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Karnataka PGCET 2023 Exam Dates: Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) releases the Karnataka PGCET exam dates along with the event schedule. KEA will conduct the Karnataka PGCET 2023 exam for admission to MBA/MCA, MTech, and MArch courses offered by colleges in Karnataka. The exam is expected to be conducted in the third week of November. Candidates who take the exam will be able to check the Karnataka PGCET answer keys in the first week of December. This article will be updated as soon as KEA releases the schedule for Karnataka PGCET 2023, includingthe application schedule, admit card dates, exam dates, answer key release schedule, and result declaration dates. Scroll down for more information on Karnataka PGCET 2023 dates.
Karnataka PGCET 2023 Event Overview
KEA conducts Karnataka PGCET with the following chronology of events:
- Karnataka PGCET registration
- Karnataka PGCET application form correction
- Issuance of Karnataka PGCET hall ticket
- Conduct of Karnataka PGCET exam
- Publication of Karnataka PGCET answer key
- Karnataka PGCET answer key objection window
- Karnataka PGCET result declaration date
Besides the above mentioned events, KEA also conducts the centralised counselling process for MBA admission.
Karnataka PGCET 2023 Exam Dates & Schedule
Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of Karnataka PGCET 2023 exam
|Dates||Upcoming Exam Dates|
Karnataka PGCET RegistrationTENTATIVE
Objection Facility against Karnataka PGCET answer keyTENTATIVE
Karnataka PGCET 2023 admit card downloadTENTATIVE
Karnataka PGCET exam date for MBA and MCATENTATIVE
Karnataka PGCET exam date for M.E./M.Tech./M.Arch.TENTATIVE
Nov '23 - Dec '23
Release of Karnataka PGCET Provisional Answer KeyTENTATIVE
Release of Karnataka PGCET ResultTENTATIVE
Karnataka PGCET 2023 Important Dates
KEA conducts Karnataka PGCET 2023 for MBA, MCA, M.E., M.Tech and M.Arch admissions in Karnataka. The Karnataka PGCET admission process involves multiple events, including the application process, application form correction, the release of hall ticket, Karnataka PGCET exam, the publication of the PGCET answer key, declaration of result and more. The space below mentions the key highlights of the Karnataka PGCET 2023 exam along with the schedule.
Filling Karnataka PGCET 2023 Application Form
Karnataka PGCET registrations typically start in the month of June. However, for the current session the application forms got delayed. KEA started the Karnataka PGCET 2023 registrations on October 15. As per the Karnataka PGCET notification, candidates were allowed to apply for the exam until October 26. However, interested candidates had to pay the Karnataka PGCET application fee until October 24. The Karnataka PGCET 2023 application process was held entirely online. Candidates were allowed to visit the official website of KEA (kea.kar.nic.in) to complete the PGCET registrations as per the schedule.
KEA also reopened to the Karnataka PGCET registration window from October 27 to October 29. Candidates were allowed to commence the registration under the reopened window from 6 PM. The deadline for completing the Karnataka PGCET application fee payment was 4 PM, October 29. On the contrary, the form submission window was closed by 6 PM on the same day.
Karnataka PGCET 2023 Application Form Correction
Besides the registration, KEA has also facilitated the Karnataka PGCET application form correction window. The window was available for a span of three days. Candidates were allowed to edit the incorrect information (if any) filled during the registration process. As per the Karnataka PGCET important dates, the edit link was facilitated from October 31 to November 2.
Release of Karnataka PGCET Hall Ticket 2023
KEA released the Karnataka PGCET hall ticket online for all the candidates who filled the application form before the last date. As per the Karnataka PGCET information brochure, the hall ticket is released 10 days prior to the exam date. Based on the timeline published by KEA, Karnataka PGCET admission tickets were to be released on November 7. However, KEA released the admit card on November 12. The hall ticket of Karnataka PGCET 2023 hosts details related to the exam, including the test centre details, Karnataka PGCET exam date, personal details related to the applicant and some exam day guidelines. Candidates can download the Karnataka PGCET admit card until the examination day.
Karnataka PGCET 2023 Exam Dates
KEA conducted the Karnataka PGCET exam on November 19 and 20 for different courses. The exam for MBA and MCA courses was conducted on the same day, that is November 20. While the exam for admission to M.E., M.Tech and M.Arch courses was conducted on a single day, that is November 19. The exam for all the courses was conducted in an offline mode. Candidates had to mark the answers in an OMR sheet. Irrespective of the course, Karnataka PGCET 2023 exam had as many as 100 multiple-choice questions.
Also Read: Karnataka PGCET Exam Pattern 2023
Karnataka PGCET 2023 Answer Key Release Date
KEA releases the Karnataka PGCET answer key in two phases. Initially, KEA has released the provisional answer key on November 30, i.e. within 10 days of the exam date. The provisional answer key of the Karnataka PGCET 2023 exam comprises answers to all the questions that appeared in the exam. Candidates are allowed to raise objections against these answers until November 6. Subject matter experts will review the challenges and further release a final answer key. The Karnataka PGCET 2023 final answer key will be released along with the result.
Karnataka PGCET Result Release Date 2023
KEA will release the Karnataka PGCET result along with the final answer key in the month of December. With the exam to be held in the second week of November, candidates can predict the release date of the Karnataka PGCET 2023 result in the third week of December. The results date for the Karnataka PGCET exam will be released on the official website, i.e. kea.kar.nic.in.
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Can someone provide PGCET syllabus and question paper pattern?
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PGCET stands for Post Graduate Common Entrance Test, which is a common entrance examination conducted by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) for admission to various postgraduate courses in the state of Karnataka, India. The syllabus and question paper pattern for PGCET may vary depending ...PGCET stands for Post Graduate Common Entrance Test, which is a common entrance examination conducted by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) for admission to various postgraduate courses in the state of Karnataka, India. The syllabus and question paper pattern for PGCET may vary depending on the course you are applying for. Here's a general overview of the PGCET syllabus and question paper pattern:
The PGCET syllabus includes topics related to the specific course you are applying for. Generally, the syllabus for PGCET includes topics related to the undergraduate course of the specific discipline, as well as general knowledge related to the field. You can find the detailed syllabus for PGCET on the official website of KEA. Question Paper Pattern:
The PGCET question paper pattern consists of multiple-choice questions (MCQs). The total number of questions and the time allotted for the examination may vary depending on the course you are applying for. In general, the PGCET question paper consists of 75-100 MCQs, and the duration of the exam is 2 hours. Each question in the PGCET exam carries 1 mark, and there is no negative marking for wrong answers. The questions in the PGCET exam are designed to test your knowledge, understanding, and application of the concepts related to the specific course. It's important to note that the PGCET syllabus and question paper pattern may be subject to change, so it's always a good idea to check the official website of KEA for the latest information and updates.
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