The Postgraduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) 2013 is a state level exam, being conducted every year by Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC), Gujarat, India for students who seek admission in M.E./M.Tech and M. Pharm courses of any Government, Grant in Aid and Self Financed Institutions located in the state of Gujarat. The PGCET is for Non GATE /Non GPAT candidates. That is, students who have not appeared in GPET, the national entrance test for admission in PG courses in Pharmacy, and GATE, the national entrance test for admission in PG courses in Engineering, will have to qualify PGCET in order to take admissions in M.E./M.Tech and M. Pharm programs in institutions affiliated from Gujarat Technical University.
The PGCET 2013 is scheduled to be conducted on 21 July and 22 July 2013. Opening and closing dates of online registration & submission of filled registration form with necessary documents are 09 July 2013 and 15 July 2013, respectively. For more information about other important dates as well as every other details regarding PGCET 2013, click on the link given below:
Admission Brochure of PGCET 2013
Question Banks for each of the subjects for the PGCET 2013 have been uploaded on the official website of the ACPC, Gujarat. Each question banks will carry around 2,000-3,000 questions so that the students get sufficient preparation material for PGCET on a single platform. As said by the officials, the question banks are prepared in a way as most of the students who have not appeared for the GPET and GATE exams can have a considerable grip on how to prepare for the entrance test.
To access the Question Banks, you should click on the below mentioned link:
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