ACPC Master of Planning Admission 2020

ACPC M Plan - Exam Pattern

ACPC Master of Planning Admission

ACPC M. Plan 2022: Exam Pattern, Counseling Documents, Counseling and Seat Allotment Procedure

Updated On - January 02 2022 by Srishti Pandey

ACPC M. Plan 2022 Exam Pattern is available here for students to make themselves familiar with the entrance exam. All candidates are advised to check the exam pattern of the ACPC M. Plan 2022 as it will help them in getting acquainted with the level of the exam, difficulty of the questions, parts of paper. 

ACPC M. Plan 2022 Exam Pattern

The Exam pattern of the ACPC M. Plan 2022 is given as follows:

               ACPC M Plan Exam Pattern
Time alloted 90 Minutes
Type of Exam Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) based

Marking pattern

1 mark for every correct answer.

(No negative marking for wrong answers)

Total Questions100 Questions
Total Marks

100 Marks

Exam pattern 2022 in brief

For the convenience of the applicants, the following crucial information about the paper pattern is provided:

  • Offline method will be used for the admission exam (pen and paper-based test).
  • The applicants will be given 90 minutes to complete the assignment.
  • In the admission exam, the authorities will ask objective questions.
  • A maximum of 100 questions will be on the entrance exam question paper.
  • The paper does not include any negative markings.
  • One point will be given for each right response.

ACPC M Plan 2022 Counseling Documents

Candidates are required to upload the following documents:

  • Mark sheet for the High School Certificate (10+2).
  • Certificate of Income (for TFWs candidates).
  • Certificate for Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes.
  • Socially and Educationally Classified Certificate (SEBC).
  • EWSs Certification (Economically weaker sections).
  • In-Serviceman Candidate Certificate
  • Candidate who has served in the military.
  • Certificate for Persons with Disabilities (PWD).

The ACPC M Plan 2022 Counseling & Seat Allotment Procedure

For informational purposes only, candidates can review the complete GUJCET counselling and seat distribution process here.

Step 1: Register and complete the counselling form: Candidates must register for GUJCET 202e counselling and seat assignment on the official website. Candidates must submit basic information such as their name, father's name, and mobile number during GUJCET counselling registration.
Step 2: Filling Out the Complete Application Form: After registering for GUJCET 202e counselling, candidates must fill out the detailed application form, which includes personal, academic, and competitive exam information, as well as the GUJCET 202e/JEE Main application number and other information. It is also necessary to provide. Candidates will be required to supply all needed papers after inputting their information.
Step 3: Merit List Release: The authorities will then release a provisional merit list of all registered candidates based on their GUJCET/JEE Main scores. The GUJCET merit list will be used to allocate seats.
Step 4: Filling in the Blanks: Use correct credentials to access the website.

Under the "choice filling and locking" option on the dashboard, candidates can fill in their mandatory choices that have been displayed. On the screen, all of the options will be revealed.

Step 5: Seating Assignment: Seats are allocated in an online way based on GUJCET 2022/JEE Main seat allotment. By checking in with their User ID and password, candidates will be able to view the GUJCET seat allotment result. Candidates who are selected for admission will receive a GUJCET seat allotment letter.

Candidates who are pleased with their seat assignments must pay the requisite price to have their seats frozen. Payments can be made either online (net banking/credit card/debit card) or offline (checking account) (at the nearest Kotak Mahindra Bank). Only after payment is received will the entrance slip be generated.

Candidates who are dissatisfied with their seat assignments will be allowed to participate in further GUJCET counselling sessions.

Step 6: Reporting to Allotted Institutes: After paying the requisite fee, candidates must go to their allotted institute to finish the admission process. Candidates must present their documentation, including admission slips, payment receipts/challans, information letters, and more, while reporting to the designated institute.


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