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KCET Results 2022

The KCET (Karnataka Common Examination Test) Results have been declared on 30 th July 2022. The candidates can visit the official website, the link is karresults.nic.in. Candidates can check their results using the registration number. The KCET result will contain the subject-wise scores, total scores, and ranks obtained by the candidates.

KCET is regulated by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KAE). It is conducted for admission to professional courses like Engineering Technology, Bachelors of Pharmacy (B. Pharma) Diploma in Pharmacy (D. Pharma) Agriculture, and Veterinary courses.

Steps to check the results of KCET:

  • Visit the official page at kea.kar.nic.in
  • Find a link scrolling on the homepage that reads KCET 2022 result
  • Enter your login credentials and submit
  • Your KCET results will be displayed on the screen

Karnataka Higher Education Minister Dr. C N Ashwath Narayan announced that there will be no cut-offs this year for seeking admission. Only the candidates who have cleared the exam will be eligible for admission.

The scorecard will be valid for 1 day only. After the results are declared, KEA will prepare a merit list of all eligible candidates. It will be released online in PDF format, students can check the PDF and get ready for Document verification which is the next step. Only the candidates listed in the PDF are qualified for Counseling.

No scope of revaluation:

The request for revaluation or re-totaling of OMR sheet answer sheets will not be entertained, as the valuation and the subsequent scoring will be error-free, this was said by Karnataka Examinations Authority.

Inter - se merit:

When two or more candidates obtain the same score/merit then the inter-se merit will be determined to provide ranks for the students.

  • In engineering/technology courses, the inter-se merit will be determined concerning marks obtained CET Mathematics and if it is equal, then
  • The inter-se merit shall be determined based on marks obtained in Physics, and if it is equal, then
  • The inter - se merit shall be determined based on marks obtained in the respective subject in the qualifying examination as stipulated above and if it is equal again, then
  • It shall be determined based on the age of the candidate, wherein the elder candidate will be considered before the younger.

For detailed information about KCET Results visit kea.kar.nic.in and contact IESOnline.

It is compulsory for all candidates to be 17 years of age as on 31st December 2012.
Candidate is given 1 mark for every correct answer and there is no deduction of marks for the wrong answer that is there is no negative marking. Hence, candidates are suggested to attempt each and every question asked in the exam.
Candidate must be a citizen of India to be eligible to apply for KCET. Also, he/she must have passed 10 + 2 grade. In detail eligibility for the same is explained above on this page.
Candidate need to write NEET for taking admission in medical and dental colleges of Karnataka.
KCET 2022 admit card has details regarding reporting time, exam center, candidate’s photograph, name and so on.
No. The candidate has to study from 1st to 10th standard continuously to get the benefit of reservation under the Kannada medium.
Fee payment is possible through both online as well as offline mode. For online mode, candidates are eligible to pay their fees via net banking. For offline payments, candidates can either pay the fee via e-challan at e-post offices or State Bank of India, Indian Bank and State Bank of Hyderabad.
The Principal/ Head master of the institution will issue Kannada medium certificate. This certificate in-turn has to be counter signed by BEO of the area/ jurisdiction. Uncertified certificates will not be accepted.
The merit list will be prepared only on the basis of the marks obtained in CET‐Physics, Chemistry & Biology.
Yes. You have to score 50% of marks in PCB subjects both in qualifying examination and in CET. (PCB in CET. (It is 40% in case of SC, ST, & OBC candidates)
The syllabus is entirely based on the 1st and 2nd PUC syllabus prescribed by the Department of Pre‐University Education of Karnataka State.
No. Counter signing is not a necessity.

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