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6183 Questions in Mathematics
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Set Theroy , Relations & Mappings
Complex Numbers
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Determinants & Matrices
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Quadratic Equations
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Permutations & Combinations
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Mathematical Induction and Its Application
Binomial Theorem & Its application
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Sequences & Series
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Trigonometry
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Coordinate Geometry - I
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Coordinate Geometry - II
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2984 Questions in Physics
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Units & measurement
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Description of Motion in One Dimension
Description of Motion in Two and three Dimension
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Newtons Laws of Motion
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Work, Energy and Power
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Rotational Motion and Moment of Inertia
Gravitation
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Properties of Matter
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Oscillations
Waves
Heat and Thermodynamics
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3910 Questions in Chemistry
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Atomic Structure and Periodic properties of Elements
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Chemical Bonding
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States of Matter
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Energetics
Chemical Equilibirium
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Ionic Equiliberia in Aqueous Solution
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Electrochemistry
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Oxidation-Reduction
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Rates of Chemical Reactions and Chemical Kinetics
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Adsorption and Colloids
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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)

Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)- Overview

KCET 2018 (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) is a state level entrance exam. This exam is also called as Karnataka CET (K CET/Kar CET). Karnataka CET is managed by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) under the aegis of Karnataka University. KCET 2018 is the gateway for admission in the field of Architecture, Engineering, Pharmacy, Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, etc. Through this exam, candidates will get admission into various institutions/colleges situated in Karnataka state. In this article, we have mentioned the complete information about KCET 2018 including application details, eligibility, exam pattern and syllabus

KCET 2018 (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) is a state level entrance exam. This exam is also called as Karnataka CET (K CET/Kar CET). Karnataka CET is managed by the Karnataka Examinations Authorit

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Eligibility criteria

The eligibility criteria will help you to understand if you can give the exam. KCET 2018 Eligibility Criteria are the terms and conditions defined by the Karnataka Examination Authority for those candidates like you who want to apply for the exam. For successfully applying for the exam, you are advised to follow the eligibility criteria of the exam carefully. You can check the detailed eligibility criteria of the exam in the below section.

Nationality: Candidates should be citizen of India.

Age Limit:

You have to be 17 years till December 31 of the academic year and special category candidates would get age relaxation of 3 to 4 years.

Education Qualification:

 For Engineering/Architecture Courses:

  • Qualifying Exam: Candidates have to qualify the 2nd PUC/10+2 or equivalent exam from a recognized board.
  • Subject: Candidates must pass their examination with Mathematics & Physics as a main subject & English as a language subject.
  • Minimum Marks: It is compulsory to score at least 45% marks (40% marks in SC/ST category) in physics and mathematics along with one of the subjects, i.e. Biotechnology/Biology/Electronics/Chemistry/Computer science.
  • Appearing candidates can also apply.
  • For architecture course, candidates have a valid NATA score card.

 
For Pharmacy/Science Courses:

  • Qualifying Exam: Candidates have to pass their 2nd PUC/10+2 or equivalent with PCB and English as a language subject.
  • Minimum Marks: Candidates have to secure minimum 50% marks (40% in case of SC/ST Category) in PCB group.
  • Appearing candidates can also apply.

The eligibility criteria will help you to understand if you can give the exam. KCET 2018 Eligibility Criteria are the terms and conditions defined by the Karnataka Examination Authority for those candidates like you who want to apply for the exam. For successfully applying for the exam, you

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Exam Pattern

The exam will be conducted for admissions in various undergraduate engineering programs in the State colleges of the Karnataka.

The Karnataka CET 2018 Engineering Exam Paper Pattern will contain the MCQs and will be multiple objective type questions carrying equal marks and the exam will be conducted in offline mode. So you would have to carry a Black Ball Point Pen to answer the questions in the exam.

Pattern of KCET 2018 is as below:

  • No Negative Marking will be there. Each RIGHT answer will fetch ONE mark.
  • The exam will be conducted in the Offline mode only at various exam centers across the nation.
  • The sections in the KCET 2018: Physics, Chemistry, Math.
  • There will be total 180 questions.
  • Eaxm duration for each subject is 80 mins (1 hr 20 mins).
     

