GATE 2019: Correction window to change exam city to close on November 16, 2018

As per the official GATE website – The Indian Institute of Technology, IIT Madras had activated the window to change the exam city for the candidates who have applied for the GATE 2019.  Every year GATE is conducted by one of the Indian Institutes of Technology, in rotation.  This year, the GATE 2019 examination is being conducted by IIT Madras in February 2019.

Candidates who have filled the applications and who wish to change the exam city option to any other city can do it today November 16, 2018. Candidates should log in to GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) to change the exam city. The facility to change the exam date would close today, November 16, 2018.

Steps to make the exam city change for GATE 2019

  • Login at GOAPS
  • Enter Enrollment ID/Email Address, Password and Captcha.
  • Click on ‘Edit GATE Application Form’
  • Make the required exam city changes
  • Before clicking on ‘Save and View Application’ candidates should verify if the changes are correct and then click on the Save and View Application button
  • Click on the Submit and Proceed button

Important Instructions to candidates who wish to make the exam city change for GATE 2019

  • Candidates should carefully check the application form and make the required changes on the change in the city.
  • No request for change of examination city would be entertained beyond November 16.
  • Before submitting the changes, candidates should check if the details are correct and then submit the corrected application form.

GATE 2019 Exam

The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is conducted for admission to Masters Degree program in IITs and others institutes across India.  The GATE 2019 scores would be used to join any of the IIT’s and other top engineering colleges for admissions to postgraduate engineering courses.

The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2019 will be conducted in two shifts on February 2, 3 and February 9 and 10, 2019 for 24 subjects including new paper of Statistics.