KCET Medical 2014 Application Form
Govind Kumar, 20 Jun 2014, #NEET
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UPES - School of Health Sciences

KCET Medical 2014 Application Form- Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) will conduct Common Entrance Test (CET) 2014 for admissions in Medical and Dental Colleges in Karnataka State. The interested candidates who wish to pursue MBBS and BDS courses from various medical institutions of Karnataka need to fill KCET Medical Application Form 2014. The brochure cum application form of KCET Medical Entrance Exam 2014 is available from  March 22, 2014 to the respective school/colleges or through the post. 


KCET Medical 2014 entrance exam is scheduled to be held consecutively on two days, May 1 and 2 2014.

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Karnataka CET Medical 2014 application form cum prospectus can be obtained from schools / colleges located within the state of Karnataka where the students are pursuing 2nd PUC or 12th standard.  The cost of the Brochure cum Application form is Rs.650 by cash (Rs.500 for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Category-I). 

Supply of Brochure Cum application Form of KCET Medical 2014 Exam


Within Karnataka State:

  • Students have to first download the challan from KEA official website by entering the name, date of birth, category and name of the bank (State Bank of Mysore, India Bank, Central Bank of India).
  • Then students have to pay the requisite fee in any of the respective bank branches
  • The bank will retain a copy of the Challan (Bank Copy)and handover remaining the two copies of the challlan to the students
  • Students have to handover the KEA Challan to the concerned School/College Principal to obtain the brochure
  • Last date to pay the fees in the bank after downloading the challan and for submission of KEA challlan copy to the colleges is April 1, 2014

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Outside Karnataka State:

  • Candidates of Karnataka Origin residing outside the state of Karnataka including Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadigas and wards of other Karnataka candidates who are studying or who have studied 12 standard or equivalent exam outside Karnataka State within the territory of India can procure the brochure cum application form by Speed Post by sending self addressed cloth lined envelope of size 25 cm x 30 cm long with the demand draft of Rs 750.
  • The content of self addressed envelope must be in English or Kannada Language
  • The Cover in which the demand draft and self addressed envelope should be boldly super scribed with the words ' Request For CET 2014 Brochure'
  •  The last date of submission of Demand Draft by Speed Post to KEA is April 1, 2014

For any doubts and queries, call the KCET Medical 2014 Exam Helpline at 011-40360360

Key Highlights of KCET Medical 2014 Exam Application Form are given below

  • Only use black or blue ink ball point pen to fill KCET Medical Application Form 2014

  • KCET Medical application form 2014  is a combination of both ICR and OMR types

  • Candidates are required to fill application form of KCET Medical 2014 using blue or black ballpoint pen and also for few items candidates are required to fill and shade the respective circles of item

  • Wherever codes are given, fill the boxes in the application form with the appropriate codes only

  • No item should be left blank as incomplete applications are liable to be rejected.  At the blank space mention N/A.

  • Carefully fill application form without any strike or stray marks.

  • The photograph should not cover the signature area below it. Do not staple or pin the photograph, as the scanner will reject the stapled photograph

  • Sign your application form on specified places and also put your left hand thumb impression on specified box

  • Write your e-mail address, residence telephone number and the mobile phone number invariably, along with the std codes in the box  provided

  • The information / particulars furnished by the candidates in their Karnataka CET Medical 2014 application form will be deemed as final. No change in any information will be entertained in future

  • The application form should be duly attested by the Principal where the candidate is presently studying. If the candidate have passed 2nd PU / 12 standard examination before 2014 Annual examination, the candidate should obtain the signature from his / her previous College Principal where he / she has passed 2nd PU / 12th Std examination OR by any Gazetted Officer. Attestation by the Principal / Gazetted Officer in the space provided on the application form is compulsory to all the candidates. Candidates not complying with these instructions or with unclear photograph are liable to be rejected

  • Before submitting the KCET Medical 2014 application form to the college Principal / KEA, the candidates should take a photocopy of the filled application form for future reference

  • The candidates who have received the brochure cum application forms through their schools or colleges should submit their filled applications to the respective schools or colleges

  • The candidates can also submit their filled application forms by ‘Speed Post’ directly to KEA

  • If any candidate fails to receive the admission ticket within the stipulated time, then they can contact the respective Principals of the institution or KEA office with a photocopy of the filled application form

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To Download KCET Medical 2014 Application Form Online Bank Challan  - Click Here


Demand draft for KCET Medical 2014 Application Formhas to be made in favor of ‘The Executive Director, Karnataka Examination Authority’ payable at Bangalore.



KCET Medical Entrance Exam 2014 Application form should be sent to following address through registered/Speed post to the address given below

Sampige Road,

18th Cross, Malleshwaram,

Bangalore – 560012 


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