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Karnataka PGCET Merit List 2017

The merit of the candidate, who appears for Post Graduate Common Entrance Test– 2017 for MBA and MCA Courses, will be determined separately for each course only on the basis of marks obtained by candidates in the Post Graduate Common Entrance Test – 2017.

Provided that where the merit of two or more candidates is the same, the interse merit shall be determined with reference to the total aggregate marks obtained in the Qualifying examination and where marks obtained are equal again, the interse merit shall be determined on the basis of the age of the candidate, wherein the elder candidate will be considered before the younger.

NOTE: If everything as specified in the sub-clause referred to above are equal, then the interse merit will be determined by draw of lots. The determination of interse merit as detailed above for selection of Government seats will be the basis for the merit list of candidates claiming benefit of reservation under Admission Rules.  

In case of ME/ M.Tech / M.Arch (Full Time) Course merit will be determined for different classes of candidates as indicated below:

(a) M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch (Full Time) course

  • GATE candidates: Merit in respect of GATE candidates shall be determined on the basis of valid GATE score.
  • Sponsored Candidates: Merit in respect of Sponsored candidates shall be determined in the following order of preference namely.
    • Candidates employed in State Government Institutions / Organisations.
    • Candidates employed in Public Sector / Aided Institutions.
    • Candidates employed in Private Institutions / Private Sector Organisations.

No age limit is prescribed for sponsored candidates. However, while allotting seats persons below 45 years of age will be preferred. In the event of his / her quitting service from sponsoring institutions, a candidate automatically loses seats allotted under sponsored category.

In case of all non-GATE candidates belonging to different categories merit shall be determined on the basis of marks secured by them in the PGCET-2017.

(b) M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch. (Part-Time) Course:

  • GATE Candidates: Merit in respect of GATE candidates shall be determined on the basis of valid GATE score.
  • Merit in respect of all other candidates, shall be determined on the basis of marks secured by them in the PGCET-2017.

Where the merit of two or more candidate is same, the inter-se merit shall be determined with reference to the aggregate marks obtained in the qualifying examination and the candidate securing higher marks will be placed above the candidate securing lower marks.

Where the merit of two or more candidates is equal after determining the merit under clause above, the inter-se-merit shall be determined on the basis of the age of the candidate, with the elder candidate placed above the younger.

Note: If everything as specified in the sub-clause referred to above are equal, then the interse merit will be determined by draw of lots. The determination of interse merit as detailed above for selection of Government seats will be the basis for the merit list of candidates claiming benefit of reservation under Admission Rules.

Preparation of Rank List

For VTU, UBDTCE and UVCE

For admission to M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch (Full Time) Course, there shall be two merit lists prepared as mentioned below:

  • The list of GATE candidates, arranged in the order of merit considering the valid GATE score, is called “GATE Rank List (FT)”.
  • The list of PGCET-2017 candidates, arranged in the order of merit considering the PGCET-2017 marks is called PGCET Rank List (FT)”.

For admission to M.Tech (Part Time) course, there shall be two merit lists prepared as mentioned below:

  • The list of GATE candidates, arranged in the order of merit considering the valid GATE score is called “GATE Rank List (PT)”.
  • The list of PGCET-2017 candidates, arranged in the order of merit considering the PGCET-2017 score, is called “PGCET-Rank list (PT)”.

For Kuvempu and Mysore University; Separate rank list will be prepared for these two Universities and procedure is similar as mentioned above.

Publication of Merit List

After completion of the entrance test, the ANSWER KEY will be published on the KEA Website: http://kea.kar.nic.in The candidates / parents / lecturers can file their objections, if any, addressed to the “Executive Director, Karnataka Examinations Authority, Bangalore” either in person, or through e-mail, or by SPEED POST, with regard to any of the published Answer Key, along with all supporting documents / justification. Objections received from the candidates without justification shall not be considered. The objections received by KEA will be placed before an Expert Committee, whose decision will be final for determination of the right answer key. The answer key approved by the Expert Committee will be applied during evaluation for determination of merit order.

As per the merit determined by the KEA, ranks will be assigned separately ME / M. Tech / M. Arch courses as per the norms and procedure to the eligible candidates. Result sheets will be published on KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in The correct Answer Keys will also be published along with the results.

Request for re-totaling or revaluation of the OMR answer sheets will not be entertained, as the valuation and the subsequent scoring will be error free.

Result sheets will not be displayed in the KEA premises.

Karnataka PGCET Complete Information

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