What is GATE ?

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is a national-level standardized test administered by the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and seven campuses of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) including Roorkee, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Bombay on behalf of the National Coordination Board-GATE. GATE 2020 will be conducted by IIT Delhi. GATE is conducted with the aim to examine the understanding of various engineering and science undergraduate subjects along with quantitative and reasoning ability.

GATE 2020 Exam Scores will be useful for admission in Post Graduate Courses—M. Tech, M.S and Ph.D. at IISc, NITIE, IITs, NITs, IIIT, Government Engineering Colleges and some foreign universities.

Important Dates (GATE 2020):

Official GATE 2020 Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) Website Opens for Enrolment Last week of August 2020 (Tentative)
Last date to register Last week of September 2020 (Tentative)
Last date of submission of application (by registered students) First week of October 2020 (Tentative)
Last date to request for change in examination city Second week of November 2020 (Tentative)
Availability of admit card on the official GATE website First week of January 2021 (Tentative)
GATE 2021 Online exam dates First week of February 2021 (Tentative)
Declaration of results and release of scorecards Second and third week of March 2021 (Tentative)

GATE 2020 Syllabus and Subjects:

Knowing your subjects and syllabus is extremely crucial to crack the GATE 2020 exam. GATE Syllabus for every stream is exhaustive and extensively covers 10 to 14 subjects from the engineering stream. Candidates must analyse the GATE syllabus and subjects before starting their preparation for the entrance exam. The table mentioned below lists all 24 papers for GATE 2020 and links of the syllabus for all papers.

Sr. No GATE 2020 Paper Codes GATE 2020 Subjects
1 AE Aerospace Engineering
2 AG Agricultural Engineering
3 AR Architecture and Planning
4 BT Biotechnology
5 CE Civil Engineering
6 CH Chemical Engineering
7 CS Computer Sc. and Information Technology
8 CY Chemistry
9 EC Electronics and Communication Engineering
10 EE Electrical Engineering
11 EY Ecology and Evolution
12 GG Geology and Geophysics
13 IN Instrumentation Engineering
14 MA Mathematics
15 ME Mechanical Engineering
16 MN Mining Engineering
17 MT Metallurgical Engineering
18 PE Metallurgical Engineering
19 PH Metallurgical Engineering
20 PI Metallurgical Engineering
21 ST Metallurgical Engineering
22 TF Metallurgical Engineering
  • XE – A
  • XE – B
  • XE – C
  • XE – D
  • XE – E
  • XE – F
  • XE – G
  • XE – H
  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Materials Science
  • Solid Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics
  • Polymer Science and Engineering
  • Food Technology
  • Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
  • XL – P
  • XL – Q
  • XL – R
  • XL – S
  • XL – T
  • XL – U
  • Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Botany
  • Microbiology
  • Zoology
  • Food Technology

GATE 2020 Exam Pattern:

Every candidate must know the exam pattern for GATE 2020 well in order to score well. Every candidate appearing for GATE 2020 is given 3 hours to complete a 100-mark paper. GATE 2020 will be a Computer Based Test (CBT) with 65 questions out of which 55 questions will be of the chosen subject and 10 questions of General Aptitude to test the language and analytical skills of the candidate.

GATE 2020 Eligibility:

An essential thing to go over before registering for the GATE 2020 Exam is the eligibility criteria. There are multiple GATE papers and the eligibility criteria for different streams is different.

