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CET: 2nd round of seat allotment announced

17 July 2017, 06:25 | Jodi Jackson

CET: 2nd round of seat allotment announced

Karnataka CET

KEA CET Second 2nd Round Allotment 2017 Results: The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has Published the results of the second round allotment for the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (CET 2017). KCET 2017 results were declared in May 2017. The KCET 2017 was conducted by the KEA on May 2 and May 3 (Tuesday-Wednesday) 54 centers across the State. Candidates who had qualified in the exam appeared for the option entry. KEA has also made available the cut-off marks for admissions to Engineering, Architecture, Agriculture, Pharmacy and Ayush courses. Kannada language test was held on 4 May for Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates. As per the rules of the counseling and allotment, candidates were required to chooses and take ownership of the options provided. The candidates need to visit the official website of KEA to check the results. KEA CET 2017 first allotment list is already out on 26th June.

Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) conducts CET(Common Entrance Test) every year. The students were required to report to the allotted colleges which has been set as July 21, up to 5.30 pm. The results of CET were announced on May 30 and the centralized counselling began on June 5. Candidates who had ot satisfied with the first round allotment are waiting for the second allotment results.

Meanwhile, on July 13, the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) released Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) supplementary exam result for class 10th students at kseeb.kar.nic.in.

Click on KCET Second / 2nd Round Seat allotment List displayed on the homepage.


Enter your login details in the provided fields.

The allotment will appear on the screen.

Candidates can also download the college wise and branch wise cut off details available online in.pdf format.



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