GUJCET results or GBSE results at Gujrat Board of secondary education site will be on May


The latest information regarding GBSE GUJCET 2011 result is here. GUJCET 2011 exam, Gujarat common entrance test, was conducted in April 7 and now GBSE is all set to declare the GUJCET 2011. The students who have appeared the test can check here their GUJCET results 2011 of GBSE. Results date of declaration is on May 12 and it will be available here and GSEB official website.

GUJCET 2011 results date of GBSE (Gujarat Common Entrance Test results) declared


GUJCET 2011, Gujarat common entrance test, was conducted by GSEB Gujarat Secondary Education Board on April 7. GUJCET 2011 is conducting for the admissions to Technical and Medical courses for 12th science class students. Those students who have took the GUJCET 2011 entrance test are waiting impatiently for GBSE results 2011. As GUJCET 2011 results will declare on May 12, students can save this page which is especially made for GBSE results.

Students can check out GBSE GUJCET 2011 results date and results here. GBSE 2011 result date has been announced and it will be published on May 12 Thursday.

We provide here the official website result page of GBSE GUJCET 2011 to make easily the results checking for students who have attended the GBSE entrance test on April 7.

Download GBSE GUJCET 2011 results


GSEB will release their GUJCET 2011 results tomorrow on Thursday May 12th. Students please need to make sure your roll number correctly and enter on the GBSE site results web page to get GUJCET results for this year 2011.

Mainly GUJCET 2011 is used to conduct for subjects of Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Biology. Candidates who are waiting for results can download results of GUJCET 2011 from the links given below. Visit GSEB official website www.gseb.org. or following link to find the latest GBSE 2011 results.

From the official website, students can also download Gujarat Common Entrance Test 2011 result.

http://www.gseb.org


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