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KARNATAKA PGCET (KEA) 2017 PATTERN & SYLLABUS

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Karnataka PGCET (KEA) 2017 Exam Pattern

Karnataka PGCET is a Common Entrance Examination (CET) conducted for admissions into Post Graduate (PG) courses of colleges in Karnataka. The exam is conducted by Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA). It is important to know the Karnataka PGCET 2017 Exam Pattern before starting your preparation. A good understanding of the exam pattern details such as format and duration of the paper will help guide the candidate’s efforts in the right direction.

The exam pattern varies depending on the course a candidate applies for. Hence, candidates are advised to check the Karnataka PGCET 2017 Exam Pattern for the respective programme they are interested in. The details are discussed below.

CourseTimingMarks
MCA10:30 am to 12:30 pm100
MBA2:30 pm to 4:30 pm100
M.E. / M. Tech / M. Arch(Type B) - 10:30 am to 12:30 pm100
(Type A) - 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm100

Karnataka PGCET 2017 Syllabus

The syllabus varies depending on the programme. Candidates must know the detailed syllabus for the relevant programme in order to prepare well for the exam. The course-wise Karnataka PGCET 2017Syllabus is given below:

Syllabus for MBA
Proficiency in English LanguageSynonyms
Antonyms
One word Substitution
Idioms and phrases
Pairs expressing relationships
Grammar
Famous Books in English Literature
Sentence Correction
General KnowledgeIndian Business Environment
Global Environment
Social Events
Cultural Events
Economics
Management
Political Events
Historical Events
Current Affairs
Sports
Awards
Personalities and Achievements
Science and Technology
Humanities
Test of Reasoning and General IntelligencePuzzles
Diagrams
Analogy
Logic
Verbal Ability
Analytical Ability
Related Aspects
Puzzles
Diagrams
Quantitative AnalysisArithmetic
Data Analysis and Interpretation
Statistics
Related Quantitative Aspects
Arithmetic
Syllabus for MCA
MathematicsAlgebra
Coordinate Geometry
Vector
Trigonometry
Probability and Statistics
Algebra
Computer AwarenessComputer Basics
Data Representation
Analytical Ability and Logical Reasoning
General Awareness
General English
Syllabus for M.E. / M. Tech / M. Arch
Civil Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Computer Science Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Textile Engineering
Polymer Science
Architecture
Bio-Technology
Electrical Science
Mechanical Science

Karnataka PGCET 2017 Duration and Question Paper Details

The information regarding duration of the exam and question paper details different programmes is provided below:

--MBAMCAM.E / M. Tech / M. Arch
Duration150 minutes150 minutes150 minutes
SessionOneOneTwo – Type A and B
FormatMCQMCQMCQ
Number of questions10080 (60 in part A and 20 in part B)Varies depending on institute
Total marks100100Varies depending on institute
Marking Scheme1 mark per question1 mark per question for Part A, 2 marks per question for Part BVaries depending on institute

As can be seen in the table above, for M.E / M.Tech / M.Arch, the pattern is different according to the institute. The complete details regarding these programmes are summarised below:

ProgrammeDetail

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

· Number of Questions : 75

· Total Marks : 100

· Marking Scheme :

- 1 mark each for 50 Questions

- 2 mark each for 25 Questions

M.E. / M. Tech / M. Arch programs of VTU / UBDTCE and UVCE

Pattern for 8 disciplines

· Number of Questions: 75

· Total Marks : 100

· Marking Scheme :

- 1 mark each for 50 Questions 

- 2 mark each for 25 Questions

For Electrical Science (Two parts in the question paper– Part A and Part B)

Part A:

· Number of Questions : 45

· Total Marks: 60

· Marking Scheme:

- 1 mark each for 30 Questions 

- 2 mark each for 15 Questions

Part B:

· Number of questions: 30

· Total Marks: 40

· Marking Scheme:

- 1 mark each for 20 Questions 

- 2 mark each for 10 Questions

For Mechanical Science (Two parts in the question paper– Part A and Part B)

Part A:

· Number of questions : 45

· Total Marks: 60

· Marking Scheme:

- 1 mark each for 30 Questions 

- 2 mark each for 15 Questions

Part B:

· Number of questions: 30

· Total Marks: 40

· Marking Scheme:

- 1 mark each for 20 Questions 

- 2 mark each for 10 Questions

NOTE

Eight disciplines mentioned are:

  1. Civil Engineering
  2. Chemical Engineering
  3. Computer Science Engineering
  4. Environmental Engineering
  5. Textile Engineering
  6. Polymer Science
  7. Architecture
  8. Bio-Technology

Electrical Science consists of:

  1. Electrical and Electronics Engineering (E & E)
  2. Electronics and Communication Engineering (E & C)
  3. Telecommunication Engineering (TC)
  4. Instrumentation Technology (IT)
  5. Bio-Medical Engineering (BME)
  6. Medical Electronics (ME)
  7. Allied branches of Electrical Science (ABE)

Mechanical Science consists of:

  1. Mechanical Engineering (MC)
  2. Industrial and Production Engineering (IPE)
  3. Industrial and Engineering Management (IEM)
  4. Automobile Engineering (AE)    
  5. Manufacturing Science and Engineering (MSE)
  6. Allied Branches of Mechanical Science (ABM)

Candidates must note that Part A of Electrical Science or Mechanical Science will be common to all streams under the respective branch. On the other hand, Part B is specific to candidates belonging to respective branch of specialization of engineering.


Karnataka PGCET OMR Answer Sheets

The following points must be kept in mind with regard to the OMR answer sheets:

  • The initial TEN minutes will be provided to fill particulars such as Name, PG CET Number, Version Code and Serial number of the question booklet.
  • The OMR answer sheets of those who do not enter the correct PGCET Number and Version Code will not be scanned.
  • There will only be one correct answer out of the four options provided.
  • The candidate should use a BLUE or BLACK ink ball point pen to mark the correct answer.
  • The answer can be marked by shading the corresponding circle completely.
  • There will be two sheets in the OMR answer sheet.
  • The answers will have to be marked on the top sheet and it must be submitted to the examiner.
  • The bottom sheet will be the carbon copy of the OMR answer sheet and has to be retained by the candidate after completion of the test.
  • Candidates must affix their left hand thumb impression in the appropriate space on the top sheet.
  • The answer sheets of those who fail to do so will not be scanned.

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