The hall ticket contains the aspirant name, registration number, roll number, exam venue and date along with his/her photograph and signature. Participants can choose from a number of cities across India for KCET 2018 Exam Centres while filling the application form. Aspirants need to bring the printed hall ticket on the exam day along with a valid ID proof.
KCET is conducted for admission to Bachelor Degree in Engineering (B.Tech), Medical, B.Pharma, Homeopathy, Architecture (B.Arch) etc. The exam is scheduled for May 02- May 04, 2017. The following article imparts information relating to hall ticket for KCET 2018.
The KCET 2018 Hall Ticket will be available from April 21, 2018, tentatively. Aspirants can download their hall ticket from the official website. The Hall Ticket is announced by Karnataka Examination Authority.
|Hall Ticket Highlights|
|Date of Hall Ticket Announce||April 21, 2018 (Tentative)|
|Last date to download hall ticket||End of April|
|Details Need||Unique ID Password|
|Documents need on the exam day||ID Proof printout of hall ticket|
|Information on the Hall Ticket||Name, photo, signature, registration number, roll number, exam venue and exam date|
Given below are the steps aspirants should follow to download KCET 2018 Admit card. Aspirants must keep their Unique ID and password willing to download the hall ticket. Downloading can only be done via the official website:
Hall Ticket is considered to be the most important document. Aspirants should cautiously check the below information on the Hall Ticket before downloading. Given below are some important information available in the hall ticket. The Hall Ticket contains some important information about the aspirants and the exam.
Application number and password are the essential details need for downloading the hall ticket for KCET 2018. If an aspirant forgets the password, they can select the option for “Forgot Password”. A mail will be sent to the registered e-mail ID to reset the password.
In case an aspirant misplaces his/her application number, they can contact the head office for help.
Sampige Road, 18th Cross,
Malleshwaram, Bangalore- 560012
Aspirants appearing in KCET 2018 should check the hall ticket highlights given below:
Aspirants should retain their Hall Ticket till the declaration of result and allocation of the seat.
Given below is the list of examinations centre for KCET 2018. Aspirants can give their preferences for exam centres in the application form. Once the examination centre is allotted to the aspirant it cannot be changed. The examination centre allotted to the aspirants with the address will be available on the Hall Ticket.
Aspirants should not forget to take multiple Passport size coloured photographs and Hall Ticket. Hall Ticket is the most important document aspirants have to carry on the day of the exam. Without the hall ticket entry in the examination hall is debarred.
Given below are the important features of KCET 2018 Hall Ticket:
Given below are some important information aspirants should follow to avoid any error. Aspirants should cautiously read the guidelines given in the hall ticket ad below.
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