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Name: KCET 2012
Exam Full Name:: Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET 2012)
Category: Engineering
Website: http://kea.kar.nic.in/
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KCET 2012

Description

Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET 2012) is an entrance examination conducted each year for admission to various undergraduate medical/dental/engineering/architecture courses  in the colleges and universities across Karnataka. Karnataka CET is conducted and regulated by Karnataka Examinations Authority(KEA). The admission through KCET 2012 is open only to the Karnataka residents; however there are some seats under management quota which are for the non Karnataka students.

Karnataka CET 2012 consists of examinations for four subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology. Candidates who want to get admission in Engineering courses appear for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics exams. Those who want admission in medical/dental courses appear for Physics, Chemistry and Biology exams. The candidates who want admission in B. Arch should have given NATA on whose basis admission to B.Arch is conducted.

Exam Level

University/college level exam

Contact Information

Eligibility Criteria for KCET 2012:

For Engineering Courses:

A candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with English, Physics, Mathematics and any of the Chemistry / Bio-Technology / Computer Science / Electronics / Biology with atleast 45% aggregate marks in optional subjects(40% for SC/ST/OBC).

Reservation of seats :

For Karnatka students :

    100% seats reserved in Government colleges ( Based on KCET 2012 score )
    95% seats reserved in Aided colleges ( Based on KCET 2012 score )
    50% seats reserved in Private Un-Aided colleges for Non-Minority ( Based on KCET 2012 score )
    45% seats reserved in Private Un-Aided colleges for Minority ( Based on KCET 2012 score )

Eligibility :- For General 45% in 10+2 , SC/ST/OBC 40% in 10+2

50% seats filled through COMEDK UGET 2012 score

 Exam/Test Pattern:

  • There will be separate papers for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. Examination pattern is Objective type and each paper consists of 60 objective type questions.
  • The test comprises of two parts. First Part is a combined paper for Physics and Chemistry of 150 minutes duration and second is Mathematics with 60 questions to be answered in 80 minutes. This is followed by 60 questions of Biology to be answered in 80 minutes for the MBBS/BDS Aspirants.
  • Each Question carries one mark and there is no negative marking for wrong Answers.

 

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