GUJCET Result 2017 declared today @ gseb.org

by Jared Lewis May 28, 2017, 1:18
GUJCET Result 2017 declared today @ gseb.org

The official notification states that the GUJCET Result 2017 will be uploaded on GSHSEB Board's website i.e. gseb.org at 8 AM in the morning followed by the distribution of marksheets / scorecards at the respective schools from 10 AM to 4PM today. The exam has held to tack the admission for the courses of engineering, degree, and diploma pharmacy courses for the both medical and non-medical streams.

The result has been declared for a total of 138727 candidates who had appeared for the same. The Gujarat Secondary Education Board (GSEB) is authorized to conduct the examination and also to issue the results of GUJCET. Similarly, the common paper of Mathematics was taken by 66890 students.

Gujarat Common Entrance Test Results are declared on Tuesday midnight by GSEB Board. So GSHSEB needs to be credited for publishing Gujarat CET Result 2017 in a short period of time. A press release from the board said that the mark sheets will be distributed at the district's distribution centres from 10 am to 4 pm today.

The result can be accessed by logging on to the official websites. Students can download their GSEB GUJCET Result, cutoff marks, and merit list 2017 from the same website.

Log in by entering your registration details and click on submit to view your result. Save it for future reference.

Keep in mind to take a print of the scorelist for further reference or until the original marksheets are issued by the respective schools.


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