KCET 2018: Application form Dates Eligibility Pattern Details

KCET 2018: A notification is about to be organised by the KEA (Karnataka Examination Authority) regarding KCET (Karnataka Comment Entrance Test) Exam 2018. KCET Exam is a national exam which is organised by the KEA. The exam is considered to be the gateway for programmes like Engineering, Pharmacy, Architecture, Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, etc. The candidates who want to apply for the KCET Exam 2018 can check all details here.

Karnataka KCET 2018 Application

KCET 2018: Application form Dates Eligibility Pattern Details

Important dates of KCET 2018 Exam:

EventsDates (Tentative)
Notification Released2nd week of January 2018
Starting of online Application2nd week of January 2018
Last Date to fill Application Form1st week of March 2018
Fee Payment Last DateLast week of February 2018
Availability of Admit Card3rd week of April 2018
Date of Exam1st week of May 2018
Result DeclarationLast week of May 2018
Commencement of Counselling2nd week of June 2018

How to Apply KCET 2018:

The candidates who want to apply for the KCET Exam 2018 must go to the official site. There they must click on the apply option and must fill all their details in the KCET Exam 2018 Application form. Then after filling their details and uploading of their signature and Photograph they must pay the application fees and finish the process.

KCET 2018 Application fees:

The candidates who want to apply for the KCET Exam 2018 should pay the application fees in order to complete the application process. The application fees for the KCET Exam 2018 is Rs.650 for the General and OBC candidates and it is Rs.500 for the SC/ST candidates. The fees can only be paid via offline mode.

Eligibility Criteria KCET 2018 Exam:

For Engineering/Architecture Courses:

  • The aspirants must have done 10+2 or its equivalent exam
  • They must have done their 10+2 with Physics, Mathematics and English getting 45% (40% for the SC/ST candidates) marks

For Pharmacy/Science Courses:

  • The aspirants must have done 10+2 or its equivalent exam
  • They must have done their 10+2 with Physics, Biology and English getting 50% (40% for the SC/ST candidates) marks

KCET 2018 Exam Pattern:

  • The exam will be held in offline mode
  • 320 minutes duration will be given to complete the paper
  • 230 questions will be there
  • 1 mark will be awarded for a correct answer
  • No negative marking is there
SubjectsNo. of QuestionTime Allotted (in Minutes)
Physics6080
Chemistry6080
Mathematics/Biology6080
Kannada (in case)5080
Total230320

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