GCET Result 2020: Goa Common Entrance Test Exam Result 2020

The Directorate of Technical Education [DTE] Goa has geared up to disclose the GCET Result 2020 in June. The ambitious candidates who will take up the common entrance test can access the result from the official website. The contenders can check the exam result using vital details. The candidates need to preserve the login credentials to obtain the result. This post explains the process to access the result, tie-breaking rules, merit list, counselling and more. Have a look!

GCET Result 2020

The Government of Goa has started the Directorate of Technical Education in the year 1986. Every year, the directorate conducts the Common Entrance Test for the aspirants seeking to get admissions into various degree courses. This year, the officials of DTE Goa have planned to conduct the exams in May 2020. After the completion of the exams, the contenders will explore the web to access the GCET 2020 Result. On the official website of the conducting body, the candidates can check the entrance test result. The official website of DTE, Goa is dte.goa.gov.in. By visiting this official website, the candidates can find a direct link to the result.

GCET Result
GCET Result

The candidates who secured a qualifying mark in the test will be eligible for the next rounds of admission. The contenders must take a hardcopy of the GCET Result for using it at the time of the counselling session. The candidates can get admissions into various Engineering and Pharmacy courses based on the merit in the common entrance test. The details present on the result card of Goa CET 2020 include subject-wise marks, total score, roll number and more. The officials will disclose the result in online mode. Hence, the students can acquire Goa CET Result from the official website of the directorate. In this post, the candidates can get the detailed guide on how to access the entrance test result.

GCET 2020 Result Date

The Goa Common Entrance Test result can be accessed from the official website i.e., in online mode. Originally, the officials have scheduled to conduct the entrance test in the first week of May 2020. Due to the ongoing lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, the officials have postponed the exam schedule and the result date. The original schedule has been cancelled by the conducting body. However, the officials will release a revised schedule for conducting the test soon after lifting the lockdown. As per our assumption, the GCET 2020 exam result will be disclosed in June 2020. We expect the officials might announce the result on 24th June 2020. However, it is just the tentative release date of the GCET Result 2020. To know the exact exam schedule including the declaration date, just stay tuned to this website.

As mentioned earlier, the declaration date mentioned in this post is just the expected one. The officials will announce the actual schedule on the official website. Once we get an official confirmation, we update the same on this portal. The Goa CET Result plays a key role in providing admissions to the aspirants into various Engineering and Pharmacy courses. Based on the marks, the officials will publish a merit list post the result declaration. The merit list comprises the names of the candidates who secured the minimum qualifying score in the test. The contenders can check the list and proceed with the next step.

How to Check Goa CET Result?

It is very easy to obtain Goa CET Result from the official website of the directorate. The candidates can check the step-by-step procedure that enables the candidates to check the admission test result below:

  • At first, go to the official website of the Directorate of Technical Education [DTE] Goa i.e., at dte.goa.gov.in.
  • On the official website of the board, the candidates can find some of the latest news and notifications.
  • On that page, you can find some options. Click Admissions >> GCET Results.
  • Soon after tapping the option, the result PDF document displays on the monitor.
  • To find your roll number, you need to just press the keys Ctrl + F.
  • Enter your roll number in the provided space of Find window and hit the enter key.
  • Ensure that you have entered the roll number just mentioned in the GCET 2020 admit card.
  • Once the roll number is highlighted in the PDF document, you can check the score in the entrance test.
  • The GCET 2020 Result can be checked easily in this manner.
  • Take a hardcopy of the result for further reference.

GCET Tie Breaking Rules

When two candidates get an equal score in the entrance test, the tie-breaking criteria will be considered. Check the rules given below that are followed to resolve the tie between two candidates.

  • The initial preference is given to the candidate who secured highest marks in Mathematics.
  • The next preference is given to those who secured better marks in Chemistry.
  • If the tie still exists, the candidates who secured aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are considered.
  • The next one is considering the highest score in Class XII Mathematics of the candidates.
  • If all the aforementioned points couldn’t break the tie, the elder contender will be given preference.

GCET Merit List 2020

The names of the students who secured qualifying marks in the entrance test will be present in the Goa CET Merit List. Those candidates will get admission into various courses. The concerned authorities will provide admissions to the aspirants based on a few key factors. It includes the candidates’ qualifying status in the test, submission of Form A/B and acquiring a position in the eligibility list.

The officials will release a provisional and the final merit list on the website for Goa CET Admissions 2020. The candidates can check their rank obtained in the entrance test on the merit list. At the time of providing admission, the authorities will consider the candidates who secured the highest rank in the merit list. The candidates can access the merit list in a couple of ways. One is from the official website and the other provision is it is placed on the display at the Admission Center, DTE Goa.

At the time of preparing the merit list for Goa CET 2020 exam, the officials will consider the courses. Based on the courses, the merit list preparation will vary. For the MBBS, BDS, BAMS and BHMS courses, the NEET UG 2020 score is considered whilst preparing the merit list. For admissions into various degree courses in architecture, the candidate’s NATA 2020 score is considered. For providing admissions into technical courses, the GCET 2020 score is considered by the authorities. For each course, the officials will release a separate merit list. That particular list will be made available to the contenders either online or offline. The candidates can check the list at the admission centres.

Goa CET Counselling 2020

The candidates who obtained their GCET Result can proceed to the next round of admissions. It is nothing but the counselling session. During the counselling process, the contenders must carry some of the vital documents [both original and attested copies]. The candidates have a facility to select a seat based on their merit in the test. The officials will provide admission to the candidates only after the document verification and fee payment.

The candidates must make sure that they have submitted the originals of the documents during the verification process. Once the admission process is wrapped up, the candidates must report at the college before the due date. After reporting, they need to take the acknowledgement slip from the officials. If the candidates don’t do that, the allotted institute and seat will be cancelled.

That’s all! This is everything you need to understand about GCET Result 2020. We hope this guide has given adequate details about the results, counselling session, seat allotment and more. If you are still having doubts on this topic, just drop them in the comments section. Stay tuned to this website to get the latest updates about various exams, results and more. To get the notifications about the latest news, bookmark our website – KVPY.ORG.IN.

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