GUJCET Cutoff 2020
GUJCET Cutoff 2020 - Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) has declared GUJCET 2020 cutoff for round 1 and 2 seat allotment. Candidates can check below GUJCET cutoff 2020 for various institutes and courses to know the opening and closing ranks within which admission has been allotted. GUJCET cutoff for mock round seat allotment is also provided here. Candidates could also modify their choices filled in GUJCET counselling form from September 25 to 30. Candidates can also check here previous year GUJCET cutoff to have idea about ranks within which various institutes offer admission. GUJCET cutoff is the opening and closing ranks within which GUJCET participating institutes offer admission. ACPC will prepare and use GUJCET cutoff 2020 as a screening process for admissions. The opening and closing ranks for admission through GUJCET 2020 is present in the cutoff. It should be noted that the GUJCET cutoff will be different for each category, institute and course. The authorities will consider various particulars related to the examination such as number of applicants, difficulty level, previous year trends and more while preparing GUJCET 2020 cutoff. Candidates are advised to check the previous year cutoffs to know their probable chances of admission through GUJCET. Read the full article to know more about GUJCET Cutoff 2020.
Latest: GUJCET 2020 seat allotment round 2 released
GUJCET 2020 Cutoff
The authorities has released the GUJCET cutoff 2020 for mock round. GUJCET cutoff for round 1 and 2 will be available after every round of counselling is over. The opening and closing ranks for every course, institute and category will be present in the cutoff. GUJCET cutoff 2020 will be updated in this article as soon as it is declared by ACPC.
GUJCET 2020 Cutoff
Previous Years’ GUJCET Cutoff
GUJCET 2019 Cutoff
GUJCET Cutoff 2018
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GUJCET Cutoff 2017
Which factors will be considered while preparing GUJCET Cutoff 2020?
The cutoff of GUJCET 2020 will be released separately for each round, institute and course. While preparing the cutoff, the following factors related to the examination will be taken into consideration:
Total number of GUJCET 2020 applicants
Previous year cutoff trends
Number of available seats
Number of candidates who appeared for the exam
Difficulty level of GUJCET 2020
Highlights of GUJCET 2020 Cutoff
The authorities will use the cutoff of GUJCET 2020 as a screening process for admissions.
After every round of counselling of GUJCET 2020, the cutoff will be released by the authorities.
Using the previous year cutoffs, the candidates will be able to know their probable chances of admission into their preferred institute and course.
The opening and closing ranks for admission will be present in the cutoff.
GUJCET 2017 Percentile Rank
No. of Cand. A Group
No. of Cand. B Group
GUJCET Cutoff 2016
Previous Years’ GUJCET Statistics
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Questions related to GUJCET
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.
Is GUJCET necessary for a B.Sc in Computer Science?
No that is not a compulsory option to get admission in BSc courses. As most of the colleges give admission to BSc courses on the basis of 12th standard result and if you are qualifying the given cutoff of the respective college then you are eligible and can take admission in it. Although some colleges do prefer GUJCET cutoff so if you want to take admission in those then it is necessary to appear for the exam. IT solely depends on which college you choose.
Hope it helps.
Is there any risk if I go to round 2 in ACPC?
there will not be any risk but be careful while choosing your choice because by this your round 1 seat will be alloted to someone else and you will go for second round seat allotment
so you will losse your round 1 seat so be careful other than that there is no risk
How much I need to score in Gujarat Board and GUJCET Exam to get an admission at DAIICT?
DAIICT is a one of the premium institute of the Gujarat and it is a first choice of students so compition is is more here and you have to work hard than others to get an admission into the DAIICT.
There is no any particular formula by which we can tell how much marks needed for that,
But as per the previous year's cutoffs your Rank should be 300-400. So equivalently your marks in the boards should be greater than 90 in all subjects and total GUJCET score should be above 100 Marks.
All The Best.