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How to apply for KCET Exam? Eligibility criteria for this Exam?


how apply for kcet and who is eligeble for entrence




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Default Re: How to apply for KCET Exam? Eligibility criteria for this Exam?

hi,
karnataka common entrance test (KCET).the eligibility of KCET is devided into two parts.they are
1).for engineering/technology courses
2).for medical/dental courses

if your choosing engineering/technology.then you must pass the karnataka 2nd PUC/12th stand.obtained a min of 45% of marks in aggregate in the optionalsubjects,irrespective of marks obtained in the common entrance test.

if your choosing medical/dental.then you have to pass the karnataka 2nd PUC/12th stand.you have to obtain a min of 50% of marks in aggregate in the PCB groupand should secure a min of 50% of marks in aggregate in PCB subjects in the common entrance test(CET).

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Default Re: How to apply for KCET Exam? Eligibility criteria for this Exam?

sir i got an engineering seat through kcet previous year and presently im doing engineering,but i hate engineering and i joint this course only to the pressure of my parents,my ambition was to do medical and i am very knowledged in biology subject which i like the most.so im preparing to write kcet once again for medical.so plz tell me that am i a repeter?and how shall i apply cet now?and plz guide me with complete details.plzzzzzzzzz i beg u sir rply it as earlier.
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