The KCET Post Graduate Entrance Test – Dental (PGET) 2018 is an examination governed by the Karnataka Conduct of Entrance Test. This test is held annually to determine the eligibility of candidates wishing to go for Post Graduate studies in subjects related to Dental Medicine.
KCET PGET Dental 2018 Complete details
The eligibility to appear for these tests is regulated by various rules and regulations. Domicile, score in previous education courses, categories all contribute towards a candidate is eligible.
In the year 1975, the government of India established the National Board of Examinations namely NBE. The goal of the NBE would be to standardize post graduate studies and examination procedures for all modern medical studies.
The state government of Karnataka will abide by the regulations set by NBE to conduct the PGET 2018 Dental detail.
In September 2018 the NBE published a circular wherein they clarified that for the year 2016 there will not be any separate tests for enrolling any post graduate candidates in dental category. The merit list obtained by the test held by NBE will be used for counselling and allotment of seats for both private and government KCET 2018 dental colleges.
All Dental Postgraduate aspirants have to register themselves online for the examinations.
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The PGET dental 2018 will be conducted soon.
Candidates wishing to appear for this test need to be registered for All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Exam i.e. AIPGMEE
The KCET will utilize the ranking result of NBE to conduct their counseling for PGET dental 2018. Other Indian states like Sikkim, Goa, Haryana, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, and Rajasthan will also use the same ranking and counseling procedure for PGET dental in their respective states. NBE will conduct the AIPGMEE 2016 as a CBT (Computer Based Test) in the first week of December 2017 across 33 cities in the country.