Karnataka PGCET 2020 postponed; registration window reopens

Karnataka PGCET 2020 postponed; registration window reopens
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NEW DELHI: Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has announced the revised exam dates of Karnataka PGCET 2020. As per the latest notification released by KEA, Karnataka PGCET-2020 entrance exam for admission to MBA, MCA, M.E. / M. Tech / M. Arch courses scheduled for September 6 and 7 have been postponed. Karnataka PGCET 2020 will now be held on October 13 and 14.

The decision to postpone the conduct of Karnataka PGCET 2020 has been taken as different universities and other department exams are scheduled on the same dates.

The authorities have also reopened the Karnataka PGCET registration process from September 16 to 21. Candidates who were earlier not able to apply for the Karnataka PGCET exam can now fill the application form before the last date. The last date for the payment of application fee is September 22 (upto banking hours).

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Revised Schedule

Course Name

Date

Subject

Exam Time

Total Marks

M.E./ M.Tech /

M. Arch

October 13, 2020

Type 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 pm

100

Type A - Courses offered by VTU, UVCE, UBDTCE


02,30 pm to 04.30 pm

100

MCA

October 14, 2020

Admission to 1st Year / 1st Semester

10.30 am to 12.30 pm

100

MBA

October 14, 2020

Admission to 1st Year / 1st Semester

02,30 pm to 04.30 pm

100

Official Notification

1600316808066

About Karnataka PGCET

Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (Karnataka PGCET) is a state-level entrance examination conducted in offline mode. Candidates who will qualify the entrance exam, will be eligible to apply for admission to various participating institutes.

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