KEA PGCET 2023: The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has issued an invitation letter for candidates with physical disabilities to undergo a medical examination on November 16. Eligibility determinations for physically disabled candidates who failed the Karnataka PGCET 2023 examination will be based on a review of all pertinent documentation. A panel of medical professionals will assess the candidates’ eligibility for disability benefits. Candidates who meet the eligibility requirements will be assigned the category rank by KEA. All applicants will be required to undergo a medical examination and provide particular documents as evidence of their eligibility.
Documents Essential for the PGCET Medical Assessment
For differently-abled reservations, only those applicants who meet the medical examination requirements will be taken into consideration. The following documents are necessary during the medical examination:
- The completed application form for the PGCET 2023
- The initial area letter
- Present a valid photo ID card automobile registration passport, and then PAN Voter identification card and Aahar number card
- It is necessary to have a medical certificate from a doctor who specializes in the condition in question and is currently working for a Karnataka government facility.
- To qualify, deaf candidates are required to present the most recent PTA + BERA audiometry report obtained from the All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, located in Mysore.
Date of PGCET Results 2023 in Karnataka
On November 16, shortly after the medical examination is over, KEA will release the Karnataka PGCET results. KEA has not yet announced a date for the Karnataka PGCET examination result to be made public. The results for the Karnataka PGCET will be available to candidates on or after November 16.