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KCET 2017 Entrance Exam

Karnataka Common Entrance Test ( KCET ) invites admission Application for Medical, Dental, Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Unani, Naturopathy & Yoga, Engineering, B.Sc. Agriculture, Veterinary, Sericulture, Forestry, Horticulture, B.Pharma, Pharma.D etc programs for the academic session 2017 – 2018.

What is NATA?

‘National Aptitude Test in Architecture’ or NATA is an All India level entrance examination conducted by the Council of Architecture for 200 marks, for admission of candidates to First year of five-year full time B. Arch. Degree course. The Architecture seats in Government, Aided and Unaided institutions of the State are offered ONLY to the candidates who have appeared for NATA and who have obtained the prescribed minimum marks in both Qualifying Examination and NATA.

Therefore, all the candidates who want to be considered for allotment of Architecture seats should compulsorily appear for NATA on 16th Aprl, 2017. The NATA Score Card has to be submitted to KEA within three days after publication of NATA results by mentioning the CET No. boldly on the NATA Score Card. NATA Score card can be sent through email- keauthority-ka@nic.in or in person to KEA. But the NATA Score card should not be faxed to KEA.

Note :

  • Candidates who do not pass in all the subjects in the qualifying examination and candidates who do not possess the academic eligibility detailed above for various Professional Courses, will not be eligible to be considered for allotment of seats in the respective courses.
  • A candidate who passes in all the subjects in the qualifying examination and later withdraws one or more subject for reappearing in the qualifying examination for improving his performance will also not be considered for allotment of seats in the regular round and will be treated as a supplementary candidate.
  • The SC / ST / Category-I / OBC eligibility criteria is applicable to candidates who are claiming eligibility for Government seats under clauses ( a ) , ( b ) , ( f ) , ( h ) , ( j ) , ( k ) ( l ) and ( o ) and the same is not applicable to clauses ( c ) , ( d ) , ( e ) , ( g ) , ( i ) , ( m ) and ( n ) of Item – 6 i.e., Eligibility Clauses to claim Government Seats.

Mode of Conducting the Test :

In order to obtain admission to any of the professional courses through KEA, a candidate must appear for the Common Entrance Test as per their choice of courses, which will be conducted by the Karnataka Examinations Authority, Bangalore ( Herein after referred to as KEA ) . The Common Entrance Test 2017 will be conducted at 54 places, spread over Karnataka. Candidates who have passed or are appearing for Qualifying Examination within Karnataka should write ‘CET 2017’ in a test centre assigned by the KEA within the district in, which the candidate has studied 2nd PUC or 12th standard.

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KCET 2017 Eligibility

  • No candidate shall be eligible for admission to Government Seats unless he is a citizen of India and satisfies any one of the following conditions:-
  • Each condition is specified as a clause and is individually referred by a code. The documents to be produced during verification of documents in support of the claim for each of the Clauses are also detailed below the respective clauses.
  • The candidates who do not satisfy any of the Clauses / Eligibility Criteria detailed below and the candidates who do not produce the prescribed documents in original will not be eligible for admission to professional courses under Government quota seats.
  • Other than the certificate mentioned in clauses, if a candidate claiming seat under Article 371 ( j ) Hyderabad-Karnataka region reservation, candidate should produce eligibility certificate from the concerned Assistant Commissioner in Annexure-A as per the format.

Academic Eligibility for various Professional Courses :

