Karnataka PGCET 2020, DCET 2020 Hall Tickets Released by KEA; Get Direct Links to Download Here

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The Karnataka Examination Authority(KEA) has published the admit cards of PGCET 2020 and DCET 2020 at its official website. Get Direct Link to Download Here 

Students who have applied for an examination may visit the Karnataka Examination Authority's official website to download the hall ticket for the examination.

The Karnataka PGCET 2020 and DCET 2020 exam hall ticket download link is available on the official website.

Students are required to enter details such as the application number and date of birth on the link provided in order to download the admit card.

Read More:  PGCET 2020 Admit Card

The Karnataka PGCET 2020 and DCET 2020 examination hall ticket is a mandatory document required for the examination to be carried out by the students.

The admit card for the Karnataka PGCET 2020 and DCET 2020 exams are available on the official website-cetonline.karnataka.gov.in. The Karnataka PGCET 2020 and DCET 2020 examination hall tickets can also be downloaded by the candidates through the direct link provided below.

Steps to Download Karnataka PGCET 2020 & Karnataka DCET 2020 Admit Card

Step 1: Visit the official web page of KEA @cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea

Step 2: Click the hall ticket link provided for Karnataka PGCET 2020/ DCET 2020

Step 3: Enter the number and date of birth of the application in the link provided

Step 4: For further reference, download the hall ticket

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Details such as the name and roll number of the students, the name of the exam, details of the examination centre, subjects appearing for, reporting time to the exam centre, and the instructions to be followed on the day of the exam will be included in the Karnataka PGCET 2020 and DCET 2020 exam hall ticket.

The Karnataka PGCET 2020 examination will take place on 13 and 14 October 2020, pursuant to the schedule provided on the official website, while the Karnataka DCET 2020 examination is scheduled to take place on 14 October 2020, respectively.

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Details Mentioned on Karnataka PGCET 2020 & Karnataka DCET 2020 Admit Card?

  1. Name of the Father of the Candidate
  2. Exam Centre's venue
  3. The Test Date & Time
  4. Reporting Time to Exam Centre
  5. (Male / Female) Gender
  6. Roll Number
  7. Test Duration
  8. Space for the Signature of Invigilator
  9. The Candidate Photograph
  10. Applicant's Birth Date
  11. The Written Test's Name
  12. Category of candidates
  13. Number for registration
  14. Name of Test Centre
  15. The Exam Conducting Board's name
  16. Space for the Signature Applicant
  17. The Exam Takers' Important Guidelines
  18. Full Applicant's name
  19. Examination Centre Code
  20. Signature of the Counselor for the Board

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Karnataka PGCET 2020 & Karnataka DCET 2020 Admit Card: Important Points

Almost all the details of the examination are included in the admit card, such as date and time, location, important instructions, photographs, etc.

The authorities have issued the Karnataka PGCET 2020 admit card only to candidates who have to register before the last date.

Candidates are advised to carefully go through all of the details mentioned in the admit card. Contact the authorities as soon as possible in the event of any errors or mistakes.

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Karnataka PGCET 2020 & Karnataka DCET 2020: Exam Day Guidelines

An important document is the Karnataka PGCET 2020 admit card, and candidates should not forget to bring it to the examination centre. Candidates without it will not be permitted to appear for an exam.

Applicants will not be allowed to bring to the examination hall mobile phones, books, paper or any electronic gadgets.

Candidates should arrive at the 2020 Karnataka PGCET Examination Centre at least an hour before the start of the examination.

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