GCET (Goa CET)- The Definitive Guide

GCET or Goa Common Entrance Test is a test conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Government of Goa for admissions to professional undergraduate degree courses like MBBS, BDS, B.Pharm and B.E. Based on GCET score the admission is offered to various government and private colleges.


| GCET Snapshot

ExamGCET 2015
Mode of ExamOffline: Pen and Paper
Courses Applicable ForMBBS, B.D.S and B.E.
LanguageEnglish
Registration Begins (For GCET 2015)March 23, 2015
Registration Deadline (For GCET 2015)April 1, 2015
Exam DateMay 5 and May 6, 2015
Application FeeRs. 1500
Duration2 Hours for each paper
Sections1. Physics 2. Chemistry 3. Mathematics/ Biology
Accepted ByMedical and Engineering Colleges of Goa


| GCET Eligibility

1. Candidates must have passed 10+2 or equivalent from any recognized board.
2. Candidates appearing for the qualifying exam this year are also eligible to apply.
3. There are no age restrictions for the GCET.
4. Candidates appearing for MBBS test must be minimum 17 years of age.


| GCET Application Process

  • The application form (Form A) is to be downloaded from the official website.
  • Application form is to be filled by the candidate correctly.
  • Candidates can submit the fees through demand drafts.

| GCET Associate Colleges

GCET score is accepted by medical and engineering colleges of Goa.
Medical Colleges:

  • Goa Medical College
  • Goa Dental College & Hospital
  • Shri Kamaxidevi Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital

Engineering Colleges:

  • Goa College of Engineering
  • Padre Conceicao College of Engineering
  • Shree Rayeshwar Institute of Engineering
  • Don Bosco College Of Engineering
  • Angel Institute of Technology
  • Goa College of Architecture

| Exam Pattern

Question Types: The GCET is a objective multiple choice question based test. Each question will have 4 alternate answers out of which only 1 is correct.
Duration: 2 Hours for each paper
Marking Scheme: 1 Mark will be awarded for every correct answer. There is no negative marking.
Sections: The paper consists of 3 sections:
1. Physics
2. Chemistry
3. Mathematics/ Biology

SectionDate of ExamNumber of Questions
PhysicsMay 5, 201575
ChemistryMay 5, 201575
BiologyMay 6, 201575
MathematicsMay 6, 201575


| Syllabus

The paper will be based on syllabus of Class XI and class XII from CBSE and state boards. Detailed syllabus is provided on the official website.


| Sample Papers

Sample Papers can be obtained from here.


| Coaching Institutes for GCET

You can check out Coaching Adda for the best coaching institutes for GCET in your city.


| Result

You can check your GCET result on the official website.

Author: Priyanshu Rajput

Hi, I'm a graduate from Delhi University with a passion for writing and education! Looking to help as many people as possible.

Share This Post On

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *