# GATE 2017 Analysis for CE by The GATE Academy

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GATE 2017 Analysis for CE by The GATE Academy – The GATE 2017 Session 1 for Civil Engineering (CE) has been concluded on February 12, 2017. The candidates can check the review of the exam by the GATE Academy on this page. Since the number of the students were many, the GATE 2017 is to be held in two sessions – the first session was from 09:00 am to 12:00 noon and the second session from 02:00 pm to 05:00 pm. The GATE 2017 Analysis by The GATE Academy for CE will provide an idea to the candidates about the difficulty level of the paper, the structure of the exam, weightage of marks for the particular topic. Most of the questions were based on the basic concepts. The candidates who have appeared for the first session can check the GATE 2017 Analysis for CE by The GATE Academy below.

The exam was based on the memory of the students. The Analysis of the GATE 2017 for CE was moderate. The weightage of topics like Fluid Mechanics, Environmental Engineering and Geotechnical Engineering were comparatively high. The General Aptitude was moderate in contrast to the previous year.

### GATE 2017 Analysis for CE by forenoon session (Session 7)

The details of the session 1 such as a number of the questions from a particular topic, the level of the questions and total marks covered by each topic are mentioned below in the table.

 Subject No. of Questions Topics Asked in Paper Level of Questions Total Marks Engineering Mathematics 1 Marks: 92 Marks: 3 Eigen Vector, Probability Density, Continuity, Differential Equation, Numerical Method (Euler’s Method, Integration), Limit (L-Hospital Rule), Matrix (Inverse), Poisson’s Distribution, Mode and Median Easy 15 Fluid Mechanics 1 Marks: 22 Marks: 3 Fluid Dynamics (Force on a bend pipe), Pipe Flow, Boundary Layer Theory, Open Channel Flow (GVF), Open Channel Flow (Sluice Gate) Medium 8 Environmental Engineering 1 Marks: 52 Marks: 4 BOD, Settling Velocity, Waste Water Treatment, Noise Pollution (Equivalent Noise), Air Pollution (Acid Rain) Tough 13 Structural Analysis 1 Marks: 12 Marks: 3 Two hinged Arch (Max beam), Slope Deflection Mode, Influence Line Tough 7 R.C.C. 1 Marks: 12 Marks: 1 Pre-Stressing, IS 456 Medium 3 Geotechnical Engineering 1 Marks: 12 Marks: 5 Thixotropy, Bearing Capacity, Consolidation Settlement, Triaxial Test, Properties of Soil (Water Absorption), Liquidity Index Medium 11 Transportation Engineering 1 Marks: 12 Marks: 1 Airport Engineering, Traffic Engineering Tough 3 CMM 1 Marks: 02 Marks: 1 Time Duration Tough 2 Irrigation & Hydrology 1 Marks: 22 Marks: 3 Unit Hydrograph Easy 8 Engineering Mechanics 1 Marks: 02 Marks: 1 Force Velocity Medium 2 Solid Mechanics 1 Marks: 12 Marks: 3 Strain Energy (Axial Load), BM & SF, Column (Euler’s Load) Medium 7 Steel Structure 1 Marks: 02 Marks: 1 Eccentric Connections (Force on Bolt) Tough 2 Geomatics 1 Marks: 22 Marks: 1 Bearing (Local Attraction), EDM, Remote Sensing Easy 4 General Aptitude 1 Marks: 52 Marks: 5 Probability, Numerical Ability, Passage, Grammar Medium 15 Total 65 100

### Important Details GATE 2017 Analysis for CE by The GATE Academy

The candidates planning to appear for GATE in future can check the Analysis of GATE 2017 by The GATE Academy for CE.

• As per the experts of The GATE Academy, the majority of the questions were based on the concepts.
• The questions from General Aptitude was moderate as compared to the previous year.
• Questions from Environmental Engineering, Engineering Mathematics, and Geotechnical Engineering were of higher marks in comparison with the other subjects.
• The exam was based on the memory of the students.

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