Karnataka PGCET mock allotment result: Those who are allotted seats can seek admission to MB, MCA, ME, MTech, MArch courses. Candidates can check their allotted seats at kea.kar.nic.in and can change, reorder, delete and add their choice of course of college before the deadline.
Karnataka PGCET mock allotment result: The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) released the mock seat allotment result for PGCET today at the official website, karnataka.gov.in. Those who are allotted seats can seek admission to MB, MCA, ME, MTech, MArch courses. Candidates can check their allotted seats at kea.kar.nic.in and can change, reorder, delete and add their choice of course of college before the deadline.
“Mock test is only to help candidates familiarize and show them the course and college allotted to them and it should be in no way presumed that sam seat and college will be allotted to them in actual allotment of seats. Because candidates have the option of changing the priority of options entered by them after mock allotment,” as per the official notice.
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Karnataka PGCET mock allotment result: Candidates can check their result by following these steps –
Step 1: Visit the website
Step 2: Click on mock allotment result
Step 3: Log-in using credentials
Step 4: Result will appear, download
Candidates’ who have not been allotted any seat in the mock allotment, should verify the options entered by them and are advised to enter more options to which they are interested and eligible, as per the official notice.
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