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Karnataka PGCET Exam Pattern

Duration, Question Papaer and OMR Answer Sheets

The PGCET 2016 will be held in one session separately for MBA, conducted for 100 marks with 150 minutes duration. Each question paper will be of ( Objective ) Multiple Choice type. The question paper will be in different versions. Each question will have four different options. Each question will carry ONE mark.

The PGCET 2016 will be held in one session separately for MCA courses conducted for 100 marks with 150 minutes duration. Each question paper will be of ( Objective ) Multiple Choice type. The question paper will be in different versions. Each question will have four different options. 60 questions in Part – A carry one mark each. 20 questions in Part – B carry two marks each. Thus there will be 80 questions and a total mark is 100.

The PGCET 2016 will be held in two sessions separately for Type – A and Type-B of ME / M.Tech / M.Arch. courses conducted 100 marks with 150 minutes duration. Each question paper will be of ( Objective ) Multiple Choice type. The question paper will be in different
versions. Each question will have four different options. The different types of question paper pattern for ME / M.Tech / M.Arch courses are as follows.

Karnataka PGCET Question Paper Pattern :

A) M.Tech of Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in Mathematics and Computer Science of Kuvempu University and Department of Studies in Computer Science, University of Mysore, is as follows :

  • Total Number of Questions : 75 Multiple Choice Questions
  • Total Marks : 100
  • 50 Questions – 1 Mark each : 50 X 1 = 50
  • 25 Questions – 2 Mark each : 25 X 2 = 50
  • Total : 100 Marks

B) M.E. / M.Tech / M.Arch programs of VTU / UBDTCE and UVCE

(I) Written Test will be conducted in NINE disciplines 

  1. Civil Engineering
  2. Chemical Engineering
  3. Computer Science Engineering
  4. Environmental Engineering
  5. Textile Engineering
  6. Polymer Science
  7. Architecture
  8. Bio-Technology
  • Total Number of Questions : 75 Multiple Choice Questions
  • Total Marks : 100
  • 50 Questions – 1 Mark each : 50 X 1 = 50
  • 25 Questions – 2 Mark each : 25 X 2 = 50
  • Total : 100 Marks

(II) Electrical Science, this includes

  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering (E & E)
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering (E & C)
  • Telecommunication Engineering (TC)
  • Instrumentation Technology (IT)
  • Bio-Medical Engineering (BME)
  • Medical Electronics (ME)
  • Allied branches of Electrical Science (ABE)

Question paper will consist of part-A and part-B.

Part-A is common to

  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering (E & E)
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering (E & C)
  • Telecommunication Engineering (TC)
  • Instrumentation Technology (IT)
  • Bio-Medical Engineering (BME)
  • Medical Electronics (ME)
  • Allied branches of Electrical Science (ABE)

Total Number of Questions : 45 Marks : 60
30 Questions Carrying 1 mark each : 30 X 1 = 30
15 Questions carrying 2 mark each : 15 X 2 = 30

Part-B is specific to candidates belonging to respective branch of specialization of engineering and consists of total number of questions : 30 Mark : 40

  • 20 Questions carrying 1 mark each : 20 X 1 = 20
  • 10 Questions carrying 2 mark each : 10 X 2 = 20
  • Marks = 40
  • Grand Total Part – A + Part-B = 75 Questions = 100 marks

Mechanical Science, this includes

  • Mechanical Engineering (MC)
  • Industrial and Production Engineering (IPE)
  • Industrial and Engineering Management (IEM)
  • Automobile Engineering (AE)
  • Manufacturing Science and Engineering (MSE)
  • Allied Branches of Mechanical Science (ABM)

Question paper will consist of Part-A and Part-B.

Part-A is common to (a) M.E. (b) IPE (c) IEM (d) AE (e) MSE (f) ABM

  • Total number of questions : 45 Marks : 60
  • 30 questions carrying 1 mark each : 30 X 1 = 30
  • 15 questions carrying 2 mark each : 15 X 2 = 30
  • Total: 60 Marks

Part-B is specific to candidates belonging to respective branch of specialization of engineering and consists of Total number of question s: 30 Marks : 40
20 Questions carrying 1 Mark each : 20 X 1 = 20

  • 10 Questions carrying 2 mark each : 10 X 2 = 20
  • Total: 40 Marks
  • Grand Total: Part-A + Part-B = 75 questions Marks = 100

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