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COMEDK Exam Papers


About COMEDK UGET

The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) conducts entrance examinations for admissions to medical, dental, engineering and architecture colleges. COMEDK is a private body and the seats available through the exams are all in private colleges affiliated to it. Admissions to both undergraduate and postgraduate courses are available through the exams.

The COMEDK UGET(Undergraduate Entrance Test) is conducted for admissions to undergraduate courses in engineering, medicine and architecture. Until 2016, an exam called uni-GAUGE was conducted for admissions to 15 private universities in Karnataka. Subsequently, it was combined with COMEDK UGET to offer admissions through a 'single window'.

Examination pattern

  1. The examination is of three hours duration and is pen-and-paper based
  2. Each question carries one mark
  3. Each of the sections, i.e., Physics, Chemistry, English and Mathematics/Biology, comprises 60 questions each
  4. There is no negative marking
  5. The answers have to be marked on an optical mark recognition (OMR) sheet

Important dates [Source]

Events Dates
Release of application form
16 January 2018
Release of mock test
3 February 2018
Last date for submission of applications
19 April 2018
Availability of Admit Card
4 - 12 May 2018
COMEDK UGET 2018 exam date
13 May 2018 (Sunday)
Publication of Provisional Answer Keys and start date for online submission of objections/challenge of Provisional Answer keys
17 May 2018
Last date for receiving challenges/objections pertaining to Provisional Answer Keys
21 May 2018
Release of final Answer Key
25 May 2018
Declaration of results
28 May 2018
Counselling begins
2nd week of June 2018 [Tentative]

Syllabus

The syllabi for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology are as follows.

Mathematics

  1. Vectors
  2. Linear Programming
  3. Calculus
  4. Applications of Derivatives
  5. Applications of Integrals
  6. Differential Equations
  7. Linear Programming
  8. Three-dimensional Geometry
  9. Statistics and Probability
  1. Continuity and Differentiability
  2. Integrals
  3. Mathematical Reasoning
  4. Inverse Trigonometric functions
  5. Determinants
  6. Co-ordinate Geometry
  7. Matrices
  8. Relations and Functions
  9. Algebra

Physics

  1. Oscillation & Waves
  2. Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
  3. Semiconductor Electronics
  4. Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
  5. System of Particles and Rotational Motion
  6. Thermal Properties of Matter
  7. Wave Optics
  8. Communication Systems
  9. Atoms
  10. Mechanical Properties of Solids
  11. Electromagnetic Induction
  12. Kinetic Theory of Gases
  13. Thermodynamics
  14. Laws of Motion
  15. Moving Charges and Magnetism
  16. Units and Measurements

  1. Oscillation and Waves
  2. Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
  3. Semiconductor Electronics
  4. Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
  5. System of Particles and Rotational Motion
  6. Thermal Properties of Matter
  7. Wave Optics
  8. Communication Systems
  9. Atoms
  10. Mechanical Properties of Solids
  11. Electromagnetic Induction
  12. Kinetic Theory of Gases
  13. Thermodynamics
  14. Laws of Motion
  15. Moving Charges and Magnetism
  16. Units and Measurements

Chemistry

  1. Haloalkanes
  2. Solutions
  3. Basic Concepts of Chemistry
  4. Hydrocarbons
  5. p-Block Elements
  6. Solid State
  7. Polymers
  8. Redox Reactions
  9. Lanthanoids and Actinoids
  10. Band theory
  11. Haloarenes
  12. Electrochemistry
  13. Biomolecules
  14. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
  15. Structure of Atom
  16. Some p-Block Elements

  1. Hydrogen
  2. Chemical Kinetics
  3. d and f Block Elements
  4. General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
  5. Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles and Techniques
  6. Surface Chemistry
  7. Thermodynamics
  8. s-Block Elements
  9. Organic compounds containing Nitrogen
  10. Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
  11. Equilibrium
  12. Environmental Chemistry
  13. Coordination Compounds
  14. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
  15. States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
  16. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

Biology

  1. Systematics
  2. Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  3. Sensory System
  4. Animal Morphology
  5. Reproduction in Higher Plants
  6. Animal Nutrition
  7. Protista
  8. Animal Reproduction and Development
  9. Plantae
  10. Animal Respiration
  11. Plant Water Relations
  12. Animal Tissues
  13. Plant Morpho
  14. Animalia - Porifera to Echinodermata
  15. Plant Growth
  16. Application of Biotechnology
  17. Photosynthesis
  18. Biodiversity
  19. Origin of Life
  20. Biomedical Technologies
  21. Nervous Coordination

  1. Biotechnology Principles and Processes
  2. Movement and Locomotion
  3. Cell
  4. Monera
  5. Cell Division
  6. Mineral Nutrients
  7. Cell Respiration
  8. Microbes in Human Welfare
  9. Chemical Coordination
  10. Human Health Diseases
  11. Chordata
  12. Growth, Repair and Regeneration
  13. Circulation of Body Fluids
  14. Genetics - Molecular Basis of Inheritance
  15. Ecology
  16. Fungi
  17. Environmental Issues
  18. Food production - Plant Breeding
  19. Food production - Animal Husbandry
  20. Excretion

Eligibility Criteria

Some important conditions for the engineering entrance exam are:

  1. Candidates should have passed the class 12 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English as subjects and scored an aggregate of 45% or more in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
  2. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC) / Scheduled Tribe (ST) / Other Backward Class (OBC) are required to have scored an aggregate of 40% or more in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
  3. Candidates should have scored 50% marks in English in class 12.
  4. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC have to score 40% in English in class 12.

Some important criteria for candidates appearing for medical and dental entrance exam are:

  1. Candidates should have passed the class 12 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as subjects and scored an aggregate of 50% or more in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  2. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC are required to have scored an aggregate of 40% or more in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  3. Candidates should have scored 50% marks in English in class 12.
  4. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC have to score 40% in English in class 12.

Some important criteria for candidates appearing for the architecture entrance exam are:

  1. Candidates should have passed the class 12 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English as subjects or have a diploma degree with a minimum of 50% marks.
  2. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC are required to have scored an aggregate of 45% or more in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
  3. Candidates also have to score 80 out of 200 marks in the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA).

Fee [Source]

For the 2018 edition of COMEDK UGET, the fee is Rs 1,300 for candidates who choose to apply for either a medical seat or an engineering seat. It should only be paid online through debit/credit card or internet banking

  1. Debit/credit card
  2. Internet banking

COMEDK 2017

In 2017, the exam was conducted at 290 centres in 132 cities across India. Of these, 26 cities and 115 centres were in Karnataka. Across the country, 70,655 candidates registered for the exam. However, only 58,932 candidates actually appeared for the examination. In Karnataka, 22,484 candidates sat the exam, out of the 26,568 who had registered.

The exam was conducted online and candidates had to login from their respective examination centres. The examination was conducted in English.

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