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Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has announced the result of Diploma Common Entrance Test 2017. The result was announced today, on August 03, 2017, on the official website of the examination. The candidates, who have qualified the examination will now be required to visit DCET Helpline center for the purpose of document verification and after it, the counselling of Karnataka DCET 2017 will begin.
To check the result, the candidates need to visit kea.kar.nic.in. There, the candidates will be required to click on ‘DCET-2017 Diploma Lateral Entry’ link. It will lead to the home page of the examination, where candidates need to access ‘DCET-2017 – Result’ link. Once, the candidates will click on it, they will be lead to the K Diploma CET Result login.
To open the result login, the candidates will have to enter the DCET Number. It is 5 character number, which is also mentioned in the admit card of the students. Once the result is displayed, the rank card of the candidates will be displayed. On it, the Candidate’s Name, DCET Number, Discipline, Rank, Subject, Version Code, and DCET Score of the candidates will be mentioned.
Few hours before the announcement of the result, KEA also released the schedule for Karnataka DCET Document Verification and Counselling. In all, 16 Helpline centers have been established for the verification of the DCET 2017 qualifiers. The purpose of this step is to ensure that the candidates is eligible, as per the norms of the exam.
The verification will begin from August 04, 2017, and will end on August 14, 2017. On August 04, 05, and 07 the Defence, NCC, Physically Disabled and Sports candidates will be called for the verification. Then, from August 08 onwards, the verification of Rank 1 to Last Rank will be done. If during the verification round, any candidate is found ineligible they will not be allowed to participate in the option entry and further rounds.
The option entry for KDCET 2017 will start from August 12, 2017. The candidates will be able to submit the options online, from kea.kar.nic.in. However, before option entry, seat matrix and fee structure will be displayed. The candidates will be allowed to submit multiple choices for the course and colleges. However, the candidates will have to make the final submission of the choices before the lapse of the deadline, i.e. before August 16, 2017.
To assist candidates in submitting the options in the correct order of priority, a mock allotment result will be announced. It will also be released online and through it, the candidates will be able to estimate the course and college that will be allocated to them, on the basis of the existing choice. Then, if required, candidates can shuffle or add/subtract the priorities.
On the basis of the submitted choices and the rank secured by the candidates, the conducting body will declare the seat allotment result. The round 1 allotment will be done August 18, 2017. After which, the candidates will have to confirm the seat and pay the admission fee. Then, the candidates will be required to visit the allocated college, to fulfill the remaining formalities of admission. The last date to report at the allocated college is August 24, 2017.
KEA has also released the entire schedule for the round 2 of Karnataka Diploma CET 2017. The second round of counselling will begin on August 31, 2017, and will end on September 09, 2017. Candidates need not go through document verification again, to participate in the second round of counselling. In this round, the seat will be allocated to those candidates, who either did not get the seat in the first round of Karnataka Diploma CET 2017 counsellling or opted to keep the seat and participate in this round as well.
Details about the third or spot round of counselling have not been announced so far. KEA will release it after the end of the second counselling. However, last year, the admission ended in the second round of counselling and no extra round was held.
We would like to congratulate all the qualifiers of Karnataka DCET 2017. However, if you did not qualify the examination then don’t be disheartened because this is not the end. Just work hard persistently and the success will change its course for you. Share your joy and sorrow with us guys. Let us know your score, rank or anything else that you would like to share. Simply drop a comment below.