GUJCET Admit Card 2021or GUJCET Hall Ticket 2021 would be released by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, Gandhinagar on its entrance test web portal after completion of registration process. Candidates who have registered for the Common Entrance Test can check details and download the admit card by using login details.
Gujarat Common Entrance Test, Gujarat CET 2021 Exam date is likely to be released soon by the exam conducting authority. Students seeking admission in engineering and pharmacy undergraduate course can get more details on GUJCET 2021 on the official website, gujcet.gseb.org.
The entrance exam is expected to be held in the second week of August in offline mode. The information brochure is expected to be released soon. Students can keep a check on the official web page shared above to get more updates on GUJCET 2021 date. The last date to complete the GUJCET registration process is June 30, 2021. Students will have to pay an application fee of Rs.300 to register online as part of the registration process.
|Name of the admit card||GUJCET Admit Card 2021|
|Title||Download GUJCET Admit Card 2021|
|Subject||GSHSEB will released GUJCET 2021 Admit Cards|
|GUJCET Exam Date||August 06, 2021|
The GUJCET scores will be used for admission in engineering and pharmacy courses offered by the institutes in Gujarat. The admit cards are expected to be released in the first week of August.
How to download GUJCET Admit Card 2021?
- Visit the official website
- Click on the download ‘GUJCET Admit card 2021’ link
- Entered registered mobile number/ email id, birth date/ application form number
- Hall ticket will appear on screen
- Download it, and take a print out for further reference.
The GUJCET 2021 exam, to be conducted in pen and paper mode, is a gateway to admissions in degree and diploma programmes in Engineering and Pharmacy courses amongst the state’s institutes.
The question paper will be in English, Hindi and Gujarati. For engineering aspirants, the question paper will have questions based on topics from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. For pharmacy courses, the questions will be Physics, Chemistry and Biology. There will be 120 questions in total in the paper. For each subject there will be 40 questions. One mark will be allotted for every correct answer. 0.25 marks will get deducted for every wrong answer.
The syllabus of GUJCET aligns with the NCERT curriculum, set for higher secondary classes. There are four main subjects i.e., Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology. Each section carries 40 questions. Each question carries one mark and students must be careful of the negative marking pattern while answering the questions, as 0.25 marks will be deducted for every incorrect response.
The students must carry their GUJCET admit card, failing to which the entry will be restricted. Also, keeping the security and safety measure in check, the students need to additionally carry sanitizer, mask and hand gloves to contain the spread of COVID-19. The board will release the GUJCET answer key after the Gujarat CET examination. The students will be able to calculate their probable scores by downloading the answer key.
To avoid any delay, students are advised to reach the examination centre as per the time mentioned on their admit cards. Any electronic device will not be permitted inside the examination hall.
The result of GUJCET 2021 is likely to be declared in September 2021. A merit list will be released by the authority on the website after the result announcement. Students will get selected for the next counselling process after qualifying the entrance test with a weightage of 40 per cent to the marks in the entrance test and 60 per cent weightage to Class 12 marks.
FAQs on GUJCET Admit Card
- How to download GUJCET Admit Card?
Candidates can download the GUJCET Admit Card from the official website https://gujcet.gseb.org/
- When will be conducted the GUJCET?
GUJCET will be conducted on August 06, 2021
- Why should we write the GUJCET
We should appear the Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET) for admission to degree and diploma programmes in Engineering and Pharmacy courses in the state’s institutes.