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By | October 21, 2016

GATE 2017 Sample PapersGraduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is regarded as one of the toughest entrance tests held in the country. Each year, a lot of aspirants register to appear in GATE Exam to fulfil their dream of pursuing the Post-Graduation (M.E., M.Tech. M.S. , Direct PhD) from the leading educational institutes viz. IITs, IISc etc. All the aspirants who intend to appear in the GATE 2017 are recommended to refer and solve the GATE 2017 Sample Papers in order to boost up their preparation.

Not only this, GATE is also one of the important ways to get recruited in the Government Organizations such as Cabinet Secretariat, and National/ State Public Sector Undertakings in India. Consequently, it makes GATE Exam a highly competitive examination which makes it important for the candidates to prepare hard for the exam.

We have provided below the links for downloading the GATE 2017 Sample Papers  for all the disciplines/subjects/paper.

The sample papers give you an immense source of exposure to the GATE Entrance Exam. Also, you get familiar with the format of the examination. GATE 2017 is going to be held in 23 subjects. Candidates are advised to not leave any stone unturned and do utilise their time effectively. 

Solving the sample paper shall enable an aspirant gain the level of confidence for the actual exam. For that, it is important that the candidate must solve as many GATE Sample Papers s as possible for the subjects he has chosen. The sample papers will expose you to a large variety of the questions that are usually asked in the GATE Exam. With the help of the GATE Sample Papers 2017 , aspirants will be able to identify every important aspect of the GATE Exam.

Furthermore, you can also evaluate your overall performance after solving each and every sample papers. Subsequently, you can work on the weaker areas of study.

What makes the GATE 2017 Sample Papers important?

GATE Sample Papers are the greatest resource of learning for the candidates which will prove as a catalyst for their preparation as well as performance in the GATE test. We have listed below some of the important benefits of the GATE 2017 Sample Papers  – 

  • GATE 2017 Sample Papers will enable candidates clearly understand the what kind of questions are expected in the exam
  • The sample papers will make you familiarise with a wide range of topics
  • The sample papers will also help candidates improve their time management skills
  • It will enable candidates to prepare for the actual exam environment.

GATE 2017 Sample Papers  – Download Here

GATE 2017 Sample Papers 
EC: Electronics and Communication Engg. EC: Electronics and Communication Engg.
ME: Mechanical Engineering ME: Mechanical Engineering
BT: Biotechnology BT: Biotechnology
CH: Chemical Engineering CH: Chemical Engineering
GG: Geology and Geophysics GG: Geology and Geophysics
ME: Mechanical Engineering ME: Mechanical Engineering
MN: Mining Engineering MN: Mining Engineering
PH: Physics PH: Physics
EC: Electronics and Communication Engg. EC: Electronics and Communication Engg.
ME: Mechanical Engineering ME: Mechanical Engineering
AR: Architecture and Planning AR: Architecture and Planning
CY: Chemistry CY: Chemistry
EC: Electronics and Communication Engg.  EC: Electronics and Communication Engg.
IN: Instrumentation Engineering IN: Instrumentation Engineering
MA: Mathematics MA: Mathematics
PE: Petroleum Engineering PE: Petroleum Engineering
CE: Civil Engineering CE: Civil Engineering
CS: Computer Sc. and Information Technology CS: Computer Sc. and Information Technology
CS: Computer Sc. and Information Technology CS: Computer Sc. and Information Technology
EE: Electrical Engineering EE: Electrical Engineering
AG: Agricultural Engineering AG: Agricultural Engineering
CE: Civil Engineering CE: Civil Engineering
EY: Ecology and Evolution EY: Ecology and Evolution
MT: Metallurgical Engineering MT: Metallurgical Engineering
PI: Production and Industrial Engineering PI: Production and Industrial Engineering
AE: Aerospace Engineering AE: Aerospace Engineering
EE: Electrical Engineering EE: Electrical Engineering
TF: Textile Engineering and Fibre Science   TF: Textile Engineering and Fibre Science
XE: Engineering Sciences XE: Engineering Sciences
XL: Life Sciences XL: Life Sciences
AE: Aerospace Engineering GG: Geology and Geophysics
AG: Agricultural Engineering IN: Instrumentation Engineering
AR: Architecture and Planning MA: Mathematics
BT: Biotechnology ME: Mechanical Engineering ( ME01 ME02 ME03 )
CE: Civil Engineering ( CE01 CE02 ) MN: Mining Engineering
CH: Chemical Engineering MT: Metallurgical Engineering
CS: Computer Sc. and Information Technology ( CS01 CS02 CS03) PH: Physics
CY: Chemistry PI: Production and Industrial Engineering
EC: Electronics and Communication Engg. ( EC01 EC02 EC03) TF: Textile Engineering and Fibre Science
EE: Electrical Engineering ( EE01 EE02) XE: Engineering Sciences (XE-AXE-BXE-CXE-DXE-EXE-FXE-G )
EY: Ecology and Evolution XL: Life Sciences (XL-HXL-I, XL-JXL-K, XL-LXL-M )
AE: Aerospace Engineering GG: Geology and Geophysics
AG: Agricultural Engineering IN: Instrumentation Engineering
AR: Architecture and Planning MA: Mathematics
BT: Biotechnology ME: Mechanical Engineering ( ME01 ME02 ME03 ME 04)
CE: Civil Engineering ( CE01 CE02 ) MN: Mining Engineering
CH: Chemical Engineering MT: Metallurgical Engineering
CS: Computer Sc. and Information Technology ( CS01 CS02 CS03) PH: Physics
CY: Chemistry PI: Production and Industrial Engineering
EC: Electronics and Communication Engg. ( EC01 EC02 EC03 ECO4) TF: Textile Engineering and Fibre Science
EE: Electrical Engineering ( EE01 EE02 EE03) XE: Engineering Sciences  
EY: Ecology and Evolution XL: Life Sciences  
AE: Aerospace Engineering GG: Geology and Geophysics
AG: Agricultural Engineering IN: Instrumentation Engineering
AR: Architecture and Planning MA: Mathematics
BT: Biotechnology ME: Mechanical Engineering  
CE: Civil Engineering   MN: Mining Engineering
CH: Chemical Engineering MT: Metallurgical Engineering
CS: Computer Sc. and Information Technology PH: Physics
CY: Chemistry PI: Production and Industrial Engineering
EC: Electronics and Communication Engg.   TF: Textile Engineering and Fibre Science
EE: Electrical Engineering   XE: Engineering Sciences  
EY: Ecology and Evolution XL: Life Sciences  

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