates forget to incorporate some of the important points in their preparation plan or sometimes it is difficult for candidates to find the right starting point. For all those candidates we have prepared a few preparation tips that will them in building a good preparation strategy. And the first and foremost preparation tip is to know your syllabus and exam pattern which is mentioned above in detail. After reading that candidates can have a look at some of the best preparation tips:

1. Short and Long Term Study Plan

Candidates can divide their preparation plan as short term and long term study plan. The implementation of any of the plans is totally based on the choice and comfort of candidates.

  • In short term study plan: Candidates can include revision, practice previous year papers, taking the mock tests, etc after the completion of each major topic. This will help them in judging their weaker and stronger points at an early stage of preparations. Candidates can also predict their rank using  GATE Rank Predictor
  • In long term study plan: Candidates can go for final revision, mock test, online test, etc only once that is after the completion of the whole syllabus.

2. Division of Time

We have created a time table for you by taking into consideration that most of the candidates spend an average of 5-6 hours daily to prepare for the exam.

Time Allotment Activities to Do
5:00 AM to 8:00 AM Pen down the important topics and scan all the important points
8:00 AM to 10:00 AM Take a Break
10:00 AM to 1:00 PM Pick up a Major Topic
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Take a Break
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Go through all the topics that you have covered in the day or you can also continue with the preparation of Major Topic
10:00 PM A quick go through of the Notes and try to sleep early

3. Cover the Basics and Maintain Consistency 

  • Candidates are advised to start from the basic concepts. Make your base strong enough so that you can cover the difficult topics easily. 
  • Consistency plays an important role in your preparation. Without it, you will not be able to achieve any of your goals. Stick to your time table and first go for the major topics only. 

4. Online Test, Mock Test Series, and Video Lectures

Taking the online tests or mock test is one of the important steps of your preparation plan. The mock test will help you boost up your confidence level as it gives the feel of the real exam. With the help of an online test, you will be able to judge your strong and week points and you can prepare for your weaker sections again. Candidates can also take help from video lectures. The benefits of video lectures are:

  • Easy to access anytime or anywhere.
  • Learning at one place.
  • Chances of getting valuable information.
  • Information about an easy approach to difficult topics.

5. Previous Years Practice Papers

  • Previous years' papers are handy and you can go through them n number of times.
  • You can observe the trend of questions asked in the past 2-3 years and prepare according to that.
  • Practice papers help you prepare for your exams in the long run.

Download GATE Previous Years Papers of TF

GATE Syllabus of other Papers

GATE 2021 Syllabus of other Papers

From the information provided above, it can be concluded that GATE is a very important exam and with a good score, candidates can have a good future. If candidates follow the syllabus in combination with preparation tips then they can definitely score high. The strategy of candidates will also depend or vary based on their current preparation levels. But whatever be the case candidates should implement an effective preparation plan. 


Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Ques: How to prepare online GATE 2021 Textile Engineering Syllabus?

Ans: Candidates can join the online coaching classes offered by various coaching institutes like The GATE Academy, Made Easy, etc. Online classes allow the students to from the comfort of their zone. The students can study without taking the load of the speed of the teacher or fellow students. Know More GATE 2021 Online Coaching

Ques: What are the major topics from GATE 2021 Textile Engineering Syllabus?

Ans: Some of the major or main topics are mentioned below:

  • General Aptitude, Engineering Mathematics
  • Textile Fibers
  • Yarn manufacture, Yarn structure, and Properties
  • Fabric manufacture, Structure, and Properties
  • Textile Testing
  • Chemical processing

Ques: What is the weightage of important topics in GATE Textile Engineering Syllabus?

Ans: The weightage of the 3 major sections is mentioned below:

Engineering Mathematics 13%
General Aptitude 15%
Remaining Topics of TF 72%

Ques: What are the books to prepare the syllabus of GATE Textile Engineering?

Ans: The best for the preparation of GATE Textile Engineering syllabus will be your graduation level books or notes. These books will help you in clearing the basic concepts. However, other than those books you can also refer to the following:

  • Developments in Science and Technology by Kalpana Rajaram
  • Textile Processing and Properties by Vigo TL Vigo Vigo

Ques: Can previous years' papers help me to prepare GATE Textile Engineering Syllabus?

Ans:  Yes. Previous years' papers are handy and you can go through them n number of times. You can observe the trend of questions asked in the past 2-3 years and prepare according to that. Practice papers help you prepare for your exams in the long run.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College.

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Ques. What do you prefer, the GATE or the IES?

