Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) is all set to conduct the Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) 2021 examination today, November 13, 2021, and tomorrow, November 14, 2021. Admit cards for the same have already been to issued to registered candidates through the online mode on kea.kar.nic.in . Several postgraduate courses come under the ambit of Karnataka PGCET 2021 exam including MBA, M.Tech., MCA and M.Arch. Read ahead to know important details before reporting to the exam centre.
Karnataka PGCET 2021 Exam Timings
Karnataka PGCET 2021 examination will be held for two streams today – Engineering and Architecture. Hence, candidates applying for ME, M.Tech and M.Arch. courses must report to the exam as per their slot timings. Slot 1 or Shift 1 will be held from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. Shift 2 will be conducted from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm.
According to information released by authorities, first slot is meant fro Type B courses while the second slot is dedicated towards Type A courses. Type B courses are those which are offered by the concerned departments of Kuvempu University as well as University of Mysore. Type A courses are being offered VTU, UBDTCE and UVCE. hence, depending on the courses applied, candidates must report to the exam centre at least 30 minutes prior.
Karnataka PGCET 2021 exam for MCA and MBA will be held tomorrow in the same slot timings as mentioned above.
Karnataka PGCET 2021 Exam-Day Guidelines
Candidates appearing for the Karnataka PGCET 2021 examination must carry their admit cards along with a valid, government-issued ID card to the exam centre. They can print a copy of their admit cards from official website kea.kar.nic.in. These documents must be present with every candidate while reporting to the centre.
All candidates are advised to report to the Karnataka PGCET 2021 exam centre at least 30 minutes prior. Accordingly, for Shift 1, the reporting time is 10:00 am while the same for Shift 2 is 2:00 pm. To be on the safer side, candidates can report to the centre 45-60 minutes prior to complete the document verification and other formalities.
Just to avoid any last-minute inconvenience, candidates must carry a coloured printout of their admit cards. Authorities have not specified any such requirements. But a coloured printout displays a much better and clearer image of the candidate. Even the Photo ID must be original and not a photocopy of the document.
Apart from required documents, only non-programmable calculators are allowed at the Karnataka PGCET 2021 exam centre. Other items such as books, tables, electronic devices, rulers, study material, notes, etc are strictly prohibited. A disciplinary action may be taken against a candidate found in possession of such items. Hence, keep it simple and carry only those items which are permitted by KEA.