KCET 2014 Application Form Date Released – Check Here

March 8, 2014 enggteam

The application process of KCET is divided in two following categories:

  • For the candidates within Karnataka
  • For the candidates outside Karnataka

A). For Karnataka candidates:

The brochure cum application form of KCET 2014 will be issued by the schools/ colleges located within the state of Karnataka. The applicants pursuing 2nd PUC and XII class will have to first download the challan from KEA website. The information related to name, date of birth, category and name of the bank (State Bank of Mysore, Indian Bank, Central Bank of India). The application fee has to be remitted in either of the mentioned banks.

The bank after accepting the application fee will keep a copy of the bank challan (Bank Copy) and hand over the rest two copies of the challan to the student. On receiving, the copy the applicants are required to handover the challan copy (KEA copy) to the concerned college/school principal to obtain the brochure. The fee to be paid for the brochure is Rs 600 for the general category and Rs 500 to be paid by the scheduled caste (SC), scheduled tribes (ST).

B). For outside Karnataka candidates:

The candidates residing outside Karnataka state, fulfilling the eligibility criterion can procure and obtain application form by speed post. The application form can be availed by sending the self-addressed cloth- lined envelope of size 25cm*30 cm along with the demand draft of Rs 750, drawn in favor of “The executive director, Karnataka examination authority, Bangalore”. The applicants of out if India will have to send a draft of Rs 5000. In this case, also the last for submission of demand draft via speed post to KEA is 17 March 2014.

The applicants must make sure there the concerned authority on or before 5 April 2014 has received application form as it is the last date for receipt of application form. The applicants fulfilling the set eligibility criterion and are interested can only go ahead with the application process and in case any candidate found faultering in the admission process will not be granted admission.

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