GPAT 2021 – NTA has started the application process by issuing notifications for GPAT 2021. Candidates who wish to appear in the Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) 2021 can participate in the application process from 23 December 2020 to 22 January 2021. Candidates should check the eligibility and criteria prescribed before joining the application process and only then fill the application form. The GPAT exam 2021 will be conducted on 22, 27 February 2021. After the completion of the examination, the results of the candidates will be released. GPAT is an entrance exam to be held at the national level. This exam is done for admission in M.Form program. Read this page in full for more information on GPAT 2021 .
Latest– Application process for GPAT 2021 starts, application can be done till 22 January 2021
Let the candidates know that the GPAT test will be a total of three hours in which objective type questions will be asked. The cutoff list will be released after the GPAT Admission Test. Candidates can get admission on the basis of cutoff list. You can learn about the required dates of GPAT 2020 from the table given below.
|GPAT 2021||The dates|
|Notice and brochure issue date||23 December 2020|
|Application starts for GPAT 2021||23 December 2020|
|Last date to apply||22 January 2021|
|Last date for submission of application fee||23 January 2021|
|Date of amendment in the application form||25 to 30 January 2021|
|Date of issue of admit card||Feb 2021|
|test date||22, 27 February 2021|
|Answer date of issue||February / March 2021|
|Declaration of result||March 2021|
GPAT 2021 eligibility criteria
To appear in GPAT 2021, candidates have to meet the eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria for GPAT is as follows.
- the nationality
- Applicant must be a citizen of India.
- educational qualification
- He should have a Bachelor degree in Pharmacy (4 years after 10 + 2).
- B. Candidates are also eligible to appear in the GPAT in the final year of pharmacy.
- BTech (Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemical Technology) / Equivalent students are not eligible to appear for the GPAT exam.
- Age Range
- There is no age limit for GPAT.
GPAT 2021 application form
The application process for GPAT 2021 has been started from 23 December 2020. The last date for filling the application form has been set as 22 January 2021. GPAT 2020 application forms have been released online through the official website ntagpat.nic.in from where you can fill the application form and with this you can also complete the application process by clicking the link of the application form given above on our page. Huh. Candidates wishing to apply must first register themselves. After this, the online application form has to be completed. Along with the online application form, candidates will also have to upload some of their required documents. Candidates who apply will also have to submit the application fee.
GPAT 2021 Application Fee
The NTA has mentioned that the candidates who want to apply for the Graduate Pharmacy Attitude Test (GPAT) will have to pay the application fee as in the previous year. Therefore, the following amount is to be paid for submitting the GPAT application form.
|General / OBC||2000 rupees|
|SC / ST / PWD / Women||1000 rupees|
- The application fee will have to be paid online through credit card / debit card / net banking.
GPAT 2021 Admit Card
Hall ticket / admit card of GPAT 2021 will be issued to registered candidates only few days before the exam. To download the GPAT 2021 Admit Card , candidates have to login using email id and password. If you have forgotten the password to login, you can retrieve it by entering your login ID, password recovery questions and answers. It is important that the candidate should carry his / her admit card on the day of examination. In addition, a valid photo ID of the applicant has to be carried along with the GPAT 2021 admit card.
GPAT 2021 Exam Pattern
The Graduate Pharmacy Attitude Test (GPAT) has been conducted as an online computer-based test since 2013. The exam pattern for GPAT 2021 is as follows:
- Number of questions: The total number of questions in the exam is 125.
- Type of questions: MCQ
- Exam duration : The total duration of the exam is 3 hours (180 minutes).
- Marked Scheme: For correct answers, you will get +4 marks in each question.
- Negative Marking: There will be negative marking of 01 marks for each wrong answer.
- Questions will include pharmaceuticals, pharmacology, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacognosy and other related disciplines of pharmacy.
GPAT 2021 syllabus
It is important for exam preparation that the candidate should be familiar with the exam pattern and syllabus. The candidate is always advised to study only according to the syllabus.https://drive.google.com/file/d/19phgfMffuz6HFEIOXNh0piBrnXewcmOM/preview
GPAT 2021 Exam Center
The GPAT exam is conducted in different cities. Candidates can see the list of GPAT exam center from below.
GPAT 2021 Answer Key
Answer key will be released after the GPAT 2021 exam. GPAT 2021 will be released on the official website by the NTA. Candidates will have to provide their application number and password to see the answer. Through the answer key of GPAT 2021 Answer, you can check your answers and also calculate your marks. Candidates can also challenge on the JAPAT 2021 Official Answer Key. For each challenge, the candidates will get Rs. 1000 / -. Have to submit
GPAT 2021 Result
The GPAT 2021 results will be announced from the first week of March 2020. The results of all the candidates will be released online on the official website. Candidates have to visit their login ID to see their results. The GPAT Result 2021 Final Answer Key will be prepared. After the result is released, candidates should download their GPAT 2021 score card and keep it for admission in M.Form program.
GPAT 2021 Reservation Policy
Admission to various pharmacy colleges will be given on the basis of GPAT Reservation Policy. The candidates who pass the GPAT exam will be admitted on the basis of number of seats and reservation policy. You can see the reservation policy for all the institutes decided by the Central Government from below.
- SC – 15%
- ST – 7.5%
- OBC – 27%
Official website : gpat.nta.nic.in.