Kamal Nath may order probe into snooping by Shivraj government
Education

Karnataka CET 2019 results expected to release May 25 – important instructions

Karnataka CET 2019 results update: Karnataka CET 2019 result is expected to be declared tomorrow, May 25.

Candidates, who had appeared for the Karnataka Common Entrance Test or KCET 2019, are advised to keep track on the official website.

Once released, Karnataka CET 2019 result will be available online. Guide to download Karnataka CET 2019 result is mentioned below.

 Karnataka CET 2019 result: How to download online

Step 1: Open the official websitekea.kar.nic.in

Step 2: Look for a link on the homepage that reads “Karnataka CET 2019 result”

Step 3: Fill in your registration number, roll number and date of birth on the login page.

Step 4: Click on submit. Your result will appear on the screen.

Karnataka CET 2019 result: Important instructions to download scores

After the official release of Karnataka CET 2019 result, technical or server issues may arise due to large number of students downloading their exam hall ticket online the same time.

In such situation students are advised to keep calm and should not panic.

Immediately after downloading the Karnataka CET 2019 result, candidates need to check the entries made.

Errors, if any, should be taken to the notice of the exam conducting authority.

Students should know about the Karnataka CET 2019 result retrieving process mentioned above.

Passing marks

In a bid to pass the Karnataka CET, candidates should secure minimum 50% marks (40% in case of SC/ST Category) in PCB group.

About Karnataka Common Entrance Test or KCET

Karnataka Common Entrance Test or KCET, a state-level exam, is conducted by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) for admission to Engineering, AYUSH, Farm Science, B.Pharm courses.

Exam Name:  Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET)

Conducting Body:    Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA)

KCET Official Website:   kea.kar.nic.incet.kan.nic.in  and karresults.nic.in

Exam Type:   State Level Entrance Exam

Exam Category:  Undergraduate (UG)

Total Exam Centers:  54

Mode of Examination: Offline

Mode of Application:  Online

KEA Helpline:  080 – 23 460 460

Latest Update