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GUJCET 2025 Exam Date

Jun 29, 2024 by Admin
GUJCET 2025 Exam Date

The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, Gandhinagar, will conduct the GUJCET 2025 on March 31, 2025. At the state level, the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, Gandhinagar, conducts GCET, a common entrance test. It organizes this exam for A, B, and AB group candidates in the HSC Science Stream, to grant Admission to Engineering courses. As a result, every student will, without fail, secure admission to various government and private colleges in the Gujarat State through this exam. The GUJCET 2025 application form will be available on 3 January 2025. Whereas, GUJCET 2025 Registration's last date is February 2, 2025.

GUJCET 2025: Important Dates

GSEB is yet to announce the official GUJCET exam date 2025 on its website. However, tentative dates are available. Candidates should know the GUJCET 2025 registration dates, admit card dates, and so on. Given below are the important dates for GUJCET:


Dates (Tentative)

The GUJCET 2025 Application Process starts

3 January 2025

Last date to apply for GUJCET 2025

2 February 2025

Admit card

23 March 2025

GUJCET 2025 exam date

31 March 2025

Answer key

4 April 2025

Result date

11 April 2025

Counseling start date

April last week 2025

GUJCET 2025 Eligibility Criteria

The GUJCET eligibility criteria are the basic standards that the candidate needs to meet to get ready to take the test. The constituents of GUJCET are education, qualification, age, etc. The competent authorities of GSEB upload the eligibility criteria for GUJCET on their website.

  • Nationality: The student must be of Indian origin and he/she should be an Indian citizen.
  • Age criteria: Whether the majority of participants are of a certain age or whether they were of a certain age when they developed their difficulties, the presence of an age factor seems to be irrelevant.
  • Educational Qualification: The candidate must have appeared in the 10+ 2 examination or any equivalent examination, with physics and mathematics as compulsory subjects. The candidate can also choose from chemistry, biology, computer science, or vocational courses are also available to the candidate as a choice of subjects. A candidate must have passed the 10+2 or equivalent examination with a minimum of 45% (40% for reserved categories) marks.
  • Domicile: The candidate should be of Indian origin and born in Gujarat. The candidate must have passed the 10+2 examination from any school in Gujarat state. The candidate's parents must be from Gujarat and reside there at the time they apply for the specific course.

GUJCET 2025 Application Form

Students must complete the GUJCET registration through an online procedure. The following are some details related to the GUJCET 2025 application form:

  • It is anticipated that the specific application form will be submitted in the first week of January 2025.
  • Candidates must fill out an application form with their basic information, such as their name, phone number, email address, etc.
  • Enter the required dimensions and formats for the photograph and the uploaded signature images.
  • Due to a lack of authority for correction, students should neatly unfold the application form and avoid errors.
  • The deadline for the application form is the fourth week of January 2025, but there will be a late fee.
  • Candidates should also keep a photocopy of the filled-out application for future use, which is also important.

GUJCET 2025 Application Fee:

  • The examination fee will only be INR 350 per candidate. 
  • You can only pay the GUJCET application fee online.
  • Students will be able to deposit an application fee through the SBIePay system using a credit card, debit card, or net banking.

Below is a list of the steps to apply for GUJCET 2025

Step 1: Visit its GUJCET official website; the link is provided above.

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the “Registration” link and then fill in the following information: student name, guardian name, etc.

Step 3: Now, log in with the options of the mobile number, password, and captcha code.

Step 4: Choose the most convenient method of payment for the examination fee.

Step 5: Complete this application by providing all of the requested information in the application form.

Step 6: You have to upload the scanned images of the required documents in the format and size prescribed.

Step 7: Before submitting the complete form, it is advisable to read the application form to get a preview of what you are doing.

Step 8: After filling out the data, click the "Submit" button to display a confirmation page on the screen.

Step 9: Print out the GUJCET application form and keep it for future use.

Correction to the GUJCET 2025 Application form

  • Your GUJCET registration form can be changed after the application process.
  • There is a window where you can change your GUJCET entry form.
  • People who want to make changes can find the form on the official website and send it by mail or in-person to the GUJCET Cell in Gandhinagar by the due date.
  • Here is the address where you can send the GUJCET correction form:
  • The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board is located at Sector 10 B, adjacent to Old Sachivalay, Gandhinagar 382010. GUJCET CELL, Deputy Director (Science Stream).

GUJCET Exam Pattern 2025

Before beginning to prepare for the entrance examination, candidates need to know the GUJCET exam pattern. The format of the GUJCET exam includes the total marks of the examination, duration of the test, total questions, pattern of marking, and so on. The GUJCET 2025 publishing authority will release the paper pattern on its official website. Until then, candidates can review the previous year's GUJCET exam pattern. 

  • The time available for GUJCET completion is 3 hours.
  • The exam will only have MCQs, and no descriptive or essay questions.
  • There will be forty questions in each topic, for a total of one hundred and twenty for the GUJCET 2025 Syllabus.
  • Each correct answer will receive a score of 1, whereas there is a GUJCET negative marking. The provision penalizes failures by reducing 25 marks for questions that follow a wrong answer.