GATE 2025 Test Papers & Syllabus

GATE Syllabus 2025: Download PDF

Get ready to excel in the GATE exam by accessing the GATE Syllabus 2025 available here. Enhance your preparation with detailed branch-wise GATE 2025 Syllabus PDFs provided through the links below.

GATE Syllabus 2025

The GATE Syllabus 2025 comprises three main sections: General Aptitude, Engineering Mathematics, and Core Engineering subjects at the undergraduate level.

The Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, is expected to release the GATE Syllabus in August 2024 (tentatively) as part of the detailed notification available at This syllabus will encompass all the crucial topics and subjects from which questions in the upcoming GATE 2025 exam may be drawn.

To secure admission to esteemed institutions for ME/M. Tech/Ph.D. programs and employment opportunities in Public Sector Undertakings, candidates need a valid GATE 2025 Score in their respective branches. A thorough understanding of the GATE Syllabus is essential for effective preparation towards achieving these goals.

GATE Syllabus 2025 For General Aptitude

The GATE Syllabus 2025 for General Aptitude is consistent across all papers and constitutes 15% of the total weightage in the GATE exam. Therefore, candidates must acquaint themselves with the GATE General Aptitude syllabus.

Refer to the topic-wise breakdown of the GATE Syllabus 2025 for General Aptitude provided in the table below:

GATE Syllabus 2025 for General Aptitude
Sl. No. Syllabus
1. Verbal Ability
2. Quantitative Aptitude
3. Analytical Aptitude
4. Spatial Aptitude

The test papers will be in English. Each GATE 2025 paper is for a total of 100 marks, General Aptitude (GA) is common for all papers (15 marks), and the rest of the paper covers the respective test paper syllabus (85 marks). Click here for detailed pattern of the question papers.

GATE Syllabus 2025 PDF (Subject Wise)

GATE 2025 will be conducted for 30 test papers. The following table shows the list of papers with codes. Please click the Paper/Code to download the syllabus.

A candidate is allowed to appear either in ONE or UP TO TWO test papers. Please see the page Two-Paper Combination for more details.