COMEDK is the “Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka” – an autonomous institution consisting of senior academicians and reputed administrative officers who have been associated in educational eco system. This autonomous COMEDK was entrusted the responsibility to organize testing procedures to determine the merit of aspiring students in an effective, fair, transparent and non-exploitative procedure by KPCF (Karnataka Professional Colleges Foundation – Medical & Dental) and KUPECA (Karnataka Unaided Private Engineering Colleges Association). By this, COMEDK has been serving 16 Medical, 24 Dental and around 190 Engineering Colleges. COMEDK since its inception in 2004-05 has been conducting the annual entrance exam for Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses in the member institutions and has also been organizing single window centralized counseling process over the last 15 years. In all these years, the efforts of COMEDK have been appreciated by all the Government appointed Admission Overseeing Committees and also been mentioned by the Hon’ble Supreme Court as the model examination.
Subsequent to the National Eligibility -cum- Entrance Test (NEET) being mandated as the only acceptable entrance exam for admission to Medical and Dental courses in the country, COMEDK continues the evaluation process for the members of KUPECA i.e. around 190 Engineering colleges. For the current academic year 2020-21, COMEDK would conduct an online examination all over India on Sunday, the 10th May 2020, across 300 centres for the Engineering programs which offer around 20000 seats and will be followed by offline counseling to overcome the un-anticipated glitches in online counseling as we in India are not still fully prepared for the same.
Karnataka having been pioneers in establishing premier professional higher educational institutions, still continues to be the most sought after destination for students who seek quality in established colleges.
The said test will be held keeping in view the triple test criteria of being fair, transparent and non- exploitative and to ensure merit based admissions through a single common entrance test followed by centralized counseling as envisaged by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in TMA Pai Foundation Vs. the State (2002) 8 SCC 481, Islamic Academy of Education Vs. the State reported in (2003) 6 SCC 697 and PA Inamdar Vs. the State of Maharashtra reported in (2005) 6 SCC 537.This Brochure provides a fair idea as to how and what the candidates have to follow as procedure for filling the application, eligibility criteria, test procedures, eligibility to participate in seat selection process, mandatory certificates / documents to be produced, securing the Test Admission Ticket, the malpractices and the measures required to be observed for avoiding the same, consequences of such malpractices, etc.
Applicants are required to read this brochure thoroughly, so as to familiarize themselves and adhere to the rules strictly. Further, COMEDK’s website www.comedk.org contains information and current updates/alerts. This site is updated regularly. COMEDK suggests all applicants to visit it frequently for relevant information.
Candidates from all over the country can appear for the UGET 2020 entrance examination.
1.1 For UG Engineering Courses
Note: The candidates shall submit the original marks card of the examination during counseling for proving their eligibility vis-a-vis marks scored as evidenced by the original marks card
1.2 For UG Architecture Courses
Comedk UGET-2020 Engineering Entrance Exam is scheduled to be held on 10th May 2020, Sunday.
|Andaman & Nicobar||Port Blair||Jammu & Kashmir||Jammu||Madhya Pradesh||Ujjain|
|Andhra Pradesh||Ananthpur||Jammu & Kashmir||Samba||Maharashtra||Aurangabad|
|Andhra Pradesh||Chittoor||Jammu & Kashmir||Srinagar||Maharashtra||Jalgaon|
|Andhra Pradesh||Guntur||Jharkhand||Bokaro Steel City||Maharashtra||Kolhapur|
|Chhattisgarh||Bhilai And Durg||Karnataka||Shivamogga(Shimoga)||Tamilnadu||Madurai|
|Delhi-Ncr||New Delhi||Kerala||Kasaragod||Uttar Pradesh||Aligarh|
|Gujarat||Surat||Madhya Pradesh||Bhopal||Uttar Pradesh||Varanasi|
|Haryana||Ambala||Madhya Pradesh||Gwalior||West Bengal||Durgapur|
|Haryana||Gurugram||Madhya Pradesh||Indore||West Bengal||Kolkata|
|Haryana||Hisar||Madhya Pradesh||Jabalpur||West Bengal||Siliguri|
|Himachal Pradesh||Shimla||Madhya Pradesh||Satna|
a) The test cities are allotted to candidates on first come first serve basis. However, COMEDK reserves the right to allot any other test city other than the city chosen by the candidate.
b) A candidate can choose and select 3 cities in order of preference at the time of applying for the exam from the available list of Test Cities in Online Application form
c) The option to choose the test city will be available before submitting the application form online, subject to availability. Please note that the preference indicated by the candidate will be considered only after receipt of successful online Payment by COMEDK
d) The option of city chosen by the candidate cannot be changed subsequently under any circumstance.
e) In case of non-availability of slots/centers in a city of your choice at the time of completing your application, you may choose to book a slot in an alternative city from the available list in the Online Application form.
f) If for any reason, a test city has to be cancelled or is non-available; applicants who had opted for the cancelled/non-available test city will be allotted a center at another city by COMEDK.
g) COMEDK reserves the right to allot any other Exam City other than the preference indicated by the applicant.
h) Any changes to the stated policy and decision will be communicated on our website.
i) Each city can have one or more centers. The allocation of centers is done through a computer assisted randomization / optimization process.
j) The allocated center will be communicated on the online test admission ticket (online TAT).
|Stream||FEES (IN RS.)|
|COMEDK UGET||BOTH COMEDK AND UNIGAUGE|
|PCM||Fee Structure will be available soon||Fee Structure will be available soon|
*CONVENIENCE CHARGES/FEE on TRANSACTION.
|TYPE OF TRANSACTION||CONVENIENCE CHARGES/FEE||HOW TO CHECK THE CONVENIENCE FEE /CHARGES|
|Payment using Credit card/Debit Cards||Convenience fee will be between 1.05% and 1.15% of transaction amount (depending on the card)+ GST on convenience charge as applicable||Once you are directed to Citrus Payment gateway and enter your card details, you will be able to see “convenience charges are applicable “below the “PAY” button. Click on the “convenience charges are applicable” to view your convenience charges|
|Payment using Net banking||Convenience fee will be between Rs 18 and Rs 23 (may vary from bank to bank)+ GST on convenience charge as applicable||Once you are directed to Citrus Payment gateway and enter your card details, you will be able to see “convenience charges are applicable “below the “PAY” button. Click on the “convenience charges are applicable” to view your convenience charges|
|SUBJECTS||PCM(B.E)||DATE & TIME|
|Physics||60 MCQ||From 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM of 10th May 2020|
The entrance test is based on the existing syllabus of 10 + 2 / 11 & 12th STD / 1st and 2nd PUC.