Karnataka PGCET Seat Allotment Result 2020 – The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has released the result of the 2nd round seat allotment of Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Examination (PGCET) 2020. The result is declared on cetonline.karnataka.gov.in. To check the result, candidates need to enter their PGCET application number. Candidates have to undergo different phases of allotment for the allotment of the seat. For more details, check the information in the page below.
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Karnataka PGCET Seat Allotment Result 2020
The candidates are allotted seats on the basis of the choice filled and the availability of the seat. The seat allotment will be conducted for the different courses namely ME/ M.Tech / M.Arch, MCA Lateral Entry, MCA 1st year, MBA.
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Karnataka PGET 2020 Seat Allotment Process
The seat matrix allotted for each course by the Government will be adopted for the process of seat allotment. Seats will be allotted in the order of merit based on the priority of the options entered by the candidates and the reservation policy adopted by the Government. Given below is the process of the seat allotment.
- For ME / M.Tech / M.Arch courses
- Allotment of the seats will be done on the basis of the candidate having valid GATE score irrespective of Karnataka or Non-Karnataka. Non-Karnataka GATE rank holders will be considered as a general category candidate
- Post the allotment of seats to eligible GATE rank holders is over, the remaining seats under General category i.e., 90% of the seats for Karnataka candidates and the remaining 10% for non Karnataka candidates to the eligible PGCET 2020 rank holders.
The selection procedure for allotment of seats will be as follows:
Selection of seats for M.E. / M.Tech/ M.Arch Full Time / Part Time Course:
- Seat allotment for GATE candidates
Allotment of seats shall be held for all candidates who have appeared in GATE from the rank list of GATE (Full Time and Part Time).
- Seat allotment for PGCET-2019 Candidates:
The remaining seats after the allotment of seats to the GATE candidates will be offered to the candidates eligible for PGCET 2020 (Full time and part time)
Allocation of Seats for MCA Lateral Entry, MCA 1st year and MBA courses
Both General and Reserved category seats will be there under the Government seats. Only General category seats will come under the Management seats (surrendered by private institutions, if any)
- The General Category and Reserved Category seats under Government Seats will be allotted to only those candidates who becomes eligible as Karnataka candidates
- The General category seats which fall under the Management seats will be allotted to both Karnataka and Non – Karnataka candidates.
2. For MCA Lateral Entry course and MCA 1st year
The MCA Lateral Entry and MCA 1st year seats are allotted to the reserved categories, Ex-Defence, if any and General Merit students will be offered in this stage at once. All eligible MCA Lateral Entry rank holders including the candidates, who have allotted seats under the Physically Disabled and ME / M.Tech courses will be considered for allotment of seats in accordance with their ranks.
3. For MBA course
The MBA seats are allotted to all the reserved categories, Ex-Defence and General Merit students will be offered in this stage at once. All eligible MBA rank holders including the candidates, who have selected seats under the Physically Disabled or MCA or ME / M.Tech seats will also be considered for allotment of MBA seats in accordance with their ranks.
Order of Seat Allotment
- Special Category (Physically Disabled and Ex – Defence)
- All Eligible candidates (Including all special categories)
- Order of Allotment (ME / M.Tech / M.Arch ), MCA Lateral Entry , MCA 1st year, and MBA
The process of the seat allotment is usually conducted in the following two rounds and each round consists of three phases.
- Round 1
- Round 2
Round 1 and Round 2 consists of three phases discussed below.
- First Phase allotment of seats
The first phase of the allotment of the seats will begin on the basis of the merit and priority of options. The computer will allot the seats in the order mentioned above. While allotting the seats in the 1st Phase at any stage, the seat allotted if any, will automatically get cancelled on the allotment of a seat in the subsequent course and such cancelled seat will be considered for the allotment of seat in the next round.
Therefore, computer will stop only when it will reach the last rank in each course or the last seat is allotted.
- Second Phase of allotment of seats
In second phase of allotment of seats, the order of allotment by the computer will be the same as in first round of the seat allotment. While allotting the seats in the second phase at any stage, the seat allotted if any, will be released automatically upon allotment of a seat in the subsequent discipline and such released seat will be considered for allotment of a seat in the next round. The allotment will be done on the basis of the merit and priority of options.
Therefore, The computer will stop the allotment only if the last seat is allotted or when it reaches the last rank in each course. The order of allotment as shown above will get repeated in the second phase until there is no change in the allotment of any candidate.
- Third Phase of Seat Allotment
The order of seat allotment will be the same as mentioned above. After the allotment of seats in the second phase of allotment, the seats that remain unfilled under various reserved General categories such as SCG, STG, 1G, 2AG, 2BG, 3AG, 3BG, along with unfilled special category seats will be converted to the General Merit category. It will be offered to the candidates which fall under the general merit rank along with all other reserved category candidates in the third Phase of allotment.
However, the consequential reserved category seats that arise during the third Phase of allotment, if it is not allotted and if there are no seats in the respective category, then it will be made available for allotment only to the respective reserved category candidates during third Phase of allotment.
Points to be focused:
- Before the commencement of third phase the computer will display the number of seats that got allotted in each discipline, total number of candidates allotted and the number of seats remained unfilled and
number of candidates un-allotted.
- While allotting the seats in the third Phase at any stage, the seat allotted if any, will be automatically released upon allotment of a seat in subsequent stage and such released seat will be considered for allotment of a seat in the next round.
Summing up all the Karnataka PGCET 2020 Phases
By going through the phases, the options will be shrinking before moving to the next stage if the seats remain allotted. When the seats will not be allotted, the options list will remain unchanged.
The seats which have been again put up in the seat matrix of the allotment stages, it will be then allotted to the next deserving candidate as per their rank and options. In this way, there will be a number of iterations till the candidate attains the best seat of his / her choice as per the rank. In other words, it means that the system will halt allotment when there will be no seats available for a candidate.
It is a crucial thing for the candidates to give their options very carefully with keeping everything in mind and after discussing with their parents and elders. The result of not choosing a seat in a good seat in a college will result in the loss of seat as he / she might not have given the option for that particular college or would have chosen lower options.
Post Seat Allotment Procedure
After all the three phases of the seat allotment, a final list of the seats will release known as the First Round. Candidates are advised to note down the seats allotted to them in the different phases of the seat allotment in order to ensure that the best seat is allotted to them. Final List of the first round will be released on the website, in the Helpline Centres. Individual allotment will be sent by SMS, e-mail and
the candidates are requested to note the allotment of seats to them in the First Round.
The candidate will have four choices as shown in the image below.
A gap of 3 days will be given to the candidates from the date of filling the allotment details on the website in the First Round to excise their choice of willingness or unwillingness. All candidates who are not satisfied with the choice of seat or course allotted shall necessarily give their willingness for the next second round of allotment.
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