KCET admit card 2017 has been released by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) on April 17. Candidates who have successfully submitted their application form can download their KCET 2017 admit card in online mode. The last date to download KCET admit card is April 26. To download the KCET hall ticket 2017 candidates application number and date of birth. The examination authority, KEA has released the admit card of KCET 2017 in online mode only as it will not be sent through post. The candidates who will be appearing in KCET 2017 are advised to download the admit card as per given dates by the examination authority. The applicants must keep safely KCET admit card as it is required at various stages of admission.
It is compulsory for all the candidates to carry the admit card to the examination hall otherwise they will not be allowed to appear in KCET 2017. After downloading KCET 2017 admit card candidates must check he details such as the name, signature and thumb impression of the candidate, examination centre address, date and time of exam etc. In case of any discrepancy, candidates are advised to contact officials for necessary rectification.
Procedure to download KCET admit card 2017
Candidates must go through the steps below to download KCET 2017 admit card:
- Click on the link provided below
- Enter login details, KCET 2017 application number and date of birth
- After entering the details, click on ‘Submit’ button.
- KCET admit card 2017 will be displayed on the screen
- Candidates must download KCET admit card
Print KCET hall ticket 2017 and carry it to the allotted exam centres of KCET on the exam day
KCET 2017 to be conducted on May 02 (Mathematics & Biology) and May 03 (Physics and Chemistry). The exam will be held in two days and in two sessions. A separate test will be conducted for Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates on May 04. The morning session will be from 10:30 am to 11:50 am whereas after noon session will start from 02:30 pm to 03:50 pm.
The question paper will be based on the syllabus as prescribed by the examination authority KEA. The question booklet will have 180 MCQs from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology. The exam will be conducted for 1 hour and 20 minutes and the candidates have to complete their test within the given time.
As per the marking scheme is given in KCET exam pattern 2017, candidates will get 1 mark for each correct answer and no marks to be deducted for incorrect responses.
Karnataka Combined Entrance Test (KCET) 2017 will be held in 54 exam centres across 29 districts in the state. The candidates who will qualify the entrance test will be called for counselling and as per their merit cum preference for the colleges and engineering programmes they will be offered admission. KCET 2017 is conducted for providing admission to around 47, 000 seats in 220 colleges/institutes of Karnataka.
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