Students wishing to pursue MBA or MCA courses in the State will have to take only the Postgraduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) instead of multiple exams for admissions under both government and management quotas. The test, to be conducted by the consortium set up by the State government this year, will be held on June 30.
At a press conference here on Tuesday, M.K. Sridhar, consortium member, said the test was the only one for admissions to MBA and MCA seats in the State. “This will avoid duplication and reduce the number of tests that a student has to take.”
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