Subject                               

Total Number of Questions

Physics

 60

Chemistry

 60

Mathematics/Biology

 60

The exam will be conducted for admissions in various undergraduate engineering programs in the State colleges of the Karnataka. The Karnataka CET 2018 Engineering Exam Paper Pattern will contain the MCQs and will be multiple objective type questions carrying equal marks and the exam

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Exam Syllabus

Syllabus for KCET EXAM 2018

The syllabus for the KCET 2018 examination is as follows:

KCET  Physics Syllabus

First Year PUC Syllabus:

  1. Kinematics
  2.  Laws of Motion
  3.  Work, Energy and Power
  4.  Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
  5.  Gravitation
  6.  Properties of Bulk Matter
  7.  Thermodynamics
  8.  Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
  9.  Oscillations and Waves

Second Year PUC Syllabus:

  1. Electrostatics
  2. Current Electricity
  3. Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
  4. Electromagnetic induction and Alternating Currents
  5. Electromagnetic waves
  6. Optics
  7. Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
  8. Atoms & Nuclei
  9. Electronic Devices
  10. Communication systems
 

KCET  Chemistry Syllabus

First Year PUC Syllabus:

  1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
  2. Structure of Atom
  3. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
  4. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
  5. States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
  6. Chemical Thermodynamics
  7. Equilibrium
  8. Redox Reactions
  9. Hydrogen
  10. S-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals )
  11. Some p-Block Elements
  12. Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques
  13. Hydrocarbons
  14. Environmental Chemistry

Second Year PUC Syllabus

  1. Solid State
  2. Solutions
  3. Electrochemistry
  4. Chemical Kinetics
  5. Surface Chemistry
  6. General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
  7. p-Block Elements
  8. d and f Block Elements
  9. Co-ordination compounds
  10. Haloalkanes and Haloarenes.
  11. Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
  12. Aldehydes and Ketones and Carboxylic Acids:
  13. Organic compounds containing Nitrogen
  14. Biomolecules
  15. Polymers
  16. Chemistry in Everyday life
 

KCET Mathematics Syllabus

  • Algebra
  • Analytical Geometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Calculus

Mathematics - Syllabus for PUC-I/XI Std. or equivalent

Algebra:

  1. Theory Of Indices And Logarithms
  2. Progressions
  3. Mathematical Induction
  4. Theory Of Equations
  5. Permutations And Combinations
  6. Binomial Theorem
  7. Partial Fractions
  8. Elements Of Number Theory And Congruences
  9. Analytical Geometry And Calculus
  10. Coordinate Geometry
  11. Calculus

Trigonometry:

  1. Measurement Of Angles And Trigonometric Functions
  2. Relations Between Sides And Angles Of A Triangle

Syllabus for KCET EXAM 2018 The syllabus for the KCET 2018 examination is as follows: KCET  Physics Syllabus First Year PUC Syllabus: Kinematics  Laws of Motion

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Application Form

KCET Application Form 2018:

KEA will release the KCET 2018 application form in the 2nd week of January 2018. Candidates can check here all details of filling the application form:

  • The KCET online application form will be available only through online mode.
  • No other mode will be applicable to get the application form.
  • Candidates can fill the KCET 2018 application form till the 1st week of March 2018.
  • Candidates have to upload their scanned photograph, left hand thumb impression and signature.
  • The size of the photograph, signature & left hand thumb impression should be greater than 5 KB and less than 40 KB. The dimension should be 3.5 cm x 4.5 cm (Photograph), 3.5 cm x 1.5 cm (Signature & left hand thumb impression).
  • Before filling the application form, candidates must read the instruction carefully.
  • Take the printout of the filled application form for future use.

KCET Application Form 2018: KEA will release the KCET 2018 application form in the 2nd week of January 2018. Candidates can check here all details of filling the application form: The KCET online application form will be ava

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Admit Card

Admit Card:

  • KCET 2018 Admit Card will be released from the 3rd week of April 2018.
  • Without a valid admit card, no candidate will be allowed in the examination hall.
  • Candidates will be able to get their admit card through online mode from our website.
  • The admit card contain details such as name of candidate, roll number, address of the exam center, date of exam & time, etc.


How to download KCET Admit card:

  • Visit the official website of KEA.
  • Click on the link of KCET admission ticket 2018.
  • Input your valid details by logging in using User ID and Password.
  • Submit the entered information and check your details given on admit card.
  • Download the KCET Admit Card 2018 and take print for future use.

