GPAT Admit Card 2020

NTA (National Testing Agency) will release the GPAT Admit Card 2020. Candidates will be able to download the Admit card for Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) from the official website. The admit card has to be downloaded and printed by the candidate and must carry the print to the examination center along with an ID. GPAT score is being used by all AICTE approved Institutions/University Departments and Constituent Colleges. Candidates should follow the instructions given in the admit card before they go to the examination hall. Read the article below carefully to get more details about GPAT Admit Card 2020.

GPAT Admit Card 2020: Important Dates

Admit Card Availability 1st week of January 2020
Date of Examination 4th week of January 2020
Answer Key, responses & QP release 1st week of February 2020
Last date to submit objection regarding answer key 1st week of February 2020
The announcement of the Results 2nd week of February 2020
All India Merit List 2nd week of February 2020

GPAT Admit Card 2020

Candidates need to log in using username and password to download the admit card. In the second week of January 2020, the Admit Card will be available for download from the official website. On the day of the examination, a printout of downloaded admit card must be brought to the test center.

Steps to download GPAT Admit Card 2020

  • Visit the official website or click the direct link given on this page.
  • Go to the login section and provide your email ID & Password in a given space.
  • Click on the login button.
  • Check the admit card details carefully.
  • Download it & take a print copy of it for further references.

Details on GPAT Admit Card 2020

Name of the Candidate Category Time of the test
GPAT Roll Number Gender Reporting Time at the Venue
Father Name Test Date Photograph & Signature
Date of Birth Venue Name & Address Instructions

Important Instructions

  • It is important to take admit card while going for the examination.
  • Admit card will be necessary throughout the process.
  • No candidate will be permitted to appear for the test without a valid hall ticket.
  • The candidate is expected to have basic familiarity with the use of computers like Keyboard and mouse operations.
  • On completion of the test, the computer will display the result in terms of the number of total correct answers and wrong answers with the score.

Exam Pattern

  • The examination will be conducted on online mode and will be held in a single session.
  • The duration of the examination is 3 hours.
  • There will be a total of 125 questions and total marks will be 500.
  • The applicants will be awarded 4 marks for each correct answer.
  • 1 mark will be deducted as a penalty for wrong answers.
Mode of Exam CBT (Computer Based Test)
Exam Duration 3 Hours
The number of Questions 125 Questions
Marks 500 Marks
Negative Marking 1 Mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer
Marking Scheme 4 Marks will be awarded for every right answer

Exam Center

Ahmadabad Ghaziabad Kozhikode Pune
Allahabad Gurgaon Kurnool Raipur
Amravati Gulbarga Lucknow Rajahmundry
Amritsar Guntur Ludhiana Rajkot
Aurangabad Gwalior Madurai Ranchi
Bangalore Guwahati Mangalore Shimla
Bareilly Gautam Budh Nagar Meerut Srinagar
Bhopal Jaipur Mohali Surat
Bhavnagar Hyderabad Mysore Thiruvananthpuram
Bhilai-Durg Indore Mumbai Tirupati
Bhubaneswar Jabalpur Nagpur Udaipur
Chandigarh Jammu Nanded Visakhapatnam
Chennai Kanpur Nasik Vadodara
Coimbatore Kolhapur Nellore Varanasi
Dehradun Kolkata Panaji Vijayawada
Delhi Kochi Patna Warangal


General Syllabus

Alkaloids Basic Metabolic Pathways/Biogenesis
Terpenes General Techniques of Biosynthetic Studies
Glycosides The role of plant-based drugs on the national economy
Marine pharmacognosy Applications of plant tissue culture in pharmacognosy

Pharma Subjects

Pharmacognosy Pharmaceutical Chemistry Pharmaceutics
Volatile of Drugs Medical Chemistry Microbiology in pharmacy
Sources of Drugs Biochemistry Physical pharmacy
Carbohydrates Pharmaceutical analysis Stoichiometry
Alkaloid Containing Drugs Physical Chemistry and its importance in pharmacy Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence & ethics
Glycoside Containing Drugs Inorganic Pharmaceutical & Medical chemistry Dosages forms, designing & evaluations
Studies of Traditional Drugs Organic Chemistry and its importance in pharmacy The Importance of unit operations in manufacturing
Fibers Introduction to Dispensing and community pharmacy

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