Name of the Organisation : Directorate of Technical Education, Goa
Type of Announcement : Rules For Goa Common Entrance Test
Entrance Exam : GCET-2015 (Goa Common Entrance Test)
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Rules For Goa Common Entrance Test : https://www.entrance.net.in/uploads/359-gcet2015.pdf
Home Page : http://dtegoa.gov.in/
Rules For Goa Common Entrance Test :
3.01 The Directorate of Technical Education, Government of Goa shall conduct Goa Common Entrance Test 2015 (GCET-15) for admissions to Professional Degree courses in Medical, Dental, Engineering, Pharmacy, Homeopathy, Allied Health Sciences and Nursing (at Institute of Nursing Education)in the State of Goa, for the academic year 2015-16. Admissions to Degree course in Architecture shall be on the basis of NATA as per details given under eligibility.
3.02 This prospectus is uploaded on website: www.dtegoa.gov.in of the Directorate of Technical Education.
3.03 Applicants shall download, print and submit application form for GCET-2015(Form A), at notified locations as per Centre opted, on specified dates, along with application fee of Rs. 1500/- payable vide demand draft drawn in favour of “Director of Technical Education” at Panaji – Goa, on any Scheduled Bank, and three identical photographs as indicated, and other relevant certificates (self attested photo copies), to obtain the Photo-Admit Card, from the Admission Committee. Admit cards will be issued only to candidates in person. Applicants shall ensure that the validity of the Demand Draft is atleast 3 months from the date of issue. 3.04 All candidates desirous of seeking admissions to Professional Degree courses in Medicine, Dentistry, Engineering, Pharmacy, Homoeopathy, Allied Health Sciences and Nursing (at Institute of Nursing Education) in the colleges within the State of Goa (Except AIQ & GOI) during the academic session 2015-2016, must appear and have a valid score in GCET-15, and should fulfil other eligibility criteria for admission as given in this prospectus. Merit list for these courses shall be based only on GCET-15 score.
3.05 All candidates desirous of seeking admissions to Degree Courses in Architecture must appear and have a valid score in National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA), conducted on-line by Council of Architecture, and should fulfil other eligibility criteria for admission as given in this prospectus. Details of the test and centres are available on website of Council of Architecture.
3.06 Candidates who have already passed/have appeared, or are appearing at HSSC (Std. XIIth Science) or equivalent examination, before the start of the academic session, are eligible to appear at GCET–15.
3.07 This Prospectus includes following documents/information:
a) Application Form (A) for GCET-15,
b) Application Form (B) for Admission to all the courses mentioned in this prospectus,
c) Syllabus for GCET-15 in all subjects, (Refer Annexure II)
d) A sample Objective Response Sheet (ORS).
3.08 The applicant should submit the Application Form (A) for GCET-15 in person at the notified Application Reception Centre as per centre opted, along with a DD of Rs. 1500/- payable in favour PROSPECTUS FOR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE COURSES 2015-16 9 DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, ALTO, PORVORIM – GOA, 403521 of “Director of Technical Education” at Panaji, and three identical photographs as indicated, and obtain the Photo-Admit Card, from the Admission Committee, on the same day.
3.09 Incomplete Application Forms shall not be accepted. Application Form for GCET-15 shall not be accepted by post or through messenger. Forms shall be accepted with additional Late Fee of Rs. 1000/- till scheduled date (30-04-2015). Forms shall not be accepted after the last date of submission mentioned in the prospectus.
3.10 For important dates in the schedule of GCET-15, refer inner side of front cover of this prospectus.
3.11 Candidates are permitted to appear only for the subjects, which they have studied and registered for, at H.S.S.C. examination.
3.12 The Goa Common Entrance Test–2015 shall be held as per following schedule.
Subject | Day & Date | Time Duration :
Physics Tuesday, 05.05.15 10.00 to 12.00 hrs Two hours
Chemistry Tuesday, 05.05.15 14.00 to 16.00 hrs Two hours
Mathematics Wednesday, 06.05.15 10.00 to 12.00 hrs Two hours
Biology Wednesday, 06.05.15 14.00 to 16.00 hrs Two hours
3.13 The code for centre preferred should be correctly entered on the application form. Any request for change in choice of papers and/or centre selected/allotted shall not be entertained after issue of the Admit Card. Depending on availability of accommodation at the centres, PROSPECTUS FOR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE COURSES 2015-16 10 DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, ALTO, PORVORIM – GOA, 403521 Admission Committee shall allot the examination centre, which shall be binding on the candidate. Allotment of Centre to applicants submitting forms (with late fees) shall be done by the Admission Committee.
3.14 GCET-15 shall be based on the syllabus prescribed by the Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education, Porvorim, for Standard XIIth (Science) examination for the current year in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology (Refer Annexure II).
3.15 Candidates must produce ‘Photo Admit Cards’ for appearing in the test at the designated centre. Candidates shall be seated in the examination hall at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start of the paper.
3.16 No candidate shall be allowed to enter the examination hall after 30 minutes from the start of the Test and no candidate shall be permitted to leave the examination hall until the scheduled duration of the Test is completed and all the answer sheets collected by the invigilators.
3.17 Mobile phones, pagers, calculators and other electronic gadgets are not allowed inside the Examination Hall.
3.18 Any use of unfair means and acts of indiscipline on part of the candidate shall be severely punished.
3.19 An Objective Response Sheet (ORS), shall be used as the answer sheet, sample format of which is given at Annexure II of this Prospectus. Candidates should go through the instructions printed on the sample ORS and get familiar with its usage.
3.20 Each paper will consist of 75 (Seventy Five) questions to be answered in two hours. (One hundred & twenty minutes).
3.21 Each question shall have four choices for answers, out of which only one shall be correct.
3.22 Correct answer shall carry one mark for each question. There will be no negative marking for wrong/multiple answers.
3.23 Results will be available on website and on Notice Board at DTE. No individual score card shall be issued. Any change in schedule will be notified in designated newspapers.
3.24 Since candidates are permitted to retain copy of the ORS, and ORS are machine evaluated electronically, with extreme care and scrutinized, there is no provision for verification/revaluation. No correspondence in this regard will be entertained.
3.25 In case there is any change in schedule of operations of GCET-15, the same shall be notified in the designated newspapers. Telephonic enquiries should be avoided, as the candidates themselves will be responsible if the information received by them on telephone proves to be incorrect.