IIT Kharagpur efficiently concluded the Graduate Aptitude Test, GATE 2022 for Production and Industrial engineering today, February 06, 2022. The test was conducted in the afternoon shift for a total of 3 hours from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm at various affiliated centers across the country. The exam was conducted in offline computer-based CBT mode. Other than PI, GATE 2022 exams for 8 other subjects were conducted in the second shift today. An objective-based exam pattern was followed by IIT-Kharagpur for all the aforementioned examinations.
As the Production and Industrial engineering GATE, 2022 EXAMS has been successfully conducted, candidates are now looking for the answer keys in order to evaluate their scores. Candidates must note that the GATE 2022 official answer key for Production and Industrial engineering, PI will be released soon by the third week of February 2022. Officials will take some time before releasing the provisional answer keys for all the subjects.
GATE 2022 Production and Industrial Engineering Answer Key
Unofficial answer keys for every GATE exam are released on various social media platforms by subject experts as soon as the exam concludes. Candidates eager to check the GATE 2022 Production and Industrial engineering answer keys are advised to look for them on social media sites like YouTube or Telegram where various subject experts and students share their reviews. Some of the popular YouTube channels where candidates can find the GATE 2022 PI engineering answer keys are listed down in the table below :
|Released By||Answer Key|
|Byju’s Exam Prep||Click Here|
|Gate Academy Global||Click Here|
|The Gate Academy||Click Here|
|Lead GATE||Click Here|
|ACE Engineering Academy||Click Here|
Candidates referring to the unofficial answer keys must note that their scores calculated using it may differ from the actual score. However, candidates can gain a rough estimate of their actual scores using the unofficial answer key.
Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme
The GATE 2022 Production and Industrial engineering exam paper followed a general GATE paper pattern as mentioned in their information bulletin. Objective-based Multiple Choice Question, Multiple Select Questions, and Numerical Answer Type questions were framed in the exam. A total of 65 questions were asked in the exam out of which 10 questions were based on general aptitude. Out of the total weightage, 15% was given to General Aptitude, 13% to Engineering Mathematics, and the remaining 72% to branch subjects.
The total weightage of the question paper was 100 marks. The marking scheme that will be followed while evaluating the answer sheet is as follows: For questions having a weightage of 1 mark, ⅓ will be deducted for every wrong response whereas, for questions, weighing 2 marks, ⅔ will be deducted for every wrong response.