The KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) registration process is a pivotal step for aspiring candidates seeking admission to various undergraduate programs in Karnataka. Typically conducted in January or February, the registration process involves several key steps. Applicants need to visit the official KEA (Karnataka Examination Authority) website, create an account, and fill in personal, academic, and contact details. They must upload essential documents, including photographs and signatures, and pay the requisite application fee. After successful submission, applicants receive a unique application number and acknowledgment. Admit cards are subsequently issued for eligible candidates to appear in the KCET exam, a significant determinant for admission to engineering, medical, and agricultural courses in Karnataka's esteemed institutions. It is crucial for candidates to stay updated with the latest guidelines and deadlines to ensure a smooth registration process.
|Online application starts||March 2nd, 2024|
|Last date of online application||April 5th, 2024|
|Application fee payment last date||April 7th, 2024|
|Application form correction window||May 12th to 15th, 2024|
|Application start date||March 2nd, 2024|
|Application end date||April 5th, 2024|
Visit the Official Website: Go to the official website of the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA), where the KCET application forms are usually made available.
Registration: Create an account by providing your basic information, such as your name, email address, mobile number, and date of birth. You will receive a unique user ID and password.
Log In: Log in to your account using the provided user ID and password.
Fill in Personal Details: Complete the application form by entering your personal details, such as your name, gender, parent's name, and nationality.
Enter Academic Information: Provide your academic details, including your qualifying examination details (like 10+2 or equivalent), board name, and year of passing. Be prepared to enter your educational qualifications accurately.
Select Exam Center: Choose your preferred exam center from the list of available options.
Upload Documents: Upload scanned copies of your recent passport-sized photograph, signature, and left thumb impression. Make sure these files meet the specified size and format requirements.
Payment of Application Fee: Pay the application fee through the designated payment method. The fee amount may vary depending on your category (e.g., General, SC/ST). Keep the payment receipt for future reference.
Verify Information: Review all the details you've entered to ensure accuracy. Make corrections if necessary.
Submit Application: After verifying all the information, submit the application form.
Print Application Form: After successful submission, download and print a copy of the application form for your records.
Keep Documents Safe: Keep a copy of the application form, payment receipt, and all other relevant documents safe for future reference.
Admit Card: Wait for the KCET Admit Card to be released. You will need it to appear for the exam.
|General category||INR 500|
|Female candidates of Karnataka||INR 250|
|Applicants who studied outside Karnataka (GM)||INR 750|
|Applicants outside India||INR 5000|
Recover KCET Application Number:
Visit the official KCET website (KEA website) at the link provided for KCET admissions.
Look for an option like "Forgot Application Number" or "Forgot User ID" on the login page.
Click on that option, and you'll be directed to a page where you can retrieve your application number.
You will need to provide certain details such as your name, father's name, mother's name, date of birth, and security code (CAPTCHA).
After entering the required information, submit the form.
If the information matches the details you provided during the application process, your application number will be displayed on the screen.
Recover KCET Password:
On the official KCET website's login page, you will also find an option like "Forgot Password."
Click on the "Forgot Password" link.
You may be asked to enter your application number, date of birth, and security code (CAPTCHA).
After providing the necessary details, submit the form.
Depending on the website's features, you will either receive a temporary password on your registered email ID or be prompted to create a new password.
Follow the instructions to reset your password and regain access to your account.
The KCET 2024 application form status table is not yet available. The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will release the application form status table after the application process is over.
The application status table will show the following details:
Class 10th Mark Sheet and Certificate: You will need your 10th-grade mark sheet and certificate as proof of date of birth.
Class 12th (PUC or Equivalent) Mark Sheet and Certificate: Provide your 12th-grade or equivalent mark sheet and certificate as proof of your educational qualifications.
Recent Passport-sized Photograph: You'll need a passport-sized color photograph. Ensure it meets the specified size and format requirements mentioned in the application guidelines.
Signature: Your scanned signature is required. Follow the specified format and size guidelines.
Left Thumb Impression: A scanned copy of your left thumb impression is often needed. Ensure it is clear and meets the specified requirements.
Category Certificate (if applicable): If you belong to a reserved category (e.g., SC/ST/OBC), you may need to provide a category certificate as per the government's format.
Income Certificate (if applicable): Some candidates may be required to submit an income certificate for fee concessions. Check the official guidelines to see if this applies to you.
Domicile Certificate: A domicile certificate may be necessary to prove your eligibility for Karnataka state quota seats.
Study Certificate: In some cases, you may need a study certificate issued by your school or college to prove your eligibility for the exam.
Unique ID Proof: On the exam day, you will be required to present a valid photo ID proof (e.g., Aadhar card, passport, voter ID, or driver's license) along with your admit card.
Payment Receipt: Keep a copy of the payment receipt for the application fee as proof of payment.