Tuesday, 16 June 2020

GATE-2021 is going to life changing opportunity for B.Sc (Statistics) Students

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In the year 2019, Statistics was added as a new subject in GATE. GATE 2021 Statistics Syllabus will consist of topics like Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability, etc. GATE aspirants must go through the syllabus to prepare for the exam and ace it with ease. GATE 2021 Statistics paper will be based on the difficulty level of graduation.


GATE statistics paper will have a total of 65 questions of 100 marks. Out of 65 questions, 10 questions will be asked from General Aptitude worth of 15 marks and the remaining 55 questions from the core subject syllabus

If you want to settle quickly in life with good job..then GATE will be GATE to it.

What are the benefits of qualifying GATE Exam

  • Admission to PG Programs
    • IIT's
    • IIM's (their fellow program)
    • NITIE
    • Other REC's
  • Scholarships in ME/M. Tech
    • Financial assistance during master’s programs(12400/-pm)
  • GATE qualified candidates are eligible for the award of Junior Research Fellowship in CSIR
  • You can use GATE not only to apply in India but also foreign universities
  • Helps in other exams like JTO, SAIL…etc
  • Recruitment in PSUs
    • Many Public Sector Undertaking like NTPC/ONGC/NHPC/IOCL/GAIL/PGCIL/BHEL/BEL/MECON/DDA/RVNL/BPCL/HPCL/HECL etc
  • Admission to MBA program in NITIE
After qualifying GATE candidates will be to get admission in M.Tech programs offered by prestigious institutes like IITs, NIts, etc. Other than admission to M.Tech courses, candidates can also apply for  PSU recruitment through GATE  offered by various PSUs. 

Minimum Qualification for Writing GATE Exam

A 4 Years degree course in the same subject is required. If you had completed you B.Sc(statistics) then join M.Sc(statics) for appearing exam.

How to Crack GATE-2021 Statistics 

Those who are in the First year of M.Sc(statics) and those who are going to join M.Sc(statics) may appear for this exams. The PG syllabus and gate syllabus maximum same. Here are some tips.

  1. Download the syllabus from official websites. Or Click Here to download
  2. Buy good books for each and every topic..these books also helpful for you PG exams.
  3. Download / Buy previous year questions.
  4. Listen PG classes carefully and check which topic are in gate..prepare more those.
  5. Practice mock test and previous year questions.
  6. If you start preparation for GATE then your 80% of PG syllabus also covered in It.

GATE 2021 Exam Pattern of Statistics

GATE marks are distributed according to the guidelines formulated by the conducting body of the exam. While preparing for GATE ST, candidates should have good knowledge about GATE Exam Pattern.
  • Mode of Examination: Online
  • Duration of Exam: 3 hours
  • Types of questions: MCQs and NATs (Numerical Answer Type)
  • Total Sections: 3 Sections – General Aptitude, Mathematics and Subject-based
  • No. of questions: 65 questions
  • Total marks: 100 marks
  • Negative marking: Only for MCQs
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