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Default Re: Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (Karnataka PGCET) dates

As you want to get the details of Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (Karnataka PGCET) dates so here it is for you:

Karnataka PGCET 2014 Eligibility Criteria:
Candidates must have passed qualifying examination or equivalent examination with a minimum of 50% marks (45% in case of SC, ST and Category-I candidates ) in aggregate

Candidates must meet the domicile requirements as specified.

They must have studied for a minimum seven years from Class I to the qualifying exam.

Candidates with valid GATE score will be given preference and need not appear for Karnataka PGCET 2014

Karnataka PGCET 2014 Exam Pattern:
Duration of the exam is 120 minutes
Total Marks are 100
Total No of Questions is 75 as follows:
Part 1: 50 questions of 1 mark each
Part 2: 25 questions of 2 marks each

Karnataka PGCET 2014 Application Form Fees:
Rs.650 ( Rs.500 for SC/ST candidates of Karnataka)

Payment Mode:
They must pay by cash at any branch of State Bank of Mysore or at any E-Payment Pot Offices

Karnataka PGCET 2014 Important Dates:
Commencement of Online Application : June 30, 2014
Payment of fees at SBM/E-Payment Post Offices: July 2, 2014
Last Date of Entry of Application: July 10, 2014
Last date to pay the fees : July 12, 2014
Downloading of Admission Tickets on or after: July 20, 2014
Test: July 26, 2014
Result: August, 2014
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I want to give the Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (Karnataka PGCET) and for that I want to get the details of eligibility and the dates so can you provide me that?
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Old 13th August 2014, 02:39 PM
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Default Re: Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (Karnataka PGCET) dates

As you want to get the details of eligibility and the dates of Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (Karnataka PGCET) so here it is for you:

Karnataka PGCET 2014 Eligibility Criteria:
Candidates must have passed qualifying examination or equivalent examination with a minimum of 50% marks (45% in case of SC, ST and Category-I candidates ) in aggregate

Candidates must meet the domicile requirements as specified.

Candidates with valid GATE score will be given preference and need not appear for Karnataka PGCET 2014

Karnataka PGCET 2014 Exam Pattern:
Duration of the exam is 120 minutes
Total Marks are 100
Total No of Questions is 75 as follows:
Part 1: 50 questions of 1 mark each
Part 2: 25 questions of 2 marks each

Karnataka PGCET 2014 Application Form Fees:
Rs.650 ( Rs.500 for SC/ST candidates of Karnataka)

Payment Mode:
They must pay by cash at any branch of State Bank of Mysore or at any E-Payment Pot Offices

Karnataka PGCET 2014 Important Dates:
Commencement of Online Application : June 30, 2014
Payment of fees at SBM/E-Payment Post Offices: July 2, 2014
Last Date of Entry of Application: July 10, 2014
Last date to pay the fees : July 12, 2014
Downloading of Admission Tickets on or after: July 20, 2014
Test: July 26, 2014
Result: August, 2014

Karnataka PGCET 2014 M.Tech Syllabus – Civil Engineering

1. Elements of Civil Engineering & Strength of Materials: Force and its types, Concept of equilibrium, Building stones, Bricks. Cement and its properties. Timber and its properties. Columns and Struts, Stress and Mohr’s circle, Types of Beams, Bending moments and Shear force. Bending stress and Shear stress, Cylinders Torsion.

2. Building Engineering Science: Safe bearing capacity, Foundation, Types of Foundation, Footings and types, Reinforced Cement concrete, Mortars, Woods, Types of roofs, Cement and its types, Bricks Lintels, Chap and Masonry, Staircase, Trusses.

3. Surveying: Chain surveying, Errors in surveying. Compass surveying, Omitted measurements. Plain table surveying, Leveling. Trigonometric surveying, Tachometric Surveying. Contouring, Curves. Calculation of are and volume.

4. Fluid s Mechanics: Different types of fluids and units, pressure, byoyant force, Different types of flows, Bernoulli’s theorem, Discharge Measurements, Orifice, most economical section of the channel, Reynold’s and Fraud’s number, Similarities, Pressure measuring devices.

5. Structures: Beams — Singly, doubly. flanged beams Slabs — One-way, two way and flab slabs Strairs Columns and column footings (isolated and combined footings) Raft foundationSteel structures: Analysis and design of tension and compression members, beams and beam- column, column bases, connections — simple and eccentric, beams — column connections. plate girders and trusses, plastic analysis of beams and frames

6. Geo-technical Engineering: Physical properties of soils, Water in soils, Stress in soils. Consolidation and settlement. Shear strength of soils. Shallow foundations. Site investigation. Stability of slopes, Earth pressure.

7. Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering: Quantity of Water-water demand. Population forecast, Sources of Water. Quality of water, Types of pipes. Types of pumps, Water treatment units — sedimentation, aeration, flocculation, filtration, Screening, Pipe joints, Conveyance of Water, Quantity of Sewage, Characteristics of Sewage, pH, BOD, COD, DO and others, Sewers, Sewer Appurtenances, Biological treatment, Sewage treatment units-screening, Grit chamber. Skimming tanks. Detritus tank, Trickling filter, Contact beds Septic tank, Imhoff tank. ASP. Sewage disposal units.

8. Transportation Engineering: Highway Geometric Design: Highway cross-section elements. Sight distance, Design of Horizontal alignment Design of Vertical alignment. traffic Engineering: Traffic characteristics, Traffic operation. Pavement materials, Design and evaluation, Rail Gage. Train Resistance, Power of Locomotive, Rails. Sleepers, Curvature of Track, Tunneling of soft soil. Transition curve. Harbour and Dock.

9. Hydrology: Hydrologic cycle rainfall, unit hydrograph flood estimation. reservoir design. well hydraulics.

10. Irrigation: Duty, Delta. Crop water requirements design of lined and unlined canals. head work, gravity dams and orgee spillways. Irrigation method.
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