Goa CET 2020: GCET is also known as Goa Common Entrance Test. It will be conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Goa. It is a statelevel which is conducted in offline mode. Candidates who aspire to get admissions to Professional Degree courses in Engineering and Pharmacy, in the state government/aided engineering colleges of Goa stateshould clear this entrance exam.The board has released the application form of GCET 2020 from 25th March, 2020.The exam has been planned to be conducted on May 5 and 6, 2020. The admission of the candidates will be on the basis of their score in the entrance exam. Candidates applying for MBBS, BDS, BHMS (Homeopathy), BAMS (Ayurveda), Allied Health Sciences (Paramedical), & B.Sc. in Nursing courses have to qualify in NEET UG. This article will give detailed information such as Exam Dates, Application Form, Eligibility, Syllabus, Results and counselling process of this exam.
- Overview of GCET 2020
- GCET 2020: Eligibility Criteria
- What is the application process of GCET 2020?
- What is the examination fee for GCET 2020?
- What are the exam centres for GCET 2020?
- What is the examination pattern of GCET 2020?
- What is the exam syllabus for GCET 2020?
- What is the counselling process of GCET 2020?
- What are the important links of GCET 2020?
Overview of GCET 2020
|Name of the examination||Goa Common Entrance Test|
|Conducted by||Directorate of Technical Education (DTE)|
|Mode of application form||Online|
|Courses offered||Professional Degree courses in Engineering and Pharmacy|
|Type of questions||Multiple choice questions|
|Official website link||https://dte.goa.gov.in/|
GCET 2020: Eligibility Criteria
The Candidate should be of Indian national but Non-resident Indians holding Indian passport can also apply for seats reserved under NRI quota. The Candidates must have completed the age of 17 years on or before 31st December, 2020. The applicant should have passed 12th exam with Science as main subject or equivalent examination with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks. A relaxation of 10% marks is given for candidates belonging to reserved categories.
Important dates of GCET 2020
|Release of Application Form||25 March 2020|
|Last date to submit the form||30 March 2020|
|Last Date to submit theformwith late fee||26 April 2020|
|Exam Date||05 May (Physics & Chemistry) & 06 May 2020 (Mathematics)|
|Result announcement||15 May 2020|
|Application forms for Admission (FORM A/B/C)||16 May 2020|
|Last date for Admission (FORM A/B/C)||24 May 2020|
|Display of Eligibility List||06 June 2020|
|Last date for compliance||10 June 2020|
|Merit List announcement||12 June 2020|
|Final Merit List announcement||14 June 2020|
|First Round of Admission||17 – 21 June 2020|
|Second Round of Admission||15 – 17 July 2020|
|Third Round of Admission||09 – 13 August 2020|
What is the application process of GCET 2020?
Candidates can get the application form from the given official web site link https://dte.goa.gov.in/cad2020/gcetappform2020.pdf . The applicant should select “Form A” For applying to GCET based professional degree courses in Engineering & Pharmacy 2020-21. Application fee should be paid in the form of Demand draft favouring “Director of Technical Education” drawn on any Scheduled Bank. The application form should be duly filled and should be submitted along with the demand draft to the following address.
- Admission Committee,
- Directorate of Technical Education,
- Porvorim, Goa 403521
What is the examination fee for GCET 2020?
The exam fee for GCET 2020 is Rs.200/-. If the candidate has failed to pay the application fee on time, then the late fee of Rs.1500/- should be added to the payment.
What are the exam centres for GCET 2020?
What is the examination pattern of GCET 2020?
- Mode: Offline mode
- Duration of examination: 2 hours
- Number of Questions: 75
- Type of Questions: Multiple choice questions
- Marking Scheme: Every correct answer will carry one mark
- Negative Marking: No negative marking
- Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and English
What is the exam syllabus for GCET 2020?
Candidates should prepare themselves in the Syllabus prescribed by the Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education, Porvorim at the level of 10+2 exam.
|· Electrostatics and Current electricity|
|· Atoms and nuclei|
|· Magnetic effects of current and magnetism|
|· Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents|
|· Electromagnetic waves|
|· Dual nature of matter and radiation|
|· Electronic devices and Communication systems|
|· Relations and functions|
|· Vectors and three-dimensional geometry|
|· Linear programming|
- Solid stateSolutions
- Chemical kinetics
- Surface chemistry
- General principles and processes of isolation of elements
- P-block elements
- D and F block elements
- Coordination compounds
- Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
- Alcohols, phenols and ethers
- Aldehydes, Ketones and carboxylic acids
- Organic compounds containing nitrogen
What is the counselling process of GCET 2020?
The results will be announced on 15th May 2020. A merit list is prepared based on the candidate’s score in the entrance exam. This merit list is announced on 14th June, 2020 by the board in their official website. The candidates who are present in the final merit list should appear for counselling process along with their admit card, educational documents and passport size photos. The admission will be based on the merit list. After document verification, the board will announce the admission list for the seats.
|Official web site link||https://dte.goa.gov.in/|
|Application process link||https://dte.goa.gov.in/cad2020/gcetappform2020.pdf|
Frequently asked questions regarding GCET 2020
When is the GCET exam conducted?
The exam is conducted on 05 – 06 May 2020
What is the exam duration?
The exam duration will be 2 hours for each subject
What is the official web site link?
The official web site link is https://dte.goa.gov.in/
What is the mode for application?
The application form will be available in online mode.
What is the type of questions asked in the exam?
The type of questions asked is multiple choice questions.