GUJCET 2023 Exam Dates

Gujarat Common Entrance Test or GUJCET exam date has been announced by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB).  The exam comprises subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology. For Bachelors in Engineering and Technology, candidates should attempt the Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics sections. For Bachelors in Pharmacy, candidates should attempt Physics, Chemistry and Biology sections.

GUJCET 2023 Exam Date: 3rd April 2023

GUJCET 2023 Groups

Candidates can select a group from the following while filling the application form, depending on the subjects he/she wants to take in the examination

  • Group A: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
  • Group B: Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • Group AB: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology.

GUJCET (Gujarat Common Entrance Test) 2023 Details:

Name of examination: Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET)
Conducting authority: Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board
Number of times GUJCET is conducted in a year: Once in a year
Exam level: State-level exam
Mode of exam: Offline
Exam duration: 3 hours
Exam language: English, Hindi and Gujarati
Total marks: 120
Subjects for which exam is conducted:
  • Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (for B.E/B.Tech);
  • Physics, Chemistry and Biology (for B.Pharm)

GUJCET 2023 Exam Schedule

Subject  Timing
Physics and Chemistry 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Mathematics 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Biology 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm


GUJCET 2023 Exam Duration

Exam date of GUJCET 2023 is on 18th April 2023. Exam duration for the different subjects are as follows

Subject  Duration
Physics & Chemistry 120 minutes
Mathematics 60 minutes
Biology 60 minutes

Documents to be carried to the examination hall:

Candidates should carry admit card and ID proof, without fail. The documents that can be used as ID proof are listed below:

  • Aadhar Card
  • Pan Card
  • Passport
  • Voter card
  • Any other identity proof issued by the Government of India

GUJCET 2023 Exam Day Guidelines

  • Students should carry an ID proof with the Admit Card.
  • Candidates should read the instructions on the Admit Card and exam centre details to avoid last-minute chaos.
  • Candidates should reach the exam venue 30 minutes before the exam.
  • Students should carry a pen and a pencil to the examination hall since it is an offline examination.

GUJCET Exam Dates: Frequently Asked Questions


How many times in a year is GUJCET held?

GUJCET is held once in a year.


What is the duration of the examination?

  • Physics and Chemistry paper – 120 minutes
  • Mathematics/Biology – 60 minutes

Can we take a calculator to the Examination Hall?

Yes, a simple calculator can be taken to the examination hall.




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