Online seat selection for Karnataka CET 2012 : KEA

Good News for the Students who are appearing for Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET 2012) for Engineering and Medical Admissions for the Academic year 2012-13.

Considering the Students Complaints on the Seat Selection Process in the KCET Counseling the Karnataka Examination Authority KEA has decided to Launch Online Seat Selection Procedure for KCET Counseling 2012.

As Per the New System Students who were Qualified in KCET 2012 Entrance Test can Attend KCET2012 Counseling in any Center in the State. Interested Students can also Upload their Interested Courses and Institutes on the Priority Basis on the KEA KCET 2012 Website.

Students who appear for KCET 2012 Engineering, Medical and  ISMH counseling are obliged to visit the counseling center five or six times at the minimum. For them the KCET 2012 online seat allotment will come as a relief. Sources say that as per the new Proposal KCET 2012 Seat Allotment will be Based on the Students KCET 2012 Rankings and Reservation.  Students who are appearing for KCET 2012 Counseling can also Check and Change their Colleges and Courses as Per their Preferences.

Since the system is new, it would be a big experiment in the working of the CET seat selection procedure from this year. Fingers Crossed..!

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COMEDK information

COMEDK 2011 has been assigned the task of organizing a Common Entrance Test for candidates aspiring to pursue Under Graduate courses Medical, Dental and Engineering Colleges in the State of Karnataka, in member institutions of the Consortium (Medical, Dental and Engineering Colleges). 


Contact Details:

COMEDK

#37, First Floor, Ramanashree Chambers,
Lady Curzon Road,
Bangalore-560001, Karnataka
Fax: 91-80-25598309
Email: [email protected]
Website URL:

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CET Reservation of seats

For Karnatka students :
100% seats reserved in Government colleges ( Based on KCET 2011 score )
95% seats reserved in Aided colleges ( Based on KCET 2011 score )
50% seats reserved in Private Un-Aided colleges for Non-Minority ( Based on KCET 2011 score )
45% seats reserved in Private Un-Aided colleges for Minority ( Based on KCET 2011 score )

Eligibility :- For General 45% in 10+2 , SC/ST/OBC 40% in 10+2
50% seats filled through COMEDK score.

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