Documents to be Produced For Verification
The original documents to be produced for verification have been detailed separately below in respect of Government seats, below each of the Eligibility Clauses. Similarly, the original documents to be produced in respect of special category seats are also detailed against each of the Special Categories.
(a) Special category seats: Candidates claiming the benefit under various special categories should produce the relevant original Special category certificates along with TWO sets of photocopies COMPULSORILY on the dates notified below, to the KEA, BANGALORE IN PERSON ONLY DURING OFFICE HOURS. They should also produce three photocopies of their 'CET 2018' Admission Ticket. Candidates should not send their original special category document / certificates through Post OR any other private arrangements. An acknowledgment slip will be issued for having received the special category certificates.
(b) Government seats: Candidates who seek admission to Government seats should compulsorily produce the required documents in ORIGINAL with ONE set of attested photocopies of all the original documents and two passport size photographs, for verification at the KEA at the time of registration for allotment of seats. After verification, only returned to the candidates. The documents to be produced for claiming Government seats are detailed clause wise, below the respective CLAUSES.
Explanation for some of the prominent documents is as follows:
|SSLC Marks Card||SSLC or 10th standard or equivalent examination marks card.|
|2nd PUC Marks Card||2nd PUC or 12th standard or qualifying examination marks card.|
|Study Certificate||Study Certificate to show that the candidate has studied in Karnataka for a minimum period of SEVEN years from 1st standard to 12th standard or qualifying examination issued by Head of the institution. Further, School study certificates should be got countersigned by the concerned Block Educational Officer (BEO)/Deputy Director of Public Instructions (DDPI) COMPULSORILY. PLEASE CONTACT CONCERNED SCHOOL FOR BEO/DDPI OFFICE ADDRESS. ( The counter signature for 1st and 2nd PU study certificate is not required)|
NOTE: CBSE,CISCE, J&K candidates should produce the study certificate obtained from the Principal of their respective schools. Further, countersignature of BEO or DDPI is not required for them.
|Income Certificate (For Supernumerary quota seats only)||All candidates including General Merit candidates are eligible for Supernumerary quota seats. The eligibility for supernumerary quota seats will be published in the news paper and also on the KEA website before the commencement of the document verification process.The candidates who claim seat under “Supernumerary Quota” will have to obtain an income certificate from the concerned Tahasildar.|
|Rural Study Certificate||The candidates who claim seat under rural category will have to obtain a rural study certificate from the respective school / high school issued by the institution which should be countersigned by the concerned Block Educational Officern (BEO). General merit candidates who claims seat in rural category should also submit an income certificate issued from the concerned Tahasildar along with the rural study certificate.|
|Kannada Medium Certificate||Candidates claiming the benefit of Kannada Meduim reservation should produce a certificate for having studied 10 full academic years in Kannada medium from 1st standard to 10th standard issued by the Head of the educational institution and such certificate should be got countersigned by the respective BEO or DDPI.|
|Caste / Caste Income Certificate|
The candidates claiming reserved category benefits should COMPULSORILY produce the Study Certificate indicating the Standards, Academic Years, Caste and Mother Tongue obtained from the head of the institution where the candidate has passed 10th standard / SSLC examination, as per the Admission Register of institution.
The school study certificate of the candidates should be got countersigned invariably by the BEO / DDPI along with full Address, Seal & Telephone Number of the concerned office. HOWEVER, COUNTER SIGNATURE FOR PUC / 11TH & 12TH STANDARD STUDY CERTIFICATE IS NOT REQUIRED.
1. Where the eligibility of the candidate is based on the study, employment, etc., of the parent, relevant documents to establish the relationship of candidate with the parent has to be produced.
2. The contents of the documents submitted by the candidates should be either in Kannada or English languages only. If the documents are in any other language, the same should be got translated to Kannada or English language through the concerned authorities with signature and seal and should be produced during verification of documents. Otherwise the KEA reserves the right to reject the same.
Admission Fee and Percentage of Seats (Government share)
Seat Matrix and fee structure will be announced by Government later for the year 2017-18.
The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes candidates need not to pay any fees.
The Fee Structure and mode of payment of fees will be hosted on the KEA Website for the information of the candidates.
Government Seats (SEAT MATRIX)
The KEA will receive the seat matrix from the Government before the commencement of allotment of seats in the Admission Round. Hence, an accurate number of seats to be offered for allotment as Government seats, college wise, category wise and course wise, cannot be made known at this stage. The seat matrix (Government seats) in respect of Medical, Dental, Indian System of Medicine & Homeopathy, Engineering, Technology and Architecture courses. Farm science, B-Pharma, Pharma-D as notified by the Government will be published on the KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in before the commencement of allotment of seats to the respective disciplines. For the benefit of candidates, full postal address and telephone / fax numbers of Professional colleges and the total number of Government share of seats offered by the KEA in these colleges for the academic year 2014-15 are shared in our Website. This is only for the information of the candidates and no inference shall be drawn either for number of seats or to the college for the academic year 2017-18
Verification of Documents and Entry of Options for Allotment of Government Seats
VERIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED, NCC, SPORTS SPECIAL CATEGORIES.
