Karnataka PGCET 2023 Exam Today; Check Exam Day Guidelines

Karnataka PGCET 2023 Exam Today; Check Exam Day Guidelines

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Abhishek Dhawan
Senior Executive – Content
New Delhi, Updated on Sep 24, 2023 00:59 IST

KEA is conducting Karnataka PGCET exam 2023 for MBA and MCA today, September 24. Check crucial exam day guidelines here.

Karnataka PGCET Exam Day Guidelines

Karnataka PGCET 2023 Exam Today; Check Exam Day Guidelines Here

Karnataka PGCET 2023 exam is conducted for admission to PG professional courses for admission in Karnataka state. KEA commenced the PGCET exam yesterday, with exam for engineering courses conducted successfully on September 23. The Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test 2023 will take place for MBA and MCA courses today, September 24. If you haven't already, you can still obtain your admit card from the official website, cetonline.karnataka.gov.in.

Download Karnataka PGCET 2023 Admit Card Here

Karnataka PGCET Exam 2023: Details Mentioned in Hall Ticket

Candidates come across the following details mentioned on the PGCET Karnataka hall ticket:

  • Candidate’s roll number
  • Exam centre details
  • Exam venue
  • Exam date & time
  • Exam day guidelines

Please note that KEA does not send admission tickets for PGCET by post or email. If you have applied for Karnataka PGCET 2023, you can download your admit card now. To complete the Karnataka PGCET hall ticket download process, you will need your login credentials, which include your registration number and the first four letters of your name.

Karnataka PGCET 2023: Exam Day Guidelines

  • Prior to the PGCET 2023 exam, candidates are advised to thoroughly review their hall ticket.
  • To avoid any potential issues, it is highly recommended that candidates arrive at the exam centre before the reporting time.
  • Please note that electronic devices such as mobile phones, calculators, and Bluetooth will not be permitted during the exam.
  • Before departing for the exam, candidates should ensure that their admit card is safely stored in their bag. 
  • Furthermore, candidates should bring a valid ID proof and two passport-size photographs.
  • It is strongly suggested that candidates get sufficient rest the night before the exam to prevent feeling fatigued during the test.

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