PGCET 2020: Dates, Application Form, Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Admit Card, Result, Notification

Exam Date : August 8, 2020 To August 9, 2020

Get admission into the top Private and Government institutions of Karnataka with the help of PGCET 2020. It is a state-level exam that takes admissions into courses such as MBA, MCA, M.Arch, M.Tech, and ME specifically in the state of Karnataka. Want to know more about this exam? Read this complete article to get a fair idea about the preparation, exam pattern, and more.

Latest Updates:

 July 4, 2020: The registration process for PGCET 2020 started on June 15, 2020 and the last date to apply is set as June 28, 2020.

 July 4, 2020: The examination will be conducted on August 8, 2020 and August 9, 2020. The exam schedule is mentioned in detail in the important dates section.

Read more about the Karnataka PGCET application process here.


What is PGCET Exam?

The full form of Karnataka PGCET is Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test. Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA), the Government of Karnataka conducts PGCET for admission into various PG courses in Karnataka. Candidates can get admission into government seats as well as for Management Quota seats through Karnataka PGCET.

Courses Offered: Through Karnataka PGCET 2020 various courses like ME, M.Tech, MCA, MBA, and M.Arch are offered in colleges/universities in Karnataka.

Level: Karnataka PGCET is a state-level entrance examination for admission in universities/ colleges in Karnataka into various PG level courses.

Frequency: KEA conducts Karnataka PGCET once every academic year.

Mode & Type: Examination is an offline exam i.e. Paper and Pen-based Test (PPT) and the paper will be of objective MCQs.

Marks: Question paper will have 100 marks. You will be awarded 1 mark for a correct answer and there are no negative marks.


  • If the candidate is qualified in GATE 2020 and has a valid GATE Score, then he can get admission through this score but he/she has to keep in mind that they have to apply for Karnataka PGCET.
  • Since there is no negative marking candidates can use this to their advantage by attending all questions.

Highlights of Karnataka PGCET 2020 exam is tabulated below:

Karnataka PGCET 2020 at a glance
Name of the Examination Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test
Acronym Karnataka PGCET
Mode of Exam Offline
Exam Category Post Graduate
Exam Type State Level Exam
Authority Karnataka Examination Authority
Date of Exam August 8, 2020 and August 9, 2020
Examination Stream Management, Computer Applications, Technology, and Architecture Courses
Duration & Marks 150 minutes for 100 marks
Type of Questions Objective MCQ's
Official Website

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Exam Date

Karnataka Examination Authority conducts Karnataka PGCET and it releases Karnataka PGCET Dates on their official website. Candidates need to be very cautious about the exam dates such that important events related to dates should not be missed out. Highlights of different dates related to exam are mentioned as below:

  • Application Form: Karnataka PGCET Application Form will be available on the official website of Karnataka PGCET. KEA will release application form on June 15, 2020 and the last date to submit the form is on June 28, 2020.
  • Admit Card: Admit Card for Karnataka PGCET will be available once the candidate has registered successfully. Candidates can access their Karnataka PGCET Admit Card from July 27, 2020. It is compulsory for candidates to carry their Admit Card to the Exam Centre because without admit card they will not be allowed to take part in the exam.
  • Exam Date: Karnataka PGCET 2020 Dates is August 8, 2020 and it is a Pen and Paper-based exam.
  • Results: KEA will declare the Karnataka PGCET Results in the second week of August (tentative).

Candidates need to refer tentative exam dates which are highlighted in the below tabular column:

Exam dates for Karnataka PGCET(Tentative)
Important Events Dates (Tentative)
Notification release of PGCET June 15, 2020
Release of Online Application Form June 15, 2020
Last date to submit the PGCET application form June 28, 2020
Admit Card issue date July 27, 2020
PGCET Exam dates August 8, 2020 to August 9, 2020
Answer Key release date To be announced
Results Declaration To be announced
Counselling for PGCET To be announced

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Eligibility Criteria

KEA sets the eligibility criteria for Karnataka PGCET. If candidates don't satisfy the eligibility criteria then their application will be subject to rejection. KEA has set specific eligibility criteria for specific courses. General eligibility criteria which candidate should satisfy are mentioned below:

  • Qualifications: Candidates should have an Under-Graduate Degree from any recognized College/Universities in India or Abroad.
  • Marks: To be eligible for Karnataka PGCET 2020 candidates must have scored more than 50 percentile for candidates belonging to the general category, and for SC/ ST and OBC candidates they have to score more than 40 percentile.
  • Work Experience: If a candidate wants to apply for a part-time course then he/she should have a minimum work experience of 3 years as on 31st July 2020.

