Karnataka CET


Karnataka Common Entrance Test, also known as KCET, is a state-level entrance exam conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). This entrance exam is organised to provide eligible candidates admission to different undergraduate courses in Karnataka.

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The examination is also called Karnataka CET, Kar CET or K-CET. Professional courses provided under this examination are B.Tech, B.E, B. Pharm, B.Arch and BSc. Therefore mentioned courses are provided by private as well as government educational institutions.

Exam NameKarnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)
Board NameKarnataka Examination Authority (KEA)
Exam LevelState-level
Application ModeOnline mode of application
Official Websitewww.kea.kar.nic.in
Exam CategoryUndergraduate (UG)
Courses offeredB.Tech, B.E, B. Pharm, B.Arch and BSc
The frequency of the examAnnual
Participating Institutes220+ colleges in Karnataka (government, private aided and unaided).

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KCET Courses Offered

As per the official website and the KCET brochure that is provided, students can get admission in various courses in Government Universities or Private Aided or Private Unaided Professional Educational Institutions in Karnataka:

  • Medical
  • Ayurveda
  • Dental
  • Unani
  • Homoeopathy
  • Engineering
  • Naturopathy and Yoga
  • Architecture
  • Technology
  • Farm Science courses i.e. B.Sc (Sericulture)
  • B.Sc (Agriculture)
  • B.Sc (Forestry)
  • B.Sc (Horticulture)
  • B.HSc (Home Science)
  • B.Sc Agri Biotech
  • B.Sc (Agri Marketing and Co-Op)
  • B.Tech (Dairy Tech)
  • B.Tech (Agri Engg)
  • B.Tech (Food Technology)
  • B.Tech (Food Science and Tech)
  • B.FSc (Fisheries)

KCET Exam Pattern

Amidst the rumours going on that KCET 2022 will be conducted in an offline mode only. KCET is being conducted in an offline mode which is basically a pen and paper mode with OMR sheets. The questions asked in the exam will be of objective type, and there will be no negative markings. Details about the KCET exam pattern is given below in the table.

Exam Pattern For Karnataka CET

Mode of ExaminationOffline
Total Questions180 (Physics: 60, Chemistry: 60, Mathematics: 60 Or Biology: 60)
TypeObjective Questions
Total Marks180 Marks
Time Duration80 minutes for each subject.
LanguageEnglish or Kannada
Marking1 mark for each question.
Negative MarkingNo

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