KCET Seat Allotment 2020
Updated on Feb 5, 2020 - 12:02 p.m. IST by Saakshi Lama
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KCET Seat Allotment 2020 - Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will be commencing KCET 2020 seat allotment process tentatively from the final week of June. Candidates will be able to check details regarding the seat allotment of KCET 2020 in online mode by entering their CET number. KCET seat allotment 2020 will be conducted in two rounds along with a second extended and special round. However, the mock seat allotment of KCET 2020 will be declared earlier by the authorities. Candidates will be able to change their preferred choices of courses and colleges after the mock allotment result is announced. KCET 2020 seat allotment will be done on the basis of merit, preference and availability of seats. All of the allotted candidates will be able to confirm their admission through KCET by paying the required fee and reporting to the institute or participate in the further rounds of seat allotment. Read the full article to know more about KCET Seat Allotment 2020.
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KCET 2020 will be conducted on April 22 and 23, 2020. The result of KCET 2020 will be declared tentatively in the fourth week of May.

Important Dates of KCET 2020 Seat Allotment

Events

Important Dates (Tentative)

Option entry for seat allotment

Third week of June 2020

Availability of mock allotment result

Final week of June 2020

Facility to change options

Final week of June 2020

Round 1 - seat allotment

Final week of June 2020

Round 2 - option modification/re-ordering

Third week of July 2020

Round 2 - seat allotment

Third week of July 2020

Second extended round - option entry

Final week of July 2020

Second extended round - seat allotment

First week of August 2020

Special round - fresh option entry

Third week of August 2020

Special round - seat allotment

Third week of August 2020

KCET Counselling 2020

The candidates will have to participate in the counselling of KCET 2020 for admissions into the B.Tech courses offered by the participating institutes. Only those candidates who have qualified the entrance examination will be allotted seats as per their merit. The given steps have to be followed during KCET 2020 counselling:

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  • During counselling, the candidates will have to first verify their documents by reporting at the counselling centres. After the verification process is completed, the candidates will be given a verification slip along with a unique ID and password.

  • Next, the preferred choice of courses and colleges have to be selected by the candidates. To complete the choice filling process, the candidates will have to login using their CET number. Maximum number of options can be selected by the candidates and they can also change their preferences before it is locked.

  • For every round, option modification will be open.

KCET 2020 Mock Allotment

After the choice filling process is over, the authorities will release the mock allotment of KCET 2020. Candidates will have to note that the mock allotment will not consist of fixed allotment but will be indicative of which seats will be allotted as per their merit and selected preferences. After the mock allotment result is announced, the candidates will be able to modify, update, add or delete options according to how they wish to be allotted. Seat allotment will not be done on the basis of mock allotment so the candidates are not required to report to their respective alloted institute during this round.

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Procedure of KCET 2020 Seat Allotment

After the counselling procedure is over, the authorities will release the seat allotment of KCET 2020. Candidates will be able to check the seat allotment result in online mode. Two rounds of KCET seat allotment 2020 will be conducted by the authorities along with a second extended and special round.

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Steps to check KCET 2020 Seat Allotment Result

  • Go to the official website of KCET 2020

  • Click on the seat allotment link.

  • The candidates will have to provide their CET number.

  • Click on “Submit”

  • The seat allotment result will be displayed on the screen.

First Round of KCET Seat Allotment 2020

For the first seat allotment of KCET 2020, the candidates will be allotted according to their merit, selected preferences and availability of seats. Reservation policy of the Government will be kept under consideration during the allotment. Firstly, the candidates under Special Category such as Physically Disabled, NCC and sports category will be allotted first. Next, the general category candidates will be allotted.

Second Round of KCET Seat Allotment 2020

During the second round of seat allotment, the seats will be allotted to those candidates under rural and Kannada medium quota of the reserved categories. Before the second round commences, these seats will be converted to general seats. General merit candidates will not be alloted seats during this round.

Second Extended Round of KCET Seat Allotment 2020

Vacant seats will be allotted to those candidates under various general categories such as SCG, STG, 1G, 2AG, 2BG, 3AG, 3BG, GMR and GMK along with others (if any). All of these seats will be converted to general category and allotment will be done to general as well as reserved category candidates.

Special Round of KCET Seat Allotment 2020

KEA will conduct a special round of KCET 2020 seat allotment if vacant seats are still left after the second extended round. Candidates will be able to select fresh options for the special round and the allotment result will be declared in online mode.