Course-wise eligibility criteria for PGCET exam is given in the table below:

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Eligibility Criteria
Course Eligibility Criteria
MBA Any Bachelor’s degree of 3 years with a minimum of 50% of marks
MCA A Bachelor’s Degree in any one of the Mathematics/Statistics/Computer Science/Computer Applications/Computer Programming/Business Mathematics/Business Statistics with a minimum of 50% of marks.
ME/M.Tech/M.Arch A valid GATE score or a bachelor’s degree of 3 years with a minimum of 50% of marks

Karnataka PGCET Reservation of Seats

Only the candidates who are of Karnataka Origin are eligible to claim the reservation in the Karnataka PGCET. Some important points regarding reservation of seats in Karnataka PGCET are given below:

  • Only Category-1 candidates of Karnataka can claim reservation.
  • Candidates can also claim reservations under the Hyderabad-Karnataka region, provided they are able to produce an eligibility certificate from that concerned Assistant Commissioner.
  • Candidates who are wards of ex-servicemen can avail the reservation if they obtain a certificate of their parent’s home address issued by the Joint Director/Deputy Director of the concerned district and is countersigned by the Director of the Department of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement, Bangalore.
  • Candidates who have 40% or more disability have a reservation of 3% of the total seats in Government and Government Aided Colleges.

PGCET 2020 Syllabus

KEA tests candidates' strength in subjects which he/she has opted in their UG. Therefore the Karnataka PGCET 2020 Syllabus for candidates will depend on the course which they had selected in their UG. And will also on the course, they are planning to take in their PG through Karnataka PGCET.

Topics: Topics for each course differs from each other. Candidates should be clear on topics that they have studied in their UG. They should try to increase their grasp on these topics.

Note: Candidates can refer the books such as Karnataka PGCET ME/ M.Tech Entrance Test Computer Science Engineering by Chandresh Agrawal, Karnataka PGCET MBA Entrance Test by Chandresh Agrawal. They can also refer to the Karnataka PGCET MCA Entrance Test Study Package by Chandresh Agrawal and much more for the exam.

How to Prepare for Karnataka PGCET?

Preparation for any Exam is of two types. The preparation that is done through coaching centres - where you go to the center that teaches you concepts, and then there is self-preparation, where you try your best at beating the exam alone. People generally prefer coaching centres because those centres provide us with a fixed schedule and resources to prepare for the exam, and in turn, we have to pay them.

Self-determined students can motive themselves in order to give the exam. Preparation tips for giving the exam are notified as below:

Secure all the sources relevant to PGCET

Before starting your preparation for the exam make sure that you secured all of the relevant material that would be useful for you. There are numerous study materials and reference books out there. Out of them, you need to select the right ones that you think would actually help you in your preparation for PGCET. Gathering all of this will give you a clear picture of how much you have to complete over the period you have allotted yourself.

Construct a Custom Preparation Schedule

Preparation for an exam doesn't be fruitful if you are not following a definite structure. Thus, you need to create a proper schedule that is suitable for your day to day life. It should incorporate the equal distribution of study sessions for each subject, some time for solving previous year papers, and most importantly periodic revisions.

But just constructing a good schedule for sake of creating one is of no use. You have to commit yourself to that schedule until your goal is reached.

Evaluate and Improve Yourself

If you are not periodically evaluating yourself you would never know where you are lacking and where you are strong. So you need to attempt all sample question papers, mock tests you can get your hands upon. There are so many of them available on the internet. By taking these tests you will be able to evaluate yourself and then try to improve accordingly.

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Exam Pattern

Karnataka PGCET is an offline exam i.e. Paper & Pen-based Test (PPT). Karnataka PGCET 2020 exam question paper has two sections. Each of the paper is designed to test the knowledge of candidates in their subject specialization.

Question & Duration: Questions will be of objective type MCQ's and time is given to complete the test will be 2 hours 30 minutes i.e. 150 Minutes.

Marks: Question paper of Karnataka PGCET will have 100 marks in total, each and every answer correct answer will fetch 1 mark and there is no negative marking in the exam.

The following table contains course wise marks distribution in the PGCET examination.

