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GATE 2022 Exam Analysis Civil Engineering, Check Live GATE 2022 shift 2 analysis

GATE 2022 Exam Analysis Civil Engineering

The Gate 2022 Exam for Civil Engineering for the Second shift got conducted on 12th February 2022 from 02.30 AM to 05.30 PM. The GATE 2022 Exam was about to be postponed as the students who were appearing for the exam protested and the protest was then handled by the supreme court of India. Supreme court heard the plea of the candidates which was to postpone theGATE Exam 2022 due to COVID-19 and its variant OMICRON. The candidates had no other option but to listen to the final decision of the supreme court. The final decision of the supreme court was that the GATE Exam 2022 would be conducted in the month of February 2022 for various engineering disciplines. The candidates have appeared in the GATE Exam 2022 risking themselves for their career opportunities. In this article, we have provided the detailed GATE 2022 Exam Analysis Civil Engineering. The candidates shall read the full article to know the difficulty level and the first impression of the first shift GATE 2022 Exam Civil Engineering. Stay tuned for LIVE Gate 2022 Exam Analysis.

 

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According to the students who appeared for the examination, all the safety measures were carried out at the examination center, candidates were thermally screened for their temperature levels. As mentioned in the GATE 2022 Exam Guidelines, all the aspirants were made to follow the covid-19 protocol at the exam center. The Shift II of the exam have seen more candidates compared to shift I and the conducting body kept all the measures to keep the aspirants safe from the virus.

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GATE 2022 Exam Analysis Civil Engineering Paper 2

GATE 2022 Exam Analysis is based on the students’ reactions who appeared for the exam, Adda247’s team did a ground report on the different centers allotted for candidates appearing in the Civil Branch of Engineering. According to the students, the difficulty level for the paper was moderate to difficult. Students found the paper of a bit tough level compared to the last year’s paper. According to the students, there were 7 MSQs23 NATs, and 35 MCQs in the GATE 2022 Exam Civil engineering.

 

Overall on the basis of the opinions of different students the paper can be considered to be moderate to tough in difficulty level. According to some students, we can see a rise in the cutoff this year with respect to the last year due to high level of competition. General Aptitude Section was toughest among all the sections.

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GATE 2022 Exam Analysis Civil Engineering Topic-Wise Analysis

The Detailed Topic-wise analysis of the GATE 2022 Exam for Civil Engineering is given below. Please note that this analysis is memory-based according to the appearing students, official analysis will be soon released on the Adda247 Website and Application as soon as there’s an official announcement.

GATE 2022 Exam Analysis Civil Engineering
Name of Topic Weightage
Engineering Math 13
Engineering Mechanics 00
General Aptitude 15
RCC 08
Strength of Materials 03
Structural Analysis 06
Steel Structure 02
Environmental Engineering 11
Geotechnical Engineering 11
Fluid Mechanics 08
Transportation Engineering 08
Building Materials and CPM 04
Irrigation 03
Hydrology 02
Surveying 06

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