GCET Application Form 2020
GCET Application Form 2020 - Directorate of Technical Education, Goa has closed both online and offline GCET 2020 application forms. Late submissions could be made in person between June 15 and 26 at the CAD section of DTE, Porvorim with the payment of application fee of Rs 3500. For this, candidates had to download the application form from the official website as was to be done earlier and submissions shall take place in person. Candidates had to carefully fill the application form of GCET 2020. All the required details had to be provided and the application fees has to be remitted. Registered candidates will be issued the admit card of GCET 2020. GCET is the common entrance exam conducted by DTE Goa for admission in B.Tech programs. GCET 2020 will be conducted on July 4 and 5 in offline mode in select centres of Goa. Candidates are advised to check and ensure their eligibility before filling GCET 2020 application form. Candidates seeking more information regarding GCET application form 2020 can should read the complete article below.
Latest: GCET 2020 to be conducted on July 4 and 5.
GCET 2020 Application Form Dates
Start date of online submission of GCET application form 2020
May 26, 2020
Last date to submit online application form
June 10, 2020
|Submission of GCET application form in person||June 15 to 26, 2020|
July 4 and 5, 2020
Declaration of result
To be notified
GCET Eligibility Criteria 2020
Candidates seeking admission in B.Tech course in institutes of Goa must ensure they fulfill the eligibility criteria before filling the GCET application form 2020. The eligibility criteria are the conditions every candidates have to fulfill in order to get admission. Those who do not fulfill the eligibility criteria of GCET 2020 are liable to lose their candidature at any time during the course of admission and thereto. The detailed eligibility criteria is given below to help candidates understand each condition
Nationality: Candidates must be Indian nationals. NRI and Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) /Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) cardholders are eligible for admission and will be admitted under NRI quota.
Age: Candidates of any age can apply for GCET 2020 for admission to B.Tech course
Qualifying Exam: Candidate must have passed class 12 from any board with minimum 45% marks (40% marks for candidates of reserved category)
Subjects in Qualifying Exam: Candidates should have studied Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with any one among Chemistry/Bio-Technology/Computer Science /Biology.
How to Fill GCET Application Form 2020
Candidates could access the online application form of GCET 2020 in online mode from May 26 to June 10. The detailed step by step procedure to fill application form is as follows-
- Visit the official GCET webiste.
- Register using email id and password.
- Click on verification link sent on email and log in to fill the application form.
- Fill all the required details of the application form, upload photo and signature and choose the subject options (PCM OR PC OR PM).
- Click on link to proceed to payment portal to pay GCET application fee of Rs. 2000.
- Upon successful completion of payment process, select exam centre.
Late GCET Applications in offline mode
As the authorities had announced that late applications could be made by candidates who missed GCET online application form between June 15 and June 26, candidates had to download the application form from the official website whose link has been provided above. The same had to be duly filled in and submitted in person at CAD section, Directorate of Technical Education, Porvorim. They had to pay the application fee of Rs 3500 that includes late fee of Rs 1500 and shall be remitted at HDFC bank, Porvorim.
GCET Admit Card 2020
Candidates will be issued GCET 2020 admit card after submit their application form to the designated centres. Candidates must have admit card of GCET 2020 without which they will not be allowed to appear for the exam.
GCET Exam Centres 2020
Dhempe Higher Secondary School of Arts & Science
Goa College of Pharmacy
Fr. Agnel Multipurpose Higher Secondary School
Rosary College / Higher Secondary of Arts & Commerce
Deep Vihar High School
Purushottam Walawalkar Higher Secondary School
A. J. De Almeida High School
G. V. Ms. Smt. N. J. Aguiar Higher Secondary School
Shantadurga High School
Govt. Polytechnic, Curchorem
Vidya Prabodhini Higher Secondary School
DM’s PVS Sarojini M. Kushe Higher Secondary School
Govt. Higher Secondary School
Maria Bambina Higher Secondary School
BBSS, Vishweshwar Shankar Laad Higher Secondary School
Questions related to GCET
I want to know how much marks is required out of 300 to get seat in civil branch of government college of engineering and technology(gcet) "Kashmir" with home town quote of general category
Below is the cutoff of JKCET for different branches at Government College of Engineering and Technology, Kashmir
- CSE- upto 700
- ECE and MECH- upto 600
- EEE- upto 400
- Civil- upto 200
Hope it helps
how to prepare for GCET Goa? I havent yet prepared for GCET
Okk so first of all know the syllabus and pattern of the GCET examination. It is of 225 marks with 75 questions from each of Physics, chemistry and mathematics subject with +1 marks for each answer And no negative marking.
So for Orgamic chemistry, you need to clear the basics of organic chemistry first by completing basic principles techniques in OC, Aromatic compounds and then you'll be able to byheart and understand the reactions in Haloalkanes, Haloarenes, Phenol, Enters, nitrogen containing compounds, etc.
For inorganic chemistry, complete the nature of chemical bonds chapter first, then all blocks - s, p, d, f, coordination compounds all these chapters will go fluently.
Physical chemistry is about practicing numericals and understanding the concepts.
Maths is based on more and more solving and practicing. Do calculus much more. Because lots of questions are asked from that side.
For physics, you need to clear the basics first and then solve maximum mcqs regarding that topic so that you cover maximum types of questions.
You can complete modern physics first which will include atoms, molecules, and nuclei, semiconductors, electrons and photons, it's a scoring section. Then go for ray, optics, wave and light part. And at the end go for motion chapters. And then the renaining ones which don't have much connection with any other like elasticity, friction, etc.
Refer to the link to know more..
Best wishes. Thank you.
Why this year placement of GCET was bit low?
There could be many reasons from that.The number of placements vary year to year.For this year the possible reasons for less placements could possibly be the economic slowdown due to companies are not investing in more projects due to which they are not recruiting more graduates.
I hope this helps.
is Neet exam compulsory to apply for pharmacy or GCET is enough??
Feel free to comment if you have any doubt