GUJCET Exams 2018: Answer Keys Released
The answer keys of the Gujarat Common Entrance Test GUJCET 2018 examinations have been released at gujcet.gseb.org. The students who appeared for the exam have been provided with the answer key in case they would want to raise objections. The objections can be raised and presented till a last date of April 29 till 05:00 pm. A prescribed format will be available on the official website for the same. Students are to fill out the forms and email their objections (if any) to the concerned authorities. For each objection, the student will be required to pay Rs. 500 through challan. Along with the objection/challenge, the GUJCET candidates have to submit documentary proof to sustain their claim. The release date of the final answer keys of GUJCET 2018 is not out yet.
After the examination concluded on Monday, April 23, GHSEB chairman A J Shah told The Indian Express that the answer keys would be uploaded in a day or two. He added that the GUJCET exam was conducted peacefully without any incidents of malpractices from any centre. All the candidates who had appeared for the examinations can check the answer keys on the official website. Over 1.35 lakh candidates took the Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET) exam 2018 at 34 centres across the state of Gujarat.
Nearly 350 candidates appeared for all the four exams of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics, for admissions to engineering and medical courses. In the first session comprising of Physics and Chemistry, which was conducted from 10 am to 12 noon, 1,34,979 students appeared for the exam out of a total of 1,36,498 applications. Around 73,171 students contested in the second session of the test, on Biology, out of 74,048 candidates. In the last session which was Mathematics, out of the 62,761 registered candidates, only 61,981 took the exam.
From 2017, the state government made GujCET compulsory for admissions in engineering, pharmacy and diploma courses. Last year, out of 1.34 lakh registered candidates, 1.32 lakh appeared for Physics and Chemistry examination which was a combined paper while for students wanting admissions into pharmacy colleges, 67,963 students appeared in Biology out of the total 68,983 who registered. For the Mathematics exam 66890 students appeared out of the 67,814 who registered.