GATE 2021 mock test link for all 27 subjects activated to familiarise candidates with pattern, check at gate.iitb.ac.in
The GATE 2021 admit card will be released by IIT Bombay on its official website on 8 January.
IIT Bombay reopens GATE 2021 application correction window, edit form by 23 November at gate.iitb.ac.in
GATE 2021 will be held in computer based mode and will be conducted for 27 subjects. Syllabi of all subjects have been revised
GATE 2021| As per a notification on the website, the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2021 application edit window will be open till 13 November 2020
The computer-based test (CBT) will be held from 5 to 14 February, 2021 in two shifts. The GATE 2021 result will be declared on 22 March
To apply, candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs 1,500 for each paper. Females and reserved category candidates will be required to pay Rs 750
After the registration for GATE 2021 is completed, authorities will open an application correction window for the candidates
The process was earlier slated to end tomorrow. The GATE 2021 exam will be held between 5 and 14 February
The GATE 2021 exam will be conducted between 5 and 14 February, and will be held in two shifts — from 9 am to 12 noon and from 3 pm to 6 pm
IIT Bombay begins registration process for UCEED 2021 on uceedapp.iitb.ac.in; exam to be held on 17 January
Candidates can register themselves online with regular fee till 10 October. After that, applicants will have to pay Rs 500 to register till 17 October
IIT-Bombay to hold 58th convocation ceremony online; students' virtual avatars to be awarded degrees
Nobel laureate for Physics in 2016 and professor of Physics at Princeton University, Duncan Haldane will be the chief guest of the ceremony
ARIIA 2020 rankings | The rankings have been evaluated on the basis of several parameters, including budget and funding support, infrastructure and facilities, etc
The examination will be conducted between 5 and 14 February and the results will be declared on 22 March
The top court had directed IIT-Bombay to take responsibility for the project — a large air purifier in Delhi's Connaught Place to tackle air pollution
Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay to go completely online next semester, other IITs likely to follow suit
Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay will go completely online next semester in view of the COVID-19 pandemic so there is no “compromise on the safety and well being” of students, its director said on Thursday.
IIT Bombay becomes first major institute to scrap classroom lectures amid COVID-19 pandemic, next semester to begin in online mode
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay or IIT Bombay has become the first major institute to do away with all face-to-face lectures for the rest of the year amid a spike in COVID-19 cases across the country.
NIRF Ranking 2020 released: IIT-Madras, IISc Bangalore, IIT-Delhi top 3 higher education institutes, check full list at nirfindia.org
The NIRF India Rankings 2020 were delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, NIRF India Rankings were announced by President Ram Nath Kovind on 8 April
QS World University Rankings 2021: Only IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IISc make it to top 200 from India; MIT retains top spot
IIT Bombay has dropped 20 positions from last year's world university ranking, IISc dropped by one position, and IIT- Delhi's rank has slipped from the previous rank of 182.
IIT-Bombay's latest diktat to students over CAA: 'Apolitical' IIT campuses slowly embracing political discourse, activism amid deepening faultlines
The IIT Bombay administration recently issued a circular, warning students against participating in anti-national activities or to distribute posters or leaflets/pamphlets within the campus following protests against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act
IIT Bombay issues circular warning hostel residents against participating in 'anti-national activities'; students call it 'internal Emergency'
The IIT Bombay administration on Tuesday issued circular warning students against participating in "anti-national activities" within the campus or to "distribute posters or leaflets/pamphlets" without permission
Michael Patra appointed RBI deputy governor for 3 years, likely to handle monetary policy department
Patra, a Ph.D. in Economics from IIT-Mumbai, is also a member of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) and is said to be an inflation-hawk.