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What is new in Karnataka CET 2013?

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What is new in Karnataka CET 2013?
Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), Bangalore is conducting Common Entrance Test (CET-2013) for admission to first year undergraduate courses like Indian Systems of Medicine and Homeopathy, Engineering/ Technology and Agriculture courses for the academic year 2013-14.

KEA has come up with new procedure to make easy to the students aspiring for Karnataka CET 2013 examination. From this year KEA will also conduct the CET for agriculture courses also, candidates who want to join for agriculture related courses in colleges of Karnataka, they have to apply for CET.

Click here to get the details about agriculture courses.

CET 2013 Application form

KEA will allot the seats Online in the order of merit and based on the priority of options obtained from the candidates. Candidates have to enter the options of their choice through internet either through the Helpline Centres established by KEA across the state or on their own arrangements.

Candidates will have the choice to enter as many numbers of options as they desire. Candidates may note that there will be only three rounds for allotment of seats and therefore of their choice before entering their options in each round.

Verification of documents will be done in all the 13 notified Helpline Centres across the State after declaration of merit list. Candidates have to verify their documents in person in any of the Helpline Centres as per the notified schedule. Only upon verification of documents and issue of verification slip, candidate will be allowed to enter their options online.

The candidate also has a provision to take a print out in each of the three rounds permitted. Every candidate shall be given high security user ID and Password which the candidate then has to login and change the password as per his / her choice. The details of centres will be made available on the website.

The minimum passing marks for all Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates shall be 12 out of 50 marks in Kannada Language Examination conducted by KEA in order to be considered for assignment of ranks and to become eligible for allotment of seats in CET-2013.

The information furnished in the CET-2013 application form with regard to Caste / Category and Annual Income remains the same for the purpose of assignment of ranks / selection of a seat and no change will be entertained in future for any reason.

The Government in its Order No. SaKaE 104 BCA 2011, Bangalore Dated 06-02-2012, has enhanced the annual income limit from Rs 2.00 Lakhs to 3.5 Lakhs per annum for claiming reservation benefit. The candidate and his / her father's - mother's / Guardian whose Gross Annual Income is below Rs 3.50 Lakhs are eligible to claim benefit of reservation under 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B categories. The said order is hosted on KEA website.

The AICTE has introduced a Supernumerary Quota in all Engineering Colleges for the year 2013-14. 5% of the seats in each college and in each course will be reserved as Supernumerary Quota. This quota is over and above the seat matrix issued by the Government. For Example, if there are 120 seats in Computer Science in a particular college, the Supernumerary quota for Computer Science in that particular college will be 6 seats. Therefore the total intake in that college for computer science will be 126.

All candidates whose parental income is less than Rs 4.50 Lakhs per annum will be eligible for allotment of supernumerary quota. The tuition fee prescribed by the Government in that particular college will be waved off. The candidate has to pay the other fees only. This Supernumerary quota is not available for Architecture Course and courses offered in 2nd shift Engineering colleges. The candidates including General Merit are eligible for allotment of seats under Supernumerary quota if their parental annual income is less than Rs 4.50 Lakhs.

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