Will Coronavirus outbreak affect GCET 2020?
NEW DELHI - There is too much buzz around the world at this time due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak. The cases are drastically multiplying and the death toll is also increasing day by day.
The Directorate of Technical Education, Goa has recently announced the suspension of regular classes in all educational institutes under the purview of DTE Goa till March 31. Many events across the world are being postponed so as to avoid the crowds and restrict the scope for spread of coronavirus.
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As the authorities have scheduled the conduct of Goa Common Entrance Test- GCET 2020 on May 5 and 6 in offline mode, there is a confusion as to whether the exam will be held on the stipulated date. However, in it’s recent notification, DTE has made it clear that “all the scheduled examinations should not be cancelled and shall be held as per schedule.”
Thus, for now, the exam will be conducted on the stipulated date and time. Yet, if the Coronavirus outbreak across India is not mitigated by then and the authorities decide something in that concern, the same will be notified on the official website.
The GCET application form 2020 is available and submissions are allowed between March 26 and April 1 without payment of late fee.
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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??
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