Course-wise Pattern for Karnataka PGCET 2020
Course Parts Number of Questions Marks
M.E/ M.Arch Part-A 50 Questions 50 marks
Part-B 25 questions 50 marks
MBA Part-A 50 Questions 50 marks
Part-B 50 Questions 50 marks
MCA Part-A 60 Questions 60 marks
Part-B 20 Questions 40 marks

Learn more about Karnataka PGCET Exam Pattern.

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Registration

KEA will release the Application Form on its official website from June 15, 2020. Karnataka PGCET Application Form Details along with the application process and documents required are given below. Candidates can read the information given below to get details about Karnataka PGCET Application Process.

  • Registration: First you have to visit the official website and register yourself as a new user.
  • Filling up the application form: Once you have registered yourself you will receive your user ID and password in your registered email id. You can log in and fill the application form with the required details.
  • Uploading required documents: You will have to upload your latest colored photograph, signature, parents' signature and your left thumb impression.
  • Accepting Declaration and Submitting the form: Once you have entered your details and uploaded all documents, you can proofread your application form and make sure there are no mistakes. Now post it, and you will see a pop-up giving some declarations. Click agree and submit the application form.
  • Application Fee Payment: Candidates will have to pay an application fee of INR 650 (for general candidates) or INR 500 (for reserved candidates).

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Application Form

Students can apply to Karnataka PGCET only through an online application form. Various details that candidates need to know before applying are mentioned as below:

  • Registration Date: Karnataka PGCET 2020 Application Form will be available on June 15, 2020 on the official website and the last date to submit form is on June 28, 2020.
  • Mode of payment: Candidates can pay the Karnataka PGCET Registration Fee either through online or offline mode.
  • Online payment: Applicants can make their payment for Karnataka PGCET 2020 using a Debit/ Credit Card or Net Banking and should take a printout of the receipt for further process.
  • Documents: Aspirants will have to scan and upload the required documents in the given size, format, and dimension.

Uploading the Required Documents

Candidates have to upload their documents in the specified dimensions, size, and format specified by KEA. These details are given in the table below:

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Required Documents
Document Dimensions Format Additional Details

File Size: 5KB - 40KB

Dimension: 3.5 cm X 4.5 cm

JPG/JPEG It should be a recent passport size color photograph.

File Size: 5KB - 40KB

Dimension: 3.5 cm X 4.5 cm

JPG/JPEG The candidate should sign on a white paper with blue or black ink. And signature should not be in capital letters
Left Thumb Impression

File Size: 5KB - 40KB

Dimension: 3.5 cm X 4.5 cm

JPG/JPEG Thumbprints should be clear and should be taken in blue or black ink.

Documents required for Karnataka PGCET

Various documents which you need have for Karnataka PGCET are mentioned as below:

  • Recent Photograph
  • Signature
  • Thumb Print
  • Class 10 Marks Card
  • Class 12 Marks Card
  • Undergraduate Marks Card
  • Caste Certificate (If applicable)
  • IT certificate (If applicable)

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Admit Card

Hall ticket is available online from July 27, 2020 on the official website. Candidates will have to remember that Karnataka PGCET Admit Card will neither be dispatched nor be sent via email or post or courier under any circumstances.

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Admit Card will contain details such as Candidate’s Name, Passport size photograph, Signature of the candidate, Date of Exam, Time of Exam, Venue of the Examination Centre and Important instructions regarding the examination.

You should keep a copy of your Karnataka PGCET Admit Card till the end of your admission process.

How to download Karnataka PGCET Admit Card?

You have to visit the official website of Karnataka PGCET. Steps for downloading the Admit Card from the official website are as follows:

Step 1: Log in using your credentials which are application ID and Password.

Step 2: Now click on "Get Admit Card" and you will be able to access your admit card.

Step 3: Download admit card and take the printout in an A4 size sheet.

Documents required along with PGCET Admit Card

Candidate should take some valid id proof along with admit card on the day of the exam. Valid id card can be any one of the following:

  • College Id Card
  • Pan Card
  • License
  • Aadhar Card
  • Passport
  • Voter Id.

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Exam Centers

Based on their preferences, Candidates have to choose their Karnataka PGCET Exam Centres which is convenient for them while filling the Application Form. There are 16 Karnataka PGCET Exam Centres across Karnataka. Candidates will have to keep in mind that once a Karnataka PGCET Exam Centre is selected, it cannot be changed under any circumstances. The following table contains the list of test centres for the PGCET examination.

