Karnataka PGCET 2018 Results will be declared in the month of July 2018 by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). Participants can download their Karnataka PGCET result by accessing the official website of KEA www.kea.kar.nic.in.
Karnataka PGCET (PG Common Entrance Test) is a state level exam organizeed by KEA (Karnataka Examinations Authority). It is held for admitting candidates into different full-time and part-time Post Graduate courses provideed by the affiliated institutes across the state.
The results will be declared on the official website of KEA. All the important dates regarding the result and admission procedure of Karnataka PGCET 2018 are given below:
|Announce of PGCET 2018 Response Key||1st week of July 2018|
|PGCET 2018 Result||3rd week of July 2018|
|Official site for Result releasement||www.kea.kar.nic.in|
|PGCET 2018 Merit list||4th week of July 2018|
|Counseling and Admission procedure starts||August 2018|
Karnataka PGCET 2018 Results will be released in the 3rd week of July 2018 on the official website. Karnataka PGCET 2018 result can be accessed online by following these few easy steps: The organizing body will publish the rank list in a PDF pattern. Students can search the link concerned to the results of the entrance exam to view the rank list.
Karnataka PGCET 2018 Results will be available to participants in the form of the rank list. Karnataka PGCET 2018 Rank list will contain basic information about the aspirant and his result. Students are advised to browse the official website regularly to know the exam concerned updates. The scores obtained by applicants in the exam will be valid only for the ongoing academic year and will not be valid after it.
The details mentioned in the rank list will be:
Karnataka PGCET 2018 Response key will be announced within 3 days of organizing the exam by the authorities of the state. Students can use this response key to estimate a rough score by cross-checking their responses to it. The key will help them to know if they will be applicable for further rounds of the admission process.
Participants can follow the steps given below to download the response key-
In case a candidate finds a discrepancy or mistake in the question paper or response key, they can register their objections regarding the key within the stipulated time. Students can send their objections along with justification supporting their claim to ‘Executive Director, Karnataka Examination Authority, Bangalore’ in person or by mail/ speed post. The expert committee will make corrections if necessary after checking the veracity of the registered complaints. Karnataka PGCET 2018 final response key will be announced along with the results.
Karnataka PGCET 2018 Merit List will be published on the official website around the 4th week of June 2018. It will contain names of candidates in order of ranks secured by them in the Post Graduate entrance exam.
In case two or more applicants secure same marks, then the following criteria will be used to resolve ties in Karnataka PGCET 2018 and determine the merit position of the personals in the descending order-
Karnataka PGCET 2018 Counseling will be held from the 1st week of August 2018 by KEA. Students short-listed via the merit list must attend the counseling rounds according to this schedule, in order of merit. The schedule for counseling will be uploaded on the official website of the exam authority. Karnataka PGCET 2018 Counseling will consist of 5 steps.
They are mentioned below-
Step 1: Online Registration
Candidates who will qualify Karnataka PGCET 2018 will be applicable for counseling. Aspirants will have to report to the closest Helpline Center to register themselves.
Step 2: Verification of Documents
After registration, candidates will have to proceed to the verification counter where they will have to submit original along with a set photocopy of documents. Once the person is deemed applicable he will be given a verification slip and a confidential key which will have login details about the online option form.
Step 3: Filling of Preference Form
Students must log in using the details on the high-security key to filling the preference form. The aspirant can fill the preference form by referring to this list according to the college and course they wish to pursue. They can apply for multiple colleges and courses offered they are applicable for the same. KEA will publish a list that will comprise a number of participating colleges, courses provideed and available seats.
Step 4: Seat Allocation
Participants will be allotted seats as per ranks earned in Karnataka PGCET 2018, preferences of college and course. The details regarding the process of seat allocation will be given in Karnataka PGCET 2018 brochure.
Step 5: Reporting to the allotted College
Aspirants must report to the allotted college for completing all the admission formalities and payment of fees.