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GCET 2015: Download Your Admit Cards Now!
The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) has published the admit cards for the Goa Common Entrance Test (GCET-2015) for admission into professional course such as BHMS, MBBS, BDS, B.E and B.Pharm. Candidates who have signed up for GCET 2015 can start downloading their admit cards at the earliest !
Steps to Download:
Visit the official website of DTE Goa- Click Here!
Click on the GCET Admit Card
Enter Application Number, Date of Birth and other necessary details
You’ll be redirected to the Admit Card Page
Download and take a print out for future references
It is compulsory for candidates to bring their admit card at the examination centre as they will not be allowed to enter the hall and write the paper without it. It is also necessary for applicants to carry an ID proof for verification purposes.
Total duration of GCET 2015 will be 2 hours. Questions will be asked from four subjects namely; Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology. There will be a total of 75 multiple choice questions each carrying I mark. Students can note that there will be no provision of negative marking.
Candidates will be selected on the basis of their marks obtained in the GCET 2015. They must secure at least 50% aggregate (40% for SC/ST/OBC, & 45% for PH in MBBS and BDS course) in Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects.
The Goa Common Entrance Test (GCET) is a state-level exam conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) for admission to various institutions located in Goa state, and for various UG courses in the field of Medical, Engineering, Architecture, Technology and Homeopathy. The test dates are given below;
Physics Paper will be held in May 5, 2015 in morning session i.e. 10pm to 12pm
Chemistry Paper will be conducted on May 5, 2015 in afternoon session i.e. 2pm to 4pm.
Mathematics Paper will take place on May 6, 2016 in morning time i.e. 10am to 12pm.
Biology Paper will be conducted on May 6, 2015 from 2pm to 4pm
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