S.No.For Admission to 1st YearEligibilityCriteria for Determination of Merit / Rank
In Qualifying Examination, Candidate should haveIn CET Examination
1.Medical / Dental ( MBBS / BDS )Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam with English as one of the Languages and obtained a Minimum of 50% of Marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology subjects. ( 40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates )For admission to Medical or Dental courses, candidates must compulsorily qualify in the NEET 2017 ( National Eligibility cum Entrance Test ) exam conducted by the CBSE board, New Delhi to become eligible
2.Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Unani, Naturopathy and Yoga ( ISM & H )Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam with English as one of the Languages and obtained a Minimum of 50% of Marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology subjects. ( 40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates )No Minimum Marks prescribed in CETBy taking marks in equal proportions in QE and CET in PCB subjects.
3.Engineering / Technology ( B.E. / B.Tech )Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam with English as one of the Languages and obtained a Minimum of 45% of Marks in aggregate in Physics and Mathematics along with Chemistry / Bio-Technology / Biology / Electronics / Computer. ( 40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates )No Minimum Marks prescribed in
CET
By taking marks in equal proportions in QE and CET in PCM subjects.
4.Architecture ( B.Arch )Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam with Mathematics as Compulsory optional subject and obtained a Minimum of 50% of Marks in aggregate in all the subjects. ( 45% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates )Note: For admission to Architecture course candidate should compulsorily appear for NATA conducted by the Council of Architecture. As per the information hosted on www.nata.in and www.nata.nic.in by Council f Architecture NATA is scheduled to be held on 16th Aoril, 2017. Candidates can visit these Websites for more information.
Note: The norm prescribed by Council of Architecture and the orders of the Government is applicable for admission to Architecture Course
5.B.Sc. ( Agriculture ) , B.Sc. ( Forestry ) , B.Sc. ( Sericulture ) , B.Sc. ( Agri.Biotech ) , B.Sc. ( Horticulture ) , B.H.Sc., ( Home Science ) B.Tech. ( Food Technology ) , B.Tech. ( Dairy Technology ) , B.F.Sc ( Bachelor of Fisheries Science ) B.Tech. ( Food Science & Tech. ) , B.Sc. ( Ag. Marketing and Co-operation ) and B.Tech ( Agriculture Engineering )Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology as optional subjects.No Minimum Marks prescribed in CETBy taking marks in equal proportions in QE and CET in PCMB subjects.
6.Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry ( B.V.Sc. & A.H. )Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std. and obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English subjects. ( 40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates )No Minimum Marks prescribed in CETOnly on the basis of marks obtained in PCB in CET
7.B-PharmaPassed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std with Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and obtained a Minimum of 45% of Marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology subjects. ( 40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates. ( or )
Passed in Diploma in Pharmacy Examination from an institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India Under Section 12 of the Pharmacy Act and has secured minimum of 45% marks. ( 40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates.
No Minimum Marks prescribed in
CET
Only on the basis of marks obtained in PCM or PCB Subjects ( whichever is higher ) in CET
8.2nd Year B.PharmaPassed in Diploma in Pharmacy Examination from an institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India Under Section 12 of the Pharmacy Act and has secured minimum of 45% marks. ( 40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidatesNo Minimum Marks prescribed in
CET
Only on the basis of marks obtained in PCM or PCB Subjects ( whichever is higher ) in CET
9.Pharma DPassed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std with Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. ( or )
Passed in Diploma in Pharmacy Examination from an institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India Under Section 12 of the Pharmacy Act.
No Minimum Marks prescribed in CET.Only on the basis of marks obtained in PCM or PCB Subjects ( whichever is higher ) in CET

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KCET 2017 Exam Pattern

S.NoSubjectMarks
1Biology60
2Mathematics60
3Physics60
4Chemistry60

Duration, Question Paper and OMR Answer Sheets :

  • The Common Entrance Test will be held on TWO days in FOUR different sessions for four subjects. On the first day, test will be conducted for Biology and Mathematics subjects in two sessions and on the next day test will be conducted for Physics and Chemistry subjects in two sessions as per the date and time notified. Each paper / subject will be conducted for 60 marks each with a duration of 80 minutes.
  • Each question paper will be of Multiple Choice Questions ( Objective ) type. The question paper in each subject will be in 16 different versions and each question will have four different options. Each question will carry ONE mark. The candidate is expected to attempt all the questions, in order to obtain maximum marks. In other words, there is no choice of questions. There will be no negative evaluation with regard to wrong / incorrect answers but marks will not be awarded in respect of multiple answers for the same question. The version code of the question paper will be boldly printed on facing sheet of the question paper.
  • The version codes used in each paper will be from A – 1 to A – 4, B – 1 to B – 4, C – 1 to C – 4 & D – 1 to D – 4. The version code of the question papers given to a student may be different OR may be the same for different sessions.

