GATE CE Weightage Analysis for Environmental Engineering

By Ashish Singh Dhanjal|Updated : October 4th, 2021

GATE (The Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering) 2022 Exam is a gateway for qualifying candidates to secure admission for postgraduate programs in centrally funded Indian institutions. This year IIT Kharagpur is organising an institute for GATE Exam.

GATE is a highly competitive entrance exam where lakhs of candidates appear for the examination to crack the exam and hence it requires good tips for GATE preparation.

 

GATE (The Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering) 2022 Exam is a gateway for qualifying candidates to secure admission for postgraduate programs in centrally funded Indian institutions. This year IIT Kharagpur is organising an institute for GATE Exam.

GATE is a highly competitive entrance exam where lakhs of candidates appear for the examination to crack the exam and hence it requires good tips for GATE preparation.

Here we are providing the detailed GATE CE weightage analysis for Environmental Engineering. GATE CE Exam conducted in various sessions. The following weightage analysis helps you to understand the importance of the subject in the GATE Exam.

Environmental Engineering Analysis 

  • GATE Civil Engineering 2021
  • Paper-1 Analysis: 10 Marks
  • Paper-2 Analysis: 11 Marks
  • GATE Civil Engineering 2020
  • Paper-1 Analysis: 12 Marks
  • Paper-2 Analysis: 13 Marks
  • GATE Civil Engineering 2019
  • Paper-1 Analysis: 10 Marks
  • Paper-2 Analysis: 12 Marks
  • GATE Civil Engineering 2018
  • Paper-1 Analysis: 12 Marks
  • Paper-2 Analysis: 11 Marks
  • GATE Civil Engineering 2017
  • Paper-1 Analysis: 13 Marks
  • Paper-2 Analysis: 13 Marks
  • GATE Civil Engineering 2016
  • Paper-1 Analysis: 10 Marks
  • Paper-2 Analysis: 6 Marks
  • GATE Civil Engineering 2015
  • Paper-1 Analysis: 8 Marks
  • Paper-2 Analysis: 10 Marks
  • GATE Civil Engineering 2014
  • Paper-1 Analysis: 10 Marks
  • Paper-2 Analysis: 10 Marks

 

  • Topics covered in 2019: Air Pollution, Sedimentation, Filtration, Chlorination, Alkalinity, Sludge Digestion, Waster water sedimentation.
  • Topics covered in 2018: Air Pollution, Solid waste disposal, Sand filtration, Hardness, BOD, Activated sludge process, Water Quality Parameters, Flocculation.
  • Topics covered in 2017: Dissolved Oxygen, Air Pollution, Noise Pollution, Sedimentation, BOD, Activated Sludge Process, Solid Waste Disposal, Hardness of water.
  • Topics covered in 2016: BOD, Air Pollution; Sludge Disposal; Domestic wastewater,
  • Sound Pollution, Hardness, Ion Exchange Method, Sedimentation tank.
  • Topics covered in 2015: Sewage and sewerage treatment, quantity and characteristics of wastewater, Solid Waste, the quantity of characteristics of domestic wastewater, primary and secondary treatment Unit operations and unit processes of domestic wastewater, sludge disposal, Air Pollution, Quality standards, basic unit processes and operations for water treatment. Drinking water standards, Sewage and sewerage treatment,  effluent discharge standards.

We hope this analysis will be useful to prepare for Environmental Engineering. You can analyse frequently asked topics in GATE from the given analysis to crack the GATE 2022 Exam.

 

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B.Tech from NIT Calicut. Community Coordinator for ESE, GATE, SSC JE , ISRO and other exams
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Nagaraj KM

Nagaraj KMJul 24, 2016

This is one nice analysis
Karthik velusamy
Sir I need ese gs material...
Sanjeet Chowdhury
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shikha chavan
Sir plss environmental engineering  k conventional notes published kr dijye na bahut help ho jayegi plss sir
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Sir Plz give Notes Pdf Of EE.
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