Karnataka PGCET MBA Exam Pattern 2020
Karnataka PGCET MBA Exam Pattern 2020 - Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) prescribed the exam pattern of Karnataka PGCET MBA 2020. Candidates wishing to appear for the exam must be familiar with the Karnataka PGCET MBA 2020 exam pattern. As per the Karnataka PGCET MBA exam pattern 2020, the exam was conducted in offline/paper-pencil mode. Karnataka PGCET MBA is a state level examination conducted for admission to MBA courses for the academic year 2020-2022 which was conducted on October 14. As per the Karnataka PGCET 2020 exam pattern, the question paper consisted of a total of 100 objective questions divided into four sections. Read this article by Careers360 to know in detail about the exam pattern of Karnataka PGCET MBA 2020 including the name of sections, number of questions, marking scheme and syllabus.
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Karnataka PGCET MBA Exam Pattern 2020 - Highlights
Name of Examination
Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test Master of Business Administration
Name of Conducting Body
Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA)
Level of Examination
Category of Examination
Post-Graduate Entrance Exam
Mode of Examination
Offline (Paper-Based Test)
Duration of Examination
120 minutes (from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm)
Number of sections
Total Number of questions
Karnataka PGCET MBA 2020 Exam Pattern
Section A - Proficiency in English Language
Paper-Pencil Mode (OMR sheet)
Section B - Test of General knowledge
Section C - Test of Reasoning and General Intelligence
Section D - Quantitative Analysis
Candidates can view the OMR sample sheet of the exam, Karnataka PGCET MBA.
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Marking Scheme -
As per the marking scheme of Karnataka PGCET MBA 2020
- For every correct answer, the candidate will get 1 mark
- For every incorrect answer or unattempted question, no marks will be deducted
Karnataka PGCET MBA Syllabus 2020
Proficiency in the English Language
Test of Reasoning and General Intelligence
Karnataka PGCET MBA Exam Pattern 2020 - Exam day Guidelines
While marking the answers on the OMR sheet, candidates must remember the following points for the correct marking of the answers:
Once the examination will be over, students will be allowed to carry a copy of the OMR sheet so that candidates can verify their response once the answer key releases. The answer key of Karnataka PGCET MBA 2020 will be released within three days after the completion of the entrance test on the KEA website.
SCHEDULE OF BELL TIMINGS
Candidates can check the bell timing in the table given below.
|Bell Number||Afternoon Session||Particulars|
|First Bell||2:00 PM|| The candidates should be allowed to enter and occupy their seats in the examination hall, upon showing their Admission Tickets and Valid Identity Card.|
The Invigilator should verify the Photograph pasted on the Admission Ticket with the Identity Card and the Nominal Roll with the candidate present for examination.
The Invigilator should distribute the OMR Answer Sheets ONLY to the candidates present in the examination hall. The candidates have to write their Name on the OMR Answer Sheet.
Afterwards, candidates have to carefully enter the PGCET Number and shade the respective circle on the OMR Answer Sheet.
The candidates should verify the PGCET No. written on the OMR Answer Sheet with that of the PGCET No. printed on the Admission Ticket.
|Second Bell||2:15 PM|
The Deputy Chief Superintendent / Custodian should distribute the sealed question paper packet to room invigilators in the examination hall at 10.20 A.M. / 2.20 P.M.
The Invigilator should LOUDLY ANNOUNCE by showing the sealed question paper packet to the candidates present in the examination hall “THE SEAL OF THE QUESTION PAPER PACKET IS FULLY INTACT. NOW, I REQUEST ANY TWO CANDIDATES PRESENT HERE TO CERTIFY THE SAME ON THIS PACKET, SO THAT I CAN OPEN THE SEAL OF THE QUESTION PAPER PACKET” and should obtain signatures of any TWO candidates present in the examination hall, in the space provided on the packet. The Invigilator should open the Question Paper packet and distribute the question booklets in the prescribed manner ONLY at 10.25 am / 2.25 pm to the candidates present in the examination hall.
The candidates should carefully enter the Version Code of the question booklet and shade the respective circle on the space provided on the OMR Answer Sheet. They should also enter the question booklet serial on the OMR Answer Sheet and affix their signature on the bottom portion of the OMR Answer Sheet.
