GT Devegowda, Higher Education Minister of Karnataka has declared the KCET 2019 result in a press conference today. The result will be available on the website of Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) at 1 PM. To check the result the candidates have to use their registration number in the official website of KEA that is cetonline.karnataka.gov.in.
As per the announcement of the KCET Result 2019, made by GT Devegowda, Higher Education Minister of Karnataka, the toppers of the Agriculture stream are Keerthana M Arun (Bangalore), Bhuvan VB (Mangalore), Srikantha ML (Hassan).
The top 3 candidates in the engineering streams are Jeffin Biju (Bangalore), R Chinmay (Mangalore), Sai Saketika Chekuri (Bangalore).
The toppers in the Veterinary Science category are P. Mahesh Anand (Bangalore), Udith Mohan (Bangalore) and BVSN Sairam (Bangalore).
This year more than 1.4 lakh candidates have qualified for the for Engineering and Technical courses. The same for Agriculture is over 1.13 lakh.
How To check KCET 2019 Result?
The KCET 2019 Result will be available under the candidates’ login at the website and only the score of the candidates will be declared now. Later on, KEA will also release the merit list of the candidates separately for all the courses that are Engineering, Architecture, Farm science, B-Pharm, and Pharm-D. Right now the candidate can check their individual score in the exam using their KCET 2019 Registration number.
There are qualifying marks in KCET. The candidates to qualify for Engineering, have to obtain 45% of the total marks, this criterion is for the general category students. And students belonging to OBC, ST, SC category need to score 40% of the total marks to qualify the test.
While preparing the merit list if it is found that 2 or more candidates are getting the same score, the tie-breaking criteria are used to give different ranks to the candidates. the candidates can check their result in the online mode only and there is no other mode to check the results.
The KCET 2019 exam was held on April 29, 30 and May 01, 2019 for admission in the engineering courses. This year a total of 19,4311 candidates had registered for the exam and out of which 75% – 92% of students have appeared for the exam in Biology, Maths, Physics and Chemistry papers.
Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) is held for admission in admission in engineering, technology, farm science, and pharmacy courses in Government / University / Private Aided / Private Un‐Aided Professional Educational Institutions in the state of Karnataka. the exam is held by KEA on a state level.
Now that the result is out, the qualified candidates have to appear for the counselling rounds. On the counselling rounds, the candidates have to appear in person. First, document verification is done. Thereafter the shortlisted candidates have to complete the online seat allotment process, here the candidates have to enter their course and college of their choice for admissions.
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