GCET Admit Card 2020 – GCET Hall Ticket, Exam Instructions

The DTE has postponed GCET Exam dates. The admit card was expected to be released on 1 April 2020, but it has been delayed because of the COVID-19 outbreak in the country. The candidates can download the GCET Hall Ticket from the official website of the DTE. GCET is a stat-level examination, and it will be held in the offline mode. In this article, we will discuss the GCET Admit Card 2020 and how to download it.

GCET Admit Card 2020

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Important dates regarding the Hall Ticket 2020

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GCET Candidates can obtain their hall ticket at the time of application form submission. Those who have successfully registered for GCET 2020 after the application fee submission will be able to get their Admit Card. Admit card will not be reissued if it is lost. Admit card will consist of all the essential details about the exam like dates & timing, candidate’s name & roll number, venue for the exam. Admit Card can not be download through online mode. Candidates can get their Hall Ticket from the assigned exam centres. The entrance advisory board won’t send hall ticket to any candidate exclusively by post. Without the hall ticket, no applicant will be allowed to sit in the examination. GCET result will be announced after the successful conduction of the exam.

How to Get GCET Admit Card?

Candidates can follow the below-given steps to download the Admit Card:

  • Visit the designated centre.
  • Submit the GCET Application Form to the authority.
  • Candidates can submit their form to the prescribed Center of “Director of Technical Education”.
  • Get Admit Card at the time of the Form Submission.
  • Keep the Hall Ticket safely.
  • Bring the GCET Admit Card on the exam date along with the ID proof.

Candidates can bring any one of the below-mentioned ID proof along with the Hall Ticket on the examination day:

  • Voter ID Card.
  • Passport.
  • PAN Card.
  • Passport.
  • Any School ID.
  • Aadhar Card.

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