COMEDK 2017 Admission Test on May 14, 2017; Indicative Cutoff Rank to Go Up

Karnataka private engineering colleges’ entrance exam for admissions under COMEDK UGET will be held on May 14, 2017, in 153 cities across the country, perhaps for the last time in its history of over two decades and the cutoff rank is likely to be higher this year.

The COMEDK UGET 2017 will be conducted as an online test for admissions in undergraduate engineering courses and for medical seats, the NEET 2017 will be the barometer for admissions, said Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK). The exam will be for engineering seats for over 150 colleges in Karnataka and 12 Uni-GAUGE member institutions, for over 20,000 seats.

COMEDK said there will be no provision for making correction in the application form which was to be made online.The admit card will be available from May 5 onwards for download. The printout of admit card should be produced at the time of exam along with other documents required by the candidates. The invigilator’s signature is a must on the card and candidates have to ensure that, said COMEDK under its instructions.

Here is a list of entries which are encessary:
Test Admission Ticket Number (TAT number)
Candidate’s name
Candidate’s address and contact details
Candidate’s photo
Test Center details
Test timings
ID Proof details
Pasted passport size photograph

The admission test will have 180 questions given in English under multiple choices carrying one mark each, with no negative marking. Each of the three subjects – Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics – will have 60 questions each. In case of a tie, the person who has made maximum wrong answers stands to loose in the determination of merit/ rank.

Here are the indicative cutoff points for COMEDK 2017:

For R.V.College of Engineering, the No.1 college in Bangalore, the cutoff rank for CSE or Computer Science Engineering in the last two years was in the range of top 470, for ECE or Electronics & Communication Engineering, it was 750 and for EEE or Electrical & Electronics Engineering, it was 1780 range.

For BMS College, the cutoff for CSE was in the range of 1047, for ECE, it is 1392. For more details download the latest available cutoff indicator from 2015 admissions from COMEDK at this link:





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