Karnataka CET Results on May 28
The Common Entrance Test ( CET ) 2013 results has been declared on 28th May, 2013 at 4 p.m., Rajneesh Goel, Principal Secretary, Higher Education, told press persons here on 24th May, 2013.
With the results of the Central Board of Secondary Education class 12 examination expected on 27th May, 2013, the Karnataka Examinations Authority ( KEA ) has decided to postpone the document verification process for CET rank holders.
KEA officials said verification of documents for those with disabilities and those applying under NCC quota will be held on 3rd June, 2013 and sports quota on 4th June, 2013. For the remaining categories – general merit and reserved – it will be held on 5th June, 2013.
Karnataka CET 2013 Pattern & Syllabus
Karnataka Examinations Authority ( KEA ), Bangalore is conducting Common Entrance Test ( CET – 2013 ) for admission to first year undergraduate courses like Indian Systems of Medicine and Homeopathy, Engineering / Technology and Agriculture courses for the academic year 2013 – 14.
KCET 2013 Pattern :
The Common Entrance Test will be held in two days in 4 different sessions for four subjects. On the first day, test will be conducted for Biology and Mathematics subjects in two sessions and on the next day test will be conducted for Physics and Chemistry subjects in two sessions as per the date and time given at page – 2 & 12. Each paper will be conducted for 60 marks each with 80 minutes duration.
Each question paper will be of ( Objective ) Multiple Choice type. The question paper in each subject will be in 16 different versions and each question will have four different options. Each question will carry ONE mark. The candidate is expected to attempt all the questions, in order to obtain maximum marks. In other words, there is no choice among question.
There will be no negative marking with regard to wrong answers but marks will not be awarded in respect of multiple answers.
Version code of the question paper will be boldly printed on facing sheet of the question paper. The version codes used in each paper will be from A – 1 to A – 4, B – 1 to B – 4, C – 1 to C – 4 and D – 1 to D – 4. The version code of the question papers given to a student may be different OR may be the same for different sessions.
In all the four sessions, initial TEN minutes will be given for the candidates to write / shade the particulars such as Name, CET Number, Version Code and Serial number of the question booklet on the OMR answer sheets in the boxes provided. The candidates who do not write / shade the correct CET Number and Version Code on the OMR answer sheets, such candidates OMR answer sheets will not be scanned and will not be assigned any rank.
The candidates will have to mark correct options on the Optical Mark Reader ( OMR ) answer sheet, which will be supplied at the beginning of each session of the test. Among the answers provided against a question, only one answer will be correct.
The candidate should mark the correct answer by completely shading only one circle against a question number, using BLUE or BLACK ink ball point pen. More details about precautions to be taken while filling the particulars on OMR answer sheets is given below / next page.
The candidates are required to COMPULSORILY AFFIX THEIR LEFT HAND THUMB IMPRESSION in the space provided on the bottom portion of the OMR answer sheet ( top sheet ) with the ink-pad provided by the room Invigilator, after completion of each session of the test.
The question papers of the Common Entrance Test will be mostly based on the First and Second PUC syllabi prescribed by the Department of Pre – University Education of Karnataka State.
Please Note :
The OMR answer sheets in respect of all the candidates who have affixed their left hand thumb impression will only be scanned and the results in respect of such candidates will be published.
KEA CET to be held on 2013 May 1, 2, 3
In news that will bring some relief to those aiming for professional courses in the State, the Karnataka Examinations Authority ( KEA ) has finally decided on the dates for the Common Entrance Test ( CET ). The test will be held on 1st May, 2013, 2nd May, 2013 and 3rd May, 2013.
The decision was taken at the governing council meeting of the KEA here on 31st January, 2013.
However, though the CET is the qualifying examination for both medical and engineering courses, medical seat aspirants will have to wait for the Supreme Court’s final verdict on the National Eligibility – cum – Entrance Test ( NEET ) to find out if they have to write the CET.
