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Karnataka Examination Authority has released the first round of seat allotment list. To check their allotment status, the students will have to log in using their CET number. The option entry process of Karnataka CET 2018 counselling concluded on June 22. The verification process had commenced from June 5, 2018. The last date for document verification of Karnataka CET 2018 was June 23, 2018. The official result was declared on May 30 after 1 pm and the spot ranks of the students whose results were withheld were also announced.
Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) conducts Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) to offer admissions to interested candidates in various undergraduate as well as professional courses, offered by different colleges in the state of Karnataka. Karnataka CET Exam is a state level entrance exam organized for providing admissions in Engineering, offered by colleges and institutions located in the state.
KCET 2018 will be the compulsory entrance exam for the candidates who wants admission into engineering course through Karnataka Education Authority. The Common Entrance Test will be held at 54 places spread over Karnataka.
KCET 2018 was conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) on May 2 and May 3, 2018, in offline mode. Application correction facility for Karnataka CET 2018 is now over, which was available from March 14, while the last date for making changes in the online application was March 31. The online application form of Karnataka CET (KCET) 2018 was available from January 27 until March 8, while the fee payment deadline at the banks or e-post offices was March 10. students were needed to register, fill their details, upload the images like photo, signature and thumb impression and finally pay the fees before submitting the same. Those students who were not able to submit their qualifying examination marks during registration can now submit it. The admit card of KCET 2018 is now over. The state level entrance exam for Mathematics was held on May 2, while the exam for Physics and Chemistry was conducted on May 3, 2018.
The tentative important dates for KCET exam 2018 are as given in the table.
Last week of January
Last date of
2nd week of March 2018
Last date for Fee
Online Editing of
2nd week of March 2018
to Last week of March 2018
Issue of Admit Card
3rd week of April 2018
Date of the Exam
1st week of may 2018
Availability of Answer
3rd week of May 2018
Last date of
Challenging Answer keys
Last week of May 2018
Declaration of Result
1st week of June 2018
2nd week of June 2018
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Candidates should complete 2nd PUC/12th Std or an Equivalent Examination with minimum 45% Marks in Physics and Mathematics with Chemistry/ Biology.
The candidates can apply for the KCET 2018 exam through the online application form available on the official website of KEA.The candidates have to fill in their personal and academic details in the KCET 2018 application form.
The candidates also has to upload the scanned images of the photograph, signature and thumb impression in the specified file size as per KEA. After filling the application form completely, the candidates will have to pay the application fee through either online or offline modes. The Gadinadu and Horanadu Kannadiga students are required to take a Kannada test compulsorily.
Candidates can pay the KCET application fee, only through offline mode (Through Bank Challan or DD). In case of fee to be paid through Bank Challan the candidates have to download the bank challan after selecting their bank and have to pay KCET application fee at branches of State Bank of Hyderabad, State Bank of Mysore, Indian Bank or e-Post Offices.
The candidates from outside India have to pay the application fee of Karnataka CET 2018 through Demand Draft (DD) drawn in favour of "Executive Director, Karnataka Examinations Authority", payable at Bangalore.
The details of the fee is given in the following table:
e-Post Office Charges
Applicants who Studied Outside Karnataka
Applicants Residing Outside India
Seat Reservation (In percentage)
15% of Government Seats
5% of Government Seats
Jammu and Kashmiri Migrants
1 seat in every Engineering College
OBC/SC/ST under category - 1, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B
Defense Personnel of Karnataka Origin
10% seats in all Engineering colleges
Sports Special Category
Scouts and Guides
5% seats all Engineering College
Reservation Criteria for KCET 2018 under Hyderabad-Karnataka Category
University/Institution Any regional University or educational institution in Hyderabad-Karnataka Districts
Seat Reservation (in percentage)
70% of seats in every program
State University/Engineering College/Institution
8% of seats in every program
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