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KEA releases KCET Application form 2019 @kea.kar.nic.in

The Karnataka examination board has released the state common entrance test (KCET) 2019 on their official website Karnataka.gov.in from 1st February 2019. the last date to submit the application form is February 28, 2019. The application fee for the KCET 2019 is Rs 650 for General category and 500 for SC/ST category candidates. Payments for the same can be made up to 06 March 2019. It can be done online as Well as offline through post services. The applicant must have a print out of the KCET 2019 application. An additional charge of 12 Rs for e-post office and 10 for the application is applicable to everyone. The tickets would be available for the candidates April 5 on the same state government website. If you make any mistake while filling up the entrance form you don’t need to worry as the KEA would be providing correction facility during the last week of March.

KCET EXAM SCHEDULE

The examination is scheduled on April 23-25, 2019 in two sessions. One from 10.30 am- 11.50 am and the other from 2.30 pm – 3.30 pm. The examinations would be conducted across 54 state centers. The additional regional language or Kannada test of 50 marks shall be conducted on April 25, 2019. The minimum qualification criteria for the entrance exam are a minimum average of 50 percent in 12th grade from a recognized board. Aadhar Card is compulsory to fill the online application form. Candidates would be required to upload the scanned images photograph, parent’s signature and thumb impression (left) in JPEG or JPG format. The dimensions for the photograph are 3.5 cm x 4.5 cm and for the signature, it is 3.5 cm x 1.5 cm. there is no need to submit or send a hard copy of the application or certificate. The center for examination is allotted according to your preference given while filling in the details.

The KCET paves the way to get admission into leading government and private colleges in the state of Karnataka. The questions asked in KCET come from 4 subjects Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and mathematics. Each subject carries 60 marks of multiple choice questions. You must carry a blue or black pen as the examination is in OMR pattern. The examinations do not follow negative marking criteria for evaluation.

KCET RESULT

The answer key for KCET 2019 would be announced by the 4th week of April 2019 while the results are expected to be out by the 4th week of May.

You can visit the form through this direct link KCET 2019.

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