PGCET 2017: Admission for 20000 candidates to 200 MBA colleges in Bangalore & Karnataka; exam in July

Thursday, March 23 2017, 06:05 AM
PGCET 2017 in July will open gates for more than 20000 candidates seeking admission for MBA 2017-19 in 200 MBA colleges accepting PGCET in Bangalore and rest of Karnataka
The best way to crack the PGCET 2017 is to take more mocks in paper pen mode test as the exam is very similar to MAT and KMAT

Post Graduate Common Entrance test (PGCET) 2017 in July will open gates for more than 20000 candidates seeking admission for MBA 2017-19. The MBA colleges accepting PGCET are also 200 plus located in Bangalore and rest of Karnataka.

The PGCET 2017  notification is proposed to be released by the Karnataka Government in the last week of May, 2017. The PGCET 2017 application process will open only after the release of PGCET 2017 notification for the exam. The PGCET 2017 application form will be available online only and the candidates filling up the PGCET 2017 application form will have to download it before completing it.

Karnataka PGCET 2017 exam is proposed to be held in paper pen mode in the first week of July 2017.

The Karnataka PGCET is not considered a difficult exam and the candidates appearing in PGCET can crack the exam with high score with a consistent preparation without devoting too much of time. The best way to crack the PGCET 2017 is to take more mocks in paper pen mode test as the exam is very similar to MAT and KMAT. The experts are of the view that candidates should attempt and practice on MAT Mocks and KMAT past paper to improve their test taking skill for PGCET.

Karnataka PGCET 2017: All India candidates can appear
Karnataka PGCET is a popular exam for the students who want to pursue MBA from top MBA colleges in Bangalore and rest of Karnataka. The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) Government of Karnataka will conduct PGCET for admission to MBA 2017-19 and other post graduate programmes in July 2017.

The Karnataka state candidates as well as All India candidates can appear in the exam and explore admission opportunity to various MBA colleges in Karnataka with PGCET scores.
Admissions to the MBA programme beginning 2017 for Government seats shall be made in accordance with the Karnataka Selection of Candidates for Admission to Master of Business Administration and Master of Computer Application Courses Rules, 2005.

PGCET 2017 Exam Pattern
The PGCET-2017 exam will be held in paper pen mode in one session separately for MBA. The exam will have a duration of 2 hours with a maximum score of 100 marks. Each question will be of (Objective) Multiple Choice type. There will be 100 MCQs in PGCET 2016 and each will carry 1 mark.

The candidates have to mark the correct answers on the OMR answer sheet using BLUE OR BLACK INK BALL POINT PEN ONLY. PGCET 2017 will have NO negative marking in respect of wrong answers.

The exam will have 4 sections

Proficiency in English Language

General Knowledge

Reasoning and General Intelligence

 Quantitative Analysis

PGCET 2017 Syllabus
PGCET 2017 exam syllabus for MBA PG Courses proposes to consist of following topics

Section-A: Proficiency in English Language

Synonyms

Antonyms

One word Substitution

Idioms and phrases

Grammar

Famous Books in English Literature

Sentence Correction

Pairs expressing relationships

Section-B: General Knowledge

Indian Business Environment

Global Environment

Social Events

Cultural Events

Economics

 Management

Political Events

Historical Events

Current Affairs

Sports

Awards

Personalities and Achievements

Science and Technology

Humanities

 

Section-C: Test of Reasoning and General Intelligence

Puzzles

Diagrams

Analogy

Logic

Verbal Ability

Analytical Ability

Related Aspects

 

Section-D:  Quantitative Analysis

Arithmetic

Data Analysis and Interpretation

Statistics

Related Quantitative Aspects SYL

MBA colleges accepting PGCET
There are 200 plus MBA colleges accepting PGCET 2017 in Bangalore and rest of Karnataka. A few prominent MBA colleges accepting PGCET are -

Acharya Bangalore B-School (ABBS) Bangalore
Adarsh Institute of Management And Information Technology (AIMIT) Bangalore
Alliance Ascent College - Alliance University Bangalore
Alliance School of Business - Alliance University Bangalore
Amrita School Of Business Bengaluru
Christ University (CU) Bengaluru
Don Bosco Institute of Technology (DBIT) Bengaluru
GIBS Business School Bangalore
Jain University (JU) Bangalore
M S Ramaiah Institute of Management (MSRIM) Bangalore
REVA University Bangalore

A candidate with 50% marks in Bachelor’s degree can apply for Karnataka PGCET 2017. To know the complete details for eligibility to apply in Karnataka PGCET 2017 and PGCET application process and complete exam schedule click here

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