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GATE EE - 1998
SECTION – A
1. In each of sub question (1.1 to 1.25) four alternatives A, B, C and D are provided
of which one is correct. Indicate in your book, at the space provided, the correct
1.1 A sinusoidal source of voltage V and frequency f is connected to a series circuit of
variable resistance, R and a fixed reactance, X. The locus of the tip of the
current-phasor, I, as R is varied from 0 to 8 is:
(a) a semicircle with a diameter of .
V
X

(b) a straight line with a slop of
R
X
(c) an ellipse with
V
R
as major axis.
R
X
and origin at 0,
2
V ? ?
? ?
? ?
.
1.2 A circuit with a resistor, inductor and capacitor in series is resonant of .
o
f Hz If all
the component values are now doubled, the new resonant frequency is:
(a) 2
o
f (b) still
o
f (c)
4
o
f
(d)
2
o
f
1.3 In the circuit shown in Fig.1.3, it is desired to have a constant direct current i(t)
through the ideal inductor L. the nature of the voltage source v(t) must be:
(a) constant voltage
(b) linearly increasing voltage
(c) an ideal impulse
(d) exponentially increasing voltage
1.4 The reflection coefficient for the transmission line shown in Fig.1.4 at P is:
(a) +1
(b) -1
(c) 0
(d) 0.5
i(t)
v(t)
L
P Transmission line
Z o = 300O
Z o = Sugar impedance
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GATE EE - 1998
SECTION – A
1. In each of sub question (1.1 to 1.25) four alternatives A, B, C and D are provided
of which one is correct. Indicate in your book, at the space provided, the correct
1.1 A sinusoidal source of voltage V and frequency f is connected to a series circuit of
variable resistance, R and a fixed reactance, X. The locus of the tip of the
current-phasor, I, as R is varied from 0 to 8 is:
(a) a semicircle with a diameter of .
V
X

(b) a straight line with a slop of
R
X
(c) an ellipse with
V
R
as major axis.
R
X
and origin at 0,
2
V ? ?
? ?
? ?
.
1.2 A circuit with a resistor, inductor and capacitor in series is resonant of .
o
f Hz If all
the component values are now doubled, the new resonant frequency is:
(a) 2
o
f (b) still
o
f (c)
4
o
f
(d)
2
o
f
1.3 In the circuit shown in Fig.1.3, it is desired to have a constant direct current i(t)
through the ideal inductor L. the nature of the voltage source v(t) must be:
(a) constant voltage
(b) linearly increasing voltage
(c) an ideal impulse
(d) exponentially increasing voltage
1.4 The reflection coefficient for the transmission line shown in Fig.1.4 at P is:
(a) +1
(b) -1
(c) 0
(d) 0.5
i(t)
v(t)
L
P Transmission line
Z o = 300O
Z o = Sugar impedance
GATE EE - 1998
1.5 The laws of electromagnetic induction (Faraday’s and Lenz’s law) are summarized
in the following equation:
(a) e = iR (b)
di
e L
dt
=
(c)
d
e
dt
?
= - (d) None of the above
1.6 A synchronous generator connected to an infinite bus is overexcited. Considering
only the reactive power, from the point of view of the system, the machine acts
as
(a) a capacitor (b) an inductor
(c) a resistor (d) None of the above
1.7 A 3 phase squirrel cage induction motor has a full load efficiency of 0.8 and a
maximum efficiency of 0.9. It is operated at a slip of 0.6 by applying a reduced
voltage. The efficiency of the motor at this operating point is:
(a) less than 0.4 (b) greater than 0.6
(c) in the range of 0.8 ±0.1 (d) None of the above
1.8 The efficiency of a 100 KVA transform is 0.98 at full as well as at half load. For
this transformer at full load the copper loss.
(a) is less than core loss  (b) is equal to core loss
(c) is more than core loss  (d) None of the above
1.9 The magnetizing current in a transformer is rich in
(a) 3
rd
harmonic (b) 5
th
harmonic (c) 7
th
harmonic (d) 13
th
harmonic
1.10 Series capacitive compensation in EHV transmission lines is used to
(b) improve the stability of the system
(c) reduce the voltage profile (d) improve the protection of the line
1.11 Bulk power transmission over long HVDC lines are preferred, on account of
(a) low cost of HVDC terminals (b) no harmonic problems
(c) minimum line power losses (d) simple protection
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GATE EE - 1998
SECTION – A
1. In each of sub question (1.1 to 1.25) four alternatives A, B, C and D are provided
of which one is correct. Indicate in your book, at the space provided, the correct
1.1 A sinusoidal source of voltage V and frequency f is connected to a series circuit of
variable resistance, R and a fixed reactance, X. The locus of the tip of the
current-phasor, I, as R is varied from 0 to 8 is:
(a) a semicircle with a diameter of .
