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Karnataka PGCET 2024 Postponed, KEA Announces Reopening of Applications

Noida June 26, 2024 : 

In a significant development, Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has announced the postponement of Karnataka PGCET 2024. Originally scheduled for July 13 and 14, 2024, the entrance test has been deferred due to a clash with the final semester exams of some universities in the state.

Karnataka PGCET 2024: Reasons for Postponement

Many students had submitted requests to KEA for the postponement of PGCET 2024 exam as several universities in Karnataka are commencing their final semester exams from July 5 to 10, 2024. This scheduling conflict created concerns among aspiring postgraduate students who had planned to appear for the PGCET.

Karnataka PGCET 2024: Reopening of Applications

To accommodate the needs of the students, KEA has decided to reopen the Karnataka PGCET 2024 registration window. Candidates who have not yet applied for the entrance test can now register online at until July 7, 2024 (11:59 pm). However, the deadline for fee payment will remain July 9, 2024 (6 pm).

Courses Covered

Karnataka PGCET 2024 is a crucial entrance test for students aspiring to pursue postgraduate courses in Karnataka, including MCA, MBA, ME, MArch, and MTech. The postponement and reopening of applications aim to provide a fair opportunity to all candidates.

New Dates to be Announced

KEA has stated that the revised dates for Karnataka PGCET 2024 will be published on their website in due course. Students are encouraged to closely monitor the KEA website for updates on the new examination schedule.

Commitment to Student Welfare

This decision by KEA highlights the importance of addressing the concerns of students and ensuring that they are not burdened with conflicting schedules. By postponing the Karnataka PGCET 2024 and reopening the application window, KEA has demonstrated its commitment to providing a fair and accessible examination process for all aspiring postgraduate students in the state.

As students eagerly await the announcement of the new dates for Karnataka PGCET 2024, they are advised to stay updated with the latest information provided by KEA. This postponement serves as a reminder of the need for effective coordination and planning in the education sector to minimize disruptions and ensure the smooth progression of students’ academic journeys.

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