KCET 2018 3rd round counselling results will be announced on Friday August 10 when Comedk finishes its allotments.

KCET 2018 results to be announced tomorrow, June 1

KCET 2018 results for admission to engineering seats in Karnataka will be announced on Friday, June 1 as COMEDK, the other entrance test for private engineering colleges was announced on Monday, May 28.

Usually, the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) usually conducts its counselling first for the government seats in engineering and other allied seats spread over state’s aided and unaided private colleges.

On may 16, KEA has opened the link to upload the board exam marks by candidates who have appeared for the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) 2018 and the results are due now since all boards have announced their PUC or class 12 exam results, including CBSE and ICSE.

KCET considers 50 percent of Class 12 or state Pre-university Course (PUC) marks and another 50 percent from the marks scored by candidates in respective subjects in KCET 2018. Since marks are already known to many candidates, the final ranking will help them seek admission based on it in respective colleges at government-fixed fee which is one-third less than the COMEDK fees for these seats.

The KCET 2018 results will be announced on the official website of KEA at kea.kar.nic.in, while the same will be made available on other websites as well in view of the volume of traffic online to check the results.

Held from April 18 to 20 this year, more than 1.98 lakh candidates in Karnataka had appeared for the exam seeking admission to B. Tech or BE programmes in various state universities, government colleges and private institutes.
How to check results?

Visit the official website of Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) and clikc on results link which will be blinking. When a new window pops up, candidates will have to enter the registration Number that is available on KCET 2018 Admit Card and then click Submit button. Results with ranking will appear and students are advised to take a print out of the score card in duplicate for future use.

Around 1,25,000 candidates will be called for the counselling process in phases.

Since KEA is likely to make a new app available for the counselling process, students are advised to download it and make entries accordingly. It enables candidates to upload their documents for verification online, making the process simpler and quicker. Here is a glance at last year’s cutoff rankings for top colleges.



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