Karnataka CET 2017 Seat Allotment result announced
Bachan Thakur, 04 Jul 2017, #KCET
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Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has declared the seat allotment result of round I of counselling of KCET 2017 for admissions to undergraduate engineering programmes across the participating institutes of the state level engineering entrance test. Candidates can now check the seats allotted to them. As the seat allotment is done online, the candidates must log in to the official seat allotment link on the page below and check their allotment. They must login and enter their choice as specified for confirmation of admission. KEA has extended the deadline for fee payment, exercising choices, downloading admission order and reporting to the alllotted institute till July 7, 2017. Earlier, the last date for fee payment, exercising choices, downloading the admission order and reporting to the allotted institute was June 27. As per the revised schedule, the second round of seat allotment result of Karnataka CET 2017 will be now be announced on July 17. The Karnataka CET 2017 round II seat allotment will begin on July 11 with modifying/deleting/re-ordering options and will end on July 21 with reporting to the allotted institute.  


Candidates who have been allotted seats must first enter their choice for seat allotment, make payment as per their convenience (E-challan/RGTS/NEFT/IMPS or online) and thereafter download the admission order. Candidates have been allotted seats at the participating institutes based on the category, ranking, preference of colleges they have selected during choice filling and registration. Another factor which is taken into consideration during seat allotment is the availability of courses and seats.


Click Here to check the Seat Allotment of Round I of KCET 2017


Guidelines for First Round of KCET Seat Allotment 2017:


Candidates who get seats allotted in the first round have to opt for the one of the following 4 options available on June 27 at 12 noon. If they fail to select any of the options available below, then their allotment will get cancelled.


Choice 1: must be exercise if candidates are satisfied with the allotted seat, they must pay the admission fee as specified. Candidates can pay offline by downloading the bank challan and paying at the nearest bank of their choice. Their details will be mentioned in the Echallan while printing. Candidates can also pay through NEFT/RGTS/IMPS after downloading the challan for tha same. Alternately, they can also pay online through Debit/Credit Cards or netbanking. The Admission order can be downloaded after  successful payment by logging in to their accounts.


Choice 2: must be exercised if the candidates are satisfied with the allotted seat but also want to participate in the next round. In case, the candidates are not allotted seat in the subsequent/next round, their allotted seat in round 1 will still be available to them. However if a seat is allotted to them in the next round, their previous allotment will be cancelled.


Choice 3: must be exercised if the candidates are not satisfied with the allotment and wish to participate in the next round. In such a scenario, the candidates have to reject the already allotted seat in order to participate in the next round.


Choice 4: Candidates who opt for this option will be indicating that they are quitting the counselling and allotment process. They will not be participating in further rounds.


Option entry facility for KCET counselling and seat allotment 2017 was conducted from June 15 to June 23, 2017. The results for mock seat allotment were announced on June 24, while the candidates were given 2 days from June 24 to 26 to change option entry if they wish. The entrance examination of Karnataka CET 2017 was conducted on May 2 and May 3, 2017. Only the registered applicants will be able to participate in the admission session.


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except ncert which book I will study for kcet 2020 to score maximum marks

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 7th Dec, 2019

Other than NCERTs you can prefer these books for your preparation.

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I am studying in 11 class and i have taken only NEET coaching and i dont have interest in it anymore .Now in the second year can i able to clear kcet ,is it possible to study the syllabus within a year.I want to take up veternary or else agriculture .Which has more scope .Iam from category 2A.

Arya 2nd Dec, 2019

Hi Nirupadi,

Basically, the Karnataka Common Entrance Test is much easier than national exams like NEET. Of you are prepared for NEET, you are more than prepared for KCET. However, if you are starting now, one year is enough for preparation if you work hard and productively.  You should clear your basics properly and be thorough with your NCERT syllabus.

Both Veterinarian Studies and Agriculture have great scope in India and you should opt for a career in which you are interested and skilled.


What all Exams can 2 year Dopper attempt? Can I attempt JEE, KCET, VITEE, BITSAT, NEET, COMEDK? Am I eligible for these exam

Rishi Garg 2nd Dec, 2019

You are eligible for all the exams you have listed except that for JEE Advaned. Because a student during Class 12th or one year dropper can appear for this exam.Two year droppers can't attempt this exam (JEE Advanced).

For any further doubts, Kindly let me know through comment section.


For kcet, the board marks counted will be only the theory marks or do practical marks also count?

Sonali Sahu Student Expert 1st Dec, 2019


Whole mark will be considered i.e.300 (Physics,Chemistry,mathematics) . There is no partial consideration like thoery and lab marks.  They will consider total marks and it holds 50% to the total score in KCET and rest 50% is score from the entrance exam.

That score will determine your final rank under general category. if you have any reservation then the board will decide by which factor your rank will get divided.

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will kcet be cancelled in the next year?

niharika cherry 27th Nov, 2019

Hi md ameen, KCET(Karnataka Common entrance test) is not cancelled for the year 2020 as already the application form has been released and the examination will be held  in april 2020, the exam will be conducted in offline mode. The application can be done until february 2020.

Hope this helps.

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