The results of Karnataka Common Entrance Test (K CET 2016) has been declared at the official website for the entrance exam held to determine merit for admission to professional courses including engineering, medical, architecture, health sciences, agriculture, veterinary science and animal husband and Pharmacy. The Karnataka CET rankings 2016 were released by Medical Education Minister Dr Sharan Prakash Patil.Also Read - Mission College Admission: Step Towards Making Admissions Trouble-Free | Puja Sethi In Conversation With Prof. Pushpendra Singh, IIIT-D
Milind Kumar Vaddiraju from VVS Sardar Patel college Bengaluru bagged the first rank in engineering and Ananth G from Alva’s PU college Mangalore topped the state in medical and dental ranks. He also bagged first place in Bsc agriculture. A total of 41530 candidates got eligibility in medical dental courses, 127576 engineering courses and 96341 Bsc agricultural courses. In Architecture, Mrudhulaa C.R. of CMR National Public School secured the first rank. (Candidates can check the Karnataka CET Results 2016 by entering their registration number and click on the submit button) Also Read - Mission College Admission: Step Towards Making Admissions Trouble-Free | Puja Sethi In Conversation With Sibaram Khara, Sharda University
Karnataka Common Entrance Test (K CET) is held in four subjects which include Biology, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. The answer key of KCET 2016 is available online for candidates to cross check their answers. Candidates are required to note that the verification of documents for Agriculturist at the respective Practical Test Centres will be from May 12 to May 18, 2016. Also Read - Mission College Admission: A Step Towards Making Your Admissions Trouble-Free | Puja Sethi In Conversation With Aditya Berlia
Candidates are required to note that neither NIC nor the respective Board, Karnataka is responsible for any inadvertent error that may have crept in the results being published on NET. The Karnataka CET results published on net are for immediate information to the examinees. These cannot be treated as original mark sheets. Original mark sheets have been issued by the Board separately.