The KCET counselling 2018 will be conducted both offline and online mode for all the qualified candidates. On the basis of the merit and preference of colleges and course, candidates will be called for the KCET 2018 counselling for document verification and seat allotment process.
During the KCET 2018 seat allotment procedure candidates will be alloted seats into the participating institutes on the basis of their ranking in the merit list and preference of college and courses during counselling. Candidates will have to visit the reporting centres for the document verification..
KCET 2018 participating institutes are the colleges in Karnataka that will offer admission to B.Tech courses. During the counselling session, candidates are asked to fill the names of the participating institutes of KCET 2018 in the order of their preference. The list comprises of private, governmen..
Karanataka CET’s participating institutes will have certain seats reserved for the candidates appearing for the B.Tech programme under the KCET 2018 reservation criteria. The seats reserved under various quotas including scheduled caste, scheduled tribe, special category, sports quota, defence quo..
KCET cutoff 2018 is the closing rank below which admission will not be offered to candidates. The cutoff of KCET 2018 will be different for different institutes, engineering branches and as per the categories of the candidates.
KCET result 2018 will be declared in online mode by KEA tentatively in the last week of May 2018. Candidates have to enter their registration number in order to check their KCET 2018 result.
KCET 2017 schedule for round 2 has been revised. The result for seat allotment of Karnataka CET 2017 round I was declared on June 25. Candidates can check their allotted seats by log in into their KCET 2017 account as the allotment is done online.