The Gujarat Secondary and Tertiary Education Board (GSEB) has released the GUJET 2022 Application Form today. The GUJCET exam is a gateway for admission into various engineering and pharmacy courses offered by the institutes in Gujarat. Candidates can register on the jury’s official website at gujcet.gseb.org.
The council has yet to release the date of the examination, which may be affected due to the COVID situation in the country. Applicants who are domiciled in Gujrat and have passed or appeared in the class 12 exam are eligible to apply.
Applicants are required to pay an application fee of Rs 300 for GUJCET 2022 and they can be paid by net banking, debit card or credit card or can also pay using SBIe-Pay option “SBI Branch Payment” in any SBI branch in the country.
Three things to keep in mind when filling the GUJCET 2022 application form
#1. The board has defined the details of the hardware required for GUJCET 2022. It should have a:
— Screen resolution of 1024*768 pixels
— Minimum RAM of 1 GB. Recommended is 2 GB
— Availability of 1 GB of disk space
— Minimum Intel® Core™ i3 processor (4 MB cache, 2.93 GHz) or higher
#2. The photographs that the applicant would upload should be uploaded in the form are scanned copies including that of the photo and signature. Both must be in .jpg/.jpeg format and the size must be between 5kb and 5kb with an approximate dimension of 120px X 120px.
#3. Candidates are recommended to keep all required documents at hand. Scanned image of photograph and signature, class 10 and 12 mark sheets, residence certificate, proof of identity (aadhar card), income certificate and other documents required while filling the application form.
The Gujarat Common Entrance Test is a state-level examination held annually by the GSEB. The exam is organized for candidates who aspire to take engineering and pharmacy courses in the state colleges of Gujarat. The exam is conducted in offline mode and the quiz consists of questions related to biology or math, physics and chemistry. Candidates have 180 minutes to solve a total of 120 multiple-choice questions. Each question is worth 1 point and 0.25 points are deducted for each wrong answer.