Karnataka PGCET MCA 2014 written exam held on June 30
State level Karnataka PGCET MCA 2014 examination was conducted successfully on June 30, 2014 across all 11 test centers located in Karnataka state. Talking to Careers360, an exam official told that paper-pencil based exam was conducted in fair manner on and invigilators were alert to cross check the information mentioned in the admit card.
For any doubts and queries students can call the Karnataka PGCET MCA Exam 2014 Helpline at 011-40360360
According to media reports, nearly 5,331 candidates have registered for the written examination to seek admission for full time Masters of Computer Application courses at University Departments, University Post Graduate Centers, Government aided and private institutes located within the State.
Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test was conducted by the Rani Channamma University on behalf of Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) to offer admission to approximately 4,500 MCA seats for the current academic year.
As per the scheduled plan, the exam timing was from 3:00 am to 5:00 pm. Karnataka PGCET MCA 2014 paper pattern comprised of 80 objective type questions and the paper was divided into two sections- Part A, contained will contain 60 questions of one mark each and Part B will contain 20 questions of two marks each. Negative marking scheme is not applicable.
Official Karnataka PGCET MCA 2014 answer key is expected to be released on or after July 1, 2014. Result declaration will be done on July 7, 2014.
Seat allotment to qualifying candidates will be done on the basis of merit/marks scored by them in the written examination. It has to be noted that Karnataka Candidates are eligible for admission to government seats for both “Reserved and General Category” and “Management Seats”, whereas non-Karnataka candidates are eligible for admission to surrendered Management seats only.
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Questions related to Karnataka PGCET
how to apply online pgcet exam?
You can register for Karnataka PGCET 2020 by filling the application form via the official website i.e. kea.kar.nic.in. The forms are available from 30th may. The last day to fill the application form is June 20, 2020 (tentative) .Go to the ‘New User or Register here tab.Fill the required details such as Name, Gender, Contact Details, etc.You will then receive a User ID and Password on the email ID and mobile number provided by them. Pay the required fees. The payment can be made through any branch of the specified bank but not online.
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how to start preparing for karnataka PGCET
Karnataka PGCET is not so tough exam when compared to exam like GATE.A good strategy in right direction can help you to crack this exam.
First go through the syllabus and arrange the books and other resources.Next, get oast 10-15 years question papers and start analyzing them thoroughly.After a 15 days if doing all above, start the preparation and side by side solve the previous year question papers.
After completing the syllabus, join a good online mock series and give a final touch will revising through mocks.
I need the Karnataka PGCET question papers for last 3 years or so. I looked for it but unable to find, mainly the last 3 years. Can you please provide me any links or something through which i can get those?
You can download the previous years question papers/ sample paper for karnataka PGCET from the following article link - https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/karnataka-pgcet-sample-papers
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I am doing my BCA in bangalore but have not done schooling here. Moreover i am not a local. Will i be eligible to write PGCET and if so can you please tell me the cut-off marks and the necessary details.
You can apply for PGCET even if you are not a local resident and you can also apply for lateral entry.The eligibility criteria requires you to have Bachelors Degree of minimum of 3 years duration examination in BCA, B.Sc. (I.T. / Computer Science) with Mathematics at 10 + 2 level or at Graduate Level.A minimum aggregate of 50% marks taken together in all the years of the Degree Examination is eligible for admission to MCA courses.
Cutoff changes every year depending on various factors like number of seats and number of candidates appeared.
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can u sent mba Karnataka pgcet study materials
Apart from textbooks and preparation strategies, you need good study material to get through this exam. Here are some suggestions which may help you.
Times of India
These are some suggestions, hope it helps you.
Best of luck!!