GCET Exam Centres 2020: Candidates who are going to have the GCET exam must be aware of the exam centre. GCET Test Centre is a place where the GCET Goa Exam will be held. Hence candidates appearing for the exam must know which all place in Goa is going to have the GCET centres for the exam. Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Goa is responsible for conducting the exam in the state peacefully. There are 14 centres in which the exam will take place. Candidates who are going to have the exam must choose any two centre from the given option as per their preference. Candidates have to put the centre code while filling the GCET Application Form.
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List Of GCET Exam Centres 2020
DTE, Goa is the authorised body which conducts the Goa Common Entrance Test in Goa. Candidates as per the preference and convenience must choose the exam centre. They can select any two exam centres while apply for the GCET 2020. Here is the list of the exam centre along with the centre code and venue. Thus the table gives a clear picture of the exam centres and venue which will be helpful for the students in the selection process.
|Exam Centre||Centre Code||Exam Venue|
|Tiswadi Cujira (Bambolim)||10||Dhempe Higher Secondary School of Arts & Science|
|Panaji||11||Goa College of Pharmacy|
|Verna||12||Fr. Agnel Multipurpose Hr. Secondary School|
|Navelim||13||Rosary College/Higher Secondary School of Arts & Commerce|
|Vasco||14||Deep Vihar High School|
|Mapusa||15||Purushottam Walawalkar Higher Secondary School|
|Ponda 1||16||A.J. De Almeida High School|
|Ponda (Farmagudi)||17||G. V. Ms. Smt. N. J. Aguiar Higher Secondary School|
|Bicholim||18||Narayan Zantye College of Commerce|
|Curchorem||19||Smt. Chandrabhaga T. Naik Higher Secondary School|
|Porvorim||20||Vidya Prabodhini Higher Secondary School|
|Assagao||21||DM’s PVS Sarojini M. Kushe Higher Secondary School|
|Sanquelim||22||Govt. Higher Secondary School|
|Cuncolim||23||Maria Bambina Higher Secondary School|
|Dharbandora||24||BBSS, Vishweshwar Shankar Higher Secondary School|
Goa CET Exam Paper 2020
Goa CET Exam will consist of three papers of the subject Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. Candidates must know the exam pattern if they are taking the Goa Common Entrance Test 2020. There will be total of 225 questions of 225 marks. Each section will consist of 75 questions. There is no negative marking on the wrong answer and correct answer will fetch the +1 marks to the students. So look into the table given below in order to know the exam pattern of GCET 2020.
GCET Exam Timing 2020
It is very important to know when and where the exam is going to take place. So, aspirants must know about the exam time table. It must be noted that all three paper is not conducted on the same day. The exam takes place for 2 day in the same month, back to back. There is no gap between the days. Physics and Chemistry are held in one day and mathematics take place on the other day. So candidates must be aware of these facts if they are appearing for the GCET exam.
|Physics||May 2020 ( On the same day )||10 am- 12 pm|
|Chemistry||2 pm -4 pm|
|Mathematics||May 2020 ( Next Day||10 am -12 pm|
So taking all the subject together there will be a total of 6 hrs exam. The exam will be held offline so don’t forget to read the instructions given in the GCET Admit card.
Important Instructions About GCET Test Centres 2020
- Candidates who are going to give the exam must reach the examination centre an hour before the commencement of the exam as mentioned on GCET 2020 admit card.
- DTE, Goa may increase the number of examination centres for GCET 2020 as per the requirement.
- Candidates must choose the examination centre nearest to them to avoid any kind of uncertainty.
- If there are very few applicants in a particular centre then DTE has the authority to change the examination centre and the new centre will be allotted according to the preference of the candidates.
- If changes happen or other kinds of situation arises then the Directorate of Technical Education, Goa will inform the candidates. It may either be in the form of text or through notice.