General Eligibility Criteria:
Criteria Eligibility
Nationality Candidates of Indian nationality will be eligible to appear for GATE 2020.
Candidates from Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Ethiopia and United Arab Emirates (U.A.E) are also eligible to attempt GATE 2020.
Academic Qualification Candidates must have passed graduation in engineering/technology or Master’s degree in any relevant science subject.
Age Limit There is no age limit for GATE 2020
Paper Wise Eligibility Criteria:
Qualifying Degree Qualifying Degree/ Examination (Descriptive)
B.E./ B.Tech/ B.Pharm. 4 years after 10+2 Bachelor’s degree in Engineering/ Technology/.
3 years after B.Sc./ Diploma in Engineering/ Technology and those who are in the final year of these programmes
B.Arch 5 years Bachelor’s degree in Architecture
B.Sc.(Research)/ B.S 4 years after 10+2 Bachelor's degree in Science
Post Diploma in Science
M.Sc./ M.A./ MCA or equivalent Master’s degree in any branch of Science/ Mathematics/ Statistics/ Computer Applications or equivalent
Int. M.E/ M.Tech (Post B.Sc.) Post- B.Sc.Integrated Master’s degree programme in Engineering/ Technology (Four year programme)
Int. M.E./ M.Tech or Dual Degree (after Diploma or 10+2) Integrated Master’s degree programs or Dual Degree programme in Engineering/ Technology (Five year programme)
Int. M. Sc/ Int. B.S.-M.S. Integrated M.Sc. or Five year integrated B.S.-M.S. programme
Professional Society Examinations (equivalent to B.E/ B.Tech/ B.Arch.) B.E/ B.Tech/ B.Arch equivalent examinations, of Professional Societies, recognized by MHRD/ UPSC/ AICTE (e.g. AMIE by Institution of Engineers-India, AMICE by the Institute of Civil Engineers-India)
Eligible Candidates Qualification Year Not Later Than
Currently in the final year or already completed 2020
Currently in the 4th year or already completed 2020
Currently in the 4th/ 5th/6th year or already completed 2022
Currently in the final year or already completed 2020
Currently in the 2nd/ 3rd/4th year or already completed 2022
Currently in the 4th/5th year or already completed 2021
Currently in the final year or already completed 2020
Completed Section A or equivalent of such professional courses NA
GATE 2020 Documents Required:
  • Scanned photograph and signature
  • Valid Photo ID (For Indian Candidates): Aadhaar Card or Passport or Driving License or PAN Card or Voter ID or College ID or Employee Identification Card or Notarized Affidavit with Photo, Signature, Date of Birth and Residential Address)
  • Valid Photo ID (For Foreign Candidates): Aadhaar Passport or Govt. Issued ID or College ID or Employee ID
  • Degree Certificate/Provisional Certificate/Course Completion Certificate
  • Copy of 5th /6th /7th semester Mark Sheet
  • Final year students must submit Provisional Certificate Letter as per format issued by the Home of Institute/Dean/Registrar/Head of Dept
  • GATE 2020 Candidates in the final year of AMIE have to submit their mark sheet for Section A of AMIE in case of professional equivalent qualifications
  • Caste Certificate (if applicable)
  • Disability or PwD Certificate (if applicable)
  • GATE 2020 Candidates pursuing a higher degree or masters have to submit the qualifying degree certificate
  • GATE 2020 Candidates with backlogs need to upload a copy of the mark sheet of the final year issued by the current institute

GATE 2020 Application Form:

The GATE 2020 application form will be released in the fourth week of September, 2019. Candidates will be able to access the GATE 2020 application form online through the GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS). Registering for GATE 2020 in the stipulated time is necessary to be eligible to give the GATE 2020 examination. Candidates can follow the steps given below to fill the GATE 2020 online application form:

Step 1:

Registration: The first step for an interested candidate is registration through GOAPS. Candidates will have to submit their name, email ID and mobile number during registration after which an enrolment number will be generated. This enrolment number along with a password generated by the candidate must be used for future logins.

Step 2:

Filling Application Form: The next step is actually filling the GATE 2020 application form. Candidates are required to provide their personal, educational and contact information. Details about the candidate’s college and valid photo ID information also has to be entered in the application form. At this step, candidates must also choose the GATE paper and GATE exam centre for themselves.

Step 3:

Uploading Images: Candidates photograph and signature along with the required documents have to be scanned and uploaded by the candidates as per the specifications mentioned on the GOAPS portal.

Step 4:

Application Fees Payment: Candidates have to pay the application fee online using net banking/ debit card/credit card.

Step 5:

Application Form Submission: After completing Step 1 to Step 4, the candidates must submit their GATE 2020 application form.

