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Karnataka CET 2015 Eligibility Criteria

The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), Bangalore is conducting the Common Entrance Test (CET-2015) for admission to first year undergraduate courses like Indian systems of Medicine and Homeopathy, Engineering / Technology and Agriculture courses, for the academic year 2015-16.

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Karnataka CET 2015 Eligibility Criteria

Karnataka CET 2015 Eligibility Criteria:

CoursesEligibility CriteriaCriteria for Merit / Rank
In qualifying examination In CET Exam
MBBS / BDS
Candidates should have passed 10+2 with English as one of the subject and obtained 50% of marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology Subjects. (40% for SC/ST, Category 1, 2A, 2B, 3A & 3B) Min 50% marks in PCB Subjects (40% for SC/ST, Category 1, 2A, 2B, 3A & 3B) Only on the basis of marks obtained in the PCB Subjects in CET. 
Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Unani, Naturopathy and Yoga (ISM & H) Candidates should have passed 10+2 with English as one of the subject and obtained 50% of marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology Subjects. (40% for SC/ST, Category 1, 2A, 2B, 3A & 3B) No Minimum marks prescribed in CET By taking equal marks in Qualifying exam and CET in PCB Subjects. 
Engineering / Technology (B.E / B.Tech) Candidates should have passed 10+2 with English as one of the subjects and obtained 45% of marks in Physics & Mathematics along with Chemistry / Bio-Technology / Biology/ Electronics / Computer Subjects. (40% for SC/ST, Category 1, 2A, 2B, 3A & 3B) No Minimum marks prescribed in CET By taking equal marks in Qualifying exam and CET in PCM Subjects. 
Architecture (B.Arch) Candidates should have passed 10+2 with Mathematics as one of the compulsory subject and obtained 50% of marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology Subjects. (45% for SC/ST, Category 1, 2A, 2B, 3A & 3B) Min of 40% marks in NATA for all categories. By taking marks obtained in NATA entrance exam. 
Agriculture CoursesCandidates should have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as optional subjects. No Minimum marks prescribed in CETBy taking equal marks in Qualifying exam and CET in PCB Subjects. 
Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry (B.V.Sc & A.H) Candidates should have passed 10+2 with English as one of the subject and obtained 50% of marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology Subjects. (40% for SC/ST, Category 1, 2A, 2B, 3A & 3B) No Minimum marks prescribed in CET By taking equal marks in Qualifying exam and CET in PCB Subjects. 
B.Tech in Food Technology, Diary Technology, Food Science & Tech. Bachelor of Fisheries Science (B.R.Sc), B.Sc in AG Marketing & Co-operation Candidates should have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and Biology as optional subjects. No Minimum marks prescribed in CET By taking equal marks in Qualifying exam and CET in PCMB Subjects. 
B.Tech in Agriculture Engineering Candidates should have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as optional subject. No Minimum marks prescribed in CET By taking equal marks in Qualifying exam and CET in PCM Subjects. 
B.Pharma

Candidates must have passed 10+2 with PCM / PCB with 45% of marks. OR Candidates must have passed Diploma in Pharmacy

No Minimum marks prescribed in CETOnly on the marks obtained in PCM / PCB in CET
2nd year B.PharmaCandidates must have passed Diploma in Pharmacy with 45% of marks No Minimum marks prescribed in CETOnly on the marks obtained in PCM / PCB in CET 
Pharma.DCandidates must have passed 10+2 with PCM / PCB with 45% of marks. OR Candidates must have passed Diploma in PharmacyNo Minimum marks prescribed in CET Only on the marks obtained in PCM / PCB in CET 

Please Note:

  • A candidate who had obtained a seat in any discipline through the CET in any of the previous years will not be eligible to appear for CET.
  • The minimum passed marks for all Horanadu & Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates shall be 12 out of 50 marks in Kannada Language Examination conducted by KEA.
  • In case of agricultural quota, the merit list will be prepared based on 25% marks each, secured in concerned combinations in IInd year PUC science & CET and 50% marks secured in the practical test.
  • In case of B.V.Sc & AH, merit will be prepared based on 50% marks secured in CET and 50% of marks scored in practical test.

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