Karnataka CET 2014 Exam Time Table Date of Examination

Frequently Asked Questions about Karnataka CET Exam – 2014
1. When is KCET exam conducted in 2014?

    Please find below time-table for KCET 2014, with entrance exam dates and times.

10.30 AM TO 11.50 AM
2.30 PM TO 3.50 PM

2. Where can I discuss about KCET entrance exam and ask any questions?

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3. What is KCET?

    1) The full form of KCET is Karnataka Common Entrance Test. Karnataka CET is conducted by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) for admissions in member colleges in the state of Karnataka. Candidates attempt this entrance exam for engineering, medical & dental courses at graduate level.
     2) This entrance exam for engineering, medical and dental admissions is conducted every year.
     3) Successful candidates can obtain admission in various Government colleges, Private aided and un-aided educational institutions affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) and few Autonomous universities in the state of Karnataka. The exams are conducted at 50 locations in the Karnataka region by KEA.

4. What are the subjects for KCET?

    Students attempt the KCET entrance exam in the subjects of Biology, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry, with each exam having 60 marks and conducted over duration of 1 hour 20 minutes (80 minutes). This year (2014), the exams will be conducted on 1st and 2nd May, Thursday and Friday respectively.

5. Who should attempt KCET?

    Students who wish to join engineering, medical and dental courses in the state of Karnataka should attempt Karnataka CET.

6. What is the eligibility criterion for KCET?

    Application criteria for candidates who want to join Engineering/Technological Courses is:
        1. To attempt Karnataka CET 2014, the applicants should have passed the qualifying exam i.e. class 12 or 2nd PUC with Mathematics and Physics as compulsory subjects and Chemistry/Biology/Bio-Technology as optional subjects in English medium. Qualifying marks: a minimum of 45% (General) and 40% (ST, SC, OBC and Category-1).
         2. Students appearing for 2nd PUC, can also attempt the Karnataka CET 2014.
         3. Please read the brochure carefully before applying. PDF link to Karnataka CET exam brochure: www.ilearn-india.com/exam/eligibility-criteria-for-KCET-2014.pdf

7. Where to get previous years question papers for KCET?

    We offer Karnataka CET question papers and model papers with answers for last 13 years in our online testing packages for KCET.

8. How can I prepare for KCET?

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