● Top Answer By Keshav Jindal on 25 Feb 21

Ans. I would prefer GATE or IES because in GATE the ratio is 10:1 whereas in IES the ratio is 300:1. This makes IES a very tough competitive exam but in GATE it is easier to get good marks and rank higher as the paper is easy and less competitive compared to IES.  The IES exam is tougher than GATE because here a candidate has to excel both in academics and personality. In GATE the questions are concept based and it is easier to solve if all the concepts are clear. Also in the GATE exam, there are 65 questions and the time limit is 3 hours but in the IES exam there are 120 questions and the time limit is 2 hours. So you get less time to solve all the questions.  After qualifying for your GATE exam with good marks, you can apply to any of the big companies with higher packages and it also opens your gate to apply for PSU.   After qualifying for your IES exam, you will get a job as an assistant executive engineer and after 3-4 years of experience, you will get promoted to executive engineer post. Then after many years of experience of like 20+ years, you will get Chief Engineer posts.Read more
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Ques. What is the pattern for the written test for M.Tech at IIT Gandhinagar?

● Top Answer By Kumar Shiwam on 24 Feb 21

Ans. The admission for M. Tech at IIT Gandhinagar is done on the basis of academic records, written test, personal interview, and valid GATE scores. Those students who have a good academic record along with good GATE scores are not supposed to appear in the written test and personal interview.  The pattern of the written test is as follows: 10 questions of General aptitude questions consisting of logical analytical and reasoning ability and engineering mathematics are asked. 15-20 questions are asked related to basic courses in various disciplines up to the third year of an undergraduate program. The total duration of the written test is 1 hour for 80 marks. A total of 40 marks for general aptitude and 40 for basic knowledge. There is a negative marking and very basic questions are asked in the test. For branch subjects, all questions are asked related to SOM, fluid mechanics, etc.  The reservation category will get relaxation in the cut-off marks as per the norms. You will also be entitled to and fro sleeper class train tickets for the shortest route from your hometown to the institute. If you pass the test then you will attend the interview on the same day.Read more
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Ques. What are the best coaching centres for GATE and IES in Civil Engineering?

● Top Answer By Sabeer Chalana on 23 Feb 21

Ans. There are many coaching centers throughout the country for IES and GATE coaching. However, these 2 institutes enjoy a huge reputation and recognition at the national level due to their experienced faculty and their study material quality. Made Easy: It is one of the best in the field when it comes to GATE and IES coaching. They have the best faculty teaching the subjects for the students.  Their specialty lies in their high quality and concise presentation. One of my friends enrolled in the Delhi center weekend coaching program, which he claimed to be good. Their online test series is one of the best you can opt for. They are prepared keeping the present pattern in mind. The number of students enrolled is hefty and gives you a clear picture of the competition. Some criticize that their teaching lacks depth compared to other institutes. Their courses and tests require analytical knowledge and are more than enough to crack GATE/IES exams. IES Masters: This institute is one of the best in this field and has earned respect for its excellence and quality coaching within a short span of its inception. All the major subjects for all batches are handled by Mr. Kanchan Thakur who is the director of the institute. He has a brilliant command over all the subjects in Civil engineering. The study material of this institute is best and is even recommended for those who choose civil engineering as an optional subject in UPSC exams. One small setback is that other faculties than the director are not on par when compared with the faculties of Made Easy. For the GATE Online test series, you can opt for Made easy test series, and for the IES test series you can opt for IES Masters. If you plan to join made easy to enroll in Super Talent Batch which has all top faculties teaching in this batch. For Classroom coaching for civil engineering in GATE/IES, Super talent batch can be preferred if not then IES Masters. For Postal study course, one can opt for IES masters.Read more
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Ques. Which will be a better career for ECE engineers, IBPS SO or PSU via the GATE?

● Top Answer By Vaishnavi Agrawal on 19 Feb 21

Ans. Some of my friends work in both the departments and based on their experience, I can answer this. If you look at the position of an IBPS SO, it's that of a specialist officer. You'd technically be a network administrator of all of the intra networks of the bank. You'd be a database administrator/database manager who would have the entire intra network of that particular bank under your supervision.  Now if you look at the PSU job, you'd be someone who would be responsible for sustaining the technicalities concerning PSU. Your enquiry on which one is better entirely is up to you and where your interest lies. While some might opt for GATE which concerns their core subjects entirely, others simply might find their area of interest in networking. So, decide for yourself and choose what suits you and not the rest.Read more
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Ques. What is the difference between IES and GATE?