Only INVIGILATORS are authorized to open the seal on the question paper packet in the manner prescribed above. The other staffs involved in exam duty (including the Deputy Chief Superintendent / Custodian / Chairman / Secretary / President / Administrator etc.) are not authorized to open the seal of question paper packet.
Until the third bell is rung, the candidates should not be allowed either to look inside the question booklet or to start answering on the OMR answer sheet.
The Invigilator should obtain the signature of the candidates on the nominal roll and should verify the same with the signature printed on the nominal roll.
|Third Bell||2:30 PM||The candidates should be allowed to open the question booklet and to start answering on the OMR answer sheet.|
After this bell at 10.30 A.M. / 2.30 P.M., the candidates should not be allowed either to enter OR to leave the examination hall, till the completion of the session
|Forth Bell||3:30 PM|| This is a first CAUTION BELL – TO INDICATE ONE HOUR OF EXAMINATION COMPLETED.|
|Fifth Bell||4:00 PM||This is a second CAUTION BELL – TO INDICATE THIRTY MINUTES ARE REMAINING FOR THE EXAMINATION TO END.|
|Sixth Bell||4:25 PM|| This is the Last CAUTION BELL and the Invigilators should inform all the candidates “ONLY FIVE MINUTES ARE REMAINING FOR THE EXAMINATION TO END”.|
|Seventh Bell||4:30 PM|| End of the examination.|
Soon after this bell, the Invigilator should first ensure that all the candidates have stopped answering on the OMR answer sheet.
The Invigilator should collect the OMR answer sheets as it is from the candidates.
IMPORTANT: Before allowing the candidates to leave the examination hall, the Invigilators must ensure that they have collected the OMR answer sheets from all the candidates.
The Invigilator should separate the TOP sheet of the OMR answer sheet (Office COPY) and will retain the same with them.
The Invigilator should return the bottom sheet replica (CANDIDATE COPY) to the respective candidates, along with their question booklets
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Karnataka PGCET MBA Exam Pattern 2020
Question: Is there any negative marking for unattempted questions?
No, candidate’s marks will not be deducted if the question is not attempted.
Question: Is there any sectional time limit?
No, there will be no sectional time limit. Candidates can switch from one section to another as per their preference.
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Questions related to Karnataka PGCET
I MIGHT GET 54/100 IN KARNATAKA PGCET MBA 2020, WHAT RANKING CAN I EXPECT.....?
Rank of a particular candidate depends on not only marks of the candidate but also various factors such as number of students seated, seat availability, difficulty of exam etc. Accurate rank prediction cannot be achieved and we can only draw inference from previous year results. For further information, please refer to this link
I got 35/100 in Karnataka pgcet M.tech EEE. What rank I can expect?
*It totally depends on the number of factors. It generally depends on the number of Candidates are appearing in exams and also depends on the number of candidates originally attended the exam and it also depends on the marks they got on that exam. Previous years cut off and how many students have got marks more than your marks generally called percentile. And with these values, they have a proper formula to calculate the rank of the candidates.
* With 35 marks out of 100 in Karnataka PGCET , you should expect rank around 16000. It is quite difficult to get a rank above 16000 hope that helps you. Again it is only a estimation it may be differ from how many members have applied and so on.
Hope that helps you
what would be my rank if I have scored 51 marks in karnataka pgcet (computer science)
Telling Exact rank is not possible but a estimate can be given.
According to the previous year ranklists your rank can fall in the range 2700 to 3900. The rank depends on the total number of students who have appeared and also the difficulty level. Total number of students that have given PGCET M.Tech last year is 19874.
Hope it was helpful!
what rank can I get with 50 marks in PGCET MCA 2020.
It can vary depending upon number of candidates appeared, number of candidates qualified, course you are opting etc . An accurate prediction is not possible. But you can expect a rank between 8000-11000. To know more about previous year cutoffs please refer the article
All the best.
I got 33 marks in karnataka pgcet 2020 for M.tech CSE . what rank I might get
you get 33/100 marks in Karnataka pgcet it is not very high marks.
you may get rank above 1000. You can also check into based on the previous cutoff.