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GMCET 2022: First common entrance test for media aspirants to be held on July 10

The first regional level common entrance test for admission to mass communication and media-related courses, the Global Media Common Entrance Test or GMCET 2022 (phase 1) will be held on July 10.

GMCET will be held in different phases. The next phases of the GMCET exam 2022 are scheduled for July 24, August 7 and 24, and September 4, and 8. Candidates can apply for GMCET 2022 till July 9 and pay the application fee of Rs. 1000 through credit card, debit card, and internet banking.

GMCET eligibility criteria 2022

Candidates who have passed the 10+2 or any equivalent education are eligible for the GMCET exam. Candidates belonging to the General category should have 50% marks in aggregate, whereas candidates belonging to the SC, ST, and OBC categories should have 45% to appear in the GMCET exam.

GMCET participating institutions 2022

The universities from India which would be participating in the GMCET include prominent names like Sharda University, Alliance University, National School of Journalism, Noida International University, Auro University, Presidency University, GITAM University, LNCT University, Ajeenkya D.Y. Patil University, Mody University, Jagran Lakecity University, NSHM Knowledge Campus, Centurion University, Vivekananda Global University, Invertis University, Bahra University and many more.

The entrance test is the gateway to enrolling for courses such as BA-JMC and BJMC, BMS (Bachelor of Media Studies), BMC (Bachelor of Mass Communication), BMM (Bachelor of Mass Media), BA (Media & Communication), and BSc (Animation & Graphics).

The students will be assessed based on their communication skills and necessary analytics along with logical reasoning. It is a 100-mark paper with 25 questions each testing English language and IQ, general knowledge of news and current affairs, entertainment media knowledge, brands and basic brand communication knowledge. The GMCET 2022 exam will be conducted in online mode and can be taken from home.