Karnataka Common Entrance Test generally known as KCET and is controlled by KEA (Karnataka Examination Authority). KCET is conducted only for the students who are from Karnataka. If you are a student from another state and want to take admission in Karnataka private colleges you can attend the COMEDK exam. KCET is a state-level examination and it is conducted for the purpose of providing admission for the eligible candidates to Different Professional Undergraduate courses like engineering, Pharmacy (B.Pharma, D.Pharma), Agriculture, and Veterinary Courses. Students who passed class 12th or PUC can attend the KCET exam. Students who desire to take admission in the Medical or dental fields must attend and qualify NEET exam.
Application form filling was online mode and Examination was conducted through offline mode i.e., Pen and Paper-based. It is conducted on the basis of Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics. The syllabus for KCET is based on higher secondary portions. The Questions are objective / MCQ’s (Multiple Choice Questions) and carry one mark each.
Note: Education Minister Dr C N Ashwath Narayan announced that there will be no cutoff marks for Engineering Courses. All the candidates who have passed can take admission in colleges
Official website: https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea/
|KCET Application Form date||15th June 2021|
|Last date for KCET Registration and pay Application fee||20th June 2021|
|Application Correction facility||20 – 24 July 2021|
2 – 5 August 2021
1 – 5 September 2021
|Release of Admit card||12th August 2021|
|KCET Exam Date||28th & 29th August 2021|
|Results date||20th September 2021|
|Date of counseling||Available soon|