Nupur Kaushik Updated On: 20 Aug, 2018 16:57 IST
GCET 2018 Result has been announced on 14th May, 2018. GCET 2018 Results are available on DTE’s official website and on DTE Notice Board. The result consists of the scores gained by the candidates in the examination. Individual score card shall not be issued to the candidates. Any change in GCET 2018 schedule will be disclosed in the four news papers of the State of Goa, which are Herald, Navhind Times, Tarun Bharat (Marathi) and Gomantak (Marathi).
Click on the link available on this page for accessing GCET 2018 Result.
A PDF will open where subject-wise scores have been provided.
Download the result and also save the same as a printed copy for future reference.
Candidates may also check their results by visiting the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) venue.
Candidate must remember their roll number to check their results on board.
Candidates can download their scorecard from the official website of Directorate of Technical Education.
The GCET 2018 result consists of the scores gained by the candidates in the examination.
There is no provision for issuing individual scorecard by Directorate of Technical Education.
GCET 2018 Scorecard is an important document that test takers must carry with them at the time of admission.
The provisional merit list for GCET 2018 is expected to be released on June 13 by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Goa. Once it is released on the official website of DTE-Goa, candidates who appeared for the exam will be able to access the GCET 2018 provisional merit list The GCET 2018 final merit list will be released on June 15, 2018. The GCET 2018 merit list is prepared based on GCET 2018 cut-offs.
The GCET provisional merit list will have candidates' GCET ranks and marks along with their class 12 board examination scores. Candidates must report to the concerned authorities within 24 hours in case of any discrepancy.
The minimum marks obtained by the candidates in GCET 2018 is the set cut-off for every term. It may vary institution-wise and discipline-wise. For admission in B.Tech courses, candidates have to score good marks. NATA and NEET candidates have to follow guidelines mentioned by the exam conducting body. Once the candidature is confirmed, students are allotted seats in colleges. It is important for candidates to know that the colleges cannot be changed once confirmed by the authorised body and by the candidate.
1. On what basis is the merit list prepared?
The merit list is based on aggregate marks of GCET in the subjects of Physics and Mathematics.
In case the above marks of two or more applicants are equal, applicant with more marks in GCET Mathematics is placed higher in the merit list.
In case the marks in Mathematics are also equal, applicant with more marks in GCET Chemistry is placed higher in the merit list.
In case the marks in GCET in Chemistry are also equal, applicant with more aggregate marks in Physics and Mathematics at the qualifying examination (Std.XII th) is placed higher in the merit list. In case of tie at this stage, applicant scoring more marks in Mathematics at the qualifying examination (Std.XIIth) is placed higher in the merit list. If all the above are also equal, then the applicant with older date of birth is placed higher in the order of merit.
2. For how long is the GCET score valid?
The GCET score is valid for just one year.