KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019- Karnataka Common Entrance Test known as KCET is a state level entrance exam conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority every year. Candidates can get admission to various engineering and technical courses throughout the state of Karnataka after qualifying KCET exam. Students need to give their best efforts to crack the KCET entrance exam. The courses offered in various institutes of Karnataka are B.Tech, B.Sc in Agriculture, B.Sc in Vetrinary Science, Pharmacy, engineering and other technical courses. Candidates can also get admission to other medical courses like MBBS, BDS and AYUSH when they qualify need NEET exam. For admission to B.Arch, the qualifying marks of NATA will be accepted. The mode of exam in KCET is offline that is pen-paper based. This article will provide all information about KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019. The online application form of KCET will start from 1st week of February and end on the last week of March 2019. There are 220 participating institute in KCET exam. KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 will be 10+2 passed with 45% marks in three subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology (in case of reserved category it is 40%). KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 also include citizenship, subject combination, academic qualification, residential address, qualifying marks, and category based. The KCET application form which doesn’t meet the eligibility criteria will be rejected.
KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 on Nationality and Residential Basis
- For giving the KCET exam the candidates need to the citizen of India.
- Candidates need to be passed 10+2 from recognised board of the state of Karnataka.
- Candidates should have studied minimum academic qualification period of 7 years up to 12th standard at the time of giving the KCET exam.
- Selected candidates need to submit their permanent residential certificate during the time of counselling.
KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 on Basis of Academic Qualification
- Candidates should passed 10+2 exam from a recognised board of Karnataka state with 45% in subjects like Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics/Biology as one of the compulsory subjects and any one of the subject like Biology/Electronics/Bio-Technology/Computer.
- Candidates belonging to the reserved category like Schedule Caste (SC), Schedule Tribe (ST) and Other Backward Class in Category-I (2A, 2B, 3A and 3B) should get 40% marks in three combined subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
- Candidates should have one subject as English along during their academic qualification.
- If a candidate scores less mark in one of the three subjects like chemistry then the marks obtained in any one of the subject like Biology, Bio-Technology, Computer will be taken into account.
- Candidates are eligible for the BKCET 2019 exam once they get the result of the qualifying exam.
- Candidates from Karnataka State Open University are not eligible to apply for KCET exam.
- Candidates need to qualify the NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) and JEE paper 2 to get admitted in B.Arch course.
KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 on Age Basis
The candidates need to be of 17 years of age for applying the KCET 2019 exam before the exam date. There is no upper age limit for giving the KCET 2019 exam. But the candidates need to the citizen of India for giving the KCET entrance exam.
KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 on the basis of Candidate’s Mother Tongue
The candidates, who have studied outside of Karnataka state from 1st standard to 10th standard of 10 academic years in Kannada language, don’t require applying for Karnataka Language Test that is conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). These types of candidates must have passed the qualifying exam from a recognized board of India.
Candidates whose speak Kannada, Kodava and Tulu must resident and studied for nearly 7 years that is from 1st standard to 12th standard in disputed part of Kannada speaking areas such as Gadhinglaj Taluks of Maharastra State, Hosadurga Taluks of Kerala State. For these candidates, it is a must to give the Kannada Language Test.
KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 for Wards of State and Central Government Employees Requirement
The candidates who are the children of the State and Central Employees of the Karnataka State Government and Central government and has worked in Karnataka for about 1 year and will be transferred in some other part of the state of India. Those candidates, who have shifted recently in Karnataka and completed 11th and 12th standard, need to pass the qualifying exam from a recognized board of Karnataka.
KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 for Migrant Candidates of Jammu & Kashmir
Candidates of Jammu and Kashmir who wish to apply for KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 need to submit the migration proof certificate signed from any state District Magistrate and Deputy Commissioner jurisdiction of India.
The above article will provide all information about the KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019. Candidates can get the latest information about the KCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 from the official website of KEA exam.