The Admit Cards or the Hall Tickets for the Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test that is destined to be held on two dates i.e. 8th and 9th of August 2015 to give admissions to the following courses – MBA, MCA, ME, M. Arch, M.Tech etc have been uploaded at the KEA’s official website : http://kea.kar.nic.in/. Karnataka Examination Authority ( KEA ) is holding this exam at various centres in the state. Tens of thousands of students who are graduates have applied for the Entrance Test which is one of the most Prestigious Exams of this Southern State of the country.
Exam Scheme for KEA PGCET 2015 – Download Admit Cards
There shall be the Multiple Choice Questions Options in the Exam. As many as One Hundred Questions with 100 Marks shall form the Question Paper. Good News that there is no negative marking to add your worry. So be open-hearted and large minded to give the responses in the exam and make sincere endeavor to get as many marks as possible as the High Cut Off is expected for ensuring seat in any of the good colleges.
Now the PGCET 2015 Admit Cards are required to enable yourself to enter the examination centre. Make sure that this Admission Letter is containing all the details required such as your Roll No, Photograph etc. Also ensure that it is neither torn off or distorted beyond recognition. If it is so consult the concerned authority through the contacts given at the official website to get that redressed. The would-be examinees can download their Call Letters for KEA PGCET from the following links –
Remember this Point – Fill your Application No and then date of birth as is mentioned on the DMC of 10th class and submit them. The Admit Cards shall be available for you to download.
Last Time Strategy for Karnataka PGCET 2015 –
Stop considering the new stuff as this is too late. Pour some hours on the old content you have already mugged up. Get some OMR Sheets and fill them solving last years’ PGCET Question Papers and Sample Papers. Always remember that who gives his/her best at the last moments turns out to be a winner.
Best of luck for the Exam.