Admit Card: KCET 2018 Admit Card will be released from the 3rd week of April 2018. Without a valid admit card, no candidate will be allowed in the examination hall. Candidates will be able to get their admit card through online mode from our web

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Important Dates

Events

Dates (Tentative)

Notification Released

2nd week of January 2018

Starting of online Application

2nd week of January 2018

Last Date to fill Application Form

1st week of March 2018

Fee Payment Last Date

Last week of February 2018

Availability of Admit Card

3rd week of April 2018

Date of Exam

1st week of May 2018

Result Declaration

Last week of May 2018

Commencement of Counselling

2nd week of June 2018


Note: As the official notification regarding the exam has not been released yet so the important dates provided here are tentative.

Events Dates (Tentative)

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Result

How to check KCET 2018 result?

Candidates have to follow a simple 4 step process to get access to KCET 2018 result:

  1. Check the KCET 2018 result declaration date.
  2. Open the official website on the date of result declaration.
  3. On the page check the tab “KCET 2018 result” or “KCET result”.
  4. Click on the tab and this will take you to a new page where one has to provide the details of the registration number and password.
  5. On entering you will find the KCET 2018 scorecard.
  6. Download the scorecard to your system and take a printout of the score card for its further usage.

The list of first 2000 rank holders will be available online on the official website.

Details in KCET Result 2018

KCET 2018 result will contain the details of the score secured by the candidate in a particular section. The score card of KCET 2018 result will contain the following details:

  • Section names
  • Details of sectional cut off
  • Sectional score of the candidate
  • Total marks obtained by the candidate

In case the candidate is writing the exam in Kannada language, the score card will contain the details of the language score.

There is no provision of negative marking in the KCET 2018 result so the candidate will be losing marks only for the wrong attempt and not because of negative marking.

How to check KCET 2018 result? Candidates have to follow a simple 4 step process to get access to KCET 2018 result: Check the KCET 2018 result declaration date. Open the official website on the date of result declaration.

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Preparation Tips

Preparation Tips:

  • Plan a proper schedule & make a time table such that to give an equal time for each subjects.
  • Prepare from previous years question paper & unsolved sample papers.
  • Stay healthy & take a nutritious and balanced diet. Avoid junk & oily foods.
  • Understand & know the complete exam pattern & syllabus. Concentrate on the basic concept & try to cover the complete syllabus.
  • Make a note of all the important topics & points.
  • Balance your strengths & weaknesses & prepare topics and chapters according to this.

Preparation Tips: Plan a proper schedule & make a time table such that to give an equal time for each subjects. Prepare from previous years question paper & unsolved sample papers. Stay healthy & take

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Counselling

KCET 2018 Counselling:

The KCET 2018 counselling is required to be attended by the students in the order of the KCET merit list. The candidates have to appear for the counselling for the various undergraduate and post graduate courses. The counselling for various courses will be conducted according to the KCET 2018 counselling schedule.  The counselling will start in the second week of June 2018. The KCET 2018 counselling will end by last week of June 2018. The candidates late for the counselling will not be entertained in between the process of counselling.

The counselling will be conducted in various rounds to fill the seats according to the KCET 2018 seat matrix. The candidate must bring the following set of documents at the time of KCET 2018 counselling:

  • Registration
  • Document Verification
  • User ID and Password Assignment
  • Options Entry
  • Seat Allotment
  • Fee Payment and Admission Order Receipt


Counselling Procedure:

  • Shortlisted candidates will be called for the counselling process on the basis of their merit in the entrance examination.
  • In the 2nd week of June 2018, the KCET Counselling will be commenced.
  • Candidates have to report personally in the counselling.
  • Candidates’ documents will be verified at the time of counselling in the prescribed counselling centre.
  • The allotment of seats will take place as per the marks scored in the entrance examination, seat availability & filled choices.
  • If Candidate can not satisfy with the seat allotment then he/she can participate in other counselling rounds.


Documents need for counseling procedure:

  • Admit card of KCET 2018
  • Score card of KCET 2018
  • Mark sheet of SSLC/10th standard
  • Mark sheet of 2nd PUC/12th standard
  • Copy of duly filled application form of KCET 2018
  • 2 recent passport size photographs
  • Caste certificate (if applicable)

KCET 2018 Counselling: The KCET 2018 counselling is required to be attended by the students in the order of the KCET merit list. The candidates have to appear for the counselling for the various undergraduate and post graduate courses. The counselling for various courses

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Seat Allotment

  • Candidates appearing for counselling and seat allotment of Karnataka CET 2018 have to get their documents verified. 
  • If they are satisfied with the seat allotment, then they need to pay the prescribed fee. 
  • Once the announcements for Karnataka CET 2018 Seat Allotment are made, the candidates will be required to download and take printout of the Admission Letter.
  • Those candidates, who are not content with the seat allotment, can participate in the subsequent rounds of Karnataka CET 2018 Seat Allotment.
  • Before finalizing the admission through Seat Allotment, the authorities will verify the particulars mentioned on the Karnataka CET 2018 Admission Order.

