KCET 2019 – KCET Eligibility for other state students

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All candidates must meet the eligibility criteria for appearing for KCET and for admissions into the participating colleges. The criteria will consist of certain requirements like the candidates’ age, nationality, domicile, state and etc. If the candidates do not meet the eligibility criteria then there are high chances that the candidates’ application might get rejected. Also, the application might get rejected if you are unable to meet  KCET Eligibility for other state students

KCET 2019 Eligibility Criteria Highlights

  • Nationality – The candidate must be of Indian Nationality only.
  • Domicile – Should have studied and passed from a recognized institution in the State of Karnataka and must have studied for a minimum number of 7 years.  (from 1st standard to 2nd PUC/12th standard) as on July 1, 2019.
  • Educational Qualification – the candidate must have passed from 12 standard examinations with Physics and Mathematics as the compulsory subjects and any one of the following – Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Electronics/Computer and should have also studied English.
  • Minimum marks required – the candidate should have secured at least 45 % aggregate marks in 12 standard. whereas, the SC/ST/OBC students must have secured at least 40% aggregate marks in 12 standard.

KCET Eligibility for other state students

The KCET eligibility for other state students is that, if the candidates have studied in the state of Karnataka for a minimum of 7 years only then they are eligible for the KCET. KCET Eligibility for other state students also states that the students not from Karnataka can appear for COMEDK which is an entrance exam for Dental, medical and engineering. KCET Eligibility for other state students clearly states that you must have studied for 7 years in Karnataka.

KCET Application Process

If you have met the eligibility criteria for the KCET 2019 then the next process is to fill the KCET application process. The application can only be filled online on the official website. The application process requires for you to fill up various personal basic detail, upload your signature and thumb impressions. After filling the form the next step is to pay the required registration fees.

KCET Application Process

KCET Admit Card

The KCET admit card is the next event in line after the KCET application. The admit card contains the candidate’s personal information, date and time of the exam and centre of the exam. Only the candidates having admit card will be allowed to give the KCET exam. Also, even after the test keep the KCET admit card in hand and safe as it is required in the further application process.

Here are some important dates related to KCET Admit card

Event Dates (Tentative)
Issue of KCET admit card First week of April 2019
KCET 2019 Third week of April 2019
The announcement of result First week of June 2019

KCET Admit Card 2019

So, this was some information about the KCET Eligibility for other state students. Candidates are advised to read the official instructions before filling the KCET application form and candidates must keep the admit card/hall ticket safe at all times with them as it is required for the whole admission process. Also, stay tuned for more updates regarding the KCET 2019 notifications and updates.