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Karnataka PGCET (KEA) 2017 Admit Card

Karnataka PGCET (Karnataka Post-Graduate Common Entrance Test) is conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) for admissions to first year/ part time MBA/ MCA/ M.E./ MTech. / M.Arch. courses and lateral entry to MCA course. Karnataka PGCET 2017 Admit Card is available on the official site for downloading. 

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To appear for the exam, the candidates have to carry Karnataka PGCET Admit Card. If the candidate has filled the Karnataka PGCET Application Form and are eligible to sit for the exam, they will be able to download their KarnatakaPGCET Hall Ticket from the official website.

Admit Card is an important document without which the candidate will not be allowed to sit for the exam. Candidates must make sure that they download their Hall ticket of Karnataka PGCET before the deadline. To access the admit card, candidates will be required to have their ‘Registration Number’ and ‘Date of Birth’. Candidates must keep the admit card until their admission in the desired course.

Karnataka PGCET 2017 Important Dates

Students must note the important dates regarding the KPGCET Admit Card, in order to avoid last minute delays. To avoid rush of online traffic, candidates must download the admit card during non-hectic hours. Following is a table of important dates regarding Karnataka PGCET Admit Card.

EventImportant Dates
Commencement of Online ApplicationsMay 24, 2016
Last date of filling online applicationJune 8, 2016
Downloading of Admission TicketJune 20, 2016
MBA and MCA ExamJuly 2, 2016
M.E./ MTech/ M.Arch. ExamJuly 3, 2016

Steps To Download Karnataka PGCET 2017 Admit Card

The Karnataka PGCET Admit Card will only be available online on the official website. Candidates must download and print a copy of the admit card which will be required on the day of exam. To download the Karnataka PGCET Admit Card, candidates must follow the steps given below:

  1. Visit the official website
  2. Click on ‘PGCET 2016’ link and scan for the link ‘Download Online Hall Ticket’
  3. Candidates are re-directed to a new page where they will enter their ‘Application/ Registration number’ and ‘Date of Birth’
Karnataka PGCET 2017 Admit Card
  1. Click on ‘Submit’ after filling the details
  2. Candidates will be able to view the admit card. They should download their online hall ticket by saving it as pdf and printing a copy of the same.
  3. If the candidate finds any problem regarding the admit card, they should contact Karnataka Examination Authority on the following address:

Karnataka Examinations Authority

Bangalore - 560 012



Karnataka PGCET 2017 Information On The Admit Card

The admit card acts like an identity card of the candidate during the exam. It also helps the candidate remember the important dates and other details about the selected exam. Following are the details mentioned on the Karnataka PGCET admit card:

  • Name of Candidate
  • Passport size photograph of candidate
  • Signature of the candidate
  • Date of Exam
  • Time of Exam
  • Address of the Examination center allotted to candidate
  • Some important instructions regarding the examination

Karnataka PGCET 2017 Exam Day Instructions

Following are some of the instructions which the candidate must follow on the day of examination:

  • Candidates must reach the allotted examination center on time on the day of the exam. Any candidate entering later than 10am (for morning exam) or 2 pm (for afternoon exam) will not be allowed to sit for the exam.
  • Karnataka PGCET 2017 exam for MBA, MCA and M.E. / M. Tech / M. Arch courses will be held as per the schedule. If there are any changes, the candidates will be notified about it well in time.
  • Students must check the date and time of the examination and must appear accordingly.
  • Candidates will read the OMR sheet instructions carefully before starting the exam and will only use Blue/ Black ball point pen for the exam.
  • After their exam, candidate will put their left-hand thumb impression on the OMR sheet in the space provided and hand it over to the invigilator before leaving the exam room.
  • Students will be able to carry a copy of their OMR sheet which can be used for future references.
  • There is no negative marking in the question paper.



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