Candidates appearing for counselling and seat allotment of Karnataka CET 2018 have to get their documents verified.  If they are satisfied with the seat allotment, then they need to pay the prescribed fee.  Once the announcements for Karnataka CET 20

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Participating Institutes

Karnataka CET 2017 Participating Institutes brings the list of all universities and colleges that admit candidates to its engineering courses on the basis of their performance in Karnataka CET 2017. The list of the colleges is important as during the counselling of KCET 2017, candidates will have to fill the choices from the list of Participating Colleges. Candidates may check the complete details of Karnataka CET 2017 Participating Institutes on this page. The list of Top 10 engineering institutes of Karnataka is also given below. Candidates can know about the institute by clicking on the name. Universities, government colleges and private institutes offering undergraduate engineering courses, offer admissions to candidates on the basis of ranks obtained by them in Karnataka CET 2017 entrance exam.
 
List of top 10 institutes participating in Karnataka CET 2017 is given below. Click on the respective name to know more about it.

  1. P.E.S. Institute of Technology, Bangalore
  2. B.M.S College of Engineering, Bull Temple Road, Bangalore
  3. Shri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore
  4. MS Ramiah Institute of Tech, Bangalore
  5. Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore
  6. RNS Institute of Technology, Bangalore
  7. JSS Academy of Technical Education, Bangalore
  8. Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur
  9. National Institute of Engineering, Mysore
  10. BVB College of Engg & Tech, Hubli

Karnataka CET 2017 Participating Institutes brings the list of all universities and colleges that admit candidates to its engineering courses on the basis of their performance in Karnataka CET 2017. The list of the colleges is important as during the counselling of KCET 2017, candidates will have

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Exam Centers

Exam Centers:

Sl.No.

KCET Examination Centers

1

BAGALKOT

2

JAMAKHANDI

3

BANGALORE

4

DODDABALLAPUR

5

BELAGUM

6

ATHANI

7

CHITRADURGA

8

DAVANGERE

9

DARWAD

10

HUBLI

11

GADAG

12

CHIKODI

13

MANGALORE

14

MOODABIDRE

15

GOKAK

16

BELLARY

17

HOSPET

18

BIDAR

19

BASAVAKALYAN

20

BHALKI

21

BIJAPUR

22

CHAMRAJNAGAR

23

KOLLEGAL

24

CHICKMANGALORE

25

CHICKBALLAPUR

26

GULBARGA

27

HASSAN

28

HAVERI

29

KARWAR

30

DANDELI

31

KUMTA

32

SIRSI

33

KOLAR

34

K G F

35

KOPPAL

36

MEDIKERE

37

MANDYA

38

KRISHNARAJAPET

39

URIJE

40

MYSORE

41

RAICHUR

42

RAMNAGARA

43

SHIMOGA

44

CHANNAPATNA

45

BADRAVATHI

46

SAGAR

47

TUMKUR

48

TIPTUR

49

SIRA

50

UDUPI

51

KARKALA

52

KUNDAPURA

53

YAGDIR

54

PUTTUK

Exam Centers: Sl.No. KCET Examination Centers

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Reservation Criteria

 According to the Government Regulations, certain number/percentage of seats is reserved under different categories for candidates qualifying in Karnataka CET 2017. Candidates must be aware about their categories and other essential requirements to avail the benefit under Reservation Scheme of Karnataka CET (KCET) 2017. Details of Karnataka CET 2017 Reservation Criteria can be checked on this page.

