COMEDK stands for "Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka” and was formed by the Karnataka Private Medical & Dental Colleges Association and the Karnataka Unaided Private Engineering Colleges Association in a bid to offer an effective, fair and objective testing procedure to determine merit of students seeking admissions to the Member Institutions.

COMEDK is responsible for organising a Common Entrance Test for the academic year 2014-2015, for students aspiring to pursue under graduate courses in Medical, Dental and Engineering Colleges in Karnataka in member institutions of the Consortium (Medical, Dental and Engineering Colleges).

Course Stream: Engineering

Important Dates for COMEDK ENGG/ARCH Exam

Start date for Issue of Online Application Form for MBBS/BDS & B.E March 12, 2014 (Wednesday)
Last Date for Receipt of Completed online Application Forms for MBBS/BDS & B.E April 12, 2014 (Saturday)
Uploading of Online Test Admission TicketsApril 25, 2014 (Friday)
COMEDK UGET-2014 Test DateMay 11, 2014 (Sunday)
Publishing of Provisional Answer KeysMay 11, 2014 (Sunday)
Last Date for receiving objection pertaining to Provisional Answer KeysMay 14, 2014 (Wednesday)
Publishing of Final Answer keysMay 24, 2014 (Saturday)
Publishing of Test ScoresMay 30, 2014 (Friday)
Publishing of Rank List and uploading of Online Rank Card June 4, 2014 (Wednesday)
Start Date for Issue of Online Application form for B. Arch May 23, 2014 (Friday)
Last Date for Receipt of Completed online Application Forms for B. Arch June 9, 2014 (Monday)
Publishing of Rank List B. ArchJune 13, 2014 (Friday)

Details of COMEDK ENGG/ARCH Exam

The COMEDK UGET-2014 Test Pattern is as follows:





Both (B.E & MBBS/BDS)


60 Question

60 Question

60 Question


60 Question

60 Question

60 Question


60 Question


60 Question



60 Question

60 Question



60 Question

60 Question


180 Questions

240 Questions

300 Questions


You are required to mark your answers on Optical Mark Reader sheet (OMR) Sheet. You will get 1 mark for each correct answer. There will be no negative marking for wrong answers.

COMEDK UGET-2014 will be held in Bangalore, Mysore and Thumkur districts in Karnataka. The city codes are mentioned below: -


Test Locations:


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COMEDK ENGG/ARCH Exam Eligibility Criteria


Studenst should have passed with a minimum aggregate of 45% marks (40% in respect of SC, ST and OBC students of Karnataka State) in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) and should have passed these subjects individually. Physics and Mathematics are compulsory subjects along with Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology or any other Technical vocational courses as one of the optional subjects.

An attempt in the Entrance Test seeking admission to Engineering courses is considered adequate for figuring in the Rank list.

Students having Diploma are not eligible to appear in COMEDK UGET-2014 entrance test.


B. Arch:

Students should have passed 10+2 higher secondary or equivalent Examination with Mathematics as one of the subjects along with other subjects or a 10+3 Diploma recognized by Central / State Government and having obtained at least 50% marks in aggregate (45% marks in case of SC, ST and OBC Candidates of Karnataka).

Student should have appeared for National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted by Council of Architecture with a minimum score of 80 out of 200 for both General Merit and Category students.

COMEDK will not be conducting any Common Entrance Test for candidates seeking admission to B.Arch (Architecture Course) as per existing rules. Only centralized counseling will be held for this course.

How to Prepare for COMEDK ENGG/ARCH Exam ?

Lakhs of students appear for the pre-medical/dental and engineering examinations and the numbers have only increased over the years. Some preparation tips for aspiring doctors/dentists/engineers/architects:

  • Your NCERT books are your Bible. Clear your fundamentals through them before picking up any additional books. In fact, most of the questions in the preliminary and final exams are prepared from the NCERT text books.
  • Once you are well-versed with your text books, start building up your knowledge with books like Objective Biology by Dinesh, Arihant Objective Approach to Physics Vol II , Pradeep Objective Chemistry by  SN Dhawan, SC Kheterpal and PN Kapil etc.
  • It is advisable to start your preparations right from class XIth. Join a good coaching institute if you feel you need an external source to instill discipline and to be a part of a good study group against whom you can constantly assess yourself. Also, the mock tests conducted by such institutes are a big help in building up confidence and setting the pace for the actual exam.
  • Devote a good number of hours for regular and daily studies and revision. Align your biological clock in such a way that you take simulated/mock tests around the same time as the actual exam would take place i.e. between 10am to 1pm.


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