KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) is a state-level entrance exam organized by KEA ( Karnataka Examination Authority). This entrance test is carried out to provide admission to the eligible applicants for various Karnataka Undergraduate courses.
The examination is also known by other terms such as Kar CET, Karnataka CET or K-CET. The technical courses such as B.E, B.Tech, B.Arch, B. Pharm and BSc are offered under this test. Both private and government educational institutions provide the above- mentioned courses.
Karnataka CET will be held on 30 and 31 July, announced on Wednesday by Dr CN Ashwath Narayan, Deputy Chief Minister and Higher Education Minister of the State.
The progress comes after the complete redesign of the fourth lockdown phase with new rules which is confirmed by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and will begin from May 18.
C N Ashwath Narayan clarified that there had been 1.92 lakh applications received so far, while 1.2 lakh applicants are qualified to attend the test. 73,000 seats are available, including Ayush, Engineering, Pharmacy, and Agriculture.
On the recent launch of the ‘Get CET Go’ programme, the Minister said that it was built to assist the students in preparing for KCET and NEET 2020.
The KCET was postponed, due to the coronavirus disease outbreak, beyond the usual schedule of the April last week or the May 1st week.