Karnataka Examinations Authority DCET on 16th June 2013
The Karnataka Examinations Authority ( KEA ) will conduct DCET, an entrance test for diploma students for lateral entry into day and evening engineering colleges, on 16th June, 2013.
Those who quality in DCET will get admission to second year / third semester engineering courses and to first year architecture courses under the lateral entry scheme, said a release. Candidates are required to apply online by 30th May, 2013.
Payment of application fees is only through National Electronic Funds Transfer ( NEFT ). For details, log on to http://kea.kar.nic.in/.
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 27, 2013.
Karnataka CET Contact Details :
Karanataka Examination Authority,
18th Cross, Sampige Road,
Malleswaram, Bangalore – 580012.
Tel: 080 – 23462599 / 758.
1,243 take Kannada Test on concluding day of CET
The Common Entrance Test ( CET ) concluded on Friday with 1,243 appearing for the Kannada language test conducted for Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates, said a release from the Karnataka Examinations Authority.
Over 1.39 lakh students had enrolled for the entrance exam for admissions to government seats in colleges offering medical, dental, engineering, architecture courses, besides those in agricultural varsities.
The CET answer key will be published on 7th May, 2013. On 10th May, 2013, the practical exam for applicants of agriculture, horticulture and veterinary universities, who come under the ‘agriculturist quota’, will be held.
The results of the CET will be announced on 27th May, 2013 and verification of documents will begin on 29th May, 2013. Online option entry begins on 15th June, 2013, while the real allotment of seats will begin on 29th June, 2013.
KEA PGCET 2012 Online Option Entry Schedule Out !
KEA ( Karnataka Examination authority ) has announced the Option entry schedule for PGCET 2012 ( Post Graduate Common Entrance Test ) in order to provide admissions for PG Courses in MBA, MCA, ME / M.Tech / M.Arch.
In contribution to this official notification, the schedule is given for verification of documents at 13 helpline centres across the state. In order to be considered for allotment of seats to MBA, MCA and ME / M.Tech / M.Arch ( Infrastructure Management ) courses for the year 2012 – 13, the candidates who become eligible after verification of documents will have to exercise their order of priority of options in the KEA website, by selecting the appropriate link in the option entry portal.
The Online Option Entry Schedule is as follows :
|Total Number of Seats||09|
|Petrochem. & Petroleum Refinery Engg||01|
|Pharmaceutical & Fine Chemical Tech||04|
Candidates please Note :
- The candidates have to follow the procedures instructed in the “Instruction Manual – User Hand Book” for entry of options which is hosted on the KEA Website.
- All the candidates who become eligible after verification are advised to key their options as per the above schedule date and time.
- KEA will not be responsible if any candidate claims ignorance of the above schedule for Option Entry and fails to key in options within the specified time and date period.
- Candidates are advised not to wait till the last date and time, but should key in their options well within the last date and time specified in the schedule.
- KEA will not be responsible if a candidate fails to key his or her options due to any reasons.
- Candidates are advised to enter as many numbers of options to avoid disappointment of not allotting the seats.
- Due to change in the options by candidates after Mock Allotment, one may not get the same seat in the real allotment as it was allotted in the mock allotment.
- Candidate has to enter the options on their own arrangements and they need to come to Helpline Centres for Entry of Options.
PGCET 2012 Fee Structure & Seat Allotment Details
KEA ( Karnataka Examination Authority ) has declared the fee structure and seat availability details for PGCET 2012 candidates. It consists of first year tuition fee for Admission into MBA, MCA, ME / M.Tech / M.Arch courses.
The fee structure is included for both Karnataka and Non – Karnataka students, inclusive of university registration and other fees.
Please Note : The University registration fee and other fee will be deducted in respect of the candidates and the same will be remitted to the concerned universities directly by the KEA. The entire amount paid by the candidate as fee ( Excluding the university registration fee and other fee ) will be transferred to the respective colleges, after completion of the seat allotment process.
Below table shows the complete details on the fee structure of each course based on both full time and part time studies.
|1||Last Date for Submission of Calcutta University PhD application form||17th June, 2015|
|2||Date of Calcutta University PhD Entrance Test||19th June, 2015|
|3||Publication of List of Successful Candidates||Display in the Notice Board|
|4||Date of PhD Interview||23rd June, 2015 ( 2 p.m. onwards )|
Break up of other fees for 1st year MBA, MCA, ME / M.Tech / M.Arch courses is as following.
|1||JBIMS Application Forms would be available from||November, 2016|
|2||Last date for accepting the JBIMS Application Forms||December, 2016|
|3||JBIMS Exam Date 2017||December, 2016|
|4||JBIMS Group discussion||December, 2016|
The seat allotment details are given in the following links :
Seat Allotment for MBA – http://www.kar.nic.in/kea/pgcet/MBA_SEATS_2012.pdf
Seat Allotment For MCA – http://www.kar.nic.in/kea/pgcet/MBA_SEATS_2012.pdf
Seat Allotment For M.Arch / ME / M.Tech – http://www.kar.nic.in/kea/pgcet/MTECH_SEATS_2012.pdf
KEA CET 2012 announces Seat Martix & Fee Structure
KEA CET 2012, had declared the seat matrix and fee structure for candidates who have cleared the Class 12 supplementary exams and waiting for their first year admissions. The Government has here by scheduled the date on 11th July, 2013.
All eligible candidates are requested to make a note of the fee structure. After the seat allotment the candidates those who selects Choice number 1, should pay the requisite fee in the form of Demand draft from any nationalized bank in the sample Helpline Centre where they have verified their original documents on or before the date specified in each seat allotment round.
Candidates who select Choice 2 and 3 need not remit the fees or need not come to the helpline centre but they can participate in the next round.
Demand Draft Details :
- The Candidates should not bring the fees in the form of Cash or Cheque.
- Demand Draft should be drawn in favour of “The Executive Director, Karnataka Examination Authority” payable at the respective Helpline Centres from any Nationalized Banks
Seat Matrix, to view the format of seat allotment http://www.kar.nic.in/kea/cet2012/suply_seats_2012.pdf
The Fee structure is as shown in the following table :
|Percentage of Government share of seats for various professional Courses for the year 2012 – 13||First Year Admission Fees For Various Professional Courses For The Year 2012 – 13|
|College Type||College Type|
|Discipline||Government Colleges||Aided Colleges||Private Un – Aided Colleges||Government Colleges||Aided Colleges||Private Un – Aided Minority and Non – Minority Colleges|
|Indian Systems of Medicine and Homoeopathy||100%||80%||20%||–||8,590/-||18,590/-||28,590/-|
|Engineering / Technology / Architecture||100%||95%||45%||40%||18,090/-||18,090/-||36,090/- OR 41,590/-|