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Gujarat Secondary And Higher Secondary Education Board will be conducted GujCET 2018 in the month of May 2018. The exam will be held offline consisting of three papers – Physics-Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics. There will be a 1 hour gap between each of the papers, and depending upon the group (Engineering / Pharmacy), candidates will be appeared for the exam. Marks obtained in Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET) 2018 along with percentile marks in relevant subjects of qualifying exam forms the basis for merit list preparation. GSHSEB / GSEB has declare result of GujCET 2018 online.

GUJCET 2018 Result

GSEB will be announced the result of GUJCET 2018 at gujcet.gseb.org or gseb.org. It will be announced tentatively in the month of May 2018. The candidates can check it from the link provided below. The Rank Card of GUJCET 2018 will also available for download. It can also be downloaded from the below-given link.

The Result of GUJCET 2018 will be announced after the exam. Candidates may check it from the link below. However, if there is any difficulty in checking the result, leave a comment below.

How to check GujCET 2018 Result?

In order to check the result, the candidates will have to enter login credentials, i.e seat number.. The following steps will be followed to check the result of GUJCET 2018.

Step 1 – Open the page for GujCET 2018 Result at official website by clicking on the link provided below.

  • Link to Check GUJCET 2018 Result will be available here.

Step 2 – It will lead to window, as shown below.

Step 3 – Enter seat number of 6 digits. Click go button.

Step 4 – Check your result.

This is how your GUJCET Result will Appear

Merit List

The counselling brochures of engineering and pharmacy both will be released after the declartion of result. They clearly state the method of merit list compilation. Since it is a matter of great importance, it has been quoted verbose from the brochures below.

Engineering

The merit list of the candidates who have applied for admission in the manner prescribed by the Admission Committee, within the prescribed time limit and who are found eligible for admission under admission rules time to time, shall be prepared in the following manner, namely:-

(1) For the candidates who have passed the Qualifying Examination from the Boards mentioned in Eligibility criteria above, sum of sixty percentage weightage of the percentile marks obtained in the theory subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) and forty percentage weightage of the percentile marks obtained in the GUJCET shall be the merit marks:

Provided that if percentile marks are not available from any of the Boards mentioned in eligibility criteria, two separate merit lists shall be prepared namely :-

(i) The first merit list shall include the candidates who have passed the Qualifying Examination from the Boards for which the percentile marks are available. The merit list shall be prepared with sixty percentage weightage of the percentile marks obtained in the theory subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) combined with forty percentage weightage of the percentile marks obtained in the GUJCET.

(ii) The second merit list shall include the candidates who have passed the Qualifying Examination from the Boards for which the percentile marks are not available. This shall be based on sixty percentage weightage of marks obtained in theory of the subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) after converting it to 100 combined with the forty percentage weightage of the percentile marks obtained in the GUJCET.

Tie Breaking

The criteria for deciding merit order in case of candidates having equal merit marks shall be based on the percentage of marks obtained in the Qualifying Examination in the following sequence, namely:-

(a) Mathematics and Physics

(b) Mathematics and Chemistry

(c) Physics and Chemistry

(d) Mathematics

(e) Physics

(f) Chemistry

(g) English

(h) Aggregate marks

Pharmacy

The merit list of the candidates who have applied for admission in the manner prescribed by the Admission Committee, within the prescribed time limit and who are found eligible for admission under these rules, shall be prepared in the following manner, namely:-

(1) For the candidates who have passed the qualifying examination from any of the Boards mentioned eligibility criteria above, sum of sixty percent weightage of the percentile marks obtained in the theory subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathematics) and forty percent weightage of the percentile marks obtained in same subjects of the GUJCET shall be the merit marks:

Provided that if percentile marks are not available from any of the Boards mentioned in eligibility criteria, two separate merit lists shall be prepared namely:-

(i) The first merit list shall include the candidates who have passed the qualifying examination from the Boards for which the percentile marks are available. The merit list shall be prepared with sixty percent weightage of the percentile marks obtained in the theory subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathematics) combined with forty percent weightage of the percentile marks obtained in same subjects of the GUJCET.