According to the schedule drawn up by the KEA, the subject papers will be held on 1st May, 2013 and 2nd May, 2013, while the Kannada test for students applying under the ‘Horanadu’ and ‘Gadinadu’ categories will be on 3rd May, 2013.
“These dates were first agreed upon on 3rd January, 2013 at a meeting,” said a top KEA official.
KEA CET 2013 Behind Schedule :
The KEA application process and brochure is already well behind schedule. The official added that the KEA will be inviting applications shortly. “However, the decision is subject to the Supreme Court verdict on NEET,” he said.
The all – important seat matrix, which decides the ratio of seats in private colleges allotted under the government quota, will be decided this week. The government’s first round of talks with representatives of private professional college managements is slated to be held on 5th February, 2013 and 6th February, 2013, sources said. Discussions on the fee structure for these categories will also be held.
Meanwhile, the Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka ( COMEDK ) has announced that its undergraduate entrance test ( UGET ) will be held on 12th May, 2013. COMEDK Executive Director A.S. Srikanth told The Hindu that applications for the COMEDK UGET, which is also dependent on the Supreme Court verdict, will be invited at least a month before the exam.
“By April, we will close the application window,” he said.
AIEEE, IIT – JEE
The dates for the other two entrance exams for professional courses have also been announced. The AIEEE offline exam is scheduled for 29th April, 2013, while the online exam will be held from 7th May, 2013 to 26th May, 2013. The IIT – JEE mains will be on 7th April, 2013 and the advanced exam will be held on 3rd June, 2013.
Karnataka CET 2013 Important Dates :
- Last date for the submission of application forms to the principals of schools & Colleges : March 30, 2013.
- Last date for the submission of application forms by the principals of schools & Colleges to KEA : April 05, 2013.
- Last date for the receipt of application forms by the candidates out side the Karnataka : April 05, 2013.
- Date of admission cards by KEA : April 20, 2013.
- CET 2013 will be conducted on : May 01, 02 & 03, 2013.
- Date of publication of answer keys : May 07, 2013.
- CET 2013 results will be on May 28, 2013.
Karnataka CET Contact Details :
Karanataka Examination Authority,
18th Cross, Sampige Road,
Malleswaram, Bangalore – 580012.
Tel: 080 – 23462599 / 758.
VTU, KEA urged to refund Extra Fees collected from Students
The National Students’ Union of India has alleged that the Karnataka Examinations Authority and Visvesvaraya Technological University have cheated meritorious students admitted to MBA and MCA during 2011 – 12, by collecting extra fees.
Addressing presspersons here on 4th December, 2012, NSUI coordinator, Dharwad, Rajat Ullagaddimath and coordinators from other districts said while the government had fixed fee of 24,390 and 24,890 for MBA and MCA courses respectively in VTU regional and extension centres, more than 50,000 had been collected from students.
Mr. Ullagaddimath said that VTU had regional PG centres in Bangalore, Mysore, Davangere, Belgaum and Gulbarga, and during 2011 – 12, as many as 542 students had taken admission through counselling conducted by the KEA.
He said that at the time of admission, KEA authorities had asked students to pay a fee of 53,590, stating that the extra amount would be either adjusted against the fee for third and fourth semesters or refunded.
“But the students were again asked to pay the same amount as fee during third and fourth semesters this year. The students reminded them about the extra amount they had paid previously, but at all the regional centres students were again told to pay the additional amount, which would be refunded. Now the students are writing the third semester examinations, and there has been no mention of refunds,” he said.
He said the students, led by the NSUI, had submitted memorandums to the university authorities and the Higher Education Minister through the respective deputy commissioners. “However, there has been no action on the issue.
The VTU authorities have even threatened students participating in the agitation with dire consequences,” he said.
“Interestingly, the VTU authorities have collected fees as per the government notification for those who had taken admission to the first year during 2012 – 13,” he said.
Mr. Ullagaddimath said that if the students were not refunded the extra amount of 60,000 each, the NSUI would be forced to intensify the agitation and also approach the court seeking legal remedy.
