Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, successfully organized the GATE 2022 paper today, February 06, 2022, for the Mining Engineering (MN) paper. The Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE) 2022 MN exam during the morning shift, from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Candidates received a duration of 3 hours for completing the entire paper through the computer-based format. The entire paper was objective in nature, comprising multiple-choice questions. Candidates had to identify the right option and mark the same on their computer screen.
GATE 2022 MN Answer Key
Since GATE 2022 is scheduled to end on February 13, 2022, IIT Kharagpur is expected to release the answer key soon after, preferably in the third week of March 2022. The official GATE 2022 Answer Key will be released through on the official website gate.iitkgp.ac.in. While waiting for the official draft, candidates can rely on unofficial answer keys uploaded online by several subject experts and coaching institutes.
Several educators have uploaded dedicated videos on their YouTube channels discussing today’s GATE 2022 MN paper. While discussing the paper, they have specified the correct options for all questions, topics covered in the paper, and a short explanation for each right answer.
To access GATE 2022 Answer Key videos or live streams, candidates can take a look at the table given below –
|Released By||Answer Key|
|The Mining Academy||Click Here|
|ACE Engineering Academy||Click Here|
|Mine Engg.||Click Here|
|BYJU’S Exam Prep: GATE, ESE & PSU||Click Here|
|MADE EASY: IES, GATE & PSUs||Click Here|
|Dr.Gajendra Purohit – GATE / IIT JAM / CSIR NET||Click Here|
It is better to jot down the right option for each question while watching the GATE 2022 answer key videos. Later, they can calculate their tentative score by comparing the answer key with their marked responses.
Today’s GATE 2022 MN exam was held for a maximum of 100 marks through the online mode. A total of 15 marks was allotted to General Aptitude (GA) and the remaining 85 marks were based on the MN portion. Being entirely objective in nature, candidates had to mark the right option for every question displayed on the screen. A similar format is being followed for the remaining 28 papers under GATE 2022 examination.