List of Test Cities in Karnataka
Bangalore Davanagere Gulbarga Dharwad
Hubli Bijapur Shimoga Mangalore
Mysore Belgaum Bagalkot Tumkur
Bellary Raichur Mandya Chikkamagaluru

Note: The final centre that is allotted for the candidate will be mentioned on the PGCET Admit Card of the candidate.

PGCET 2020 Result

KEA will announce Karnataka PGCET Results on the 2nd week of August (tentative). Candidates can check their Karnataka PGCET Results by visiting the official website.

KEA will release the answer within 3 days of the Karnataka PGCET Exam Date. Students can use this answer key to estimate a rough score by cross-checking their answers with it.

Merit list will be prepared separately for MBA, MCA, ME / M.Tech / M.Arch. PGCET Merit list will be solely be based on marks obtained in the written exam i.e. Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test.

Note: Candidates who are applying for Karnataka PGCET through GATE Score are required to check their GATE Results.

How to check Karnataka PGCET Result?

Steps to check Karnataka PGCET 2020 Result are given below:

  • Step 1: You need to visit the official website of Karnataka PGCET.
  • Step 2: Candidates need to click on the result tab.
  • Step 3: Enter your credentials.
  • Step 4: Candidates need to click on "Submit".
  • Step 5: Karnataka PGCET Results will be displayed on screen and candidates can download the results for future references.

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Cut Off

Details regarding Karnataka PGCET Cut Off are given below:

  • KEA will release Karnataka PGCET Cut Off ranks for all disciplines course wise, category wise and college wise on the official website.
  • Cut off can be referred by students to get an idea about which college he/she might get.
  • You should give options in Karnataka PGCET Counselling purely based on your interests.
  • After cut off ranks are released, you are advised to make a list of colleges which you want to join based on your cut off and your interest

PGCET 2020 Counselling

Karnataka PGCET Counselling process is expected to be conducted on 2nd week of September (tentative). KEA conducts the counselling both through online mode via option entry by candidates.

There are five stages in the Karnataka PGCET 2020 Counselling process which are the Online Registration, Verification of Documents, Filling of Preference Form, Seat Allotment, and Reporting to the Allotted College.

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Counselling Documents Required

Documents which candidates need to submit during Karnataka PGCET Counselling are mentioned as below:

  • Print out of Application Form.
  • Original Copy of the Chalan.
  • Admit Card.
  • Class X or equivalent Marks Card.
  • Class XII or equivalent Marks Card.
  • Degree marks card of all semesters/ years.
  • Provisional Degree Certificate/Degree Certificate/Course completion certificate.
  • Study Certificate (If applicable).
  • Two recent photographs(passport size.

Courses Offered

5 courses are offered through Karnataka PGCET and they are listed in the table below:

Karnataka PGCET 2020 Courses
S.No. Courses Offered
1 MCA (For Normal and Lateral Entry; Only Full Time)
2 MBA (For admission into the 1st year; Both Part-time and Full Time)
3 M.Tech (Both Part-Time and Full Time)
4 ME (Both Part-Time and Full Time)
5 M.Arch (Both Part-Time and Full Time)

Contact Details

In case of any discrepancies at any stage of the exam contact the exam conducting authorities. Their contact information is given below:


18th Cross, Sampige Road,

Malleshwaram West,

Bengaluru, Karnataka 560012.

Phone: 080 - 23460460

Fax: 080 - 23461576


E-Mail: [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

Eligibility criteria are different for MCA, MBA, M.Tech and M.Arch programmes. Please go through the eligibility section for complete information.

Karnataka PGCET exam will be conducted in the offline mode.

Karnataka PGCET exam pattern is different for MCA, MBA, M.Tech and M.Arch programmes. Please go through the exam pattern section for complete information.

There is no negative marking. So the candidates need to answer all the questions.

Candidates can obtain the admit card from July 1, 2020 onwards.

PGCET (Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test) is a state level entrance examination conducted by Karnataka Education Authority. Through Karnataka PGCET, candidates to get admission in various postgraduate courses in Karnataka.

Candidates can avail the PGCET application form on the official website from June 15, 2020.

Yes, You can pay the application fee online.

The application fee for General and OBC candidates is INR 650 and it is INR 500 for SC/ST candidates.

Candidates should prepare on Graduate level topics to appear for PGCET.

The examination is conducted once in every academic year by KEA.

If the candidate has valid GATE score there is no need to attend the Karnataka PGCET.

No, only objective type questions will be asked.

