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The answer key objection window for the Karnataka PGCET 2022 will close tomorrow.

The answer key objection window for the Karnataka PGCET 2022 will close tomorrow.
Candidates can download and object to the Karnataka PGCET 2022 answer key at cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea until December 6, 11.59 p.m.

The objection window for the Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) 2022 answer key will close tomorrow, December 6. Candidates can access and file objections to the PGCET 2022 answer key via the official website, cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea.
The PGCET answer key for the MBA, MCA, and MTech programs was released on December 1. Candidates must use the answer key or objection link to challenge the answer key. Only valid objections with supporting documentation will be taken into account.
After reviewing the objections received in response to the provisional PGCET answer key, the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will release the final PGCET 2022 answer key.

To file an objection, candidates must first visit the KEA’s official website. On the homepage, click the PGCET 2022 answer key link. Then, log in with your PGCET 2022 roll number and date of birth. The answer key will appear on the screen. Fill out the objection form and upload any supporting documents as directed. Following that, submit your objections, download the confirmation slip, and save it for future reference.
The PGCET exam for the MCA and MTech programmes was held on November 19. The PGCET exam for the MBA programme took place on November 20, 2022. The exam lasted two hours and was conducted in offline mode.

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