GATE 2014 Cutoff

GATE 2014 Cutoff depicts the minimum scores needed to avail admissions to the M.Tech, M.E or M.S courses at the IITs, NITs, IIITs, other centrally funded institutes and private institutes across the country. The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2014 Cutoff differs from institute to institute as well as discipline. It is dependent on a lot of factors like number of applicants, exam difficulty levels, seats available etc. Candidates can check the Cutoff for GATE 2014 below.

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GATE 2014 Cutoff:

  • Candidates must check for the GATE 2014 Cutoff pertaining to their preferred discipline and institute to know the scores required for admissions.

  • Candidates who score above the Cutoff for GATE 2014 will be called for counselling.

  • The GATE 2014 Cutoff is pre-determined to regulate the admissions based on the seat availability and the number of applicants.

Check the GATE 2014 Cutoff branch wise by clicking on the link below:





Electrical Engineering

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Electrical Communication Engineering

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Computer Science

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Mechanical Engineering

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Check the GATE 2013 Cutoff institute wise by clicking here

For any doubts and queries, Call the GATE 2014 Helpline at 011-40360360

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