The NSUI coordinators said that they hoped that a solution in the students’ favour was announced by the government during the Belgaum session. “Otherwise, after 20th December, 2012 we will launch an agitation,” they said.
KCET – 2012 Online Option Entry Dates & Instructions
KCET – 2012 Counselling process which started with the verification of documents will end by 9th July, 2012 evening around 4 PM. Candidates who attended the KCET 2012 Entrance Exam, have also shown interest in getting their documents verified. The verification process was carried out in all the assigned helpline centres for General merit, Reserved and special category candidates based on their ranks.
Document verification started from 25th June, 2012 and ends on 10th July, 2012. KCET 2012 qualified candidates, who aspires to attend the KCET 2012 Online Counselling can use the Online Option Entry for KCET 2012 Online Counselling.
Online options shall be carried out from 12th July, 2012 to 18th July, 2012, timings as of 6 : 00 AM to 5 : 00 PM. Candidates who are interested for admission in various Engineering, Medical and Dental Colleges in state should get registered online as per the schedule mentioned above.
The Counselling Online Option Entry Schedule is as shown below :
|Rank||Name of the Institution|
|2.||Symbiosis Center for DL|
|3.||Sikkim Manipal University|
|6.||Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research|
|8.||Punjab Technical University|
|9.||Amity School of Distance Learning|
Important Instructions on Online Option Entry :
- Candidates have to follow the procedures illustrated in the “Instruction Manual – User Hand Book” for entry of options which will be given to the candidates after the verification of document at each Helpline Centres and notification issued.
- All the Candidates who are noted eligible after verification are advised to key in their options as per the above scheduled date and time.
- KEA will not be responsible if any candidates claim ignorance of the above schedule for Option Entry and failed to key in options within the specified time and date period.
- KEA will not br responsible if a candidate fails to key in his / her options due to any reasons.
- Candidates are advised not to wait till the last time and date but should key in their options well within the last date and time specified.
- Candidates can enter any number of options they would prefer for.
- Options recorded in the server on the last day and time of the notified schedule will be frozen and only the frozen options will be considered for allotments of seats.
- Due to change in the options by candidates after Mock Allotment, one may get the same seat in the Real Allotment as we allotted in the Mock Allotment.
- Candidates can also enter the options on their own arrangement and it is not mandatory that they come to the Helpline Centre for Option Entry.
Please Note : A Special Notification has been provided for the Rank Holders in KCET 2012 – http://kea.kar.nic.in/cet2012/mock_note.htm
To go through the Mock Option Entry http://18.104.22.168/optionentry/main/index.php
What is Practice Training For Option Entry :
The Practice Training for KCET 2012 Online Option Entry has been planned from 23rd June, 2012 in order to help all the KCET 2012 rank holders to get themselves trained on the KCET 2012 Counselling Online Option Entry System for availing KCET Admission 2012. It helps in gaining confidence and get hands on training for the real option entry which will start as per the schedule.
Please note : The options to be entered by you is for practice purpose only and will not be valid / considered for KCET 2012 Seat allotment.
Karnataka Common Entrance Test Results declared
Over one lakh student hopefuls will know how they have fared in the Common Entrance Test ( CET ) when the results are announced on 6th June, 2012.
Display of Results :
The Karnataka Examinations Authority ( KEA ), which conducts the qualifying examination for admissions to professional courses in the State, will display the results in all the 248 centres where the examinations were conducted last month.
It will also be displayed on the Karnataka Examinations Authority premises.
The results will be accessible online by 1 p.m.
KCET Toppers List :
Karnataka Common Entrance Test ( CET 2012 ) Toppers 2012.
1. Archana – National Public School, Bangalore. – 1st Rank in Medical.
2. M. Deepa – MES Kishore Kendra, Bangalore. – 1st Rank in Engineering.
3. S. Naksha – Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. – 1st Rank in Architecture discipline.
4. Pritesh Kumar – Sadvidya Composite PU College, Mysore. – 1st Rank in the Homeopathy.