V
X

(b) a straight line with a slop of
R
X
(c) an ellipse with
V
R
as major axis.
R
X
and origin at 0,
2
V ? ?
? ?
? ?
.
1.2 A circuit with a resistor, inductor and capacitor in series is resonant of .
o
f Hz If all
the component values are now doubled, the new resonant frequency is:
(a) 2
o
f (b) still
o
f (c)
4
o
f
(d)
2
o
f
1.3 In the circuit shown in Fig.1.3, it is desired to have a constant direct current i(t)
through the ideal inductor L. the nature of the voltage source v(t) must be:
(a) constant voltage
(b) linearly increasing voltage
(c) an ideal impulse
(d) exponentially increasing voltage
1.4 The reflection coefficient for the transmission line shown in Fig.1.4 at P is:
(a) +1
(b) -1
(c) 0
(d) 0.5
i(t)
v(t)
L
P Transmission line
Z o = 300O
Z o = Sugar impedance
GATE EE - 1998
1.5 The laws of electromagnetic induction (Faraday’s and Lenz’s law) are summarized
in the following equation:
(a) e = iR (b)
di
e L
dt
=
(c)
d
e
dt
?
= - (d) None of the above
1.6 A synchronous generator connected to an infinite bus is overexcited. Considering
only the reactive power, from the point of view of the system, the machine acts
as
(a) a capacitor (b) an inductor
(c) a resistor (d) None of the above
1.7 A 3 phase squirrel cage induction motor has a full load efficiency of 0.8 and a
maximum efficiency of 0.9. It is operated at a slip of 0.6 by applying a reduced
voltage. The efficiency of the motor at this operating point is:
(a) less than 0.4 (b) greater than 0.6
(c) in the range of 0.8 ±0.1 (d) None of the above
1.8 The efficiency of a 100 KVA transform is 0.98 at full as well as at half load. For
this transformer at full load the copper loss.
(a) is less than core loss  (b) is equal to core loss
(c) is more than core loss  (d) None of the above
1.9 The magnetizing current in a transformer is rich in
(a) 3
rd
harmonic (b) 5
th
harmonic (c) 7
th
harmonic (d) 13
th
harmonic
1.10 Series capacitive compensation in EHV transmission lines is used to
(b) improve the stability of the system
(c) reduce the voltage profile (d) improve the protection of the line
1.11 Bulk power transmission over long HVDC lines are preferred, on account of
(a) low cost of HVDC terminals (b) no harmonic problems
(c) minimum line power losses (d) simple protection
GATE EE - 1998
1.12  The output of a linear time invariant control system is c(t) for a certain input
r(t). If r(t) is modified by passing it through a block whose transfer function is
s
e
-
and then applied to the system, the modified output of the system would be
(a)
( )
1
t
c t
e +
(b)
( )
1
t
c t
e
-
+
(c) ( ) ( ) 1 1 c t u t - - (d) ( ) ( ) 1 c t u t -
1.13 None of the poles of a linear control system lie in the right half of s-plane. For a
bounded input, the output of this system
(a) is always bounded  (b) could be unbounded
(c) always tends to zero  (d) None of the above
1.14 The phase lead compensation is used to
(a) increase rise time and decrease overshoot
(b) decrease both rise time and overshoot
(c) increase both rise time and overshoot
(d) decrease rise time and increase overshoot
1.15 A set of linear equations is represented by the matrix equation Ax=b. the
necessary condition for the existence of a solution for this system is:
(a) A must be invertible
(b) b must be linearly depended on the columns of A
(c) b must be linearly independent of the columns of A
(d) None of the above
1.16 The vector
1
2
1
? ?
? ?
? ?
? ?
-
? ?
is an eigen vector of
2 2 3
2 1 6 .
1 2 0
A
- - ? ?
? ?
= -
? ?
? ?
- -
? ?
One of the given values of
A is:
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 5 (d) -1
1.17
2 0 0 1
0 1 0 0
.