GATE 2020 Application Fee:
Category Application Fee till Fourth week of September 2019 Application Fee During Extended Period (First week of October 2019)
Male Category (General/OBC) and Others ₹ 1500 ₹ 2000
SC/ST/PwD and Women (All categories) ₹ 750 ₹ 1250
International Students (Dubai and Singapore) USD 100 USD 120
International Students (Addis Ababa, Colombo, Dhaka and Kathmandu) USD 50 USD 70
GATE 2020 Application Form Status:

Candidates can check the status of their GATE 2020 application form after the submission of the form. The application form status helps candidates know whether or not the respective authorities have received their form and about their eligibility status too. The candidates will have to log in through GOAPS to check their status and if any correction is required in the application form or not. The following are the different status of the application form:

Under Scrutiny
Defect Status
Status after Rectification
Rejected with Valid Reason
GATE 2020 Application Form Correction:

Registered candidates can use the facility of application form corrections from the last week of September to third week of November, 2019 (tentative dates). To make corrections in the application form, the candidates will have to login through their GOAPS account. Some of the information will be open for correction while some of it will be withheld. The following will be available for making changes:

Name of the candidate
Date of Birth
Name of Parent/Guardian
Country of Residence
Parent/Guardian’s Mobile Number
Correspondence Address
Qualifying Degree Details

Along with this, the candidates will also be allowed to change their category/gender/PwD status/Dyslexia and other similar learning disabilities within a given period of time.

Candidates in India

For exam city change request within India: ₹ 400
For exam city change request outside India (Addis Ababa, Colombo, Dhaka and Kathmandu): ₹ 3550
For exam city change request outside India (Dubai and Singapore): ₹ 7100

Candidates outside India

The fee is waived for GATE examination city in India
For exam city request outside India: ₹ 740 (US $10)
For exam city change request from Addis Ababa, Colombo, Dhaka & Kathmandu to Dubai or Singapore: ₹ 4290

GATE 2020 Results:

GATE 2020 results will be released by IIT Delhi in the 3rd week of March 2020 on their website for all 24 papers.

How to Download GATE 2020 Score Card:
Candidates will have to log in through the online portal-GOAPS (GATE Online Application Processing System) for downloading their GATE 2020 scorecard.
To download their score card, candidates need to enter their enrolment number/email ID as well as the password set by the candidate.
Candidates can use the scorecard tab to download a digital copy or print a physical copy.

Details displayed in GATE 2020 Score Card:

The name and photograph of the candidate
GATE Registration Number
Name of the GATE Paper
GATE Score (out of 1000)
Raw Marks (out of 100)
Number of candidates who appeared for the particular paper
All India Rank in the attempted paper
Qualifying Marks for different categories

The raw marks obtained by candidates appearing in GATE papers is normalized using a formula. They are then used in the formula for calculating the GATE score. The raw marks obtained by candidates who have appeared for all the papers held in single sessions (other than CE, CS, EC, EE and ME) are used in the score calculation formula to get the GATE scores. The raw marks of candidates are out of 100 while the GATE scores are out of 1000. GATE scores are valid for 3 years from the date of announcement of the results.

GATE Examination Cut-Off and Stats:

Approximately 10 Lakh Students Appear for the GATE examination each year. Out of which, on an average only 12-17% students who attempt the GATE exam pass. Candidates who are among the top rankers (AIR 200 and less) have an opportunity to get direct admissions to the IISc and IITs. GATE Scores from 600 to 800 stand a chance of a call to these institutes depending upon the discipline applied to.

GATE 2020 Alternative Examinations:
Amrita University M. Tech Programme

Candidates who qualify in GATE 2020 can seek admission into the different M.Tech programs at Amrita University. The university has campuses in Amritapuri, Bangalore and Coimbatore. Even the candidates who do not have valid GATE scores can apply for the same courses on the basis of their academic performance.


BITS conducts a Higher Degree Entrance Exam for admission to its M.E programmes. Candidates have to give the exam to try their luck for admissions into M.E courses across the BITS campuses.

Central Universities Common Entrance Test or CUCET

The Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET) is the common entrance test or CET for admissions to ten Central Universities of the country including Haryana, Jammu, Jharkhand, Kashmir, Kerala, Punjab, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu. Please note that M. Tech Programmes are offered by only three of these ten central Universities viz. Rajasthan, Punjab and Tamil Nadu.

IITM-K All India Admission Test

Candidates seeking admission to M.Sc courses can give the Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management-Kerala All India Test. This test is followed by an interview and is a great alternative for MSc aspirants.


Jaypee Group of Institutes is a good option for technical aspirants. Candidates who wish to seek admission to M.Tech courses can apply for JIIT PGET. Also, candidates who have qualified in GATE can also apply with their GATE score.