In the first instance, the document verification pertaining to Physically Disabled, NCC and Sports Special category candidates will be conducted.
(a) FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED CANDIDATES (Only in Bangalore Centre)
The candidates claiming a seat under the persons with disability category should COMPULSORILY appear before the Medical Board comprising of the Executive Director and three specialists. The Medical Board shall examine the candidate and certify regarding the percentage of disability and the decision of the Medical Board will be final. The candidates with less than 40% of disability and those who fail to appear before the Committee on the notified date and time will not be eligible to be considered for allotment of a seat under the persons with disability category. The list of eligible physically disabled candidates prepared by the Medical Board will be final for the purpose of allotment of seats.
(b) FOR NCC CANDIDATES (only in Bangalore Centre)
The candidates who have only 'B' certificate need not attend this NCC Special category verification of documents but they should have submitted the original NCC certificate without fail.
The candidates who have submitted their NCC certificates will ONLY be allowed to appear before the Committee comprising of the Executive Director and the Director of NCC or his authorized nominee, for verification of NCC certificates. The candidates who do not submit their NCC certificates will not be allowed for verification of certificates and such candidates will not be considered for allotment of seats under NCC. After verfication of NCC certificates, the Director of NCC or his authorized nominee will prepare a preferential list among the eligible NCC candidates in the following order:
The candidates possessing 'B' certificate and adjudged overall All India Best Cadet with Gold / Silver / Bronze medal in the Republic Day Camp held at New Delhi will be considered FIRST. Candidates possessing 'B' certificate and adjudged overall All India Best Cadet with Gold / Silver / Bronze medal in camps All India TSC (Boys) / TSC (Girls) /NSC / VSC and cadets who have finally selected as part of DG NCC team to participate in All India Movalankar shooting championship at national level will be considered SECOND. Candidates possessing 'B' certificate and who have participated in the Youth Exchange Programmes and Foreign Naval Cruise organized by DG NCC will be considered THIRD. Candidates who have participated from Karnataka in the R D Camp will be considered FOURTH. Candidates possessing 'B' certificate and who have participated from Karnataka in the All India TSC (Boys) / TSC (Girls) /NSC / VSC and cadets participated in All India Movalankar shooting championship as part of KAR and GOA Directorate will be considered FIFITH. Candidates possessing 'B' certificate and who have participated in Mountaineering, Sailing, Motor Cycle, Cycling Expeditions organized by DG NCC / NCC Directorate of KAR and GOA considered SIXTH. Candidates possessing 'B' certificate and who have participated in NIC, Trekking, Mountaineering, BLC, ALC, RCTC and Army, Navy, Air Force and Hospital attachment camps will be considered SEVENTH. Candidates who possess only 'B' certificate will be considered EIGHTH. For all the above said categories, possession of 'B' Certificate is compulsory. While considering the medal status for First and Second preferences, priority will be Gold to Silver and Silver to Bronze.
The list of eligible NCC candidates prepared by the Director of NCC or his authorized nominee will be final for the purpose of allotment of seats under NCC. Thereafter, the list of eligible candidates will be prepared on the basis of CET ranking within the preferences mentioned above and the candidates will be considered for allotment of seats accordingly.
(c) FOR SPORTS CANDIDATES (only in Bangalore Centre)
The candidates who have only National Participant certificate need not attend this Sports Special category verfication of documents but they should have submitted the original Sports certificate without fail.
The candidates who have submitted their SPORTS certificates will ONLY be allowed to appear before the Committee comprising of the Executive Director, KEA and the Commissioner for Youth Services & Sports or his authorized nominee, for verfication of SPORTS certificates. The candidates who do not submit their SPORTS certificates will not be considered for allotment of seats under SPORTS. After verification of SPORTS certificates, the Commissioner for Youth Services & Sports or his authorized nominee will prepare a preferential list among the eligible SPORTS candidates in the following order:
The candidates who have won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in SUPER – A GAMES will be considered FIRST. Medal winners in A – GAMES will be considered SECOND. Medal winners in B – GAMES and participant in SUPER – A or A - GAMES will be considered THIRD. Candidates who have won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in B – GAMES will be considered FOURTH. Among the Sports candidates in each group, the Medals won by the candidates in the events OR games of Sports will also be considered. Priority will be Gold to Silver and Silver to Bronze, irrespective of number of medals. The list of eligible Sports candidates prepared by the Commissioner for Youth Services & Sports or his authorised nominee will be final for the purpose of allotment of seats under Sports. Thereafter, the list of eligible candidates will be prepared on the basis of CET ranking within the preferences mentioned above and the candidates will be allowed to select the seat accordingly.
IMPORTANT: There will be no seperate document verification schedule for Defece, Ex-Defence, Scouts & Guides, CAPF, Ex-CAPF and Anglo-Indian Special categories. However, the eligible Defence, Ex-Defence, Scouts & Guides, CAPF, Ex-CAPF and Anglo-Indian Special category candidates should attend document verification process only at Bangalore as per their CET Rankings.
VERIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS FOR GENERAL MERIT, SCHEDULED CASTE, SCHEDULED TRIBE, CATEGORY-1, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B AND ALL RURAL AND KANNADA MEDIUM CATEGORY CANDIDATES CAN VERIFY THEIR DOCUMENTS IN ANY HELPLINE CENTER.
The verification of document and allotment of seats includes the following stages.
- Registration of a Candidate.
- Verification of Documents, holding of Interactive Session for options entry and assignment of User Id and Password.
- Entry of Options by Candidates.
- Allotment of seats.
- Downloading of Allotted Details.
- Remittance of fees.
- Collection / downloading of admission orders.
- Admission / Reporting to the college.
- After reporting to the college candidates have to login to their Option Entry Log-In-Id and report to KEA that they have joined the College.
Verification of documents will be done as per schedule. The candidate should confirm the rank ranges, date and time of verification before coming to the Helpline Center. No individual intimation will be sent to the eligible rank holders regarding the date and time of Verification process. The original documents to be produced during verification have been detailed separately in respect of Government seats.
After Registration, the candidates are sent to the Verification Counter where the entries of original document are checked against the computer data that would have been furnished by them in their application forms. After verification, the original document will be returned to the candidate and KEA will retain one set of the attested photocopies of all the documents. Before leaving the verification counter, an acknowledgement card and a verification slip will be issued to the candidates Thereafter, the candidates will be sent to the interactive session, where in the candidates will be briefed about the procedure to be followed by the candidate in exercising options, allotment of seats, payment of fees and reporting to the college. This will be like a training class to the candidates to familiarize themselves on entry of options and procedure to be followed for such entry of options till their admissions to the college.
Before coming for Helpline Centres, all eligible rank holders should make sure that they have kept the required original documents with one set of attested photocopies of all the documents.
Verification of document will be done at once for all the discipline to which candidate is eligible. Once the documents are verified, simultaneously candidates eligibility in other discipline will also be verified on the same day. Hence, the candidates need not be attend for verification of documents separately to all the disciplines to which he is eligible. If the candidate is eligible for multiple disciplines i.e., for both Medical and Engineering, or eligible for Engineering and Architecture, the candidate should bring all the relevant documents in original and one set of attested photocopies of the verification process. Verification slip will be issued to all the eligible candidates by mentioning the details of the candidates,documents verified,caste category and merit / rank to which discipline he is eligible etc. will also be printed on the slip. The candidate has to verify all the details printed on the verification slip and changes if any according to the documents he submitted, should be brought to the notice of the notice of the verification officer immediately.
The candidate should compulsorily bring all necessary original documents in support of their claim when they come for verification without fail. If any candidate fails to produce any of the documents / certificates / marks card on the day of verification, such candidate's documents will not be verified and they will not complete their registration process and subsequently will not be considered for eligibility to exercise their options.
Note: No changes / claims will be accepted once the documents are verified and verification slip is issued to the candidate for any reason. The candidates are informed to verify the entries printed on the verification slip and the acknowledgment card before leaving the verification counter. If there is any mistake, report to verification officer for correction. The candidate who becomes eligible after verification will only be considered for entry of options and for allotment of seats. All the details printed on the verification slip will be considered for allotment of seats. Eligibility of candidate for consideration of seat allotment totally depends on the production of all supporting documents at the time of verification which inter leads to correctness of data of candidates. Therefore the candidate is also jointly responsible for ensuring the correctness of the data. No request for alteration of data will be considered under any circumstances at any point of time.
IMPORTANT: If the qualifying marks changes due to any reason after verification of documents, it is the responsibility of candidate to inform the KEA authority for fresh assignment of merit order / rank. As per his / her new merit order and as per the eligibility, the seat allotted based on the previous marks gets cancelled at any stage. Further, the seat allotment made by KEA or by the College shall be subject to approval by the concerned University.
- Copy of the filled CET application form.
- ‘CET 2018’ Admission Ticket.
- SSLC / 10th Standard Marks Card.
- 2nd PUC / 12th Standard Marks Card.
- Study Certificate counter signed by the concerned BEO / DDPI.
TWO recent passport size photographs.
The following documents should be produced, “ONLY if applicable” :
- Income Certificate obtained from concerned Tahasildar to claim “Supernumerary Quota” seats. (Details will be published before the commencement of Document Verification Process)
- Kannada Medium Study Certificate counter signed by the concerned BEO, for the candidates claiming Kannada Medium reservation benefits.
- Rural Study Certificate counter signed by the concerned BEO and a verification certificate (only for GM candidates).
- Caste Certificate / Caste Income Certificate / Income Certificate obtained from the concerned Tahasildar, for the candidates claiming Reservation benefits.
- Parent's study certificate / Parent's Hometown certificate / Parent's Domicile certificate / Parent's Employment certificate / Perents's Cumulative Record / Parent's Marks Card, etc., for the candidates claiming eligibility for Government seats based on the domicile / study / employment of the parent.
- Duly sworn in Affidavit of the candidate who claims eligibility under Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga clauses.
- IDENTITY CARD issued by the Jurisdictional Deputy Commissioner / District Magistrate, for the candidates claiming eligibility for Government seats under Jammu & Kashmiri Migrants quota.