KARNATAKA PGCET 2020 Counselling will be conducted by the KEA in two rounds namely round 1 and round 2. The procedure of the Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test counselling starts with the option entry followed by the mock seat allotment followed by the final result of the seat allotment. The last step would be the fee payment and reporting at the allotted colleges. Aspirants will have to go through the documents verification first at the different alloted centres. Read the whole article to know more about KARNATAKA PGCET Counselling 2020.
KARNATAKA PGCET 2020 Counselling Dates
The examinees can check all the important dates of Karnataka PGCET 2020 Counselling from the table given below.
Karnataka PGCET 2020 Counselling Schedule
|PGCET 2020 Round – I |
|Display of seat matrix and fee structure|Last week of August 2020
|Mode of Option Entry available from |Last week of August 2020
|Declaration of the results of Mock Allotment|1st week of September 2020
|Provision to make changes in options made by the candidates|1st week of September 2020
|Declaration of results of Round – I|1st week of September 2020
|Payment of Fees|2nd week of September 2020
|Last date of reporting at the allotted college|2nd week of September 2020
|PGCET 2020 Round – II|
|Release of Seat Matrix |3rd week of September 2020
|Mode of Option Entry available from |3rd week of September 2020
|Declaration of the results of the second round |3rd week of September 2020
|Payment of fees |4th week of September 2020
|Last date of reporting at the allotted college|4th week of September 2020
KARNATAKA PGCET 2020 Documents Required for Counselling
Candidates are advised to carry all the documents listed below at the time conduction of the counselling process:
- PGCET 2020 Admission Ticket/hall ticket
- A Print out of the PGCET 2020 Application Form
- SSLC/10th Standard/ Equivalent Examination Marks Card
- 2nd PUC/12th standard/Equivalent examination marks card
- Qualifying degree marks card of all the years/semesters
- Degree Certificate/Provisional Degree Certificate
- Study Certificate Counter Signed by BEO (Only for Karnataka Candidates).
Note - Other than the Study Certificate, Conduct Certificate, Character Certificate or any other certificate will not be accepted.
Given below is a list of the documents which should be produced, ONLY if applicable
- Minimum 3 years work Experience Certificate (for Part-time candidates)
- Minimum one-year work experience certificate (for QIP)
- Sponsorship Certificate
- GATE Score Card
- Caste Certificate / Caste Income Certificate / Income Certificate obtained from the concerned Tahasildar, for the candidates claiming Reservation benefits.
- Candidates claiming Hyderabad-Karnataka Region Reservation
- Parent’s study certificate / Parent’s Employment certificate / Parent’s Hometown certificate / (Parent’s Domicile certificate/Parent’s Cumulative Record / Parent’s Marks Card, etc) for the candidates claiming eligibility for Government seats based on the (domicile)/study/(employment) of the parent.
Karnataka PGCET 2020 Counselling Process
Check Karnataka PGCET 2020 counselling procedure mentioned below:
At this step, candidates are advised to select the college and course and enter the same. This is known as Option Entry.
The results of the mock allotment are disclosed before the final results are declared of seat allotment. at this stage, candidates get a chance to make changes in the options selected by them.
- Final Result of the seat allotment
The final result of the seat allotment is declared on the day of counselling on the official website. Candidates can check the final result from the website in order to make a decision whether they want the seat or not.
Applicants will have to pay the fees of the course selected by them during the option entry. They have to download or print the challan from the official website and pay the prescribed fee or the remaining fee through NEFT RTGS/IMPS. Download and print the admission order and affix signature on it.
- Reporting at the allotted college
Candidates are advised to report at the allotted colleges within or before the last date. If a candidate fails to appear on the reporting day, his/her seat allotment will be cancelled.