Candidates belonging to the reserved category must also have to fulfill the eligibility criteria of KCET 2017. In case of not fulfilling any of the eligibility conditions, the candidate was not allowed to appear in the exam. Categories for Karnataka CET 2017 reservation Criteria are as follows:

  • NCC Special Category – Number or percentage of seats reserved for NCC will be updated after the official notification by Karnataka Examination Authority. The seats will be reserved (under NCC category) for the following candidates:
     

1. Candidates having a B-Certificate and who have obtained 5 years education in Karnataka and the candidates who have participated in Republic Day Camp organized by Director General of National Cadet Corps, Delhi OR in any of the following camps:

  • All India Thal Sainik Camp (Boys) – TSC
  • All India Thal Sainik Camp (Girls) – TSC (G)
  • All India Nau Sainik Camp – NSC
  • All India Vayu Sainik Camp – VSC

2. Candidates, who are allowed to participate in All India Mavalankar Shooting Championship, National Level Youth Exchange Program and Foreign Naval Cruise coducted by DG, NCC and who also have been selected for DG NCC team

3. Candidates, who will be a part of All India Movalankar Shooting Championship with KAR and GOA Director Team

4. Candidates, who have completed Mountaineering Expeditions (over 5900 Meters), Sailing Expeditions, Motor Cycle Expeditions (more than 3500 KMs) and Cycling Expeditions (more than 1500 KMs) organized by DG, NCC / NCC Director of Karnataka & Goa

5. Candidates, who were the part of any of the following camps/ courses and they also have a B-Certificate of 5 years for studying in Karnataka. Camps are: NIC, Mountaineering, BLC, ALC, RCTC, Trekking, Army, Navy and Air Force & Hospital Attachments.
 

  • Sports Special Category – Candidates, who want to avail reservation under the sports category for Karnataka, will have to win a medal or participate in following sports events.

1. Candidates, who are winner of national level cups/medals in Super-A Games or B-Games and also have studied for 5 years in Karnataka

2. Candidates, who are winner of cups and medals in Super-A and A- Games and have studied in Karnataka from 8th to 12th standard (5 years), while representing Karnataka

3. Candidates, who won during their study period of 8th to 12th standard and represented Karnataka in B-Games
 

  • Scouts and Guide Special Category – Candidates, who are scouts/guides from class 8th to 12th and have received “President Award”,
  • Defence Special Category – In KCET 2017, 10% seats are reserved for wards of Defence Personnel.
  • Physically Disabled – Candidates have to provide the certificate of their disability for availing the reservation under Physically Disabled quota.
  • Anglo-Indian Special Category – Candidates have to provide certificate for availing reservation under Anglo-Indian Special Category. The certificate must be issued by Registered Association of Anglo-Indian Community in Karnataka and countersigned by Government Nominated.
  • OBC/SC/ST – Candidates have to provide the certificate of their cast for availing the reservation under OBC/SC/ST category.
  • Rural – 15% of total seats are reserved for this category candidate under Karnataka. Additionally, candidate must have studied for 10 years in Karnataka and education institution of the candidate must be situated in any of the small rural areas of Karnataka.
     

Kannada Medium – 5% of the total seats are reserved for the candidates, who have completed their education in Kannada Medium (from 1st to 10th grade).

 According to the Government Regulations, certain number/percentage of seats is reserved under different categories for candidates qualifying in Karnataka CET 2017. Candidates must be aware about their categories and other essential requirements to avail the benefit under Reservation Scheme

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Scholarships

Scholarships are made available by Government of India for financially backward students so that they can pursue their higher education. Scholarships are given to candidates or SC/ST and OBC categories. Some of the scholarships are detailed below.

Post Matric Scholarships for OBC Students

Students who wish to pursue higher education in courses B.E,MBBS,BDS,MBA,MCA Ayurvedic,Homeopathy,Unani,etc (graduation&P.G.courses). They should belong to BC Categories under G.O. dt; 30.3.2002. These students should not be recipients of any other scholarship. They should not be inmates  of any government or government aided hostels. There is an income limit for the parents of the BC category which they need to fulfill.

Normally the scholarship forms are sent to the colleges through the B.Cs. Extension Officer through the T.Ps. of the concerned Taluks. It is the responsibility of the Principals and Head of Institutions to distribute the scholarship forms to the eligible students. The filled in applications should be sent to the B.Cs. Extension Officer. The filled in applications will be thoroughly scrutinized and the post metric scholarships are disbursed to the eligible students.

Students are required to submit the caste certificates and for those who do not come under BC category they are required to submit income certificate. Students have to submit the marks card of the previous year examination to avail the scholarship.

Payment of Boarding Charges to students belonging to Categories – IIA, IIB, IIIA and IIIB of Backward Classes studying in Technical and Professional Courses.

