Around 47,000 students took the GujCET this year. The examination was conducted at 194 centres in 33 districts across Gujarat. A total of 47,010 students took the test across the state. Out of this, the number of girl examinees is 28,661 while that of boys was 18,349. Also, 37,644 students were from Gujarati medium while 9015 were English-medium students.
They found the paper easy and free of errors. This is the first time in the last couple of years that no errors have been reported in the GujCET paper.
Luckily, there were only two incidents reported across state at Himmatnagar town. The authorities claimed that barring this incident of cheating, no other untoward incident was reported from any part of the city.
News also say that students were relaxed after looking at the question paper. Students said that soon as they read the paper they were happy.
“I was tense. Last year, there were several goofups but this year there were none. I expect to get 108-110 out of the total 120 marks,” said Megha Patel.
Another student named Karan Chauhan too said that he found the paper to be easy.
Before going to the examination centre, the students were worried but later they were free of all the tension. Karan Chauhan expects to get over 100 marks.
At the back-end, an expert team is minutely examining the paper as reported by R R Varsani- chairman of the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB).
The answer key is expected to be posted this week on the official website GSHSEB. And for the results, the result of GUJCET will be declared along with Class XII (science) results.