Abhik DasUpdated On: 15 Oct, 2019 20:20 IST
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The seat matrix for the Karnataka PGCET seat allotment process is issued by the Government. The course-wise and category-wise seat matrix for the Karnataka PGCET 2020 seat allotment process which will be issued by the Government will be available on the official KEA website. The officials will strictly follow the seat allotment schedule for Karnataka PGCET 2020 and no candidate will be allowed to enter their seat options after the last date for the same is over.
After the candidates have entered their seat options as per the released seat matrix, the KEA officials will start allocating seats to the candidates who registered themselves for the seat allotment process for Karnataka PGCET 2020 on the basis of the merit list and the options entered by the candidates. The seat allotment will also depend upon the reservation policy followed by the Karnataka PGCET 2020 officials and the order of options entered by the candidates.
The candidates must also know that the Karnataka PGCET 2020 seat allotment process will be carried out in a sequence where M.Arch/ME/M. Tech applicants will be allocated seats first followed by allotment of seats to the MCA Lateral Entry & 1st-year applicants and MBA applicants in the end.
The seat allotment process for Karnatak PGCET 2020 will be carried in the following order:
M.Arch/ME/M.Tech Courses Seat Allotment Process: First preference for allotment of seats will be given to those candidates who have a valid GATE score irrespective of non-Karnataka or Karnataka candidates. The reservation policy will only be applicable for Karnataka candidates and the non-Karnataka candidates will be treated as General category candidates. 90% of the total remaining seats (in General category) after allotment of seats to the GATE qualified candidates will be reserved for Karnataka candidates while the remaining percentage of seats will be for non-Karnataka candidates who have appeared in the Karnataka PGCET exam. Karnataka PGCET 2020 eligible candidates will be allocated seats after the conclusion of seat allotment process for GATE qualified candidates.
MCA Lateral Entry and 1st Year Courses Seat Allotment Process: Both the general category students and reserved category students who will qualify the Karnataka PGCET 2020 exam will be allocated seats under the seat allotment process. Other than the MCA lateral entry rank holders, ME/M. Tech candidates along with PwD category candidates will be eligible for seat allotment process as per their Karnataka PGCET 2019 entrance exam rank.
MBA Course Seat Allotment Process: Both the general category students and reserved category students who qualify the Karnataka PGCET 2020 exam will be allocated seats under the seat allotment process. Other than the MBA rank holders, ME/M. Tech/MCA candidates along with PwD category candidates will be eligible for seat allotment process as per their Karnataka PGCET 2020 entrance exam rank.
The candidates must go through the detailed seat allotment process for Karnataka PGCET 2020 given below. The Karnataka PGCET 2020 seat allotment process will be conducted in two rounds and each round will have three phases and each phase a number of iterations.
The first round of the Karnataka PGCET 2020 seat allotment process will commence after the last date for entering options is over
The seat allotment process will begin with the allocation of seats to the candidates belonging to the special category (Ex-Servicemen or PwD candidates) according to their ranks and priority of options
In case a candidate is allocated a seat in the subsequent discipline, the previously allocated seat will be cancelled which will be available for allotment in the subsequent iteration
The first phase of the seat allotment process will comprise of multiple iterations
If a candidate from a reserved category is given admission in the general category seat, the reserved category seat will be vacant for the next round of the Karnataka PGCET 2020 seat allotment process. Such seat/s will only be available for candidates belonging to the reserved categories
Seats vacant after the conclusion of the first phase of the seat allotment process will be up for grab during the second round
The second round seat allotment process will remain the same as the first round of the Karnataka PGCET seat allotment process 2020
The candidates will be required to follow the given steps to check the seat allotment status of Karnataka PGCET 2020:
Step 1: Visit the official Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) website with the help of the link - https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea/
Step 2: Once on the homepage of the official KEA website, click on the “Admission” tab near the Search Engine bar
Step 3: Click on the link “PGCET 2020 MBA, MCA, M.Tech” link
Step 4: Click on the “Seat Allotment” link available on this page
Step 5: Enter your PGCET 2020 application/Hall ticket number and click on the “Submit” button
Step 6: Go through the seat allotment result and plan your next step accordingly
After the conclusion of a round of Karnataka PGCET 2020 seat allotment process, the candidates will be given four options to choose from which are as follows:
Such candidates cannot participate in the upcoming phases or rounds of the Karnataka PGCET 2020 seat allotment process
The satisfied candidates have to visit the KEA official website to download the challan
The candidates have to deposit the requisite amount followed by downloading the admission order which they will find on the official KEA website
After downloading the admission order, the candidates have to visit the college where they have been allocated a seat before the last date
The candidates have to report to the KEA officials regarding their joining the college through the official KEA website
The college authorities will also upload the details of the candidate/s joining their Institution on the official KEA website
The admission of those candidates will stand a chance of getting cancelled who do not report at the college within the last date after payment of fee and downloading the admission order. In such cases, the fee deposited by the candidates will be seized and the seat will be treated as vacant and will be available for the subsequent iterations or seat allotment rounds
Such candidates have to deposit the requisite fee first followed by downloading the challan and allotment order from the KEA official website
Choice 2 will allow the candidates to opt for a better option and if the candidates choose to go for the better option in the next round, their previous seat/s will be cancelled automatically
If the candidates do not get a better option, their previous seat/s will remain as it is
The candidates, in this case, have to surrender the seat allocated to them
The candidates have to re-apply for the options they had already chosen during the option entry process
Such candidates will not be able to participate in the subsequent rounds of the seat allotment process
The seat/s allocated to such candidates during the earlier phases of the seat allotment process will also be cancelled
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