COMEDK UGET 2018 to be conducted on May 13

COMEDK UGET 2018 to be conducted on May 13
Prabha Dhavala | Jun 26, 2018 - 6:59 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, MAY 12: The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) will conduct COMEDK UGET 2018 entrance exam on May 13 across 140 cities in India. The exam will be conducted in online mode and will be of three hours duration. Admit cards for the exam is available till May 12.

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Candidates who sit in the exam will be considered for admission to B.Tech courses offered by the participating institutes based on their COMEDK UGET scores. In total, there are 160 participating institutes all of which are located in the state of Karnataka.

Important Dates

Event

Dates

COEMDK UGET Entrance exam

May 13, 2018

Publication of Provisional Answer Key

May 17, 2018

Publication of Final Answer Key

May 25, 2018

Declaration of Result

May 28, 2018

Exam Pattern of COMEDK UGET

The exam will include a total of 180 questions, 60 each from physics, chemistry and mathematics. Questions type will be objective. Each question will have four answer options, out of which one will be the correct option. For correct answer, the candidate will be awarded 1 mark; there is no negative marking.

The three-hour test will comprise of two parts – part I will be a combined test of physics and chemistry and will be of 2 hours duration. Part II, on the other hand, will include questions from mathematics and has to be completed in 1 hour. Candidates must attempt both the parts.

Since it is a computer-based exam, candidates will have to enter their responses using a mouse and a keyboard.

The exam conducting authorities had earlier made available mock tests so that candidates get an idea as to the type of questions asked, marking scheme and importantly to help them get familiar with the functionalities of the online exam.

Release of answer keys

After conclusion of the exam, exam authorities will first release provisional answer keys which can be used by candidates to calculate probable scores. To calculate probable scores, the candidate has to count the total number of correct and incorrect responses, and use the official marking scheme. There is also a provision to challenge the provisional keys, but the candidate will have to furnish sufficient evidence to make a successful claim. The fee for challenging a single answer key is Rs. 500.

The final answer key will be published on May 25 after considering all complaints. Also, unlike the provisional keys, no complaints against the final keys will be entertained.

Declaration of Result

The result of the entrance exam will be out on May 28 in online mode. It must be noted that the result will be declared only for those candidates who have qualified in the entrance exam. To check their results, candidates will have to log into result portal using their registered user id and password.

The result will include details like the score and rank of the candidate, along with other information like roll and application number.

Based on the result, a merit list will be prepared for shortlisting candidates for counselling, which will be conducted in offline mode. The counselling process will include steps like registration, document verification, fee payment, and choice filling and locking. The dates schedule is not announced yet, but it is likely that it will start in the 2nd week of June.


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