Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) is conducted by Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) to select candidates for MBA, MCA, ME, MTech, MArch as well as lateral entry MCA courses offered by various government/university/private aided and private un-aided institutions of Karnataka. The online application form of Karnataka PGCET 2019 was released on May 30. The entrance test was held on July 20 and 21, 2019. Karnataka PGCET was held for 150 minutes in multiple sessions separately for different courses. The test carries total of 100 marks. The answer key has been released by the examination authority. Karnataka PGCET result has been declared on August 22. Based on the performance of candidates in Karnataka PGCET 2019, the rank list is prepared for admission to different courses. Candidates are called for counselling as per their ranks in the merit list.
GATE qualified candidates are exempt from appearing for Karnataka PGCET. They can directly apply for M.Tech admissions offered by the participating institutes on the basis of their GATE scores.
Past Dates and Events
21 Sep, 2019 - 25 Sep, 2019
Counselling - Round 2 - seat allotment | Mode: Online
21 Sep, 2019 - 24 Sep, 2019
Counselling - Round 2 - option entry | Mode: Online
08 Sep, 2019
Counselling - Round 1 - allotment - Start Date | Mode: Online
05 Sep, 2019
Counselling - Round 1 - mock allotment - Start Date | Mode: Online
31 Aug, 2019 - 05 Sep, 2019
Counselling - Round 1 - option entry | Mode: Online
26 Aug, 2019 - 04 Sep, 2019
Counselling - Document verification | Mode: Offline
22 Aug, 2019
Result | Mode: Online
04 Aug, 2019 - 07 Aug, 2019
Answer Key - Objection over provisional answer key | Mode: Online
02 Aug, 2019
Answer Key | Mode: Online
20 Jul, 2019 - 21 Jul, 2019
Exam | Mode: Offline
12 Jul, 2019
Admit Card | Mode: Online
30 May, 2019 - 29 Jun, 2019
Application | Mode: Online
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General Eligibility Criteria
Eligibility Criteria for Government Seats
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card | Other
Karnataka PGCET 2019 application form was released in the online mode. Candidates had to fill all requisite details and then submit the application form to register successfully for the exam. Candidates with valid GATE score also had to submit the filled application form. Given below are the steps to fill Karnataka PGCET application form 2019:
Registration – Candidates had to register by providing details including name of candidate, parent’s name, gender, date of birth, email ID and mobile number. After registration, candidates had to create user ID and password completing which a unique registration number was generated after registration process was completed
Filling the application form – Candidates had to provide all personal and academic details required while filling the Karnataka PGCET 2019 application form. Candidates having valid GATE score were required to provide details of GATE exam.
Upload documents – Scanned copies of candidates’ photograph, signature and left thumb impression had to be uploaded. The scanned images must be at par with the specifications mandated by KEA.
Declaration and submission of application form – After cross verifying all information submitted by candidates, they had to agree to the declared terms and submit the application form of Karnataka PGCET 2019.
Payment of fee – After submission of the signed declaration, candidates had to pay the application fee. Candidates could pay the fee either online using net banking/credit card/debit card or offline through cash payment at any branch of State Bank of Mysore.
Print out of filled application form – Candidates had to print at least two copies of the filled application form out.
Read the syllabus and get familiar with the exam patternMake a proper study timetable to cover the complete syllabus on timeMake short notes, use flowcharts, diagrams, formulas on a regular basisRevision after completion of each topic is a mustSolving sample papers, practice papers will aid candidates in understanding the weightage, types of questions and difficulty level of the examEat and sleep well to stay rejuvenating while studying
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The admit card of Karnataka PGCET 2019 issued online by Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) on July 12 in online mode. Candidates were able to download the admit card by entering application number and date of birth. Karnataka PGCET 2019 admit card contained personal information of the candidates including candidate’s name, roll number, father’s name, venue, date and time of examination, photograph and signature of candidate. Candidates must check the admit card for discrepancy before downloading the admit card. Candidates failing to produce the admit card at the exam hall on the day of exam will not be allowed to enter the exam venue.
Steps to download Karnataka PGCET Admit Card 2019:
Click on the link
Enter application number and date of birth
Click on ‘Submit’
The admit card will be displayed on screen
Check admit card for discrepancy
After ensuring, download and print copy of admit card
Karnataka PGCET answer key 2019 has been released by KEA. The answer key contains correct answers to all questions asked in the entrance exam. With the help of the answer key, candidates will be able to cross verify answers provided by them in the exam and thus, calculate their probable scores. The Karnataka PGCET 2019 answer key is released in two stages – provisional answer key and final answer key. Candidates can file objection against the provisional answer key by logging in using the required credentials. The conducting authority will scrutinise all objection raised by candidates after which a final answer key will be released.