KCET 2017 Application Form

Candidates have to enter the application details through online to become eligible for admission to Professional Courses through Karnataka Examinations Authority. There is no pen and paper form. The conventional method of pen and paper filling of form is done away with from 2015. Please note the following.

  • Online application is a user friendly application.
  • First candidates have to download the blank application and in consultation with parents confirm the information / details to be entered in the downloaded application form and familiarise the same by practicing at home.
  • Candidates will be provided with all the information required for each entry during filling of online application.
  • Most of the fields will be only a selection from the readily available information; and all the fields are self explanatory with dropdown menu; the candidates have to select the suitable / appropriate items from the list.
  • The entire online application process is in two phases. In the first phase candidates will fill the details and can edit the data any number of times and also can take the draft printouts before selecting the declaration. Before commencing the second phase, candidates can edit / delete / add any information any number of times.
  • In the second phase the candidates have to select the declaration after confirming themselves that there are no changes to be incorporated or all the entries made by them in the online application are correct.
  • Once the declaration is done there is no provision to change / edit / delete / add any information to the entries already made by the candidates.
  • Candidates are informed to make sure that the entries made before declaration are correct.
  • After declaration candidates have select the specified banks from the list and download the challan for making the payment at the respective bank.
  • After completion of all the process the candidates are required to take a final print out of the online application form for further process at the time of online seat allotment.

Method / Steps for Applying / How to fill online application form :

Before applying online, candidate should have scanned images of his / her latest Photograph, Signature and Left Hand Thumb Impression in JPG format only, for uploading as part of submission of online application.

Before entering the application form online, the candidates are advised to download the blank application form and take two or three photocopies of the same and practice on them in the prescribed manner.

First Phase :

Step 1 : Candidates are required to select “CET 2017 UG Online Application” by browsing URL on Website http: // kea.kar.nic.in.

Step 2 : Candidates have to click on “New User? Click Here to Register” on the home page of online application form. Candidates will have to provide all the required information in the candidate registration form and submit. After successful registration, candidates will receive an Application number and User-ID to their registered mobile phone number and email-id and also same will be displayed on the screen.

Step 3 : A Login Prompt will be displayed and candidates are required to enter the User ID and Password created by them and Login.

Step 4 : On successful login by the candidates “Student information” will be displayed, in which the candidates have to start entering the required information.

Step 5 : Once the candidates complete the student information entries, they will have to save the entries made.

Step 6 : The candidates will enter the all the study details and select “save and next” button.

Step 7 : After successful saving the study details, the candidates will have to upload the scanned images of Photograph, candidate signature, candidate Left Hand Thumb Impression and Parent Signature and select “save and next” button.

After completion of the above steps, the candidates have take the draft printouts, carefully verify the entries made by them and if any changes are required they can do so by login in any number of times before selecting the declaration.

Second Phase :

In this phase, the candidate will select the declaration, read and understand it completely and then select “Submit” button. After submission select the bank challan, download and take a printout of the challan and make the payment in the respective bank

Step 1 : After completion of entry of all the details candidate’s will receive an application ID and Password to their registered email address and also the same information will be displayed on the screen.

Step 2 : Candidates have to upload the scanned copy of recent passport size Colour Photograph and Signature in JPG / JPEG format separately. ( Photograph Captured on the mobile phone can also be updated )

Step 3 : Candidates have to take the printout of the Challan copy which is in triplicate. Candidates of Karnataka origin have to pay an amount of Rs. 650 / – for General and OBC ( Rs.500 / – for SC / ST Category-1 ) . The candidates have to pay the requisite fee in any of the branch of specified Banks / e-Post Office. The bank / e-Post Office will retain their copy of the Challan respectively and handover the remaining two copies of the Challan to the candidates.

