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Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has commenced the submission of the qualifying marks of 10+2 (or equivalent) qualifying examinations. The candidates who could not submit their scores during registration will now have to submit their qualifying marks. The marks have to be submitted especially by those candidates who fall under the category of CBSE/ CISE/ Repeaters/ Outside Karnataka Candidates. The candidates will have to login using the required credentials to submit the required marks.
Steps to Submit 12th Standard Qualifying Marks for Karnataka CET 2017
The candidates can follow the given steps to submit their qualifying marks for admissions through KCET 2017:
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The candidates can click on the given link to submit their qualifying marks.
Login using the User ID and password has to be done by the candidates.
The required marks has to be provided and submitted after logging in successfully.
All of the candidates who were not able to submit their qualifying marks during registration are required to do it now. The merit list of Karnataka CET 2017 will be prepared on the basis of the entrance examination and 10+2 qualifying examination performance, so it essential for the candidates to submit the information. Those candidates who are not able to submit their qualifying marks may not be allowed to participate in the counselling and seat allotment session.
As per the Karnataka CET Eligibility Criteria 2017, all of the candidates should have qualified their 10+2 (or equivalent) examination with Mathematics, Physics, English as compulsory subjects. General category candidates should have secured at least 45% in the examination while the reserved category candidates should have scored 40%. The result and merit list of KCET 2017 will be available tentatively in the last week of May, 2017.
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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.
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.
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.
Hope it help!
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.
All the best.
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