Karnataka PGCET MCA 2014 Eligibility - Written examination of Post Graduate Common Entrance Test MCA 2014 is scheduled to be conducted on June 30, 2014 by Rani Chanamma University on behalf of Association of Private Management Institutions of North Karnataka (APMINK). Candidates desirous of appearing for the entrance examination are advised to read the below point regarding Karnataka PGCET MCA 2014 Eligibility Criteria for the current academic session 2014.
For any doubts and queries students can call the Karnataka PGCET MCA Exam 2014 Helpline at 011-40360360
The entrance examination is conducted to offer admission for three years full time Masters of Computer Application course to candidates depending on their performance in the written examination. Admissions for lateral entry (second year of MCA) and part time MCA courses is offered through the karnataka PGCET MCA 2014 exam.
Eligibility Criteria for Karnataka PGCET MCA 2014
Qualified candidates as per their merit will be offered admission for MCA course at Government Colleges, University Departments, University Post Graduate Centers and the Private Unaided Institutions located in Karnataka state.
NOTE: Aggregate percentage of marks will be calculated as the sum of the marks scored by the candidate in all the subjects in the Bachelor Degree examination. The total marks will be divided by the sum of maximum marks of all these subjects of the course multiplied by 100.
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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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