The examination will be conducted in the offline mode i.e, Paper & Pen-Based Test (PBT).

Although both PGCET and PGECET exams are conducted for admission into Post Graduate Courses such as MBA, MCA, M.Tech, M.E, M.Pharm, M.Sc etc., there is a difference in terms of what are all the courses offered by their respective conducting authorities. Full form of PGCET is Post-Graducate Common Entrance Test and full form of PGECET is Post-Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test. The list of such entrance exams along with their offerings is given below:

The following Documents are needed during the PGCET application

  • 10th class Marks Card
  • 12th class Marks Card
  • Undergraduate Marks Card
  • Valid ID proof
  • Scanned copy of candidate’s passport sized photograph
  • Scanned copy of candidate’s signature
  • Scanned copy of candidate’s parent signature
  • Scanned copy of the candidate’s left thumb impression
  • Caste Certificate (If applicable)
  • Income Certificate (If applicable)

All the scanned copies should meet the following criteria:

  • File size must be in between 5KB to 40KB
  • File dimensions must be in between 3.5cm to 4.5cm
  • File format must be JPG or JPEG

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Colleges which accept [PGCET]

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Master of Business Administration [MBA], batch of 2021
05 Jun 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

I got into BMS through PGCET. The eligibility criteria to sit for PGCET was minimum 50% of agregate in Under graduaction with all the subjects cleared and no backlogs. Since the exam was conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority, we had to follow the guidelines given by KEA to complete the admission process which would be put up on the KEA website. The students getting admitted to BMS through managemnet seat will have to sit for an interview conducted by the respective department. On the day of admission, we had to submit our documents to the college for verification along with the challan of fee payment to the university. We had to pay university fees to block our seats. After the verification, we had to pay the college fee. 

The cutoffs for the course depends on several factors. I had a ranking of 428 in PGCET. This does not go the same with all the students getting into the particular course. 

Want to get in ?

Master of Business Administration [MBA], batch of 2019
11 Mar 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

I got admission through PGCET entrance exam. This college was on my top priority as the campus culture is so electrifying and student friendly.

Want to get in ?
Master of Science [M.Sc] (Mathematics), batch of 2019
05 Nov 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The eligibility was graduation in BSc maths. I took the ANU PGCET and Depend on our marks and category you will get admission.

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Master of Commerce [M.Com], batch of 2019
28 Oct 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The minimum eligibility requirement admission to M.Com program must hold B.Com Degree with minimum 50% marks. PGCET EXAM with 55% and above.

Want to get in ?
Master of Computer Application [MCA], batch of 2019
28 Oct 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process


Want to get in ?
Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Environmental Engineering), batch of 2021
23 Oct 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

I should get cutoff rank required for the college PGCET. 4200 is the PGCET cutoff in this college.

Want to get in ?
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com], batch of 2019
12 Sep 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

• I wrote PGCET entrance exam for MBA

• Cutoffs were 20,000

Want to get in ?
Master of Technology [M.Tech], batch of 2020
31 Jul 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

My name is Madhu, studying my Master's in -" Industrial Engineering" in MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology, presently I am going through the second year. Choosing MSRIT is one of the best decisions in my life, as it provides me a good opportunity to learn and improve my skills. Where it offers a Masters program for various streams according to the respected branches. As I completed my Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical, I opted "Industrial Engineering" as my Masters Program, so that it will be useful to achieve my goals successfully.

Eligibility Criteria

Minimum Eligibility is that one should have completed his/her graduation in a reputed Universities, to get Master's in MSRIT

Entrance Exam

For a seat in MSRIT depends on entrance examinations like GATE, Karnataka PGCET, and Management Seats. Each branch has different streams, where according to the Undergraduate Course we have to select our course. 

As soon as I completed my Graduation, I have taken the PGCET exam, and I scored the rank of 1979, which made it easy for the allotment through KEA(Karnataka Examinations Authority) I got allowed for the two years of  Master's Program in Industrial Engineering. The cutoff will be depended on the streams where Scoring less than 10,000 ranks, will have an opportunity to get Seat in MSRIT.

Admission procedure

Admission procedure will be taken through a half long day, where initially you have to enter all the details in an Online Portal, in the college itself, they will provide a system for each and every student, so we have to fill all the required data, then manual verification of documents will be carried out, by admission chiefs, later they will collect the documents, then the payment of fee will be carried out later at the final procedure.