Step 4 : Candidates have to take the printout of the application form on A-4 Size sheet of paper. Affix candidate’s recent Passport size Photograph, signature, Left Hand Thumb Impression on the space provided. Afterwards students have to obtain Principal seal and signature from the college where they have studied 2nd PU or 12th Standard on the space provided in the printed form. The same copy should be produced during document verification along with the copy of the Challan ( KEA copy ) .

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KCET 2017 Syllabus 

The question papers of the Common Entrance Test will be based on the First and Second PUC syllabi prescribed by the Department of Pre-University Education of Karnataka State.

KCET 2017 Results

KCET 2017 Result : KCET 2017 Entrance Exam Results likely to be declared in the month of June, 2017

Email Registration for KCET Entrance Exam Results 2017

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Karnataka CET 2017 Counselling

Karnataka CET 2017 Online Option Entry Schedule for B.Pharma, Pharma.D & Lateral Entry B.Pharma

The Second Extended Round allotment will be conducted as per the schedule given in the CET 2017 Brochure. The interested eligible candidates ( except those who have exercised Choice 1 in First Round or Choice 1 in Second and reported to the college, candidates who have cancelled the allotted seats and Choice 4 Candidates ) can participate in this round.

Note :

In this round candidates are allowed to entry options afresh. ( Fresh Option Entry )

The candidates who have obtained a seat from KEA and have later on joined other college or courses and wish to surrender the KEA seat, they can do so in any Helpline Centre and they will be entitled to get a refund of fee amount after deducting Rupee 5000 / – as process fee till the last day for entry of options in the secod extended round ( before 10.00 A.M. on July, 2017 ) . Candidates may please note that such of those who have got the Admission Order / confirmed the seat from KEA and do not join the allotted college or leave the college after joining – such actions are tantamount to seat blocking and will result in loss of subsidized Government Quota seats th the Private Management, ( There are other equally eligible meritorious candidates in the merit queue. ) Such candidates should surrender their allotted seat to KEA only in any Helpline Centre, and such seat will be offered to other equally eligible meritorious candidates in the Second Extended Round.

All other guidelines and procedures given in the CET 2017 brochure remain same for all other purposes.

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KCET 2017 Schedule

DateDayTimings
2nd May, 2017Tuesday10.30 am – 11.50 am
02.30 pm – 03.50 pm
3rd May, 2017Wednesday10.30 am – 11.50 am
02.30 pm – 03.50 pm

KCET 2017 Important Dates

S.NoEventsDate
1Date of Notification24th January, 2017
2Commencement of Entry of Application Online27th January, 2017
3Last date to enter application details online27th February, 2017
4Last date to pay the application fees in the bank / e-post office2nd March, 2017
5Date of downloading of Admission Tickets by all the eligible Applicants – Date will be published in the KEA Website at a later date
6Date of Common Entrance Test – 2017 ( For Medical and Dental courses candidates have to appear for NEET 2017 and NATA for Architecture course )2nd May, 2017 and 3rd May, 2017
7Date of Kannada language Test: ( ONLY for Horanadu & Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates )4th May, 2017
8Schedule for submission of Special Category Certificates – Refer schedule given below-
9Verification of Documents for Agriculturist at the respective Practical Test Centres5th May, 2017 to 17th May, 2017
10Date of Practical Examination for UG course applicants for Agriculture / Horticulture / Veterinary Universities under “Agriculturist Quota”20th May, 2017
11Date of NATA-2017 Examination for admission to Architecture course ( Refer Website for details )16th April, 2017
12Last date for submission of NATA scores along with a copy of the 2nd PU / 12 Std. Marks card to KEAWill be notified later

Contact Details

18th Cross, Sampige Road,
Malleshwaram, Bangalore – 560 012.
Phone No. : 080 – 23462599, 23462758, 23461575, 23564583,
Fax : 080 – 23461576,
Email : keauthority-ka@nic.in,
Website : www.kea.kar.nic.in.

