GPAT Registration 2021 - Application Form, Candidates Login at gpat.nta.nic.in
GPAT Registration 2021 - National Testing Agency (NTA) will begin GPAT 2021 registration in online mode in the first week of November 2020. Candidates seeking admission through the national level entrance exam for admission to various pharmacy courses must complete the registration for GPAT within stipulated time. Pharmacy aspirants will then have to fill GPAT application form 2021 with all the required details. Prior to doing GPAT 2021 registration, candidates must make sure that they fulfil the eligibility criteria of GPAT for admissions. GPAT 2021 will be conducted in the fourth week of January tentatively and pharmacy aspirants must register themselves for this test conducted by NTA. Candidates can fill GPAT application form 2021 in 5 easy steps details of which are mentioned in the article that follows.
Important dates of GPAT 2021 registration
Candidates can check the table below for all the important dates pertaining to GPAT registration. It will help them to keep a track of all the registration related events.
GPAT Registration 2021 - Important dates
Registration start date
First week of November 2020
Last date to fill application form
First week of December 2020
Last date of fee transaction
First week of December 2020
Admit card release date
Third week of December 2020
Fourth week of January 2021
*denotes dates are tentative
Eligibility Criteria of registration for GPAT
Candidates are required to fulfil certain eligibility conditions prior to doing GPAT registration 2021. For the convenience of candidates these have been mentioned below.
Nationality - In order to be eligible the candidate must be of Indian origin
Age - The authorities have put no restrictions to minimum and maximum age for qualification
Qualifying examination - Candidates seeking to fill GPAT 2021 application form must have completed a 4 years course in Pharmacy after having completed their 10+2 from a recognised university. Also, those students who are in their final year of B.Pharm are eligible to register for GPAT. However, such candidates’ results must be declared prior to the commencement of 2021-2022 academic session
Apart from fulfilling the above mentioned eligibility criteria, Pharmacy aspirants must note that those of them who have a degree in B.Tech (Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemical Technology) will not be considered eligible for GPAT registration 2021.
Things to keep handy while filling GPAT 2021 application form
Since the application form of GPAT will be filled in online mode, candidates are required to keep certain documents ready with them while filling the same. This is to avoid rushing for those documents and details in the eleventh hour.
Payment- A valid debit/credit card or Net banking account details
Scanned passport sized photograph (In JPG/JPEG format and size between 10 kb to 200 kb)
A valid mobile number (for information via SMS)
A valid email ID
Scanned signature (In JPG/JPEG format and size between 4 kb to 30 kb)
Steps for GPAT registration 2021
GPAT 2021 application form can be filled in 5 basic steps, names of these steps are mentioned in the points that follow:
Registration for GPAT
Filling the application form
Uploading scanned documents
GPAT application fee 2021 payment
Giving choices for GPAT exam city
How to complete GPAT registrations - Details
Candidates can check below for details on how they can fill the application form by completing the steps of GPAT registration 2021 in detail.
