The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has started the admission process for PG courses. The PGCET is conducted for admission to part-time and full-time PG courses in affiliated institutes. From September 16, the students who are seeking admission in PG courses will be able to apply online using the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) official website.
A candidate who have cleared the UG level in the respective subject, is only eligible for the Karnataka PGCET. The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has also posted the details of eligibility criteria on their official website.
Using the official website — pgcetapplication2021, the candidates now can able to register themselves by filling the basic details and submitting the application form via online itself.
The PGCET will be conducted for a total of 100 marks. Based on the programmes opted and disciplines chosen by the candidates, the question pattern and allotment of marks will differ. There are no negative marks for wrong answers. The eligibility test is conducted on pen-paper mode.
Students have to first register themselves with their names, parents’ names, fathers’ native states, genders, dates of birth, candidates’ place of birth, contact details including mobile numbers and email ids so as to apply for the KEA PGCET 2021.
Once done with the registration, the applicants will be redirected to apply online for admission to PG courses with information on educational qualifications and pay the fees online.