Useful Link

KCET 2017 Application Form : https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/CetApplication2017/Default.aspx

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Karnataka PGCET

Karnataka PGCET 2017 Entrance Exam

Karnataka Examinations Authority invites applications for admission to 1st year / 1st semester full time / part time MBA / MCA / M.E. / M. Tech. / M. Arch courses and Admission to the Part Time M.Tech Quality Improvement Programme ( QIP ) and Admission to 2nd year lateral entry to MCA Course for Karnataka and non-Karnataka candidates for year 2017 – 18.

In order to obtain admission to MBA, MCA, M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch courses through KEA, a candidate must appear for the Post Graduate Common Entrance Test – 2017, which will be conducted by the Karnataka Examinations Authority, Bangalore ( Herein after referred to as KEA ). The Post Graduate Common Entrance Test – 2017 will be conducted in specified places, spread over Karnataka.

Karnataka PGCET Eligibility Criteria

A) For MBA :

(i) For Full Time MBA courses :

A candidate who has passed Recognised Bachelor’s Degree of minimum of 3 years duration examination or equivalent examination and obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks taken together in all the subjects including languages in all the years of the Degree Examination is eligible for admission to MBA courses. ( 45% of marks in Q. E. in case of SC, ST and Category-I of Karnataka candidates ) ( Reservation is applicable only for Karnataka Candidates )

(ii) For Part Time MBA courses :

A candidate who has passed recognized Bachelor’s Degree of minimum of 3 years duration examination or equivalent examination and obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks taken together in all the subjects including languages in all the years of the Degree Examination is eligible for admission to MBA courses (45% of marks in Q. E. in case of SC, ST and Category-I of Karnataka candidates). (Reservation is applicable only for Karnataka Candidates) In addition to this a candidate after obtaining the degree, must have worked for not less than three years as on 31st July 2017, in an establishment and must be working in an organization situated within a radial distance of 40 km from the institution in which the candidate seeks admission.

B) For MCA :

A candidate who has passed any recognized under graduate examination or equivalent examination with Mathematics or Statistics or Computer Science or Computer Applications or Computer Programming or Business Mathematics or Business Statistics as one of the optional subjects and obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks taken together in all the subjects in all the years of the Degree Examination is eligible for admission to MCA courses. 45% of marks in Q. E. in case of SC, ST and Category-I of Karnataka candidates.

Provided that in respect of candidate who has studied and passed one of the subjects specified above in Pre-University Course with fifty percent of marks in that subject shall also be considered for admission. 45% of marks in case of SC, ST and Category-I of Karnataka candidates.

Lateral Entry to 2nd year MCA.

A candidate who has passed recognised Bachelor’s Degree of minimum of 3 years duration examination in BCA, B.Sc ( I.T. / Computer Science ) with Mathematics at 10 + 2 level or at Graduate Level and obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks taken together in all the subjects in all the years of the Degree Examination is eligible for admission to MCA courses ( 45% of marks in Q. E. in case of SC, ST and Category-I of Karnataka candidates ) ( Reservation is applicable only for Karnataka Candidates ) No Part Time courses are offered for MCA.

(C) For M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch – Course

(i) For Full Time M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch – Course

™A candidate with valid GATE score.

™A candidate who has passed qualifying examination or equivalent examination as prescribed by the Competent Authority and obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks taken together in all the subjects of all the years / semesters of the Degree Examination is eligible for admission to M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch courses (45% of marks in Q. E. in case of SC, ST and Category-I candidates.

( Reservation is applicable only for Karnataka Candidates )

(ii) For Part Time M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch Courses

A candidate who has passed prescribed qualifying examination or equivalent examination as prescribed by the Competent Authority and obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks taken together in all the subjects of all the years / semesters of the Degree Examination is eligible for admission to M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch courses ( 45% of marks in Q. E. in case of SC, ST and Category-I Karnataka candidates ) ( Reservation is applicable only for Karnataka Candidates ) In addition to this candidate after obtaining the complete degree, must have worked for not less than three years as on 31st July 2016, in an establishment and must be working in an organization situated within a radial distance of 40 km from the institution in which the candidate seeks admission. However, the employer has to fill up the NOC duly signed by the competent authority.