The result of Karnataka PGCET 2019 has been announced online by Karnataka Examination Authority.. Merit list and rank list will also be released by the conducting body along with the Karnataka PGCET 2019 result. However, separate merit list will be prepared for candidates with valid GATE scores. Merit of candidates will be determined on the basis of scores obtained in Karnataka PGCET and/ or GATE.
Steps to download Karnataka PGCET result 2019:
Click on link
Login using application number
Result and merit list will be displayed in PDF format
After downloading, check score and rank
The cutoff of Karnataka PGCET 2019 is the minimum required scores that candidates must secure to be eligible for admissions in the participating institutes. The conducting body will announce the cutoff after each round of seat allotment in the form of ranks. The Karnataka PGCET 2019 cutoff ranks will differ on the basis of category and preferred institute. Factors such as difficulty level, number of candidates appearing, availability of seats, performance of applicants will determine the cutoff. A separate cutoff list will be prepared for candidates who have applied for Karnataka PGCET 2019 on the basis of GATE scores. The cutoff list will comprise name of college, course, category and last rank of the particular college and course.
Mode of Counselling:
Karnataka PGCET 2019 counselling is conducted by the authorities. Candidates are called for counselling based on their ranks. The process of Karnataka PGCET counselling 2019 is explained below.
Candidates to appear for counselling have to first register. Registration has to be done at the helpline centres. KEA will release the list of helpline centres.
At the help centres, candidates have to submit their original documents for verification. Candidates are called for document verification as per their ranks.
Allotment of secret key
Once candidates documents are verified, a verification slip and secret key are provided. To enter their preferences of choices, candidates have to login with the secret key.
Registration for choice filling
Candidates will have to login with their application number and secret key.
Candidates have to generate a password
They are also required to answer a secret question
After submitting these particulars, candidate’s login ID and password will be generated.
Here candidates have to enter their preferences of choices
Candidates will have to first select the colleges and courses
They can select as many choice possible in order of preferences
Candidates will have to write priority number against the course of institute
Take printout of the filled choices for further reference
Choice filling starts after display of seat matrix
Candidate whose documents will be verified are eligible for entry of options
After completion of option entry, based on the preferences of colleges and merit, the examination authority publishes the mock allotment result.
Mock allotment is shown the indicative seat status. Candidates might not get this seat in real.
Mock allotment is published so that candidates have the option to revise, update, add or delete the entered options.
The Karnataka PGCET 2019 seat allotment result is announced online for the second round. Candidates have to login with the required credentials. Seats are allotted to candidates based on their rank in Karnataka PGCET and preferences exercised by them during choice filling. The allotment of seats is conducted in two rounds.
Reporting to the allotted institutes
Allotted candidates have to reported to the allotted institute to complete the admission process.
Candidates are required to pay the admission fees to book their seat.
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PGCET Qualification: MBA Program
MBA affirmations are offered as full time or part programs. The qualification for each kind is as per the following:
(I) Full-Time MBA course
An applicant more likely than not passed perceived Four year certification of least of 3 years' span or comparable assessment.
A base total of half stamps taken together in every one of the subjects incorporating dialects in every one of the long stretches of the Degree Assessment is qualified for admission to MBA courses.
For SC/ST and Classification I of Karnataka, the total of 45% stamps in Qualifying test is required.
(ii) For Low maintenance MBA courses
The guidelines for this sort continues as before as referenced previously.
Also, applicant more likely than not worked for in any event 3 years in the wake of getting the degree starting at July 31, 2017, in a foundation.
The competitor association must be arranged inside the spiral separation of 40 km from the Foundation in which up-and-comer looks for confirmation
PGCET Qualification: MCA Program
Competitors can take admissions to full-time or low maintenance MCA Projects. Likewise, Karnataka and Non-Karnataka competitors are additionally offered admissions to second year sidelong section to MCA course.
(I) Full/Low maintenance course
Four year college education from a perceived establishment or proportionate assessment.
Arithmetic/Insights/Software engineering/PC Applications/PC Programming/Business Science/Business Measurements any of the discretionary subjects are required at the UG level.
A base total of half checks (45% for SC/ST and Classification I of Karnataka competitors) taken together in every one of the long periods of the Degree Assessment.
In regard of up-and-comer who has examined and passed one of the subjects determined above in Pre-College Course with half of imprints in that subject will likewise be considered for confirmation.
(ii) Parallel Section to second year MCA
Four year certification of least of 3 years' length assessment in BCA, B.Sc. (I.T. /Software engineering) with Science at 10 + 2 level or at Alumni Level.
A base total of half stamps taken together in every one of the long stretches of the Degree Assessment is qualified for admission to MCA courses
For SC/ST and Class I of Karnataka applicants, 45% of imprints in Qualifying Assessment.
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