Results for the Karnataka KEA PGCET 2022 are scheduled to be released on December 29.

Karnataka PGCET 2022 results will be released on December 29, and document verification for GATE-qualified applicants in rank order from first to last will take place at KEA Bangalore on January 2 before the remainder of the process begins on January 3.

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In New Delhi: The PGCET’s organising authority, the Karnataka Examinations Authority, has released the results date and the schedule for document verification. The document verification process will begin on January 3 and go through January 13, 2023, with the KEA PGCET 2022 results being announced on December 29. On January 2, KEA Bangalore will host the document verification for GATE qualified candidates in order of rank, from first to last. Candidates for the PGCET 2022 must report at KEA Bangalore by 1:45 pm, and the document verification will take place from 2 to 4 pm.

The examination authority stated that the document verification for eligible PGCET 2022 applicants seeking admission to MBA, MCA, ME, MTEch, and MArch programmes will be conducted in accordance with the schedule announced, adding that the document verification will be completed all at once for the candidate’s eligible programmes in each discipline.

The PGCET 2022 document verification will take place at the hotline centres in Bangalore, Mysore, Belagavi, Kalburgi, Shimoga, Mangalore, Bijapur, Dharwad, and Devangere. On the website, a comprehensive list of PGCET 2022 helpline centres is now accessible.

Candidates who receive multiple PGCET 2022 ranks must report to the helpdesk centre on the appointed date in accordance with their highest rank in any field and must refrain from returning for more ranks in additional disciplines.

Depending on the timetable, general merit, reserved, and special category categories may attend document verification at any helpline centre. However, according to their ranks, non-Karnataka candidates, GATE qualified candidates, sponsored quota candidates, and part-time quota candidates would only need to attend the document verification in Bangalore.

When candidates appear for document verification at the hotline centre, the KEA noted, they must bring the necessary documentation in person, along with two passport-size photographs and one set of photocopies that have been attested by a gazetted officer.

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