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Master of Technology [M.Tech] (CAD/ CAM), batch of 2020
21 Jun 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

For engineering KCET entrance test and for masters PGCET. Good college. Nice college environment. Beautiful library.

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Master of Pharmacy [M.Pharm] (Pharmacology), batch of 2017
21 Jun 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

PGCET and my eligibility criteria was B.Pharm. Just get a seat by appearing in the PGCET exam and getting a decent rank and no negative marking, 100 out of 200 might secure a seat.

Discussion Forum

I want to know that if PGCET has a negative marking ?

I want to know that if PGCET has a negative marking ?

Asked By: mohit,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Mohit,

There is no negative marking in PGCET. The exam pattern of PGCET explains everything related to the marking scheme.


Can a non Karnataka student apply for PGCET exam?

Can a non Karnataka student apply for PGCET exam?

Asked By: anshul,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Anshul,

The candidates from other states can also appear for PGCET.

Click here to know about PGCET Eligibility criteria.

Candidate from Kerala or other States for Karnataka PGCET

I am from Kerela & I don't have a Karnataka residency certificate nor am I a domicile of the state. I am a Graduate in Computer Engineering. Will I be able to apply for PGCET?

Asked By: Jyothilekshmi R M,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

No, you cannot apply for Karnataka PGCET.

Only individuals who are a resident of Karnataka or are a Domicile of Karnataka are eligible to apply for Karnataka PGCET.

Karnataka PGCET Eligibility Criteria for MCA

I have been studying in Karnataka for the past 5 years. So, am I eligible to take up PGCET?

Asked By: Phani Sruthi,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Yes, you are eligible for Karnataka PGCET.

The candidates looking in to gain admissions to MCA through Karnataka PGCET need to fulfil the following Eligibility Criterias:

  • Completed a three-year graduate degree after completion of 10+2, in any stream. The degree will have to be recognised by the state authority. The marks required at graduation level for all candidates is 50 per cent. The candidate must have compulsorily studied  Maths/Stats/Computer Science/Computer Applications/Business Maths, Computer Programming/Business Statistics as one of his/her optional subjects to satisfy the Eligibility Criteria.
  • For candidates of scheduled caste, scheduled tribe, other backwards classes and physically handicapped categories the requisite marks is set at 45 per cent to satisfy eligibilty criteria.

Mathematics for Karnataka PGCET Computer Engineering Test

What all topics come under Mathematics for Karnataka PGCET Computer Engineering Test?

Asked By: Manu Susheel,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

The main topics under Engineering Mathematics that should be covered by a candidate opting for CS Engineering through Karnataka PGCET are as follows:

  • Mathematical Logic: Propositional Logic, First Order Logic.
  • Probability: Conditional Probability, Mean, Median, Mode and Standard Deviation, Random Variables, Distributions, Uniform, Normal, Exponential, Poisson, Binomial.
  • Set Theory & Algebra: Sets, Relations, Functions, Groups, Partial Orders, Lattice, Boolean Algebra.
  • Combinatorics: Permutations, Combinations, Counting, Summation, Generating functions, Recurrence relations, Asymptotic.

Karnataka PGCET 2017 MCA seat

If I attempt the PGCET exam. Will I get a MCA seat?

Asked By: Claret George,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Yes, the candidate will get a MCA seat as it is one of the courses offered by the Authority.

Karnataka PGCET 2017 State backed exam

Is the PGCET exam a state-backed exam?

Asked By: Banu Prakash,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Yes, the Karnataka PGCET exam is a state-backed entrance exam.

Karnataka PGCET 2017 MCA course

Does the authority offer a MCA course?

Asked By: Bhanu J,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Yes, the Board or Authority offers a MCA course.

Karnataka PGCET 2017 Purpose

Why is the Karnataka PGCET exam conducted?

Asked By: Anvita Mehta,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

The Karnataka PGCET exam is conducted for candidates who are seeking admissions into MCA, MBA and M.E/M.Tech/M. Arch courses in Karnataka.

Karnataka PGCET 2017 Overview

Can you give me a brief about the Karnataka PGCET exam?

Asked By: Amitesh Jha,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

The Post Graduate Entrance Test is also known as Karnataka PGCET. It is a state-backed, national level entrance test. It is conducted for candidates who are seeking admissions into MCA, MBA and M.E/M.Tech/M. Arch courses in Karnataka. The exam is conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority. The candidates who have already qualified in GATE need not appear for the exam. The candidates who have not qualified in GATE must appear for the exam to avail admissions.