Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) is a state level engineering entrance exam conducted for admission to various B.Tech programmes offered by the government and private institutions of Karnataka. Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) will be conducting the KCET 2018 examination on April 18-19, 2018. The exam will be conducted in an offline mode. KCET 2018 will be conducted separately for Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology, on two days each having a time duration of 80 minutes. It must be noted that Horanadu, Gadinadu and Kannadiga category candidates can appear for the KCET 2018 examination in the Kannada language at the Bangalore centre only. Candidates will have to fill the KCET 2018 application form which will be available from the second week of January 2018. The application form for the KCET 2018 examination must be submitted before the prescribed deadline along with the fees. Candidates must meet the eligibility criterion of the KCET 2018 before applying for the examination. The admit card of the KCET 2018 will be available in an online mode. The result for the KCET 2018 will be available tentatively in the last week of May 2018. To know more regarding the KCET result please read the following article carefully.
Important Dates for KCET 2018
|Events||Important Dates (Please note that these dates are liable to change)|
|KCET 2018 Online Application Begins||Fourth week of January 2018|
|Last Date of Registration||First week of March 2018|
|Last Date of Application fee remittance||Last week of February 2018|
|KCET 2018 Application correction starts||Second week of March 2018|
|KCET 2018 Application correction ends||Fourth week of March 2018|
|Admit Card Release||Third week of April 2018|
|KCET 2018||April 18 and April 19 2018|
|Kannada Language Test in Bangalore (only for Horanadu, Gadinadu and Kannadiga candidates)||April 20, 2018|
|KCET 2018 Result announcement||Last week of May 2018|
Procedure to check the KCET 2018 Result
- Visit the official KCET Website
- Click on the link given as “KCET Result 2018/ Karnataka CET Result 2018”
- A new page will appear on the screen
- Candidates are required to enter their Registration number
- After entering the details, click on the “Submit” Button
- The result will be displayed on the screen
- Candidates don’t forget to take extra printouts of the results and preserve them for future use.
Details provided in the result
The KCET 2018 Score Card will have the below mentioned details; the score card can be downloaded from the official website of KCET once the result is declared. The KCET 2018 score card must be printed and brought at the time of counselling.
- Registration number
- Qualifying status
- Date of birth
- Sectional marks
- Total marks
Procedure to check the KCET 2018 Spot Rank
- Open KEA Website: http://kea.kar.nic.in/
- Click on the KCET 2018 Page.
- Click on the CET Additional Rank (Spot Rank Link)
- Enter your KCET 2018 Application Number
- Press the submit button
- KCET 2018 Additional Rank will appear on the screen
- View, Save and Print the KCET 2018 spot rank
How to challenge the KCET 2018 Result?
- Candidates can challenge their result sheet by submitting their objections within 3 days of the declaration of the results. Results for the candidates submitting their queries will be declared later.
- The objections are allowed to be raised against the qualifying marks of the KCET 2018 result sheet however the objections against the marks scored in KCET 2018 cannot be raised.
- To challenge the KCET 2018 Result sheet, candidates can cross-verify their qualifying marks on the result sheet and if any discrepancies are found they can contact the KEA authorities and get their ranks changed.
- Candidates, whose results will be withheld against the want of the qualifying examination marks, must submit a photocopy of their marks card of their qualifying examination via a speed post or in person.
How is the KCET Result calculated?
KCET 2018 Examination has total marks of 180 (60 marks for each Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics). The candidates will be allotted 1 mark per question. No negative marks are given to the candidates in case of wrong answers. To calculate the final score of the candidates, the marks allotted must be summed up. The total marks calculated will be the marks scored by the candidates in the entrance examination.
KCET 2018 Cutoff
The cutoff for the KCET 2018 is the closing rank at which the admission to a particular B.Tech programme, at a particular institute, is closed. KCET cut off 2018 will be different as per the different categories of the candidates. Only those candidates, who secure the ranks either equal to or above the cutoff marks of KCET 2018 will be considered for the admission. To know more about the KCET 2018 admission process click here.