Students who are staying in hostels, boarding or paying guest arrangements can avail payment of boarding charges. This concession is for students who have been selected to colleges which are far away from their place of residence due to the CET ranking. They will be paid Rs.200 p.m. for a period of 10 months subject to fulfilling 75% of attendance.

The notification for the scholarship is put up on the notice board in the office of the DOBCM in respective districts and will also be published in the local newspapers. Students are required to submit the application to the DOBCM Office. The applications are thoroughly scrutinized before disbursing the scholarship.

Students have to belong to IIA, IIB,IIIA and IIIB of Backward Classes studying in Technical and Professional Courses. They should not be inmates of any government or government aided hostels. They should be residing more than 5 kms away from the place of residence.However, it is important to note in case this scholarship is paid to students they will not be paid the post matric scholarship/Stipend.

Merit Scholarship to College/Professional Institutions Students Belonging To SC/ST/OBC/Minorities

Department of Welfare for SC/ST/OBC/Minorities disburse scholarships to students in four categories namely A, B, C and D. The scholarships are available for students pursuing undergraduate or post graduate professional courses like Engineering, Medicine, Ayurveda or Unani. Both hosteliers and day scholars can avail this scholarship under State Plan or Central Government Plan. Even if the student is getting stipend or merit scholarship under other schemes are eligible. The scholarship duration is based on the duration of the professional course.

Income limit does not exist for the students who are availing this scholarship. However for OBC candidates the income limit is Rs.1,00,000 per annum.

While applying for the scholarship students should have a valid SC/ST/OBC/Minorities certificate issued by the competent authority of the state i.e. Karnataka.

In case the student fails in the examinations then he will be eligible only for 50% of the scholarship.

Although the Government has announced many schemes to disburse scholarships the students are required to approach the Head of Institution or Principal for necessary details. They can also search the website or contact the Department of SC/ST/OBC Welfare to get the details of the various scholarships available.

Scholarships are made available by Government of India for financially backward students so that they can pursue their higher education. Scholarships are given to candidates or SC/ST and OBC categories. Some of the scholarships are detailed below. Post Matric Scholarships for OBC

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Contact Details

Sampige Road, 18th Cross, 
Malleshwaram, Bangalore - 560012.
Phone : 
080 - 23460460 
Fax : 080 - 23461576
Website: http://kea.kar.nic.in
e-mail: keauthority-ka@nic.in

Sampige Road, 18th Cross,  Malleshwaram, Bangalore - 560012. Phone : 080 - 23460460  Fax : 080 - 23461576 Website: http://kea.kar.nic.in e-mail: keauthority-ka@nic.in

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Application fees

Details regarding the KCET 2018 application fee is given below category-wise:

  • For GEN/OBC category – Rs 650/-
  • For SC/ST category – Rs 500/-
  • For Candidates residing outside Karnataka – Rs 750/-
  • Candidates residing outside India – Rs.5000/-

Bank charges of Rs. 10/- was charged from all the category candidates. The application fee was remitted through e-challan by depositing fee in any specified bank (State Bank of Mysore, State Bank of Hyderabad, Indian Bank, Axis Bank, State Bank of India). For candidates residing outside India are needed to pay the fee through DD drawn in favor of Executive Director, Karnataka Examinations Authority payable at Bangalore.

Details regarding the KCET 2018 application fee is given below category-wise: For GEN/OBC category – Rs 650/- For SC/ST category – Rs 500/- For Candidates residing outside Karnataka – Rs 750/- Candidates

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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)-Selection procedure

Candidates can check the Karnataka CET 2018 selection procedure given as under:-

  • First of all, the candidates will have to appear in the Karnataka Common Entrance test 2018(Karnataka CET 2018) scheduled to be conducted on May 2018. 
  • After the declaration of results, the candidates will need to register themselves for the counseling.
  • The counselling will be conducted in two rounds.
  • The verification of documents will be done at the specified help centres and the verification slip will be issued to the candidates.
  • After getting the verification slip, the candidates will fill their choices of courses and colleges.
  • The allotment of seats to the undergraduate courses will be done Online.
  • The seats in the courses and institutes will be allotted on the basis of ranks obtained by the candidates in Karnataka CET 2018.The allotment of seats depends on the availability of seats in a particular college, and as per the seat matrix issued by the Karnataka Government. 

Candidates can check the Karnataka CET 2018 selection procedure given as under:- First of all, the candidates will have to appear in the Karnataka Common Entrance test 2018(Karnataka CET 2018) scheduled to be conducted on May 2018. 

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