KEA (Karnataka Education Authority) will be inviting applications from NEET 2018 rank holders to want admission in MBBS/BDS programs provideed by different medical colleges of Karnataka. All the desirous participants required to participate in the Karnataka CET 2018 counseling procedure.
Aspirants must check the important dates below for KCET 2018:
|Date of Notification for Counseling||July 5, 2018|
|Online Registration||July 5-7, 2018|
|Last date to pay the registration fee||July 10, 2018|
|Display of Schedule for Verification||July 10, 2018, after 5 PM|
|Verification of Documents||July 11-19, 2018|
|Display of Seat Matrix and Fee Structure||July 18, 2018|
|Choice filling by applicable aspirants||July 19-22, 2018|
|Publication of Mock Allocation Result||July 23, 2018|
|Provision to change choice if any by aspirants||July 23-24, 2018|
|Publication of First Round Allocation Result||July 26, 2018|
|Confirmation of Choice on Allocation, Payment of Fees and Downloading of Admission Order||July 26, 2018, to August 4, 2018|
|Last date of reporting the colleges||August 5, 2018|
Note: Aspirants registered with KCET 2018 and who has also appeared for NEET 2018, need to enter their roll number and registration number of NEET 2018 on the official website of KEA. Such aspirants don’t have to register or pay the fee again.
Before filling the KCET 2018 Application Form aspirants must fulfil the following KCET 2018 Eligibility Criteria set up by the organizing body:
To apply for KCET Medical Counseling, aspirants required to follow these steps:
A piece of advice here is to precisely confirm your selections and if any alterations are needed, you can do so by logging into your account any number of times before the final declaration.
Medical candidates taking part in the KCET Counseling can go via the admission procedure mentioned below for admission to MBBS and BDS Programs.
Some of the frequently asked questions by aspirants during the procedure are as follows:
Question 1: Can I apply for KCET by visiting the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) office?
Response: No, there is no such provision of offline application forms. Aspirants must fill up the application form online by visiting the official website of KEA i.e. www.kea.kar.nic.in.
Question 2: Is it necessary to apply separately for 2 courses such as Medical and Engineering?
Response: Not necessary an application form is common for all the courses.
Question 3: What happens if any column is left blank while filling the Application Form?
Response: It will be rejected, just verify that every column has been filled before submitting the application.
Question 4: Can I send my requisition via courier for obtaining CET application?
Response: No, envelops sent via courier or given in person or via any other private arrangements will not be accepted by KEA.
Question 5: What to do when columns not relevant to me is left blank on the application form?
Response: Aspirant must not leave the column blank. If the column is not relevant to them, they must write ‘Not Eligible’ in that particular column.
Question 6: Whom must I contact for clarification regarding entry of option during the counseling time?
Response: Aspirants can contact KEA over the telephone. Once the procedure of document verification starts Helpline will be founded in KEA office for all queries and distress calls; further aspirant can also send their questionnaires to KEA e‐mail keauthority‐firstname.lastname@example.org All your queries will be attended on day to day basis. Or you can visit any nearest helpline centre and clarify the doubts.
Question 7: How many times I can change the entry of options?
Response: Before the last date prescribed for entry of options aspirant can change the options as many numbers of times they seeking to change.
Question 8: What I required to do if I lose my verification slip after verification?
Response: Contact the helpline centre where you have verified your documents as it is an important document which may be needed for all other future work.