PGCET 2019 Admit Card has been issued by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). Applicants can download Karnataka PGCET 2019 Admit Card online at cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea/. To download it, the candidates require their application number and date of birth. The Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) 2019 is scheduled to be held on July 20-21, 2019. On the day of the test, candidates need to carry the hard copy of KEA PGCET Admit card, and a valid id proof. Check more details on PGCET Admit Card 2019 from this page.
PGCET 2019 Admit Card
The PGCET Admit Card contain all the essential information to confirm your identity at the examination hall. Candidates can check the schedule for issuance of Karnataka PGCET 2019 Admit Card from the table below.
|PGCET 2019 Admit Card||Date|
|Availability of KEA PGCET Admit Card 2019||12 July 2019|
|Karanataka PGCET 2019 exam date||20-21 Jul 2019|
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How to Download PGCET 2019 Admit Card?
The admit card for Karnataka PGCET 2019 is issued by online mode only. No hard copy of the admit card is sent to the candidates via post. Hence, to download it, simply follow the instructions as given below:
Step 1: Click on the direct link which is going to be provided on this page to download the Admit Card.
Step 2: Next, the candidates have to login by entering their application number and date of birth correctly in the login window.
Step 3: In the next screen, the candidates need to download their admit card.
Step 4: Finally, take a print out of the PGCET 2019 Hall Ticket and carry it on the day of the test.
“Read all the important instructions written on the admit card carefully”
Details in Karnataka PGCET 2019 Admit Card
Candidates must check the following information carefully on the admit card. If there are any errors in the hall ticket contact the concerned authorities immediately.
- Candidate’s name
- Father’s name
- Roll number
- PGCET 2018 exam date and time
- Examination venue
- Exam center name
- Candidate’s photograph
What Documents to Carry at KEA PGCET 2019 Test Center?
On the day of the examination, the candidates need to carry the following list of documents to the allotted test center.
- A hard copy of the PGCET 2019 Admit Card
- Any one valid ID proof in original such as Driving license, Voter card, PAN card, Aadhaar card, College identity card, Passport.
What Not to Carry to the Examination Hall?
The following list of items are prohibited inside the exam hall:
- Use of any calculator or log table etc is prohibited.
- Any Modern Electronic Equipments
- Mobile Phones
- White Fluid
- Wireless sets
- Bits of paper
- Books / note
Important Instructions for the Candidate – On Exam Day
Candidates must follow these instructions on the examination day.
- Positively carry the admit card and photo identity proof with you.
- Keep the hall ticket safe as you will need it during the counseling round.
- Examinees have to compulsorily affix the complete signature and Left Hand Thumb Impression at the bottom portion of the OMR answer sheet in the space provided.
- Candidates are not allowed to wear any type of watch in the examination hall / room.
- Do not carry more than two / three ball point pens (blue / black) to the examination hall.
- Use only Blue or black ink ball point pens.
How to Fill PGCET 2019 OMR Sheet?
During the examination time, all the candidates have to follow the certain guidelines as released by exam conducting body.
- Once all the students are settled on their seat, they have to fill the examination OMR Sheet. In this, you have to fill your name, PG CET number, version code and the serial number of the question booklet.
- Candidates have to mark in OMR sheet only. Moreover, questions having multiple answers will not be evaluated.
- Mark the answers properly such that scanner can evaluate your answers while evaluation.
- Moreover, shade the answers after proper analysis of a question and mark the answers as follows.
PGCET 2019 Exam Pattern
Before the PGCET 2019 exam, you must check its exam pattern. The test is an offline pen & paper-based exam. Candidates need to answer on the OMR sheet with the blue/black ball point pen.
Mode of the Examination – The exam is Pen and Based wholly in the English Language.
Maximum Marks – The paper is of maximum 100 marks.
Duration of Exam – Candidates need to complete the exam in 120 minutes
Number of Questions – The total number of questions in the exam is 100.
Negative Marking – There is no negative marking in this exam.
|Section||Number of Questions|
|Proficiency in English Language||25|
|Test of Reasoning and General Intelligence||25|
PGCET Previous Year Question Papers
For your better preparation, you must refer the previous year question papers. Through this, you will able to practice the questions which generally comes in this paper.
PGCET 2019 Answer Key
After the conduction of entrance test, the Answer Key will release within three days after the exam. From the key you can check the answers they have marked against the right answers. Candidates can also raise the objection in the specified window after submitting the supporting documents & justifications. Once the expert committee analyses the objection, the final answer key will release in the few days on the official website.
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