(ii) The second merit list shall include the candidates who have passed the qualifying examination from the Boards for which the percentile marks are not available. This shall be based on sixty percent weightage of marks obtained in theory of the subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathematics) after converting it to 100 combined with the forty percentage weightage of the percentile marks obtained in the GUJCET.

Tie Breaking

The criteria for deciding merit order in case of candidates having equal merit marks shall be based on the percentage of marks obtained in the qualifying examination in following sequence, namely:-

(a) Mathematics/ Biology and Physics

(b) Mathematics/ Biology and Chemistry

(c) Physics and Chemistry

(d) Mathematics / Biology

(e) Physics

(f) Chemistry

(g) English

(h) Aggregate marks

Result Statistics

Exam conducting body has published statistics of the Gujarat Common Entrance Test. They can be seen below.

Percentile rank and the candidate data

Percentile Rank No. of Candidates in A Group No. of Candidates in B. Group
Above 99 665 662
Above 98 1340 1312
Above 96 2712 2656
Above 92 5351 5293
Above 90 6700 6560
Above 85 10069 9918
Above 80 13410 13237
Above 75 16826 16542
Above 70 20236 19850
Above 65 23474 23392
Above 50 34113 33001
Above 40 40715 39624
Above 30 47849 46754
Above 20 53761 53047
Above 00 66849 65917

Candidates Registered and Appeared Data


GUJCET Result 2017

GUJCET Result

GUJCET Result

GUJCET 2017 Result

Exam Analysis

The exam will be held based on Semester 3 and Semester 4 syllabus. An analysis of GUJCET 2018 is prepared on the basis of feedback from students and education experts. You can read it below to know what the exam was like.

Exam timings – The exam took place in 3 parts. First the paper for Physics and Chemistry was done from 10 am to 12 noon. Then there was a break followed by paper for Biology from 1 pm to 2 pm. After that again there was a break after which there was paper for Mathematics from 3 pm to 4 pm. Students belonging to PCM group appeared in the first and third paper, those in PCB group appeared in first and second paper. Those in PCMB group appeared for all three papers.

Syllabus – Information brochure provided by GSHSEB mentioned that questions were to be from sem 3 and 4. However, some questions appeared to be from class 11 also, like 1 question in Chemistry, 2 in Mathematics. In physics there were 4 questions from text book, 10 related to text book, 10 SLP, and 8 related to SLP, 4 questions were theory based, and 4 were miscellaneous. Division of questions between semester 3 and 4 was around 19 and 21 respectively.

Mathematics paper – Students have said that maths paper was lengthy. An average student might have attempted around 75% of the paper.

Chemistry paper – There were mixed reactions to this paper. It could have been tough for many students.

Overall the paper was as expected and there were few surprises.

GUJCET 2018 Cutoff

The conducting body will determine a cutoff. It will be the minimum marks which must be secured by the candidates in order to qualify. The cutoff will be announced with the GUJCET 2018 Result.

Counselling

The key dates for GujCET Counselling 2018 (for BE) will be as follows. Dates for ACPC for courses other than BE, or changes to schedule below may be referred to from ACPC website.

Activities Dates
Distribution of information booklets with PIN from designated branches of Bank May – Jun 2018
Online Registration & submission of filled Registration form with necessary documents at Help Centers Jun 2018
Finalisation of Seat Matrix Jun 2018
Declaration of Provisional Merit List Jun 2018
Choice Filling for Mock Round Jun 2018
Declaration of Result of Mock Round Jun 2018
Declaration of Final Merit List Jun 2018
Final list of Institutes and Seat Matrix Jun 2018
Filling & Alteration of choices by the candidates for actual Admission: Round-1 Jun – Jul 2018
Declaration of First Allotment List Jul 2018
Deposition of Tuition Fees in the Bank and online generation of admission slip Jul 2018
Display of vacancy after Round-1 Jul 2018
Online Cancellation of Admission Jul 2018
Consent for Reshuffling and alteration of choices if any: Round-2 Jul 2018
Declaration of Second Allotment List Jul 2018
Deposition of Tuition Fees in the Bank and online generation of admission slip Jul 2018
Online Cancellation of Admission Jul 2018
Display of Vacancy after Round-2 Jul 2018
Commencement of Academic Term Jul 2018

Candidates may ask their queries regarding GUJCET Result 2018 in the comment section below.

GUJCET Complete Information

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