Bangalore Gearing Up for 2024 Engineering Admissions: What You Need to Know

The wait is over for aspiring engineers in Bangalore! The 2024 admission season for engineering colleges in the city is here. With Bangalore being a hub for technical education, numerous esteemed institutions are accepting applications for their undergraduate engineering programs.

Here’s a quick breakdown of the key things to know:

  • Admission Process: Most engineering colleges in Bangalore base admissions on entrance exam scores. There are three main exams to consider:
    • KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test): Conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA), KCET is the primary state-level entrance exam for engineering admissions in Karnataka. The registration window for KCET 2024 closed on February 20, 2024.
    • COMEDK UGET (Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka Undergraduate Entrance Test): This exam is another gateway to top engineering colleges in Karnataka, including many in Bangalore. Applications for COMEDK UGET 2024 were open from February 1 to April 27, 2024.
    • JEE Main (Joint Entrance Examination – Main): This national-level engineering entrance exam is also accepted by many Bangalore colleges.
  • Individual College Applications: While entrance exams are crucial, some colleges might have additional application procedures. Check the official website of the colleges you’re interested in for specific deadlines and requirements.
  • Important Dates (passed):
    • KCET 2024 Application: Closed on February 20, 2024 (Exam date yet to be announced)
    • COMEDK UGET 2024 Application: Closed on April 27, 2024 (Exam scheduled for May 12, 2024)
  • Looking Ahead: If you missed the application deadlines for KCET or COMEDK UGET, some colleges might have separate entrance exams or accept scores from other national-level engineering entrance exams. Stay tuned to the colleges’ websites for further announcements.

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