GUJCET Counselling & Seat Allotment 2020: Round 2 Result (Out)
GUJCET Counselling & Seat Allotment 2020 - Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) has released the GUJCET 2020 Seat allotment result for the second round on November 4, 2020. The authorities started registration for Round 2 of GUJCET 2020 counselling and seat allotment. Last date to register for GUJCET seat allotment for round 2 was October 19. Round 2 GJCET merit list was announced on October 26 and choice filling was available from October 27 to 31. The result of the first round and mock round of GUJCET counselling was declared on October 7 and September 25, 2020. Candidates can check the opening and closing ranks for various institutes and courses through the first and mock round allotment. GUJCET final merit list 2020 has also been announced. GUJCET 2020 counselling and seat allotment is being conducted in two rounds. The ACPC started the GUJCET 2020 counselling registration before the result declaration to ease the overall admission process. The registration process for GUJCET counselling was started on July 9 and was open till September 11. Students had to register using their GUJCET/JEE Main details. The allotment of seats will be done on the basis of marks secured in GUJCET for state quota and on the basis of JEE Main for All India quota.
Latest: GUJCET Seat Allotment 2020 for round 2 has been released. To check GUJCET 2020 round 2 seat allotment- Click Here. Also, check seats vacant after Round 2- Click Here
Important: GUJCET 2020 cutoff for Round 1 and 2 declared.
GUJCET Seat Matrix 2020
GUJCET 2020 Vacant Seat Details
Important Dates of GUJCET 2020 Counselling & Seat Allotment
Registration for GUJCET Counselling
July 9 to September 11, 2020
Release of provisional merit list
September 18, 2020
Choice filling for mock round
September 18 to 22, 2020
Declaration of mock round allotment
September 25, 2020
Final merit list
September 25, 2020
Round 1 - Filling and editing of choices
October 1 to 4, 2020
Round 1 - Seat allotment
October 7, 2020
Online deposition of token tuition fees and generation of admission letter
October 7 to 14, 2020
Display of vacancy after Round 1
October 15, 2020
Online cancellation off admission: Round 1
October 8 to 14, 2020
|11||Round 2 - Registration for non-registered candidates||October 15 to 19, 2020|
|12||Round 2 - Merit list||October 26, 2020|
|13||Round 2 - Filling and alteration of choices||October 27 to 31, 2020|
|14||Round 2 - Seat allotment||November 4, 2020|
|15||Round 2 - Online deposition of token tuition fees and generation of admission letter||November 4 to 7, 2020|
|16||Round 2 - Online cancellation of admission||November 5 to 8, 2020|
|17||Display of vacancy after Round 2||November 9, 2020|
GUJCET Counselling & Seat Allotment 2020
GUJCET 2020 counselling and seat allotment registration had a changed process wherein candidates had not to visit the branch branches for purchasing the information booklet/PIN. The whole registration process is online and candidates had to pay the registration fee online. GUJCET counselling & seat allotment consisted of various steps such as registration, filling personal, academic and competitive exam (GUJCET/JEE Main details and finally paying the fee.
The counselling and seat allotment of GUJCET 2020 is being held in two rounds with an additional mock round. Candidates will be allotted according to their GUJCET merit, preferences and availability of seats. The seat allotment results are available in online mode. The allotted candidates will have to confirm their admission by paying the required fee. Read the full article to know more about GUJCET Counselling & Seat Allotment 2020.
ACPC is conducting the counselling and seat allotment of GUJCET 2020. All qualified candidates will have to participate in the counselling procedure to be allotted in the B.Tech seats offered by the participating institutes. All allotment will be done on the basis of the candidate’s performance in GUJCET 2020 along with other factors.
Procedure of GUJCET 2020 Counselling & Seat Allotment
Step 1 - Registration and Filling of Counselling Form: Candidates have to go to the official website and register for the counselling and seat allotment of GUJCET 2020. While filling out the registration form, the candidates have to provide their basic details which includes name fathers name and mobile number.
