GUJCET 2020 Latest News and Updates
GUJCET 2020 Latest News and Updates - Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) has announced the new exam date for GUJCET 2020. The exam will now be conducted on August 22. Previously, the authorities had released the hall ticket of GUJCET 2020 on March 16. The application process of GUJCET 2020 had ended on February 19. Here in this article, Careers360 presents the GUJCET 2020 Latest News and Updates through which candidates can check all the latest notifications released by the authorities. Thus, candidates can check this page to be updated with the latest news and updates related to GUJCET. Read the full article to know about the latest News and Updates of GUJCET 2020.
Latest: GUJCET 2020 to be conducted on August 22.
Important: GUJCET 2020 admit card to be released tentatively on August 12.
GUJCET 2020 Latest News and Updates
July 8, 2020 - GSEB has declared that GUJCET 2020 has been postponed. The exam will now be held on August 22, 2020. The hall ticket of GUJCET 2020 will be available tentatively on August 12.
May 20, 2020 - GSEB has announced that GUJCET 2020 exam will be conducted on July 30
March 19, 2020 - GSEB releases a notification stating that the entrance examination date is postponed. The examination will be held after April 15, 2020. New exam dates for GUJCET 2020 will be announced soon.
March 16, 2020 - GSEB releases GUJCET hall ticket 2020 for download. Candidates must enter their mobile number of email ID and date of birth or GUJCET 2020 application number to login and download it.
February 19, 2020- Last date to fill the application form with a late fee of Rs 1200 ended.
February 15, 2020- Last date to fill GUJCET application form without a late fee ended.
February 10, 2020 - The authorities further extended the last date to fill the GUJCET application form 2020 without late fee till February 15. Forms can be submitted with a late of Rs 1200 till February 19.
February 6, 2020- Last date to fill GUJCET 2020 application form extended till February 10.
January 21, 2020- GUJCET 2020 application form released on the official website with the last date to apply being February 5.
January 20, 2020- The authorities announced the application dates of GUJCET 2020. According to the notice, GUJCET 2020 application form was to be released on January 21 and the last date of application was February 5.
December 26, 2020- Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) announced that GUJCET 2020 will be conducted on March 31 as an offline test.
Questions related to GUJCET
how to prepare for gujcet and give some books tip and books name to solve which help in gujcet solving??
Follow the below tips to prepare well for your GUJCET :-
*Go through the syllabus of GUJCET first , your major focus should be on clearing concepts while going through the syllabus as good command over concepts is required to solve questions
Some of the top books which you can follow for the preparation of your GUJCET examination is provided below:-
*Concepts of physics Vol I and II by HC Verma
*Problems in General Physics by I.E Irodov
*Objective questions on physics by DC Pandey
*Maths XI and XII by RD Sharma
*Complete mathematics by TMH
*New pattern mathematics by Arihant publications
*Physical Chemistry by OP Tondon
*Numerical Chemistry by P Bahadur
*Organic chemistry by OP Tondon
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*Practice questions:- after finishing each chapter you should practice numericals and mcqs
*You should practise at least 80 to100 numericals and mcqs in Each chapter to master concepts so that you can solve numericals and MCQs easily
*Revise your concepts, important formulas etc at regular intervals, like once in a week or 15 days .
*Make routine or timetable :- you can make a routine as well and try to give at least 8 hours or more to study.
*Solve previous year questions of GUJCET
*once you are done with the complete syllabus go through mock test papers of GUJCET
how many gujcet marks will be good for pharm.d?
GUJCET is an offline pen and paper based exam conducted to provide admission to colleges in state of Gujarat. Candidates who have passed 12th exam are eligible to appear for GUJCET .The exam consists of 3 sections Physics, Chemistry and Math/Biology. The syllabus for GUJCET is as per the NCERT class 12 exam.
The cutoff for GUJCET exams is prepared by various admission committees of the state. 60% weightage is given to marks scored in 12th in PCM/PCMB and 40 % weightage to GUJCET.
Here are some quick tips for better preparation:
- stick to exam pattern provided by authority.
- practice and solve questions everyday.
- make timetable and study
- give each subject equal importance
- take time to relax as well
- make notes while studying to practice later.
As of now GUJCET pharmacy 2020 has been postponed .But new date will soon be notified.
stay safe and keep practicing.
All the best!
what will be the process of admission in colleges in Gujarat in b.Tech after governments decision that there will 5% seats reserved for JEE aspirants all over India including Gujarat in all colleges of Gujarat instead only gujcet
**As per recent update**
The Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) Gujarat conducts the Gujarat B.Tech admission process.
The admission process of all state universities and its affiliated colleges, all admissions except technical conducted by ACPC will start from June 15. Admissions on 90 per cent seats will be conducted while for the remaining 10 per cent, a separate admission process will be conducted after CBSE and other board results are announced in August.
For these 10 per cent seats, a separate merit list will be prepared.
For ACPC admissions, GUJCET will be conducted on July 30.
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Is gujcet for b pharm cancelled
Recently the GSEB, the organising authorities of GUJCET have released the new revised dates for GUJCET. It will be conducted on July 30, 2020 in offline mode. The results will be released by August , 2020 through online portal.
Please note that GUJCET for B.pharm is not cancelled. The admit cards for GUJCET 2020 will be released by July 20, 2020.
GUJCET score is accepted by 31 pharmacy colleges across the state of Gujarat.
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I have get 51% in gseb board and i have grace marks in chemistry . I get minimum percentage in board because in 12th science i am fully hospital situation. If i get 115 marks in gujcet exam ,so can i get admission in government engineering college in cs or IT branch? I am come in OBC category.
So, the admission process includes consideration of both boards and GUJCET. All the colleges acceptsadmission, on merit rule of 60:40.
60% weightage is given to 10+2 marks and 40% to the marks scored in GUJCET, and then the merit list is prepared.As you can see that 12th marks has more weightage and your marks are extremely low.
However if you can score 115 in GUJCET then it will be good but still it wont help you to fetch a government college.Although you can get into other good colleges and even if you will get government college then the branch will be the least preferred ones.
I hope this helps.