0 0 3 0
1 0 0 4
A
- ? ?
? ?
? ?
=
? ?
? ?
- ? ?
? ?
The sum of the eigen values of the matrix A is:
(a) 10 (b) -10 (c) 24 (d) 22
1.18 A d.c. voltmeter has a sensitivity of 1000 O/volt. When it measures half full scale
in 100V range, the current through the voltmeter is
(a) 100 mA (b) 1 mA (c) 0.5 mA (d) 50 mA
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GATE EE - 1998
SECTION – A
1. In each of sub question (1.1 to 1.25) four alternatives A, B, C and D are provided
of which one is correct. Indicate in your book, at the space provided, the correct
1.1 A sinusoidal source of voltage V and frequency f is connected to a series circuit of
variable resistance, R and a fixed reactance, X. The locus of the tip of the
current-phasor, I, as R is varied from 0 to 8 is:
(a) a semicircle with a diameter of .
V
X

(b) a straight line with a slop of
R
X
(c) an ellipse with
V
R
as major axis.
R
X
and origin at 0,
2
V ? ?
? ?
? ?
.
1.2 A circuit with a resistor, inductor and capacitor in series is resonant of .
o
f Hz If all
the component values are now doubled, the new resonant frequency is:
(a) 2
o
f (b) still
o
f (c)
4
o
f
(d)
2
o
f
1.3 In the circuit shown in Fig.1.3, it is desired to have a constant direct current i(t)
through the ideal inductor L. the nature of the voltage source v(t) must be:
(a) constant voltage
(b) linearly increasing voltage
(c) an ideal impulse
(d) exponentially increasing voltage
1.4 The reflection coefficient for the transmission line shown in Fig.1.4 at P is:
(a) +1
(b) -1
(c) 0
(d) 0.5
i(t)
v(t)
L
P Transmission line
Z o = 300O
Z o = Sugar impedance
GATE EE - 1998
1.5 The laws of electromagnetic induction (Faraday’s and Lenz’s law) are summarized
in the following equation:
(a) e = iR (b)
di
e L
dt
=
(c)
d
e
dt
?
= - (d) None of the above
1.6 A synchronous generator connected to an infinite bus is overexcited. Considering
only the reactive power, from the point of view of the system, the machine acts
as
(a) a capacitor (b) an inductor
(c) a resistor (d) None of the above
1.7 A 3 phase squirrel cage induction motor has a full load efficiency of 0.8 and a
maximum efficiency of 0.9. It is operated at a slip of 0.6 by applying a reduced
voltage. The efficiency of the motor at this operating point is:
(a) less than 0.4 (b) greater than 0.6
(c) in the range of 0.8 ±0.1 (d) None of the above
1.8 The efficiency of a 100 KVA transform is 0.98 at full as well as at half load. For
this transformer at full load the copper loss.
(a) is less than core loss  (b) is equal to core loss
(c) is more than core loss  (d) None of the above
1.9 The magnetizing current in a transformer is rich in
(a) 3
rd
harmonic (b) 5
th
harmonic (c) 7
th
harmonic (d) 13
th
harmonic
1.10 Series capacitive compensation in EHV transmission lines is used to
(b) improve the stability of the system
(c) reduce the voltage profile (d) improve the protection of the line
1.11 Bulk power transmission over long HVDC lines are preferred, on account of
(a) low cost of HVDC terminals (b) no harmonic problems
(c) minimum line power losses (d) simple protection
GATE EE - 1998
1.12  The output of a linear time invariant control system is c(t) for a certain input
r(t). If r(t) is modified by passing it through a block whose transfer function is
s
e
-
and then applied to the system, the modified output of the system would be
(a)
( )
1
t
c t
e +
(b)
( )
1
t
c t
e
-
+
(c) ( ) ( ) 1 1 c t u t - - (d) ( ) ( ) 1 c t u t -
1.13 None of the poles of a linear control system lie in the right half of s-plane. For a
bounded input, the output of this system
(a) is always bounded  (b) could be unbounded
(c) always tends to zero  (d) None of the above
1.14 The phase lead compensation is used to
(a) increase rise time and decrease overshoot
(b) decrease both rise time and overshoot
(c) increase both rise time and overshoot
(d) decrease rise time and increase overshoot
1.15 A set of linear equations is represented by the matrix equation Ax=b. the
necessary condition for the existence of a solution for this system is:
(a) A must be invertible
(b) b must be linearly depended on the columns of A
(c) b must be linearly independent of the columns of A
(d) None of the above
1.16 The vector
1
2
1
? ?
