COMEDK UGET Syllabus for Physics is based on the chapters and topics studied by the candidates in their 12th standard boards or 10+2 higher secondary or 12 PUC.
Physics is about questioning, studying, probing nature. You probe, and, if you're lucky, you get st
COMEDK UGET 2017 Chemistry syllabus will be based on the topics and chapters studied by the applicants in their Class XII/10+2 /2ndPUC level. The subject Chemistry should be studied by the applicants while preparing for the undergraduate entrance examination conducted by the Consortium of Medical
KEA (Karnataka Education Authority) has invited applications from NEET 2017 rank holders seeking admission in MBBS/BDS programs offered by various medical colleges of Karnataka. All the desirous applicants need to participate in the KCET(Karnataka Common Enterance Test) 2017 counselling process.
KCET Result has been released by KEA on May 30, 2017. Candidates who sat for KCET from May 02 – May 04, 2017 can visit the official website of KCET i.e. kea.kar.nic.in to check their result and rank. Must enter their user ID, verification code and password to access KCET Result.
MAT May 2017 online mode exam was held on May 13, 2017. Those who have taken MAT May 2017, might now be looking for answer keys and paper analysis. But before that, an answer key is sought after for correct solutions. MAT exam is held four times a year in month of February, May, September an
COMEDK UGET (Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka, Under Graduate Entrance Test) was conducted on May 14, 2017 in online mode. The difficulty level of the paper was moderate in nature. COMEDK-UGET 2017 Answer Key along with solutions is available on this page. The a
MAT 2017 was held on May 7, 2017 for the second time this year. Those who have appeared for it might be impatiently waiting for the results. But before that, an answer key is sought after for correct solutions. MAT
GMAT is an online test that assesses potential of candidates in four sections, namely, Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning Section, Quantitative Section and Verbal Section. Candidates are given three and a half hours for these four sections. The total score out of 800