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GUJCET Counselling & Seat Allotment 2019 - Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) has released the round 2 seat allotment result in online mode. Candidates can login to the counselling portal and check their allotment status. Student who has been allotted a seat and want to accept the seat with/ without upgrade has to confirm their admission by paying the fees. All such candidates have to download the admission slip from candidate login and pay the required fees. The final merit list was released on June 11 by ACPC. All candidates who have qualified the entrance examination were allowed to register for GUJCET 2019 counselling and seat allotment from May 20 till June 4. Before registration, the candidates had to purchase the information booklet and PIN. Filling of application form for GUJCET counselling & seat allotment had to be done by the candidates. Submission of the filled application form had to be done at the GUJCET help centre and choice filling also has to be completed. The counselling and seat allotment of GUJCET 2019 will be done as per the merit secured by the candidate. GUJCET 2019 counselling & seat allotment result will be announced in online mode. Read the full article to know more about GUJCET Counselling & Seat Allotment 2019.Latest: To check the GUJCET 2019 seat allotment Round 2 - Check HereImportant: GUJCET 2019 final merit list released. Candidates can also check the cutoff of GUJCET 2019
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Important Dates of GUJCET 2019 Counselling & Seat Allotment
Registration and Submission of Application Form and Documents
May 20 to June 4, 2019
Finalization of Seat Matrix
June 10, 2019
Release of Provisional Merit List
June 11, 2019
Mock Round - Choice Filling
June 11 to 16, 2019
Mock Round - Result Declaration
June 19, 2019
Release of Final Merit List
Final List of Seat Matrix and Institutes
Round 1 - Filling & Editing of Choices by Candidates
June 19 to 23, 2019
Result of Round 1 Allotment
June 26, 2019
Payment of Fee and Online Generation of Admission Slip
June 26 to July 1, 2019
Vacancy after Round 1
July 2, 2019
Round 2 - Consent for Reshuffling and Alteration of Choices (if any)
July 4 to 7, 2019
Release of Second Allotment List
July 10, 2019
Fee Payment and Generation of Admission Slip
July 10 to 14, 2019
Online Cancellation of Admission
July 10 to 15, 2019
Commencement of Classes
July 18, 2019
GUJCET 2019 Seat Matrix
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Provisional Seat Matrix of GUJCET 2018
Seats Vacant Due to Non-Allotment in Mock Round
Seats Vacant Due to Non-Allotment in Round 1
Seats Vacant Due to Non-Allotment in Round 2
The counselling and seat allotment of GUJCET 2019 is being conducted by the authorities to provide undergraduate engineering admissions to eligible candidates. The listed steps will have to be followed to participate in the counselling session.
Step 1 - Information Booklet and PIN: Before filling the application form, the candidates had to go to the designated branches of ICICI Bank and buy the information booklet and PIN. Without the PIN, the candidates were not able to go ahead with the counselling registration.
Registration Fee - Rs. 350 (non-refundable)
List of Bank Branches - Click Here List of Help Centres - Click Here List of Provisional Participating Institutes - Click Here
Step 2 - Filling of Application Form: After the PIN was bought, the candidates had to register for GUJCET 2019 counselling and seat allotment. Personal, academic and contact information had to be submitted by the candidates while filling the application form. The candidates had to provide their GUJCET 2019 roll number as the user ID and a new password had to be generated. The password should have had minimum 6 and maximum 12 alphanumeric characters. Before submitting the application form, the candidates had to read the declaration and accept it. A print out of the filled application form had to be taken out by the authorities.
Step 3 - Reporting at Help Centres: The candidates had to submit the print out of the filled application form along with the other necessary documents at the help centres. Both original as well as the copies of the documents had to produced for verification. After the verification was done, the registration details of the candidates was retained and a registration slip with signature and seal was issued by the authorities.
Step 4 - Filling and Locking of Choices: Round 1 choice filling and editing has commenced. The candidates have to select their choice of courses and institutes as per preference. To access the choice filling facility, the candidates will have to log in using their User ID, password and 14 digit PIN. Two rounds of choice filling and alteration will be provided to the candidates. Options to add, remove, swap or move the filled choices will also be provided to the candidates:
Save Choices - To save the filled choices
Save and Exit - After filling their choices, the candidates will have to click on this option. The list of preferred choices selected by the candidates will be reflected on the screen.
Modify Choices - Candidates will have to select this option to modify their selected choices.
Lock Choices - After being sure about their selected choices, the candidates will have to lock them by submitting their 14 digit PIN. If the candidates wish to modify their locked choices, then they will have to click on “Unlock Choices”.
Step 5 - Seat Allotment: The result of first round seat allotment has been announced on June 26 in online mode. The candidates will have to login using their User ID, password and 14 digit PIN. If the candidates are satisfied with their allotted seat, then they will have to freeze their seats and download their information letter along with the bank fee challan showing tuition fee. The payment can be done in online (net banking/credit card/debit card) or offline (at nearest Kotak Mahindra Bank) mode. If the candidates are not satisfied with their allotment, then they can participate in the further rounds. Only after the payment of fee is completed, the candidates will be able to print out the admission slip. The authorities will announce the vacant seats for the next round after each round of counselling is over.
Step 6 - Reporting at Allotted Institute - Finally, those candidates who are satisfied with their allotted seats will have to report to their allotted institute. All of the required documents such as admission slip, payment receipt/challan, information letter and copies more also have to be taken by the candidates to the allotted institute.
Candidates will be allotted into the participating institutes of GUJCET 2019 on the basis of their merit and scores secured in the entrance examination. Currently, around 112 institutes are offering 68,343 undergraduate engineering seats to all candidates. During counselling, the candidates will have to select their choice of institutes and allotment will be done accordingly by the authorities while taking the merit rank in consideration.
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Gujarat Common Entrance Test
(GUJCET) is not available in Jaipur. Also, there is no examination center in Rajasthan for this exam.
It is the common entrance exam conducted by GSEB for admission to courses in Gujarat.
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