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Karnataka PGCET 2019

Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) for M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch is conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority for admissions to M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch courses in various government and private colleges and institutions within the state of Karnataka.

Karnataka PGCET 2019 for M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch Eligibility Criteria

  1. Candidates should have successfully completed their graduation in Engineering in their respective discipline with a minimum of 50% (45% in case of SC, ST and Category-I Karnataka candidates) marks from a recognised university or institution.

Karnataka PGCET 2019 for M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch Application Process

  1. Candidates are required to apply online by visiting the official website:- http://kea.kar.nic.in

  2. They need to upload the scanned images of his / her latest passport size Photograph, Signature and Left Hand Thumb Impression in JPG format only.

  3. Fill up all the information with appropriate details. The application process is finally complete with the payment of the application fees.

  4. Candidates are also advised to take a print out of the completed Application Form for future reference.

Karnataka PGCET 2019 for M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch Application Fees

  • General category and OBC: Rs. 650/-
  • SC / ST Category-1 of candidates belonging to Karnataka: Rs.500/-
The payment can be made online by using net banking/credit/debit cards or through e-challan by downloading three copies from the official website and making the payment in any of the branch of specified banks. The bank will retain bank copy of the Challan respectively and handover the remaining two copies of the Challan to the candidates.

Karnataka PGCET 2019 for M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch Exam Pattern

a) M.Tech of Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in Mathematics and Computer Science of  Kuvempu University and Department of Studies in Computer Science, University of Mysore, is as follows:
  • Number of Questions: 75
  • Question Type: Multiple Choice Questions
  • Total Marks : 100
  • 50 Questions – 1 Mark each : 50 X 1 = 50
  • 25 Questions – 2 Mark each : 25 X 2 = 50
b) M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch  programs of VTU / UBDTCE and UVCE

(I) Written Test will be conducted in NINE disciplines
 i) Civil Engineering
 ii) Chemical Engineering
iii)  Computer Science Engineering
iv) Environmental Engineering
v) Textile Engineering
vi) Polymer Science
vii) Architecture
viii) Bio-Technology

Total Number of Questions: 75 Multiple Choice Questions
Total Marks  : 100
50 Questions – 1 Mark each : 50 X 1 = 50
25 Questions – 2 Mark each : 25 X 2 = 50

(II) Electrical Science, this includes -
a) Electrical and Electronics Engineering (E & E)
b) Electronics and Communication Engineering (E & C)
c) Telecommunication Engineering (TC)
d) Instrumentation Technology (IT)
e) Bio-Medical Engineering (BME)
f) Medical Electronics (ME)
g) Allied branches of Electrical Science (ABE)

Question paper will consist of part-A and part-B.
Part-A is common to -
h) Electrical and Electronics Engineering (E & E)
i) Electronics and Communication Engineering (E & C)
j) Telecommunication Engineering (TC)
k) Instrumentation Technology (IT)
l) Bio-Medical Engineering (BME)
m) Medical Electronics (ME)
n) Allied branches of Electrical Science (ABE)         

Total Number of Questions : 45
Marks: 60
30 Questions Carrying 1 mark each: 30 X 1 = 30
15 Questions carrying 2 mark each: 15 X 2 = 30

Part-B is specific to candidates belonging to respective branch of specialization of engineering and consists of total number of questions: 30
Marks: 40

20 Questions carrying 1 mark each: 20 X 1 = 20
10 Questions carrying 2 mark each: 10 X 2 = 20
Marks = 40

Grand Total Part – A Part-B = 75 Questions
100 marks

ix) Mechanical Science, this includes
a) Mechanical Engineering (MC)
b) Industrial and Production Engineering (IPE)
c) Industrial and Engineering Management (IEM)
d) Automobile Engineering (AE)
e) Manufacturing Science and Engineering (MSE)
f) Allied Branches of Mechanical Science (ABM)
Question paper will consist of Part-A and Part-
Part-A is common to (a) M.E. (b) IPE (c) IEM (d) AE (e) MSE (f) ABM
Total number of questions: 45
Marks: 60

30 questions carrying 1 mark each: 30 X 1 = 30
15 questions carrying 2 mark each: 15 X 2 = 30
Total: 60 Marks

Part-B is specific to candidates belonging to respective branch of specialization of engineering and consists of
Total number of questions: 30
Marks: 40
20 Questions carrying 1 Mark each: 20 X 1 = 20
10 Questions carrying 2 mark each : 10 X 2 = 20
Total: 40 Marks

Grand Total: Part-A Part-B = 75 questions
Marks = 100

N.B. All questions are compulsory and hence there is no negative marking for incorrect answers.

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