? ?
? ?
? ?
-
? ?
is an eigen vector of
2 2 3
2 1 6 .
1 2 0
A
- - ? ?
? ?
= -
? ?
? ?
- -
? ?
One of the given values of
A is:
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 5 (d) -1
1.17
2 0 0 1
0 1 0 0
.
0 0 3 0
1 0 0 4
A
- ? ?
? ?
? ?
=
? ?
? ?
- ? ?
? ?
The sum of the eigen values of the matrix A is:
(a) 10 (b) -10 (c) 24 (d) 22
1.18 A d.c. voltmeter has a sensitivity of 1000 O/volt. When it measures half full scale
in 100V range, the current through the voltmeter is
(a) 100 mA (b) 1 mA (c) 0.5 mA (d) 50 mA
GATE EE - 1998
1.19. A moving coil galvanometer is made into a d.c. ammeter by connecting
(a) a low resistance across the meter
(b) a high resistance in series with the meter
(c) a pure inductance across the meter
(d) a capacitor in series with the meter
1.20. The open collector outputs of two 2-inputs NAND gates are connected to a
common pull up resistor. If the input to the gates are P, Q and R, S respectively,
the output is equal to
(a) . . . . PQRS (b) PQ RS + (c) . . PQ RS + (d) . . . PQ RS
1.21. In standard TTL gates, the totem pole output stage is primarily used to
(a) increase the noise margin of the gate
(b) decrease the output switching delay
(c) facilitate a wired OR logic connection
(d) increase the output impedance of the circuit
1.22. One of the applications of current mirror is:
(a) output current limiting
(b) obtaining a very high current gain
(c) current feedback
(d) temperature stabilized biasing
1.23. The uncontrolled electronic switch employed in power electronic converters is:
(a) thyristor   (b) bipolar junction transistor
(c) diode   (d) MOSFET
1.24. The MOSFET switch in its on-state may be considered equivalent to:
(a) resistor (b) inductor (c) capacitor (d) battery
1.25 In a commutation circuit employed to turn off an SCR, satisfactory turn-off is
obtained when
(a) circuit turn-off time < device turn-off time
(b) circuit turn-off time > device turn-off time
(c) circuit time constant > device turn-off time
(d) circuit time constant < device turn-off time
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GATE EE - 1998
SECTION – A
1. In each of sub question (1.1 to 1.25) four alternatives A, B, C and D are provided
of which one is correct. Indicate in your book, at the space provided, the correct
1.1 A sinusoidal source of voltage V and frequency f is connected to a series circuit of
variable resistance, R and a fixed reactance, X. The locus of the tip of the
current-phasor, I, as R is varied from 0 to 8 is:
(a) a semicircle with a diameter of .
V
X

(b) a straight line with a slop of
R
X
(c) an ellipse with
V
R
as major axis.
R
X
and origin at 0,
2
V ? ?
? ?
? ?
.
1.2 A circuit with a resistor, inductor and capacitor in series is resonant of .
o
f Hz If all
the component values are now doubled, the new resonant frequency is:
(a) 2
o
f (b) still
o
f (c)
4
o
f
(d)
2
o
f
1.3 In the circuit shown in Fig.1.3, it is desired to have a constant direct current i(t)
through the ideal inductor L. the nature of the voltage source v(t) must be:
(a) constant voltage
(b) linearly increasing voltage
(c) an ideal impulse
(d) exponentially increasing voltage
1.4 The reflection coefficient for the transmission line shown in Fig.1.4 at P is:
(a) +1
(b) -1
(c) 0
(d) 0.5
i(t)
v(t)
L
P Transmission line
Z o = 300O
Z o = Sugar impedance
GATE EE - 1998
1.5 The laws of electromagnetic induction (Faraday’s and Lenz’s law) are summarized
in the following equation:
(a) e = iR (b)
di
e L
dt
=
(c)
d
e
dt
?
