KEA PGCET 201 result: Finally the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has announced the news which thousands of aspirants who have taken the KEA PGCET 2016 (Post-Graduate common entrance test) has been waiting for.
This is the official news, The KEA will be releasing the KEA PGCET 2016 exam result on the main site today. Candidates can access their result from the link given below. The simple steps to download your result has also been explained below.
Confirmed! Karnataka PGCET 2016 Result Today(17th July) at 5 PM at kea.kar.nic.in
Through the main site, the KEA has officially released a notification that the PGCET 2016 Result will be announced today, Yes! The KEA PGCET 2016 result will be declared on 17th July 2016 (Sunday) after 5 PM.
Those individuals who had appeared for the exam can check their qualifying status from the main web portal @ kea.kar.nic.in after its declaration.
Al though the results were expected to announced few days earlier but due to unknown reasons the results were delayed.
KEA PGCET 2015 exam was conducted successfully for admission to various postgraduate programs (MBA, MCA, ME / MTech / M. Arch) for the academic session 2016-2017 to different institutes in Karnataka on 2nd and 3rd July 2016.
The data suggests that around 20 thousand seats are to be filled for admission to 2016 academic session in around 130 colleges under management and government quota.
On 6th July, within three days of the completion of exam, The authorities uploaded the provisional PGCET answer key on the main website. Now, today the final keys will be displayed along with the result on 17 Jul.
Steps to Check KEA PGCET result 2016
- Visit the official website www.kea.kar.nic.in
- Click on the link ‘PGCET 2016’
- Click on the link ‘Result’
- Next download the relevant course in PDF format
- Search for your roll number to check your qualifying status.
The admission process and the counselling schedule will be notified next week. Only those students who have cracked the PGCET entrance exam will be eligible for counselling. The allocation of seats will be strictly on the basis of candidates’ rank in the entrance test.