Karnataka PGCET Syllabus 2019- Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will release the Karnataka PGCET 2019 syllabus for the candidates who will be appearing for the entrance exam. The syllabus of Karnataka PGCET 2019 will carry topics and chapters from which questions will be asked in the examination. Therefore, it is must for candidates to be well versed with the Karnataka PGCET syllabus 2019 and refer it before beginning the preparation. The syllabus of Karnataka PGCET 2019 will differ for one course to another. The examination authority will prepare the question paper for Karnataka PGCET based on the prescribed syllabus. It need to be noted that GATE qualified applicants will not required to attempt the Karnataka PGCET 2019. however, GATE 2019 qualified candidates will have to register themselves separately for admission into the participating institutes of Karnataka PGCET 2018. KEA will be conducting Karnataka PGCET 2019 tentatively in third week of July. Candidates can check the detailed syllabus of Karnataka PGCET 2019 below in the article.
Candidates who will be preparing for entrance examination must know the exam pattern of Karnataka PGCET 2019. It is important for the candidates to be well versed with the Karnataka PGCET 2018 exam pattern as it will help them to prepare for the examination in better way. For the reference of candidate’s mentioned below is the exam pattern:
Karnataka PGCET 2019 will be held in offline mode (pen and paper test).
Candidates will be given 2 hours 30 minutes (150 minutes) to complete the entrance examination.
The question paper will be divided into two sections- Part A and B. Part A will be for courses offered by VTU, UVCE and UBDTCE University. While, part B will be for courses offered by Kuvempa and Mysore University.
The question paper will consist of 75 objective multiple choice questions (MCQs).
For each correct answer candidate will be awarded 1 mark for 50 MCQs and 2 marks for remaining 25 MCQs. Therefore, the question paper will be of 100 marks, in total.
There will be no negative marking in case of incorrect answer.