Candidates can appear for a written test for admission to the M.Tech Programs at the LNM Institute of Information Technology, Rajasthan. For those who fail their GATE Examination or aren’t too sure about how well they will fare, this alternative will certainly prove to be helpful.


Manipal University conducts the MUOET for candidates who seek admission to M.Tech programmes. The university has campuses around India and is regarded as one of the top universities in India.

Nirma University M. Tech Programme

You can easily secure admission to PG programmes like M.Tech at Nirma University (Gujarat) through the GATE scores. Another way would be to appear for a written test conducted by Nirma University for the vacant seats after first counseling.

PDPU M.Tech Programme

Candidates can appear for Written Aptitude Test conducted by Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University. Once you clear the exam you have to appear for Personal Interview. This university is based in Gandhi Nagar area of Gujarat.

Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) Karnataka

Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) and The Karnataka Examinations Authority on behalf of the State of Karnataka conducts PGCET for candidates who seek admission to M.E./M.Tech courses. Candidates who have qualified in GATE don’t need to give the entrance exam but do have to apply along with the other candidates.

Post-Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test (PGECET)

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University on behalf of APSCHE (Andhra Pradesh state higher education council) is another option for GATE aspirants. Admissions to M.E. / M,Tech/M.Pharm/M.Arch / M.Plg(full time) in Andhra Pradesh fit in the purview of this exam.


SRM University, one of the most prestigious universities in the nation, conducts the SRM Graduate Engineering Entrance Test for engineering students for admission to their masters programme. The Entrance Test is conducted online followed by an interview.

TANCET (Tamilnadu Common Entrance Test)

Anna University Chennai on behalf of the Govt. of Tamil Nadu conducts the TANCET for candidates who seek admission to ME/M.Tech Degree programmes in Tamil Nadu. The university offers a Master of Engineering (M.E) / Master of Technology (M.Tech) /Master of Architecture (M.Arch)/Master of Planning (M.Plan).


VIT University’s online exam—VIT Master Engineering Entrance (VITMEE) is a premier exam for selecting candidates to VIT M. Tech programs. These programs are available at Vellore and Chennai Campuses.

How to Prepare for GATE 2020:

GATE 2020 is projected to have over 10 Lakh applicants. With such a high level of competition, it is essential that candidates do whatever is in their power to gain an edge over other candidates. Here are some expert tips from StudySid to help you ace your GATE 2020 exam:

Preparation for GATE 2020 should start at least 6 to 7 months prior to the exam date
Familiarize yourself with the exam pattern and syllabus
Analyse your respective subject’s model question paper
Study the syllabus thoroughly
Prepare a study plan and follow it diligently
Solve mock tests (especially the one that will be made available by IIT Delhi) and as many sample papers as possible.
Time yourself and ensure that you shorten the time taken to answer with each round of practice
Make notes that you can use for quick revisions
Rework your sleep cycle in a way that your body is at its peak during the exam hours
Do at least 3 thorough revisions of the complete syllabus.
GATE 2020 Study Plan:

Your study plan is the most crucial weapon in your arsenal. It is essential that you build your study plan according to your needs. Take into consideration the number of days until the exam, your strengths and weaknesses, and weightage.

GATE Preparation Timetable:
Subject 1 Day Plan in detail
1 to 5 Chapter 1 – 5 Learn all concepts and solve relevant problems.
6 Revision, Analysis by answering mock questions
7 to 11 Chapter 6– 10 Learn all concepts and solve relevant problems
12 & 13 Revision, Analysis by answering mock questions
14 Solve questions pertaining to Subject 1 only from past GATE question papers and test series of any coaching centre.
Rest day 15 Rest Day; solve GA and Engg Maths and look up anything you need to
Subject 2 16 to 20 Chapter 1 – 5 Learn all concepts and solve relevant problems.
21 Revision, Analysis by answering mock questions
22 to 26 Chapter 6– 10 Learn all concepts and solve relevant problems
27 & 28 Revision, Analysis by answering mock questions
29 Solve questions pertaining to Subject 2 only from past GATE question papers and test series of any coaching centre.
30 Rest Day; solve GA and Engg Maths
GATE 2020 Study Material:
General Books:
Subject Author
Verbal Reasoning R.S. Aggarwal
Quantitative Aptitude R.S. Aggarwal
Non-Verbal Reasoning R.S. Aggarwal
Previous years GATE paper (solved) Arihant Publications

There are numerous books out there for the different papers. One must select the books recommended by their mentors for these subjects. Although, the books mentioned above are must-haves for every GATE candidate. They will ensure that the Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Non-Verbal Reasoning are looked after. While the solved papers will help you better understand the paper pattern and also the kind of questions asked.