= - (d) None of the above
1.6 A synchronous generator connected to an infinite bus is overexcited. Considering
only the reactive power, from the point of view of the system, the machine acts
as
(a) a capacitor (b) an inductor
(c) a resistor (d) None of the above
1.7 A 3 phase squirrel cage induction motor has a full load efficiency of 0.8 and a
maximum efficiency of 0.9. It is operated at a slip of 0.6 by applying a reduced
voltage. The efficiency of the motor at this operating point is:
(a) less than 0.4 (b) greater than 0.6
(c) in the range of 0.8 ±0.1 (d) None of the above
1.8 The efficiency of a 100 KVA transform is 0.98 at full as well as at half load. For
this transformer at full load the copper loss.
(a) is less than core loss  (b) is equal to core loss
(c) is more than core loss  (d) None of the above
1.9 The magnetizing current in a transformer is rich in
(a) 3
rd
harmonic (b) 5
th
harmonic (c) 7
th
harmonic (d) 13
th
harmonic
1.10 Series capacitive compensation in EHV transmission lines is used to
(b) improve the stability of the system
(c) reduce the voltage profile (d) improve the protection of the line
1.11 Bulk power transmission over long HVDC lines are preferred, on account of
(a) low cost of HVDC terminals (b) no harmonic problems
(c) minimum line power losses (d) simple protection
GATE EE - 1998
1.12  The output of a linear time invariant control system is c(t) for a certain input
r(t). If r(t) is modified by passing it through a block whose transfer function is
s
e
-
and then applied to the system, the modified output of the system would be
(a)
( )
1
t
c t
e +
(b)
( )
1
t
c t
e
-
+
(c) ( ) ( ) 1 1 c t u t - - (d) ( ) ( ) 1 c t u t -
1.13 None of the poles of a linear control system lie in the right half of s-plane. For a
bounded input, the output of this system
(a) is always bounded  (b) could be unbounded
(c) always tends to zero  (d) None of the above
1.14 The phase lead compensation is used to
(a) increase rise time and decrease overshoot
(b) decrease both rise time and overshoot
(c) increase both rise time and overshoot
(d) decrease rise time and increase overshoot
1.15 A set of linear equations is represented by the matrix equation Ax=b. the
necessary condition for the existence of a solution for this system is:
(a) A must be invertible
(b) b must be linearly depended on the columns of A
(c) b must be linearly independent of the columns of A
(d) None of the above
1.16 The vector
1
2
1
? ?
? ?
? ?
? ?
-
? ?
is an eigen vector of
2 2 3
2 1 6 .
1 2 0
A
- - ? ?
? ?
= -
? ?
? ?
- -
? ?
One of the given values of
A is:
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 5 (d) -1
1.17
2 0 0 1
0 1 0 0
.
0 0 3 0
1 0 0 4
A
- ? ?
? ?
? ?
=
? ?
? ?
- ? ?
? ?
The sum of the eigen values of the matrix A is:
(a) 10 (b) -10 (c) 24 (d) 22
1.18 A d.c. voltmeter has a sensitivity of 1000 O/volt. When it measures half full scale
in 100V range, the current through the voltmeter is
(a) 100 mA (b) 1 mA (c) 0.5 mA (d) 50 mA
GATE EE - 1998
1.19. A moving coil galvanometer is made into a d.c. ammeter by connecting
(a) a low resistance across the meter
(b) a high resistance in series with the meter
(c) a pure inductance across the meter
(d) a capacitor in series with the meter
1.20. The open collector outputs of two 2-inputs NAND gates are connected to a
common pull up resistor. If the input to the gates are P, Q and R, S respectively,
the output is equal to
(a) . . . . PQRS (b) PQ RS + (c) . . PQ RS + (d) . . . PQ RS
1.21. In standard TTL gates, the totem pole output stage is primarily used to
(a) increase the noise margin of the gate
(b) decrease the output switching delay
(c) facilitate a wired OR logic connection
(d) increase the output impedance of the circuit
1.22. One of the applications of current mirror is:
(a) output current limiting
(b) obtaining a very high current gain
(c) current feedback
(d) temperature stabilized biasing
1.23. The uncontrolled electronic switch employed in power electronic converters is:
(a) thyristor   (b) bipolar junction transistor
(c) diode   (d) MOSFET
1.24. The MOSFET switch in its on-state may be considered equivalent to:
(a) resistor (b) inductor (c) capacitor (d) battery
1.25 In a commutation circuit employed to turn off an SCR, satisfactory turn-off is
obtained when
(a) circuit turn-off time < device turn-off time
(b) circuit turn-off time > device turn-off time
(c) circuit time constant > device turn-off time
(d) circuit time constant < device turn-off time
GATE EE - 1998
2. Questions 2.1 to 2.20 are accompanied by four answers of which one is correct.
Indicate the correct answer, in the space provided in the answer book, by writing
the alphabet A, B, C or D.