● Top Answer By Himani Arora on 17 Feb 21

Ans. GATE and IES, are very well known among graduate engineers. The IES exam is carried out annually by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and the GATE exam is administered by Bangalore's Indian Institute of Science (IISc) or any of the seven IITs. Syllabus and paper pattern: The complete engineering syllabus is covered by the IES exam, while GATE covers a portion of this syllabus and some other topics useful for higher studies.  While GATE tests problem-solving ability, IES tests conceptual capability.  The IES exam paper contains questions of the objective and subjective type and a total of 4 papers, while the GATE exam paper only contains questions of the objective type and only 1 paper.  Only in the subjective paper, a calculator is allowed. Difficulty Level & Duration: It will be much more difficult to solve the questions you will face in GATE than in IES.  In a single problem, GATE questions require you to apply many concepts. For that, you should have good problem-solving skills.  While most of the questions asked in IES are direct formula or a single concept based. In GATE, in 3 hours, you have to solve 65 questions that are approximately 2.5 minutes per question.  On the other hand, you have 120 questions in 2 hours to solve in IES. So, 1 minute per question which means you get nearly 2.5 times more “time” per question in GATE. But the difficulty level compensates for it. Category of PSUs and Job Scope: UPSC conducts IES examination to recruit candidates under the Govt for different engineering departments (mechanical, electrical, civil, and E&T).  Around India, The departments you get through IES are Indian Railway Service of Engineers, Indian Railway Stores Service, Indian Ordnance Factories Service AWM/JTS., Central Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Service, Geological Survey of India Engineering Service Gr ‘A’, Central Engineering Service (Roads), Gr ‘A’, Central Water Engineering Service Gr ‘A’, Indian Defence Service of Engineers, Central Power Engineering Service Gr ‘B’ and so on. The GATE exam is organized for higher studies (M.tech., PH. Ed. etc) and for placements in PSUs and Govt. Organizations. From the above-mentioned factual information, the difference between the two should be clear. Rest all depends on your choice what you opt for.Read more
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priya
What is the negative marking for every wrong answer?
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common admission test

Hii Priya, Greetings from collegedunia. For MCQ type questions +1 or 2 marks will be awarded for correct answers whereas 1/3 marks is deducted for 1 mark questions and 2/3 for 2 mark questions. No negative marking is there in NAT and MSQs. For more details Click Here

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sourajit mukherjee
Which book is good for the preparation of this paper for GATE?
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abdul nazir

Hi Sourajit, There are 27 subjects this year under GATE and syllabus for every subject is different. You will find number of books in the market as well as online sites that cover the syllabus and helps in preparation. To know more details visit GATE 2021 preparation.

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lakshay kakkar
What should I do in case I want to finish the syllabus within 5-6 months?
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abdul nazir

Hi Lakshay, 5-6 months is good enough to cover major portions of the syllabus. You firstly need to understand the pattern and syllabus and accordingly prepare with topics that covers maximum weightage. Prepare using previous year question papers and mock test series to identify the type of questions asked in the real exam. Find more tips at GATE 2021 preparation tips.

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muheshraaj
What is the cutoff of this paper for general category students?
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abdul nazir

Hi Muheshraaj, The cut off will be released after declaration of the result probably in March 2021. Separate cut off will be released for different subject and category. Kindly specify the subject interested in so that accurate answer can be given. Find other details at GATE 2021 cut off.

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nishu
Can I get the list of colleges where I can admission in Textile engineering course?
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abdul nazir

Hi Nishu, There are colleges all over India that offers this stream and some of them are listed below:

  • IIT New Delhi
  • ICT Mumbai
  • PSGCT Coimbatore
  • VJTI Mumbai
  • NIT Jalandhar
  • MAKAUT Kolkata

To know more colleges visit GATE participating colleges.

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sourajit mukherjee
How shall I prepare myself for the exam?
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rakhisree chatterjee

Hi GATE Exam Prepartion tips are as follows:

  1. Understanding the GATE syllabus.
  2. Collect important information and resources.
  3. Begin your preparation with dedication.
  4. Make proper revision notes.
  5. Practice tests and Quizzes.
  6. Solve the papers from previous year.
  7. Study only high quality and relevant books.

For more information, please refer, GATE Exam.

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dharshini rajendran
How many seats are there for general candidates?
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rakhisree chatterjee

Hi GATE Exam Preparation tips are as follows:

  1. Understanding the GATE syllabus.
  2. Collect important information and resources.
  3. Begin your preparation with dedication.
  4. Make proper revision notes.
  5. Practice tests and Quizzes.
  6. Solve the papers from previous year.
  7. Study only high quality and relevant books.

For more information, please refer, GATE Exam.

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koyena biswas
What is eligibility criteria to give GATE in this subject?
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surendra

HI Koyena

Visit on our official website of GATE Eligibility to know the whole exam criteria. YOu will also find the syllabus and exam pattern.

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shiya devi
Which college in India is best for this?
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surendra

Hi Shiya

Visit on our official website of Top Textile Engineering Colleges of India to find the best colleges in India. You will get all the other details related to the colleges.

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riya gupta
Where can I get the sample papers for practice?
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rakhisree chatterjee

Hi Riya

You can visit on our official website of GATE Practice Paper to get the practice paper of the exam. YOu will get all the other details about the exam from preparation tips and the important books.

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md hussain ansari
Do I need to bring anything other than ID proof and admit card on exam center?
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rakhisree chatterjee

HI Hussain

You need to bring your admit card and an ID Proof for verification at the exam center. You can’t bring anything else except pen and other stationary. For more details visit on our official website of GATE Exam Center.

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shambhavi chauhan
does bachelors of design clears the eligibility criteria for GATE examination.
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akshay

Hello Shambhavi, greetings from Collegedunia. Click here, for the degree-wise eligibility criteria wise for GATE 2021.


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