Coronavirus Outbreak: 5 Important Tips to Study at Home for KCET 2020 Exam
Karnataka Common Entrance Test, popularly known as KCET, is conducted to shortlist candidates for admission in B.Tech course. The exam is being held on July 30 and 31. Students preparing for the exam are in lockdown, institutes and colleges are closed and their KCET preparation has been largely compromised. The period of lockdown has also brought stress and anxiety among students and a dilemma for when KCET will be conducted. However, besides all the melancholy and problems, this lockdown has also brought an extra time for students to prepare for the exam. Careers360 is providing here 5 important tips to study at home for the KCET amid the coronavirus outbreak. The tips are provided by subject experts from various coaching institutes and previous year toppers.
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Important: KCET 2020 is being held on July 30 and 31.
Study Revise Repeat: Students preparing for the exam must have already begun with their preparation. But since no preparation is the final preparation, getting some preparation tips for KCET 2020 will provide that much needed extra edge. Coaching experts suggest that students should give attention to every topic which is covered in the exam. Understand the KCET syllabus thoroughly, point out the topics which are important and study them concisely. Revise the important topics on regular intervals and also make a separate note for them. Follow a time table for study and study regularly without any lapse. Continuity is of utmost importance as it will help in keeping all the topics on concurrent line. Focusing important topics is one thing but it is advised to study all the topics which are covered for the preparation of the exam.
Previous Year Papers: Students are also advised to go through previous year papers to understand how questions have been asked in previous years, difficulty level of questions, topics covered in past years which are asked repeatedly. Previous year questions are very useful and students must practice at least 10 to 15 years papers. Students must also get to know the KCET exam pattern and understand what types of questions are asked in exam, marking scheme and pattern of questions using previous year papers.
Practise Mock Test: Practising mock test is a must for every aspirant. Mock tests help us analyse our preparation level, strong and weak points in our preparation, time management for solving the problems and complete question papers. KCET mock test will also help in getting rid of the fear of appearing in the real exam. Point out the topics in which you feel difficulty or forget at the time of solving. Give extra time and focus on the topics and solve mock tests again. Students must practise more mock tests at the time of revision and before the final days of exam.
Stay Focused and Motivated: In this period of lockdown and isolation, what students need the most is motivation and focus. Isolation and lockdown can be stressful and melancholic, but students have to keep one thing in mind that this is extra time for preparation and I should use it strategically to get extra marks in exams.
Practise Yoga and Meditation: Meditating could be of a lot help if one follows it seriously. It helps in keeping the mind calm, focussed and motivated. Yoga is one another thing to keep the mind and body in a relaxed mood. Give some time to Yoga and Meditation in the morning and evening every day.
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Questions related to KCET
Hi,i am going to attend the open round councelling for b.sc.agri under kcet.i have submitted the documents to gkvk college Bangalore.but,doubt is, whether i have to directly attend councelling or before the date the authority people send any message or something regarding the process?pls clarify🙏🙏
In most of the counselling processes candidates do not recieve any notification or mail regarding the counselling. So, must keep yourself updated about the councelling schedule and must not wait for any mail or message. Visit official website of KCET counselling (KEA) to check the latest news.
i have submitted the documents for open round councelling of b.sc.agriculture under kcet but forgot to submit birth certificate.can i submit it during actual councelling on 1st Feb or might it cause any problem?pls guide me.
Don't worry about the matter.You can show and submit your date of birth certificate during the official counseling.Although keep checking your email as they might ask you to provide beforehand.If they will ask then you can submit and if not then you can provide at the date of counseling.Either ways there wont be any big issue with that.
I am studying Bangalore since 2nd standard ( 2009 ). Do I need domicile certificate to appear for KCET? If yes, from where I need to collect? School has issued study certificate. does it suffice the need to fill up registration form for KCET?
Here's basic eligibility criteria for appearing in KCET :
- Candidates must have passed their class 12/PUC examination. Candidates who have appeared in their class 12/PUC examination in 2021 and waiting for their result can also apply for KCET 2021.
- Candidates who have passed their qualifying examination/class 12/PUC from Karnataka State Open University are NOT eligible to apply for KCET 2021
- Candidates must have Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects in their class 12 along with Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ Electronics/ Computer Science as optional subjects with English as one of the languages of study
- Candidates must have obtained an aggregate minimum of 45% marks in the optional subjects in the qualifying examination (40% in case of SC, ST, Category-I and OBC (2A, 2B, 3A and 3B) category candidates)
Now, given above is a basic eligibility criteria but there is a different eligibility criteria for securing a seat in government seats.
- Candidate should have studied in one or more Government or Government recognised educational institutions located in the State of Karnataka for a minimum period of SEVEN academic years commencing from 1st standard to 2nd PUC / 12th standard as on 1st July 2021 and must have appeared and passed either SSLC / 10th standard or 2nd PUC / 12th standard examination from Karnataka State.
- Candidates should have studied and passed either 1st and 2nd year Pre-University Examination or 11th and 12th standard examination within the State of Karnataka from an Educational Institution run or recognized by the State Government and that either of the parents should have studied in Karnataka for a minimum period of SEVEN years.
- Candidate who is son or daughter of defence personnel who has worked continuously in Karnataka for a minimum period of one year in Karnataka during the Two year period of study of candidates in PUC / 11th and 12th Standard course.
- Wards of serving or retired employee in Central Armed Police Force Service, whose parents at the time of joining the CAPF Service (Central Armed Police Force) had mentioned that his/her home town was in Karnataka, has to submit proof of his/her domicile from the Record Office of the CAPF Unit where the Parents service record is maintained. In this category, the candidates must have cleared the qualifying examination from a recognised University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.
I hope this helps.
Do I need to clear KCET to get admission to B pharmacy in KLE college of pharmacy,Hubli??
No, you don't need to qualify KCET for getting admission in KLE college of pharmacy,Hubli.
This is because,
KLE college of pharmacy,Hubli conduct its own entrance examination for providing admission in B Pharma called KLEU AIET.
You can get detailed information about it by visiting our page the link for the same is provided below
If I tell you about eligibility criteria for B Pharma in KLE college of pharmacy,Hubli then general criteria is that to be eligible you should be either appearing for your 12th board examination or you should have already passed it with at least a minimum of 45% with Chemistry, physics as compulsory subjects along with any one of the following subjects listed below
-) Computer Sciences
-) Technical vocational subject.
For those belonging to reserved category a minimum of 40% is required in 12th/ qualifying examination is required.
You can get complete eligibility criteria by visiting our page the link for the image provided below
If you have any other doubt then you can always reach us to clear them :) we are always available to help you out and guide you
did the neet registration date ara announced?? also for Kcet??
No the registration dates of neet 2021 have not been released yet. However it is expected that the registration process would start in past week of January. Students are advised to keep an eye on the official website. Same is the case with kcet 2021 registration dates and it is also expected to start in last week of January.
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