Entrance Exams in
India : Information and Details of Entrance Exams
Karnataka Common Entrance Test (CET) 2012
Karnataka CET 2012: Eligibility
Medical /Dental Courses/Ayurveda/Homoeopathy/Unani/Naturopathy & Yoga courses
: 10+2 or equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as optional
subjects and English as one of the languages of study and at least 50% (40%
for SC, ST and OBC) of the aggregate marks in the PCB group.
For Medical / Dental / Ayurveda / Homoeopathy / Unani / Naturopathy & Yoga
courses: the candidate should have completed the age of 17 years.
Engineering and Technology courses : The applicant should have passed
Karnataka 2nd PUC / 12th Std. or equivalent exam with Physics and Mathematics
along with Chemistry /Bio- Technology /Computer Science /Electronics/Biology
as optional subjects with English as one of the languages of study and
obtained at least 45% (40% for SC, ST and OBC) of the aggregate marks in the
optional subjects, irrespective of marks obtained in the Common Entrance Test.
Architecture course : The applicant should have passed Karnataka 2nd PUC /
12th Std. or equivalent exam with Mathematics as a compulsory optional subject
and obtained at least 50% of marks in aggregate in all the subjects in the
qualifying examination and should compulsorily appear for NATA (National
Aptitude Test in Architecture) and score a minimum of 40% in NATA. In case of
candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward
Classes, the minimum marks for the purpose of eligibility will be 45% of the
aggregate marks in all subjects in the qualifying examination and 35% score in
A person who has appeared for the qualifying examination and who is expecting
the results is also eligible to apply for the Common Entrance Test, subject to
the condition that the Karnataka quota candidates shall submit the qualifying
examination marks card at least within one week from the day of the CET,
failing which no rank will be assigned to the candidate and Non-Karnataka
candidates shall submit the marks card on the day of seat selection.
Domicile Restrictions: Seven full academic years of study in Karnataka is
necessary to apply for CET. However, following criteria are given exemption.
(a) children of defence personnel, central government employees working for a
period of at least one year in Karnataka.
(b) children of MPs elected from Karnataka to the extent of the period of
being an MP falling during the period of the child's study from first standard
to the qualifying exam.
(c) children of serving or retired employees of (i) all India services of
Karnataka cadre; (ii) state government who had served/are serving outside the
state during the period of the child has been studying from first standard to
the qualifying exam;
(d) children of central government employees working outside Karnataka State
where such employee: (i) had declared any place in Karnataka as his Home Town,
and (ii) has either studied in any recognised educational institution in
Karnataka for not less than five years first standard and SSLC.
(e) children of serving defence personnel or ex-servicemen whose home address
at the time of joining the defence services was in Karnataka.
(f) children of any employee transferable anywhere in India but at present
working continuously for a period of at least one year in Karnataka.
A candidate who had obtained a seat in any discipline through the CET Cell in
any of the previous years will not be eligible to appear for the Common
Entrance Test for selection of a seat in the same discipline. Such candidate
will immediately forfeit the seat selected by him during the previous years,
upon selection of a seat in a different discipline during this year.
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