Karnataka PGCET Exam Pattern 2019 - Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) had released the exam pattern of Karnataka PGCET 2019. Details about the exam mode, duration, type of questions, marking scheme and more was available in Karnataka PGCET 2019 exam pattern. Using the Karnataka PGCET exam pattern 2019, the candidates were able to familiarise with the entrance examination. Karnataka PGCET was conducted in offline mode and was 150 minutes long. The exam pattern of Karnataka PGCET 2019 was different as per the course selected by the candidates. Karnataka PGCET 2019 had two separate sessions for Part A and Part B. The exam pattern was helpful for the candidates preparing for the entrance examination. Read the full article to know more about Karnataka PGCET Exam Pattern 2019. Latest: Second round seat allotment for counselling of Karnataka PGCET 2019 has announced
Pen and Paper Based (Offline)
2 Hours 30 Minutes (150 Minutes)
Type of Questions
Objective Multiple Choice Questions
Total Number of Questions
Sections in Question Paper
Parts in the Examination
Part A: For courses offered by VTU, UVCE and UBDTCE University
Part B: For courses offered by Kuvempa and Mysore University
There will be 1 mark and 2 mark questions. There will be no negative marking.
Karnataka PGCET 2019 Question Paper Pattern - Part A
Branches under the Course Code
Total Number of Questions: 75
Total Marks: 100
Duration: 150 minutes
50 Questions of 1 mark each: 50 marks
25 Questions of 2 mark each: 50 marks
Computer Science & Engineering
Part A – All Branches
Total number of questions: 45
Total marks: 60
30 Questions carrying 1 mark: 30 marks
15 questions carrying 2 mark: 30 marks
Part B – Respective Branch of Specialization
Total number of questions: 30
Total marks: 40
20 questions carrying 1 mark: 20 marks
10 questions carrying 2 marks: 20 marks
Grand Total: 75 questions and 100 marks.
Industrial and Production Engineering
Industrial and Engineering Management
Manufacturing Science and Engineering
Allied Branches of Mechanical Science
Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Electronics & Communication Engineering
Allied Branches of Electrical Science
Karnataka PGCET 2019 Question Paper Pattern - Part B
Mathematics and Computer Science
Duration of Exam: 150 minutes
Highlights of Karnataka PGCET Exam Pattern 2019
The authorities conducted Karnataka PGCET 2019 in pen and paper mode (offline mode).
Since the exam was held in offline mode, the answers had to be marked in OMR sheet.
Each paper carried only 1 section, except Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering had two sections each - 1 regular and 1 for specialisation
There will be no negative marking.
A total of 75 questions was asked by the authorities.
There were multiple-objective questions with four options each. Each question had one correct answer.
Guidelines for Karnataka PGCET 2019
Candidates were advised to first read all the instructions printed in the OMR answer sheet before answering the questions. Candidates had to mark 1 correct answer on the OMR answer sheet using only blue or black ink ball point pen.
After they completed their test, the candidates had to affix their Left Hand Thumb Impression at the specified space at the bottom of the answer sheet, before submitting it.
Candidates were able to take a replica of their OMR sheet with them after the completion of the exam and had to be kept safe for a year. The OMR answer sheet used by the candidate in the test had to be submitted to the examiner after completing the exam.
Items like books/mechanical charts/tables/cell phones/programmable electronic aids could not be taken along to the exam hall.
No marks were given in case candidates mark 2 or more answer options for a question.
Candidates were given 10 minutes initially to write/shade the required particulars.
Karnataka PGCET 2019 Syllabus
The syllabus of Karnataka PGCET 2019 consisted of the topics and concepts that had to be studied for the entrance examination. The syllabus was different as per the course selected by the candidates. Before starting the preparation, the candidates were advised to check the syllabus.
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