™(iii) Admission to the Part Time M.Tech Quality Improvement Programme (QIP) shall be open to regular faculty working in institutions in Karnataka state.

  • Who have passed B.E. / B.Tech Examination (in relevant field) of VTU or any other recognized University / Institution and have passed the qualifying examination in second class (50% aggregate) (No relaxation in minimum percentage will be given for these admissions)
  • Having experience of one academic year, and
  • Working place shall be within 100 kms from the institutions where they seek admission.

Not only a candidate who has passed the qualifying examination with requisite marks but also a candidate who is appearing for the Q. E. and expecting the results is eligible to apply for the Post Graduate Common Entrance Test – 2016.

Note : The aggregate percentage of marks of the course of the qualifying examination shall be calculated as follows :

Aggregate Percentage of Marks =Sum of the marks scored by the candidate in all the subjects of all the examinations / semesters X 100
Sum of all the maximum marks of all the subjects of all the years /
semesters

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Karnataka PGCET Exam Pattern

A) M.Tech of Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in Mathematics and Computer Science of Kuvempu University and Department of Studies in Computer Science, University of Mysore, is as follows : 

  • Total Number of Questions : 75 Multiple Choice Questions
  • Total Marks : 100
  • 50 Questions – 1 Mark each : 50 X 1 = 50
  • 25 Questions – 2 Mark each : 25 X 2 = 50
  • Total : 100 Marks

B) M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch programs of VTU / UBDTCE and UVCE

(I) Written Test will be conducted in NINE disciplines

  1. Civil Engineering
  2. Chemical Engineering
  3. Computer Science Engineering
  4. Environmental Engineering
  5. Textile Engineering
  6. Polymer Science
  7. Architecture
  8. Bio-Technology
  • Total Number of Questions : 75 Multiple Choice Questions
  • Total Marks : 100
  • 50 Questions – 1 Mark each : 50 X 1 = 50
  • 25 Questions – 2 Mark each : 25 X 2 = 50
  • Total : 100 Marks

(II) Electrical Science, this includes

  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering (E & E)
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering (E & C)
  • Telecommunication Engineering (TC)
  • Instrumentation Technology (IT)
  • Bio-Medical Engineering (BME)
  • Medical Electronics (ME)
  • Allied branches of Electrical Science (ABE)

Question paper will consist of part-A and part-B.

Part-A is common to

  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering (E & E)
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering (E & C)
  • Telecommunication Engineering (TC)
  • Instrumentation Technology (IT)
  • Bio-Medical Engineering (BME)
  • Medical Electronics (ME)
  • Allied branches of Electrical Science (ABE)

Total Number of Questions : 45 Marks : 60
30 Questions Carrying 1 mark each : 30 X 1 = 30
15 Questions carrying 2 mark each : 15 X 2 = 30

Part-B is specific to candidates belonging to respective branch of specialization of engineering and consists of total number of questions : 30 Mark : 40

  • 20 Questions carrying 1 mark each : 20 X 1 = 20
  • 10 Questions carrying 2 mark each : 10 X 2 = 20
  • Marks = 40
  • Grand Total Part – A + Part-B = 75 Questions = 100 marks

Mechanical Science, this includes

  • Mechanical Engineering (MC)
  • Industrial and Production Engineering (IPE)
  • Industrial and Engineering Management (IEM)
  • Automobile Engineering (AE)
  • Manufacturing Science and Engineering (MSE)
  • Allied Branches of Mechanical Science (ABM)

Question paper will consist of Part-A and Part-B.