For each of questions 2.21 to 2.25, three items are given on the left side and
more than three on the right. For each item on the left, match a suitable answer
from the items on the right (e.g.A-Q, B-S, C-T). Write your answer in the space
2.1 Viewed from the terminals A, B the following circuit shown in Fig.2.1 can be
reduced to an equivalent circuit of a single voltage source in series with a single
resistor with the following parameters:
(a) 5 volt source in series with 10O resistor
(b) 1 volt source in series with 2.4O resistor
(c) 15 volt source in series with 2.4O resistor
(d) 1 volt source in series with 10O resistor
2.2.
The effective inductance of the circuit across the terminals A, B in the Fig.2.2
shown below is:
(a) 9 H
(b) 21 H
(c) 11 H
(d) 6 H
2.3. The neutral of 10 MVA, 11 KV alternator is earthed through a resistance of 5
ohms. The earth fault relay is set to operate at 0.75A. The CT’s have a ratio of
1000 :5.What percentage of the alternator winding is protected?
(a) 85% (b) 88.2% (c) 15% (d) 11.8%
2.4. If the length of a wire of resistance R is uniformly stretched to n times its original
value, its new resistance is:
(a) nR (b)
R
n
(c)
2
n R (d)
R
n
2
2.5. A cable has the following characteristics. L =0.201 µH/m and C = 196.2 p/F/m.
The velocity of wave propagation through the cable is:
(a) 32 m/s (b) 159.24 µ/ms (c) 0.0312 m/s (d) 159.24 m/s
+
-
4O
5V
+
-
A
B
10V
6O
1H
2H
3H
6H
4H
5H
A
B
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## FAQs on Electrical Engineering (EE) 1998 GATE Paper without solution - GATE Past Year Papers for Practice (All Branches)

 1. What is the significance of the GATE exam for Electrical Engineering (EE) in 1998? Ans. The GATE exam is an important entrance exam for engineering students, including those specializing in Electrical Engineering (EE). The 1998 GATE paper specifically refers to the question paper for the EE discipline in that year. It is used by universities and institutions in India for admission into postgraduate programs and for recruitment purposes in public sector companies.
 2. Can I find the solutions to the 1998 GATE Electrical Engineering (EE) paper? Ans. Unfortunately, the given article does not provide the solutions to the 1998 GATE Electrical Engineering (EE) paper. However, you may be able to find the solutions or answer keys through other sources such as coaching institutes, online forums, or by connecting with fellow aspirants who have access to those solutions.
 3. How can I prepare for the GATE exam in Electrical Engineering (EE)? Ans. To prepare for the GATE exam in Electrical Engineering (EE), it is essential to have a thorough understanding of the core concepts and subjects relevant to the field. Start by referring to the syllabus provided by the exam conducting authority and create a study plan accordingly. Utilize standard textbooks, reference materials, and online resources for studying. Solve previous years' question papers, take mock tests, and analyze your performance to identify areas that need improvement. Seek guidance from experienced faculty or join coaching institutes if required.
 4. What are the benefits of cracking the GATE exam in Electrical Engineering (EE)? Ans. Cracking the GATE exam in Electrical Engineering (EE) opens up various opportunities for candidates. It serves as a gateway to pursue higher education in reputed institutions and universities, leading to specialized master's and doctoral programs. GATE scores are also considered by numerous public sector companies for recruitment purposes. Additionally, qualifying GATE can provide eligibility for scholarships, financial assistance, and teaching assistantship opportunities during postgraduate studies.
 5. Can I apply for the GATE exam in Electrical Engineering (EE) if I am in the final year of my bachelor's degree? Ans. Yes, you can apply for the GATE exam in Electrical Engineering (EE) if you are in the final year of your bachelor's degree. However, it is important to note that you need to provide proof of your qualification at the time of admission or recruitment. Therefore, make sure to complete all the necessary requirements and obtain the required documents before the specified deadlines to ensure a smooth application process.

## GATE Past Year Papers for Practice (All Branches)

407 docs|127 tests

## GATE Past Year Papers for Practice (All Branches)

407 docs|127 tests
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