Step 2 - Filling the Detailed Application Form: Next, the candidates have to fill the detailed application form by providing the details on personal, academic, competitive exam and other details. GUJCET 2020/JEE Main application number also has to be provided. Uploading of documents also has to be done. The following documents have to be uploaded by the candidates:
- HSC (10+2) mark sheet
- Income Certificate (for TFWs candidates)
- Schedule Caste (SC) / Scheduled Tribes certificate
- Certificate of Socially and Educationally Class (SEBC)
- Certificate of EWSs (Economically weaker sections)
- Certificate of In-Serviceman candidate
- Ex-Serviceman Candidate
- Persons with Disability (PWD) certificate
Step 3- Release of Merit List: The counselling authority has released the provisional merit list of all the registered candidates on the basis of their marks in GUJCET/JEE Main. The allotment of seats will be through merit list. The final merit list was released on September 25, 2020.
Step 3 - Allotment of Seats: The authorities allots seats on the basis of GUJCET 2020/ JEE Main seat allotment in online mode. Candidates can able to check the seat allotment result by logging in using their User ID and password. The allotment letter is available for those candidates who are selected for admission. Candidates who are satisfied with their allotment will have to freeze their seats by paying the required fee. The payment can be done in online (net banking/credit card/debit card) or offline mode (at the nearest Kotak Mahindra Bank). The admission slip will be generated only after the payment is made. Candidates who are not satisfied with their allotted seats will be able to participate in the further rounds of counselling and seat allotment.
Step 4 - Reporting at Allotted Institutes: Candidates who wish to complete the admission process will have to report to their allotted institute after the required fee is paid. While reporting to the allotted institute, the candidates will also have to produce their documents such as admission slip, payment receipt/challan, information letter and more.
GUJCET Participating Institutes 2020
During the counselling and seat allotment of GUJCET 2020, the candidates will be allotted into the participating institutes according to their secured merit and preferences. GUJCET 2020 participating institutes will consist of the list of colleges and institute which will be providing admissions on the basis of GUJCET scores. In the previous year, there were around 112 institutes are offering 68,343 undergraduate engineering seats to all qualified candidates.
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Questions related to GUJCET
Do I need to give GUJCET again if my percentile in Boards are 95? (Ive scored low in GUJCET)
According to the the guidelines GUJCET score are valid only for 1 year.
So someone who are not satisfied with their GUJCET score can give another exam in the next year because GUJCET is conducted only once in a year.
Fore more information you can visit that official website
All The Best.
I am currently studying in standard 12th how many marks do I need to get in GUJCET to score or to get entrance in DA-IICT
For admission in DAIICT student need to qualify in JEE mains and ACPC merit list.
There is no scope for taking admission inDAIICT through Gujarat common entrance test that isGUJCET.
It will be relevant to mention thatACPC is a committee of admission committee for professional courses which merit list is taken into account for admission in Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of information and communication Technology, Gandhinagar ,Gujarat for study of information and communication Technology .
My PCM marks are 181/300 and GUJCET marks are 44.75, Which college should I prefer for my Computer Engineering?
See, by the data you have given your percentage is 60.3 . So, as per I have seen cutoffs so far, you will not be able to get admission in any of government engineering colleges for pursuing computer Engineering. So, if you are willing to do particularly computer engineering then you have to go for private colleges. You should make choice of that according to your location, college timings, fee structure.
All The Best.
Is calculator allowed in the GUJCET exam?
GUJCET is a state level entrance examination for engineering and pharmacy programmes.However according to your question yes normal calculator is allowed in the exam but not the scientific one.The normal calculator you can use in the examinations but other models of calculator like the programmable one and the scientific calculator are not allowed.
Hope this helps!!
Can I get admission into DAIICT through GUJCET only?
Indian candidates can get admission into DAIICT through GUJCET as well as JEE Mains and also through ACPC Merit List. NRI or foreign are also eligible for DAIICT.
ACPC merit list is made considering 60% of your 12th standard board result and 40% GUJCET result.
Hope it helps.