Part-A is common to (a) M.E. (b) IPE (c) IEM (d) AE (e) MSE (f) ABM

  • Total number of questions : 45 Marks : 60
  • 30 questions carrying 1 mark each : 30 X 1 = 30
  • 15 questions carrying 2 mark each : 15 X 2 = 30
  • Total: 60 Marks

Part-B is specific to candidates belonging to respective branch of specialization of engineering and consists of Total number of question s: 30 Marks : 40
20 Questions carrying 1 Mark each : 20 X 1 = 20

  • 10 Questions carrying 2 mark each : 10 X 2 = 20
  • Total: 40 Marks
  • Grand Total: Part-A + Part-B = 75 questions Marks = 100

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Karnataka PGCET Reservation of Seats

Reservation for Ex-Defence Special category :

Code : U

Son or daughter of Ex-Servicemen falling under Item – 6(h) of Chapter – I of the Brochure should obtain and produce a certificate showing the home address of the parent issued by the Joint Director / Deputy Director of the concerned district and countersigned by the Director, Department of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement, Bangalore failing which they will not be allowed for verification of certificates and also for later seat selection under Ex-Defence. Ex-Servicemen for the purpose of this clause includes personnel belonging to the Civil GT COYS ASC who were Civilian Class III or Class IV Government Servants, who became permanently disabled or were killed during hostilities.

Note : This ex-defence reservation benefit is not applicable to ME / M.Tech / M.Arch courses.

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Karnataka PGCET Application Form 2016

Candidates can apply for PGCET-2016 only “Online”.

Karnataka PGCET Information Bulletin can be downloaded from the Website http://kea.kar.nic.in.

Online submission of Karnataka PGCET Application Form may be made by accessing KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in.

Candidates have to take the printout of the Challan copy which is in triplicate. Candidates of Karnataka origin have to pay an amount of Rupee 650/- for General and OBC ( Rupee 500/- for SC / ST Category-1 ). The candidates have to pay the requisite fee in any of the branch of specified banks.

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Karnataka PGCET Syllabus 2016

Karnataka PGCET MBA Syllabus :

The broad outline syllabus for the Post Graduate Common Entrance Test for MBA PG Courses is detailed below :

  • Proficiency in English Language
  • General Knowledge
  • Test of Reasoning and General Intelligence
  • Quantitative Analysis

Click the below link for detailed syllabus of MBA / MCA / ME / M.Tech / M.Arch.

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Karnataka PGCET Results

Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test Result is likely to be declared in the month of July, 2016.

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Karnataka PGCET Schedule 2016

Date and DayCourseForTimingsMarks
02nd July, 2016 SaturdayMCAAdmission to 1st Year / 1st Semester and for Lateral Entry 2nd Year / 3rd Semester10.30 am to 12.30 pm100
MBAAdmission to 1st Year / 1st Semester2.30 pm to 4.30 pm100
03rd July, 2016 SundayM.E. / M. Tech / M. ArchType-B: Courses offered by Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in Mathematics and Computer Science, Kuvempu University and Department of Studies in Computer Science, University of Mysore.10.30 am to 12.30 pm100
Type-A: Courses offered by VTU, UVCE, UBDTCE.02.30 pm to 04.30 pm100

Karnataka PGCET Important Dates 2016

EventsDates
Commencement of Entry of Application OnlineFrom 4.00 pm on 24th May, 2016
Last Date to Enter Application details onlineUpto 5.30 pm on 08th June, 2016
Last date to pay the fees in the bank10th June, 2016 ( Banking Hours )
Downloading of Admission Tickets on or after20th June, 2016

Karnataka PGCET Contact Address

Karnataka Examinations Authority,
18th Cross, Sampige Road,
Malleshwaram, Bangalore – 560 012.
Helpline : 080-23 460 460 ( 5 Lines ),
Fax No : 080-23 461 576,
Email : keauthority-ka@nic.in,
Website : http://kea.kar.nic.in.

Useful Links

Karnataka PGCET Apply Online : https://cetonlinekarnataka.gov.in/pgcet2016/Home.aspx



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