Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA), Government of Karnataka, conducts PG CET for admission to MBA and other post graduate programmes every year in Government seats and for management quota seats.
KEA (Karnataka Examinations Authority) announces the Karnataka PGCET MBA results in the form of ranks and merit list based on the marks obtained by test taker. Based on the result, shortlisted candidates are called for further rounds of selection procedure.
The Karnataka PGCET management entrance exam is conducted in a paper-pencil mode. The test consists of a total of 100 multiple choice questions (MCQ) to be completed in a duration of two hours. The exam is divided into four sections, each section containing 25 questions with four answer options.
Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA), Government of Karnataka, conducts PG CET for admission to MBA and other post graduate programmes every year in Government seats and for management quota seats. The Karnataka state candidates and All India candidates can appear in the exam for admission to various MBA colleges in Karnataka.
The application procedure of Karnataka PGCET MBA includes registration, filling the application form, and payment of the stipulated application fee to be paid in online mode.
Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) releases the Karnataka PGCET MBA cutoff in at least two rounds of counselling and selection. The counselling process entitles document verification followed by option entry for selecting preferred colleges and courses.
Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) conducts PGCET MBA counselling for selecting candidates to MBA programme offered in Government and Private B-schools spread across the state of Karnataka. The counselling process starts after the declaration of the result.