KEA PGCET 2012 Answer Keys To Be Released on 9 Aug

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KEA PGCET 2012 Answer Keys

Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), Bangalore had conducted the Postgraduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) 2012 on July 28 and 29 on different centres all over the State.

The PGCET exam was conducted for the admission in to Full Time and Part Time MBA, MCA, M.Tech, M.E and M.Arch courses in various institutions across the State.

The Admission for the above courses will be provided based on the counselling conducted by KEA. PGCET 2012 exam answer keys will be published on Aug 09, 2012 at 7 pm.

Click Here to check answer keys.

Note to GATE Qualified Candidates:
All the GATE qualified candidates are here by informed to mail their scanned copy (.pdf format file only) of GATE Score card to keauthority-ka@nic.in on or before Aug 14, 2012 by boldly mentioning the PGCET Number, failing which such candidates will not be considered for assignment of provisional GATE merit list.

Important Dates:
Publication of Answer Keys: Aug 09, 2012 at 7 PM.
Last date for submission of objections, if any through email only: Aug 13, 2012.
Last date for Submission of GATE score card to KEA through email only: Aug 14, 2012.
PGCET 2012 results will be published along with applied answer keys: Aug 30, 2012.

Contact Details:
Karanataka Examination Authority,
18 Cross, Sampige Road,
Malleswaram, Bangalore - 580012.
Tel.: 080 - 23568204/ 05.

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