Karnataka PGCET Syllabus 2018 - Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will release the Karnataka PGCET 2018 syllabus. Karnataka PGCET syllabus 2018 will contain information regarding the topics and chapters that need to study for entrance exam. Candidates who will be appearing for the entrance exam are suggested to check and refer the Karnataka PGCET 2018 syllabus before beginning their preparation. The syllabus of Karnataka PGCET 2018 will differ for one course to another. The examination authority will prepare the question for Karnataka PGCET based on the prescribed syllabus for the entrance exam. What candidates need to note is that GATE qualified applicants are not required to attempt the Karnataka PGCET 2018. however, GATE 2018 qualified candidates will have to register themselves separately for admission into the participating institutes of Karnataka PGCET 2018. KEA, the exam conducting authority will held the Karnataka PGCET 2018 tentatively in first week of July in the offline mode. Candidates who will be preparing for entrance exam are suggested to check and read Karnataka PGCET 2018 syllabus below in the article.
Karnataka PGCET Syllabus 2018
Candidates who will be appearing for the entrance exam can check the syllabus of Karnataka PGCET 2018 from the table given below.
Karnataka PGCET Syllabus
Detailed Syllabus and Model Paper
Polymer Science and Technology
Mathematics and Computer Science
Note: Mentioned above Karnataka PGCET syllabus is based on the previous year brochure. It will be updated as and when KEA release the new or updated syllabus.
To prepare for the entrance exam, it is important for the candidates to be well versed with the Karnataka PGCET 2018 exam pattern.
Karnataka PGCET 2018 will be for 150 minitutes duration.
The question paper will be divided into two sections- Part A and B. Part A of the question paper will be for courses offered by VTU, UVCE and UBDTCE University. While, part B will be for courses offered by Kuvempa and Mysore University.
There will be total of 75 objective multiple choice questions.
On every correct answer, candidate will be awarded 1 mark for 50 MCQs and 2 marks for remaining 25 MCQs. Hence, question paper will be of total 100 marks.