The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) has released the GUJCET exam date 2022 for conduct of Gujarat Common Entrance Test on its official web portal. The entrance exam will be conducted on April 18 across the state. Candidates who have registered for the Gujarat CET can check the exam schedule and pattern on the official website, gseb.org.
The GUJCET exam is a state level entrance exam which will be conducted in offline mode by the Gujarat Secondary Education Board (GSEB) for students seeking admission to professional UG courses. The Gujarat Common Entrance Test exam will be held through the OMR-based pen-and-paper mode. The 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 last week of March.
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. One mark will be allotted for every correct answer, 0.25 marks will get deducted for every wrong answer.
|Name of the exam date||GUJCET Exam Date 2022|
|Title||Download GUJCET Exam Date 2022 notice|
|Subject||GSHSEB will release the Gujarat CET Exam Date 2022|
|GUJCET Exam Date||April 18, 2022|
|Admit Card||GUJCET Admission Card|
The exam is conducted in an offline mode and the question paper consists of Biology or Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry related questions. Candidates are given 180 minutes to solve a total of 120 Multiple choice questions. Each question carries 1 mark and 0.25 marks are deducted for every wrong answer.
GUJCET exam pattern
GUJCET is held for two papers. The first paper is for Physics and Chemistry and the second for Mathematics. The duration of the Physics and Chemistry paper is 120 minutes and the duration of Mathematics paper is 60 minutes. The exam can be written by students in any of the three languages- Hindi, English or Gujarati, the official notice read.
The number of questions for every subject has been divided equally – Maths (40), Physics (40) and Chemistry (40) and the candidates will be awarded one mark for every correct answer, and 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer.
|Subject||No. of Questions||Marks||Time|
Important Guidelines For Candidates
- Candidates must carry their GUJCET exam admit cards to the exam centre.
- Applicants will have to reach the exam centre before the reporting time to avoid last-minute rush.
- Candidates will have to carry sanitiser, wear mask.
- The banned items in the exam centre include mobile phones, electronic devices, headphones, and any other electronic gadgets.