The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka, have made available the COMEDK UGET 2014 admit cards for its candidates on their official website. COMED-K has scheduled the Undergraduate Entrance Test on May 11, 2014.
Candidates need to logon to the official website and fill in the application number along with their date of birth in order to download their Admit Cards for the 2014 COMEDK UGET.
COMEDK is the “Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka” to determine the merit of students seeking admissions to the undergraduate courses in the Member Institutions of the Karnataka Professional Colleges Foundation Trust (KPCF) in its endeavor to offer an effective, fair, transparent and non-exploitative testing procedure.
There are 14 Medical, 25 Dental and more than 150 engineering colleges who make available almost 20,000 seats for admission. The entrance test is being conducted for merit determination for use by COMEDK Member Institutions only. The COMEDK entrance test is mandatory for candidates seeking admissions for the Under-Graduate courses in these Institutions
The COMEDK UGET test scores are valid only for admissions during the academic year 2014-15
COMED-K 2014 will be conducting papers for three individual courses: Engineering courses; Medical and Dental courses and; Medical/Dental and Engineering courses.
Engineering Course: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics papers will be conducted as one paper for three hours duration.
Medical and Dental Courses: Physics and Chemistry will be undertaken by students as as one paper for two hours duration besides that there will also Biology and English as another paper for two hours duration.
Medical/Dental and Engineering courses (Both): Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics will be conducted as one paper for three hours duration besides Biology and English will be undertaken by candidates as another paper for two hours duration.
Candidates will be attempting the examination on an OMR (Optical Mark Reader) Answer Sheet. Each correct answer is of one mark and each question will have one correct answer. Attempting answers with multiple markings will not be fetching the candidates no marks for that particular answer. There is no negative marking.
However, in the event of a tie in the test score the principle of least negative responses (Number of wrong answers) will be adopted. In addition, if required, other methods may be adopted to break ties.