The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) will close the application window today for UGET 2021. Candidates who want to take admission to BE/BTech programmes can apply for the Under Graduate Entrance Test-2021 at the official website

The COMEDK UGET 2021 exam was scheduled to be held on June 20 but was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The new date of examination will be announced in due course.

Eligibility criteria

The qualifying examinations prescribed for admission for B.E./B.Tech is the second PUC or 10+2 Higher Secondary or equivalent examination recognized by State/Central Government. The last two years of candidates’ study should comprise of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with English as a compulsory subject.

The General Merit candidates should have passed with a minimum aggregate of 45% marks (40% in respect of SC, ST and OBC candidates of Karnataka State) in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and should have passed these subjects individually. Physics and Mathematics are compulsory subjects along with Chemistry or Bio-Technology or Biology or Computer Science or Electronics as one of the optional subjects.

Diploma candidates are not eligible to take the Entrance Test as there are no lateral entry admissions.

Steps to apply for COMEDK UGET 2021:

  1. Visit the official website
  2. Click on, “Click here to Login/Register for Engineering Application” under the Important Links section
  3. Register and login
  4. Fill the application form, and pay the application fee
  5. Download and take a printout of the application form for future reference

Here’s direct link to apply for COMEDK UGET 2021.

Exam pattern

The Entrance Test COMEDK UGET-2021 will be conducted only in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode and is mandatory for all candidates seeking admissions to B.E courses in Member Institutions of COMEDK. The entrance test will be based on the existing syllabus of 10+2 / 11th and 12th STD /1st and 2nd PUC. There will be 180 multiple-choice questions i.e., 60 questions per subject — Physics, Chemistry and Maths. The duration of the examination will be 3 hours.