Step 1 - GPAT 2021 registration
Candidates have to first visit the official website of GPAT 2021 (gpat.nta.ac.in)
Prior to registering for GPAT candidates are advised to download the information bulletin for admissions
Next, Pharmacy aspirants have to enter their personal details like name, father’s name, mother’s name, gender, date of birth, Email ID, address, mobile number, Aadhar or any other valid ID proof number for GPAT registration 2021
Candidates have to then create a password and also choose a security question and answer the same
After completing the above mentioned steps of GPAT 2021 registration, aspirants have to sopy the CAPTCHA code and click on the ‘Submit’ button
Then a window will open where all the details entered by the candidate will be displayed. Pharmacy aspirants have to click the check boxes given at the bottom of the page after verifying details for GPAT registration
Next, candidates have to check the declaration box and click on 'Edit Registration Form' if they wish to make any changes or 'Final Submit' if no changes are to be made in GPAT application form 2021
Now, a new window displaying the completion of registration will be available on the screen
On this window a unique 12 digit application number will be displayed which will also be sent on the registered email ID and phone number of the candidate provided at the time of GAT 2021 registration
Step 2 - Filling the application form of GPAT
In the next window, some of the blanks will already be filled automatically based on details entered by candidates while GPAT registration 2021
The remaining blanks have to be filled by Pharmacy aspirants with details on their nationality and category
Candidates have to choose ‘GPAT 2021’ as the exam they wish to apply for and fill details pertaining to their educational qualification
Next candidates have to enter the CAPTCHA code and click on ‘Submit’ button in GPAT 2021 application form
Again the screen will display details entered by aspirants, they have to verify these and click the check boxes for the same provided at the bottom of the page
If all the details are correctly filled by them candidates have to click on ‘I agree’ and the ‘Final Submit’ button. However, if they wish to make any changes they should click on ‘Edit Application Form Data’
The screen will then display the 12 digit application number again and confirmation page stating that the second step of filling application form is complete
Candidates can then click either on ‘Edit Application Form’ to rectify mistakes (if any) or click on ‘Upload Images’ to move to the next step
Step 3 - Uploading scanned documents
In this step candidates have to upload the required documents in the application form of GPAT as per the specifications displayed on the same
Pharmacy aspirants can check the table below to know the specifications required for uploading documents
GPAT registration 2021 - Specification for documents
Document type (Scanned)
10 - 200 KB
4 - 30 KB
Candidates must make sure that they follow the above specifications while uploading documents in the GPAT 2021 application form
Next, aspirants have to enter the security pin, tick the checkbox and click on the ‘Upload’ button
The next window will display confirmation of completion of step 3. This window will also display the application fee which is to be paid by candidates category-wise
The screen will display three options at the bottom 'Edit Application Form', 'Pay Examination Fee' and 'Edit Uploaded Images'. Depending on their preference candidates have to choose one of these for registration of GPAT and continue
Step 4 - GPAT application 2021 fee payment
In the fourth step candidates have to pay the application fee as part of their GPAT 2021 registration process. The category-wise application fee for registration is mentioned in the table below for candidate’s reference
GPAT application fee
Application Fee (₹)
General/ EWS/ Non-creamy layer OBC
Females (All categories)
Transgender (All categories)
Then candidates have to select their preferred payment provider option
Next, they have to choose the mode of payment. For better understanding candidates are advised to refer to the image that follows
Now candidates have to pay the application fee following which the payment confirmation page will be displayed.
Step 5 - Giving choices for GPAT exam city
Now candidates have to give the preference of the examination city on the basis of their convenience while GPAT registration. This will be allotted to them on a ‘First come; First serve basis’
The final window indicating that the GPAT application form 2021 has been successfully filled will be displayed on the screen. If any candidate is not able to download their confirmation page, it would mean that the payment of their application fee was not successful
GPAT 2021 registration - Contact information
Incase candidates require any help while filling GPAT application form, they can contact on the address and number provided below:
National Testing Agency
Block C-20 1A/8 ,Sector- 62
IITK Outreach Centre, Gautam Buddh Nagar
Noida-201309, Uttar Pradesh (India)
Contact No. : 0120 6895200
What after GPAT registration 2021?
After candidates complete GPAT 2021 registrations, the authorities will release the admit card for successfully registered candidates. NTA is expected to release the GPAT 2021 admit card in the third week of December 2020 in online mode and PDF format. It must be noted by candidates that they must carry the hall ticket to GPAT exam centres, failing which entry will be prohibited. Pharmacy aspirants must check for GPAT preparation tips 2021 and begin with their study from now on.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - GPAT Registration 2021 - Application Form, Candidates Login at gpat.nta.nic.in
Question: How many steps are there is registration for GPAT
GPAT 2021 registrations can be completed in five simple steps which include, registration, filling the application form, uploading scanned documents, application fee payment and giving choices for exam city.
Question: How much is the application fee for GPAT?
