The Karnataka examination board has published the results and ranking of candidates who have appeared in the Common Entrance Exam 2015 for admission into various engineering and medical and allied courses. Originally they were to be published on May 26 but delayed due to strikes and other technical problems as ever.
Click the link below to see the official website and results of K-CET 2015:
The exam was conducted in multiple choice format in maths, physics, biology and chemistry with 60 marks in each subject. Several questions are visibly seen marked G, which means grace marks. Any answer would get this mark.
In all, 1.5 lakh students appeared for the statewide exam held on May 12 and 13, 2015 across the state. Nearly 50,000 engineering and medical seats are offered under the CET in various colleges.
The counselling process may start next week after publication of the ranking in CET, expected to be before May 15 and the counselling dates are to start tentatively from May 26, according to KEA’s initial plans. Since the exam was postponed from April 29 and 30 to May 12 and 13 in view of the transportation strike, the counselling is expected to be delayed considerably.
Moreover, the government has to convene the meeting of the private and unaided college managements to fix the fee and seat matrix before taking up the counselling process. However, click here to visit the official website link or cut and paste the following link on your browser to visit the KEA website for any updates.
With the score available from the Key, students are advised to check the last year cut-off point to various engineering and medical/ other colleges in the state at the following links:
For 2014 CET Medical Seats check the following link:
For 2014 Engineering cut off points in several colleges, the following link may be checked:
K-CET 2015 is the gateway to admission in Engineering, Medical, Dental, Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Yoga, Medicine, Unani, Naturopathy, Architecture, B.Pharma, Pharma-D, B.Sc, Agriculture, and Home Science in the state of Karnataka. However, the competition is highest for PES University (PESIT) and R.V. Engineering College in Bangalore where the cutoff rank in CET is usually within 600 for CS and 2000 for other major courses.