What after KCET 2020 Seat Allotment?

After the allotment procedure is completed, the candidates will have to make their decision to accept the given seat or to participate in the further rounds of allotment. One of the following four choices have to be selected by the candidates:

  • Choice 1 - Candidates will have to select this option if they are satisfied with their allotted seat and do not wish to participate in further rounds of allotment. The tuition fee has to be paid in online mode or through e-challan. Candidates will have to download the admission order and report to the college. The authorities of KEA also have to be informed about the allotment.

  • Choice 2 - If the candidate is satisfied with his/her allotted seat but still wants to participate in the further rounds of counselling, then this choice has to be selected. After this choice is selected, if the candidates are allotted a higher option later, then the previously allocated seat will be cancelled. Addition of new choices will not be allowed in the further rounds of counselling unless a new course or college is added.

  • Choice 3 - This option can be selected by the candidates if he/she is not satisfied with the allotted choices but wishes to participate in the next rounds of counselling with the same choices.

  • Choice 4 - Candidates who are not satisfied with their allotted seat and wish to quit the admission process will have to select this option.

Seat Cancellation

  • Candidate with an allotted seat in first or second round who wants to surrender or cancel the seat before the last date of option entry for second extended round will be refunded the fee after deducting Rs 5000 as a processing fee.

  • Candidate who has been allotted seat in first or second round but has not reported to the college and surrenders the seat after second extended round completion will have their entire fee will be forfeited.

  • The complete fee will be forfeited if a candidate surrenders the seat allotted in the second extended round.

  • Candidates will not be allowed to surrender or cancel their seat if they do not return the original admission order, bank challan, green card and verification slip.

This article has been written as per last year’s information. Updated details will be available here as soon as it is released by the authorities.

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Shivangi Kumari 29th Feb, 2020
Hey Ishitka,
KCET is solely for locals who have atleast 7 years of study certificate in Karnataka. Where as COMEDK is just an option for the non residents of Karnataka to study in the engineering and medical colleges of Karnataka. So if you are resident of Karnataka ,you can fill the KCET form.
But I suggest you to go for COMEDk exam because firstly they don't consider your board marks ,you just need to pass in all the subjects.
Also getting a good rank in comedk is easier than kcet since the top students of kcet mostly don't apply for comedk . And reservations are higher in kcet where as there are only 5 to 6 seats reserved .

Hope it helps !
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in the correction of KCET application 2020 correction , can we re-correct all the mistakes plz tell me bcz I have made of writing mother tongue wrong

Shubham Dhane 29th Feb, 2020

Hello,

Yes there is a correction facility for KCET 2020 which is from march 19-25 2020 during which you can correct your application from for KCET 2020. You need visit the official website for the correction of application. Please click the below link to know  more

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Is writing of ap eamcet is useful or kcet is useful for best engineering colleges from both Ap and karnataka state

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 28th Feb, 2020
Hello,


You can get equally good college from any of these exams.Both KCET and AP EAMCET offer wide range of college in the state of karnataka and andhra pradesh respectively.You should have in AP EAMCET you are from Andhra Pradesh and if you are from Karnataka then go for KCET.

I hope this helps.
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i am from UttarPradesh and i dont studied Karnataka than can i get admission in Karnataka Govt Clg through KCET

Kalpana Sharma 27th Feb, 2020
Hi Udit,
You cannot get admission as you are not eligible to sit in the KCET exam only.
The eligibility criteria is that a student must have studied in Karnataka for seven years from a recognised institution.
Also, student must have either appeared for SSLC/10th class or second PUC/12 standard exam from Karnataka.

For more detailed information, regarding the eligibility criteria, refer to the website:
https://www.google.com/amp/s/engineering.careers360.com/articles/kcet-eligibility-criteria/amp

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as I have studied 2rd and 3rd standard in tamil nadu do I need to submit those 2 years study certificate also for KCET ???? will it be a problem for college seats ??? And I have completed 4 to 12 standard in karnataka.

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 26th Feb, 2020
Hello,


You do not need to submit the certificates of tamil nadu.
The eligibility criteria for KCET say that a candidate should have studied and passed from a recognised institution situated in Karnataka. The academic study from a state institute should be for a minimum period of 7 years, starting from 1st standard to 2nd PUC/12th standard as on July 1 of the exam year.
You said you have studied in Karnataka from class 4th to 12th which makes it more than 7 years so you are perfectly eligible.

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