KCET 2020 Admit Card
The KEA has released the KCET admit card 2020 on 20th July 2020. Using the application number and date of birth details, the registered candidates can download the admit card. After downloading it, look for the details such as the name of the candidate, exam venue, timing and other details. If the information is correct, take a print of the hall ticket. The students are advised to seek the attention of the officials in case the KCET hall ticket 2020 has any discrepancy.
KCET Answer Key 2020
After the exam is over, the exam-conducting body will release the KCET answer key 2020 in PDF format. Raise objection against the answer key if find any of the answer incorrect. The answer key has been published by the officials on 04th August 2020 and candidates can submit their objections till 08th August 2020. This year the complete examination schedule is delayed, because of the deadly nCOV virus (COVID-19) causing difficulty for humans.
KCET Result 2020
The KCET result 2020 have been declared by 21st August, and you will be happy to know that this year around 1,53,470 candidates have qualified for engineering and have been provided KCET 2020 Rank on basis of which they will be provided admissions. Candidates can access their KCET 2020 result by visiting the official website; and keep in use their KCET registration number to check the result, which will have the scores and ranks of the students.
To check the results follow these instructions:
- Visit official website i.e. kea.kar.nic.in
- Find and Click on Link for KCET Result 2020
- Provide the necessary information asked on the page
- Verify all the information against your hall ticket and submit it
- Your Karnataka CET 2020 Result scorecard will be displayed on the screen
- Download the result scorecard and take printout for future reference
Check further steps here.
KCET 2020 Cut-Offs
The next step in the admission cycle after the declaration of KCET Results 2020 is the announcement of KCET 2020 Cut-offs, which define the minimum admission criteria for the examination. Soon after the declaration of KCET 2020 Cut-offs the KEA will also announce KCET 2020 Cut-off List for Counselling and seat allotment. The cut-off list for KCET 2020 will depend on a number of different factors including number of applicants applied for the exam, the number of candidates appeared, the previous year cut off, level of difficulty, and availability of seats.
KCET Counselling 2020
The KCET 2020 counselling process will require candidates’ participation. They will have to register for the counselling, fill the choices of the courses and colleges and release the counselling fee. Shortlisted candidates will be called to verify the original documents at the allotted institutes and complete the admission formalities.
KCET Exam Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Q: Will a student be eligible to appear for the KCET 2020 test if he is taking the qualifying exam in 2020?
A: Yes, he can. Students appearing in the final year exam (2nd PUC) will be eligible to submit the application form.
Q: What is the mode of the application form?
A: Online! KEA will only accept application forms submitted online.
Q: When will the registration process be started?
A: The registration process was conducted from 05th February 2020 to 02nd March 2020.
Q: What’s the application fee amount? Will it also be paid online?
A: Offline – through challan! For the application fee details, kindly refer to the ‘KCET Application Fee’ section above.
Q: Do I need to fill separate application forms for Medical courses?
A: No. The KCET 2020 application form will be common for all courses.