The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) published the results link and said it would be accessible from 1 PM today to provide ranking of candidates who have appeared in the Common Entrance Exam (K-CET) 2017 for admission into various engineering and allied courses.
Here are the two official websites given by KEA for the declaration of results. Students are advised to check these web sites after at 1 PM for the results of K-CET 2017:
Karnataka CET was conducted on May 2 and 3, 2017 in offline mode at 54 centres across the state of Karnataka and nearly 2 lakh students appeared for the exam this year. The exam was conducted for nearly 50,000 engineering seats in various colleges of Karnataka.
The counselling process may start next week and the counselling dates are to start tentatively from June 5. Once the rank is known, students can check the last year 2016 cut-off point to the top 10 engineering colleges in Karnataka as given in the table below and get a fair idea on the college where they have better chance to get into the stream or subject of their preference:
Some Dos & Don’ts During Counselling:
K-CET authorities have advised the students to carefully read all the guidelines before filling the forms and make entries properly.
Check which college you will get based on your ranking and opt for it. Do not mention, say RV College of Engineering for Computer Science if your general merit rank is beyond 1000. It leads to lot of confusion at the last minute. You can check the above table we have prepared to give a glance at what rank the admission into top 10 engineering colleges is possible.
Please do not give away your login IDs and passwords on the Karnataka Examination Authority website to strangers as it will be misued by them.
Make a thorough study of the college which you are opting for before choosing it.
Remember that not all colleges in Bangalore are good. May be the top 20 colleges will be good. You can see 2016 full rank-wise admission to these colleges at the following link and decide which one is good. Try to gather as much information as possible about these colleges.
If you have reservation, make sure you have all the documents ready. While filling the form, make sure that you have ticked the right one.
Since NEET will take care of medical and dental courses, CET will cover candidates for engineering and allied courses of ayurveda, homeopathy, unani, naturopathy and yoga, engineering, technology, farm science courses i.e. BSc (agriculture), BSc (sericulture), BSc (horticulture), BSc (forestry), BSc agriculture biotechnology, BHSc (home science), BTech (agriculture engineering), BTech (food technology), BTech (dairy technology), BFSc (fisheries), BTech (food science and technology), BSc (agriculture marketing and co-op), B.Pharmacy and Pharm-D courses.