GATE 2020 Top Institutes:
Top GATE Institutes in Mumbai:
The GATE Academy in Dadar and Thane
Progate in Thane, Vashi and Andheri
Vidyalankar Classes
Career Avenues
Average fees at these institutes for a GATE course is in the Rs. 35,000 to Rs. 40,000 range.
Top GATE Institutes in Pune:
I.C.E. Gate Institute
The GATE Academy
Gateforum Engineering Success
ProGATE Coaching
Ace Engineering Academy
Average fees at these institutes for a GATE course is in the Rs. 35,000 to Rs. 40,000 range.
GATE 2020 Online Preparation:

The best portal for online GATE mentorship is GATESchool (www.gateschool.in). They offer one-on-one mentorship till the GATE exam along with study material, high-quality videos and test prep material. The fees at GATESchool is Rs. 15,000.
There are numerous GATE forums and doubt solving groups online and can be found on both social media and via a simple google search. These are great for those students who are looking at self-study.

GATE 2020 Top Institutes:

Students who are looking at self-study as their mode to achieving GATE success need to start a bit earlier. It might seem impossible or extremely difficult but there’s nothing grit, spit and the right strategy can’t do. Make sure that you ask as many questions as you can on online forums like ques10 (Click here))
Check out this self-study guide: here

GATE 2020 Last Minute Tips:
  • Pack your bag a day before the paper and make a checklist of all the items that you need to carry: admit card, original Photo Id- the one you mentioned in your GATE application form.
  • Check out the exam centre a day before. It’ll save you a lot of time and stress on D-Day.
  • Adapt to the use of virtual calculator and its working conditions so that using it will not be an issue if in case you need to use it.
  • This time is not for learning anything new. Just make sure you keep revising what you have already learned and focus on the notes that you have made during your prep.
  • Keep yourself calm with music and meditation.
  • Don’t let the negativity around you get to your head. Stay positive. Focus on your paper and don’t let external factors take control of your destiny.
GATE Exam day tips:
  • On reaching the exam centre, check the seating arrangements to understand where you might be seated.
  • You will be allowed inside just 35 minutes before the exam starts and will be allowed to leave after the exam is completed and not before. If you arrive after 09:30 am (IST) in the forenoon session and after 2:30 pm (IST) in the afternoon session, you will be prohibited from entering the exam hall. Get there as soon as possible and make sure that you get acquainted with your environment.
  • Wear comfortable clothes. Ensure that they are full-length clothes to avoid any conflict at the exam-centre.
  • Use the time before the starting of the exam to understand the given instructions.
  • Pads for rough work will be given at the examination centre. Note that these scribble pads will have to be returned before leaving the exam hall.
  • It is mandatory for all candidates to write their name and registration number on the scribble pad before they start using it.
  • Don't waste time on questions that you are unsure of or don’t know the answers to.
  • Don’t waste a lot of time on a single problem.
  • Make sure you leave the last 5 to 8 minutes for going over the whole paper again.
  • Stay confident, believe in yourself and go make it happen!
Top Ten Colleges for MTech:
  1. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras

  2. Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

  3. Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

  4. Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi

  5. Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

  6. Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee

  7. Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati

  8. Anna University, Chennai

  9. Jadavpur University, Kolkata

  10. Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad

Top Ten Colleges for ME:
  1. IIT Madras - Indian Institute of Technology Chennai (IITM)

