Common Entrance Test, also known as CET, is conducted by Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) to admit students into first year undergraduate courses in Engineering, Technology, Medical, Dental, Homoepathy, Ayurveda, Unani, Naturopathy, Yoga, Architecture and Agricultural courses in Government / University / Private unaided and private aided professional educational institutes of Karnataka. The CET was started […]
Karnataka CET exam is one of the most sought out entrance exams for engineering and medical students all over India. Read here to know more about CET.
It is usually held in the first week of May.
CET exam doesn't cover admission for the Architecture degree.
Year after year we see that it is getting more competitive to get a merit seat in the leading Engineering and Medical colleges in Karnataka (thru CET & COMEDK). CareerIndia.com has published the CET cut off ranks of the leading engineering and medical colleges in Karnataka for admissions in 2014. Also see, Engineering College Ratings […]
The education department in Karnataka has made provisions for students to pay CET fees online. With the consumer world being almost entirely online, the world of education is also catching up. The e-payment facility was launched by the Karnataka Examination Authority for the 2013 CET candidates. The long lines of anxious students and parents can […]
Karnataka Religious & Linguistic Minority Professional Colleges Association ( KRLMPCA) was established primarily to guide the students (belonging to minority group – either language or religion) for admissions in the professional courses like Medical, Dental & Engineering in its member institutions. In 2011, the exam was held on May 21 in four centres – Bangalore, […]
Following is the list of instructions released by the Common Entrance Test (CET) Cell for students appearing for the engineering seat selection process scheduled to commence from June 27. Candidates should produce all relevant original documents in support of their claim for verification along with two sets of attested photocopies of the same, failing which […]
The government’s share of seats in the CET has been gradually decreasing over the years. It was 85:15 in 1994-95 but is now reduced to 40:60 (medical). Private college managements are expected to petition the education secretariat on not giving up any medical/dental seat to the government for next year’s UG admissions. The govt in […]