The authorities have set category-wise application fee for GPAT registration 2021. General/ EWS/ Non-creamy layer OBC category candidates have to pay ₹1600 and SC/ST/PwD, females (all categories) and transgender (all categories) have to pay ₹800.
Question: Can we make changes in the choice of exam city entered while registering for GPAT?
Candidates will be provided with a correction window facility after GPAT application form 2021 is filled. Here, they can make changes in selective fields of the application form.
Question: When will the authorities begin with registrations for GPAT?
The authorities will begin with GPAT 2021 registrations in the first week of November 2020.
Question: In which mode will the authorities release GPAT application form 2021?
The application form of GPAT 2021 will be available to candidates in online mode on the official website.
Question: Do I need to send the confirmation page of payment to NTA via post?
No, there is no need to submit any document to NTA in hard copy.
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Questions related to GPAT
am I eligible for the gpat?? I am student of bsc in pharmaceutical chemistry
the basic eligibility criteria for GPAT is
1. nationality of candidate must be Indian
2. candidate must hold a bachelors degree of 4 years in pharmacy from any recognized university
3. also students who are in final year of their B.pharm are eligible
4. candidate having B.tech degree in pharmaceutical and fine chemical technology are not eligible for same
for more details kindly go through the link mentioned below
is padmavati mahila university giving stipend to gpat qualified students?
Hope you're doing well.
All the gpat qualified students get a stipend of rupees 12,400 approx irrespective of the college they are admitted in. There is just a particular score you need to qualify in order to avail the scholarship. Last year, according to the merit list, around 4119 students were eligibile for availing this scholarship.
Some of the rules for the same are :
1. Students who are admitted in an Mpharm course are eligible for this scholarship.
2. Students who are availing scholarship must not have another financial source .
3. Students must undertake 8 to 10 hours per week for teaching or research work as assigned to them.
4. This scholarship may be discontinued at any time due to the misconduct of the student.
You may Follow this link for further assistance.
All the best.
What are the standard books to be followed for GPAT exam preparation from the GPAT syllabus?
Some of the best books for GPAT exam preparation are:
1.Book - The Pearson Guide to GPAT and Other Entrance Examination in Pharmacy
Publisher - Pearson Education
Author- Akaberi Shah Baser
2.Book - GPAT Cracker
Publisher - Piyush Book Publications
Author- Dr. Sanjar Alam and others
3.Book - GPAT: A Companion
Publisher- Career Publications
Author- Nazma N. Inamdar
4.Book - GPAT: A Companion
Publisher- Career Publications
Author- Nazma N. Inamdar
5.Book - Synopsis for GPAT
Publisher - Dhawan Book Publication
Author - Dr. Surendra H. Bodakhe,Dr. Sanjay Gupta ,Prof. Vijay juyal Dr. Munish Ahuja
For details you can visit this provided link https://www.google.co.in/amp/s/pharmacy.careers360.com/articles/best-books-for-gpat/amp?espv=1
All the best
What are all the books referred for GPAT EXAM? Best author for each subject....and what type of preparation should be done before the exams?
First go through entire syllabus and then make a proper and programmatic study schedule. You can also make short notes because making notes help you understand the topic better and during revision it helps a lot. Write down all tbe formulae, charts, diagrams in one notebook so that you can checkbit whenever needed. Once you complete your syllabus, you must solve previous few years' examination papers and sample papers. Give mock tests as many as possible.
And at least 15 days before the exam, you should start your revision. Don't look for more weightage or less weightage, just revise from first to last. Don't for for something new during last days. The more you'll practice the more you'll get to score good. Go through this- http://pharmacy.careers360.com/articles/best-books-for-gpat
What are the important topics to be prepared in GPAT exam?What are the subject one should concentrate and the allotment of bits from each subject in each topic?
The following are important topics in gpat
Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics
Dispensing and Hospital Pharmacy
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics
The following subjects are physical chemistry organic chemistry,pharm analysis