  2. IIT Delhi - Indian Institute of Technology (IITD)

  3. IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology (IITB)

  4. IIT Kharagpur - Indian Institute of Technology (IITKGP)

  5. IIT Kanpur - Indian Institute of Technology (IITK)

  6. IIT Roorkee - Indian Institute of Technology (IITR)

  7. IIT Guwahati - Indian Institute of Technology (IITG)

  8. IIT Hyderabad - Indian Institute of Technology (IITH)

  9. CEG - College of Engineering Guindy, Guindy, Chennai

  10. NIT Trichy - National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli (NITT)

Top Ten Colleges for MSc:
  1. St. Stephen’s College – Delhi

  2. Loyola College - Chennai

  3. Department of Science (Christ University) – Bangalore

  4. Miranda House - Delhi

  5. Hansraj College – Delhi

  6. Fergusson College – Pune

  7. Madras Christian College (MCC) – Chennai

  8. Hindu College – Delhi

  9. Sri Venkateswara College – Delhi

  10. Ramjas College – Delhi

Cut Offs:
Top Institutes General Rule for Cut-offs
IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Madras, IIT Kanpur GATE scores of 500 to 800
IISc Bangalore, GATE scores of 700 to 1000 for most courses.
IIT Kharagpur GATE scores of 400 to 800
IIT Guwahati GATE scores of 300 to 800
IIT Roorkee GATE marks 28 to 70
IIT BHU GATE scores of 400 to 600
NITs Depends on the NIT
Government Engineering Colleges Up to AIR 2500
Private Engineering Colleges Above AIR 2500
GATE Financial Assistantship:
  • Candidates with a valid GATE Score can avail the benefit of the GATE financial assistantship/scholarship.
  • This assistantship is provided on a semester basis for up to 2 years for M. Tech students.
  • While for PhD students, it is provided up to a maximum of 5 years.
  • A stipend of INR 12,400 per month is provided to M. Tech students for 8 hours of work per week.
  • A monthly stipend of INR 25,000 for up to 2 years is provided to Ph.D. students.
  • For the next 2 years, the financial assistance is raised by INR 3,000.
  • Additional assistantships in the form of scholarships, fellowships, etc. may be available through other organizations, such as CSIR, DAE, etc.
Building Your Profile Before Your Master’s Degree:
  1. Have a clear idea about the education system you are going into and understand the admission process clearly.

  2. Identifying your unique talent and make it better doing certificate courses polishing your unique skill should be your primary goal.

  3. Have a memorable and powerful resume prepared.

  4. Your Statement of Purpose (SOP) gives you the opportunity to display your passion and interest for the university you want to get in to and gives you an opportunity to explain the voids in your academic credentials. Your focus has to be on clearly explaining the purpose you are applying for a particular university.

  5. Internships at brands with good face value. Try and get a letter of recommendation from your company.

  6. Letter of recommendation for a master’s degree requires the student to submit three recommendations it is always ideal to have one professional and two academic letters.

  7. Work towards to better personality a well-rounded one. One-dimensional personality having only academic or professional won’t help your case.

  8. Class and university projects. Get engaged in projects which would help you to show your skills and to get identified as a team player.

  9. Improve your soft skills as well as your social skills.

Placements and Jobs After Respective Degrees:
Job Average MIN MAX
Senior Software Engineer Rs 842,775 Rs 433KRs Rs 1.7M
Software Engineer Rs 596,693 Rs 261KRs Rs 1.5M
Design Engineer Rs 468,678 Rs 206KRs Rs 1.1M
Assistant Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education Rs 406,738 Rs 242KRs Rs 657k
Software Developer Rs 596,854 Rs 235KRs Rs 1.5M
Sr. Software Engineer / Developer / Programmer Rs 835,264 Rs 407KRs Rs 1.7M
Structural Engineer Rs 555,908 Rs 240KRs Rs 1.3M
Mechanical Engineer Rs 580,288 Rs 280KRs Rs 1.3M
Data Scientist Rs 974,947 Rs 435KRs Rs 1.7M
Senior Software Engineer Rs 843,240 Rs 452KRs Rs 1.3M
Job Average MIN MAX
Senior Software Engineer Rs 801,854 Rs 487K Rs 1.6M
Software Engineer Rs 642,057 Rs 285K Rs 1.4M
Assistant Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education Rs 384,566 Rs 215K Rs 666k
Project Engineer Rs 514,618 Rs 254K Rs 1.1M
Senior Mechanical Design Engineer Rs 647,683 Rs 406K Rs 986K
Sr. Software Engineer / Developer / Programmer Rs 1,162,331 Rs 594K Rs 2.1M
Project Manager, Engineering Rs 1,242,005 Rs 619K Rs 2.2M
Structural Engineer Rs 530,325 Rs 212K Rs 1.3M
Software Developer Rs 481,059 Rs 211K Rs 1.1M
Mechanical Engineer Rs 668,708 Rs 305K Rs 1.4M
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