GATE 2017 candidates can challenge the answer key on the GOAPS website from tomorrow, March 3. In GOAPS, the section to contest answer keys will be made available from tomorrow 10 am to March 6, 10 am. Candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs 500 for every answer they contest and give a proper justification for it. Payments for successful challenges will be refunded.
Since the GATE exam was open for international students as well, a fee of $10 will be charged to foreign candidates to contest an answer. GATE 2017 answer keys were released on Sunday, February 26. Candidates were given 4 days to check the answer key and shortlist answers they wish to challenge.
GATE 2017 results will be declared on March 27. Check this space for timely updates about the results.