COMEDK UGET Eligibility Criteria 2019 - Academic Qualification and Age Limit

COMEDK UGET 2019 Eligibility Criteria

To appear in COMEDK exam, it is important for the candidates to satisfy all the eligibility criteria. Not complying with even one condition would lead to the canceling of candidature. So, candidates should go through all the eligibility criteria before applying for this exam. This eligibility criterion is different for engineering and architectural courses. Eligibility criteria are majorly based on the marks in the qualifying exam. The eligibility conditions for engineering and architecture are given in the tables mentioned below

Eligibility criteria for engineering courses

Nature of qualifying exam
  • Candidates have to pass either PUC or 10th and 12th higher secondary or equivalent examination
  • This should be from an institution which has an appropriate recognition
Subjects to be mandatory in the qualifying exam
  • Physics, Chemistry ,and Mathematics
  • English will be a compulsory subject in the last two years
Minimum marks to be scored in the qualifying exam
  • Minimum of 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry ,and Mathematics in total
  • Minimum of 40% in these subjects for the students of SC, ST and OBC candidates belonging to the state of Karnataka
  • Among the three subjects, Physics and Mathematics are compulsory while in the place of chemistry, it can be any of  the following subjects: Biology or Electronics or Biotechnology or Computer science
Are the diploma candidates eligible?
  • No, they are not eligible under there is no lateral admission scheme

Eligibility criteria for Architecture courses

Nature of qualifying exam
  • Candidates have to pass either PUC or 10th and 12th higher secondary or equivalent examination
  • This should be from an institution which has an appropriate recognition
  • A Diploma can also be considered
Subjects to be mandatory in the qualifying exam
  • Mathematics should have been one of the compulsory subjects in 10th or 12th
Minimum marks to be scored in the qualifying exam
  • Minimum of 50% marks in aggregate
  • Minimum of 45% in these subjects for the students of SC,ST and OBC candidates belonging to the state of Karnataka

 

Qualification for the candidates opting for B.Arch course
  • Candidates need not appear in any of the separate entrance exams as their qualification is based on NATA scores

Nationality

The students who are the citizens of India are eligible for writing this exam. Though the exams are conducted only for the colleges in Karnataka, the students even from other states can also appear for this exam. This makes it famous among students from different parts of the nation to give this exam.

Age Limit and Number of Attempts

There is no age limit for this exam as per the official notification. But the age limit as per the norms of AICTE/VTU will be applicable to this exam. Since the official notification did not mention the number of attempts, candidates are allowed to give as many attempts as possible. So, if you have missed a chance to get the admission in one attempt, you can easily go for the next attempt. But, you have to give your maximum efforts every time you give this exam.