GUJCET 2014 online registration kicks off, booklets releasedApril 01, 2014
Ahmedabad, 1 April 2014
Gujarat Secondary Education Board(GSEB) has shared the details of change of schedule of Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET) 2014.
As per earlier statement issued by GSEB, GUJCET 2014 was to be conducted on 27th of April 2014, but now due to Lok Sabha general election polling on 30th April, the dates of GUCET 2014 are changed.
As per a new programme, GUJCET 2014 will be conducted at 34 places including headquarters of all 33 districts on 8 May 2014 at 11.00 am. If in any newly formed district the total number of GUJCET 2014 applicant is less than 100, the arrangement of exam will be shifted to old district headquarters.
Booklet and user ID-password for GUJCET 2014 will be distributed from 42 centers from 31st March 2014. PIN will be available in exchange of Rs. 250 demand draft. Online application option is open from 31st of March 2014. The last date of submitting online application is 15 April 2014.
The booklet and PIN will be distributed from Surat, Rajkot, Gandhinagar and Vadodara based centers till 15 April 2014.
GUJCET 2014 paper will have 120 objective questions based on Gujarat Board’s Science stream semester 3 and 4 course. GUJCET 2014 will be conducted as per OMR method.
For English booklet of GUJCET 2014 click here
For Gujarati booklet of GUJCET 2014 click here
Go direct to GSEB login page. Click here
The candidates who wish to appear in GUJCET-2014, have to apply online by filling in online application form, the candidate hast o get information booklet, User ID and Password from Board by payment of Rs. 250 by DD payable to “Secretary, Gujarat Common Entrance Test Cell, Gandhinagar”. It is advisable to study the instruction given in information booklet before making on-line registration. Online application form should be filled0in based on instruction given in the booklet.
Important phone numbers for inquiry:
GUJCET CELL: 079-65729149
Exam Secretary: 079-23253824
Assistant Secretary: 079-23220538
In case of any help on GUJCET 2014 online registration, the applicant can contact at 18002335500 between 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
UPDATE on 3rd April 2014
To register online for GUJCET 2014, students need to pay Rs. 250 and get a booklet on the basis of which pin number and password are filled during online registration. In short, without getting pin number and password through a booklet by paying Rs. 250, online registration of GUJCET 2014 is not possible. Some students have complained that the stock of booklets is finished and booklets are not available anymore. However the Examination board argues that it had printed 60,000 booklets while the approximate figure of those appearing in GUJCET 2014 is around 40,000, therefore there’s no question of shortage of booklets. The board had declared that booklet will be available from 42 centers, however actually it is available only from four centers as of now. From Wednesday, 2 April, GUJCET fee collection centres are reduced to four; One each at Gandhinagar, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot. All 42 centres were available to students just for April 1, though the last day for depositing fee is April 15. This means thousands of students from other districts will need to travel to these four places for GUJCET 2014 fee. The board says shortage of human resource is responsible for this decision.
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