Juhee Prasad Updated On: 20 Aug, 2018 16:57 IST
After the declaration of the result, qualified candidates who performed well in the Karnataka PGCET 2018 will be called to participate in the counselling process. The counselling of Karnataka PGCET 2018 is conducted in online mode, which will be based on the results of Karnataka PGCET 2018.
For counselling process of Karnataka PGCET 2018, a separate merit list will be prepared for the MBA/MCA/M.E./M.Tech/M.Arch courses. The exam conducting authority will publish all the counselling related information on their official website.
The counselling process involves:
Registration of the candidate
Verification of documents
Entry of options, and
For counselling, candidates will have to be ready with the following documents:
Qualifying Examination Mark Sheet
Class 10th Mark Sheet
Class 12th Mark Sheet
Candidate’s Study Certificate
Online Application form 2018
Caste/Caste Income Certificate
Two passport size photograph
PGCET Admission ticket/Hall Ticket
Challan of paying the fee
To participate in the counselling process, shortlisted candidates will have to register themselves.
Candidates will have to visit the nearest Helpline Centres, wherein he/she will get to know about the counselling process.
The next step of the counselling process involves the verification of the documents.
Qualified candidates will have to carry their original documents and their photocopies to the helpline centres to get them verified.
After the verification is done, a verification slip will be provided to the candidates.
Entry of Options:
For counselling, candidates will get a chance to choose the college/colleges and courses of their choice.
This entire process is done online, wherein the candidates will have to enter their application number and the unique key printed on the verification slip.
Candidates will have to select course stream, college and course of their choice.
This is the last step of the counselling process. The allotment of seats is done on the basis of merit and the options filled by the candidates.
The seat allotment for Karnataka PGCET 2018 is done as per the reservation policy of the government.
After seat allotment, candidates must report to the college for seat confirmation.