KCET Medical 2015
Govind Kumar, 14 May 2015, #NEET
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KCET Medical 2015- KCET Medical 2015 is a national level undergraduate medical entrance exam conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) for admissions to undergraduate Medical and Dental programmes in as many as 42 medical colleges and 38 Dental Institutes of Karnataka.KCET Medical 2015 entrance is scheduled to be conducted on May 12 and May 13, 2015 across various allotted centers.

Latest: KCET Medical Application Form 2016 is now available.


In 2014, as many as 1, 40,461 candidates had taken KCET Medical entrance test across the state for 3, 301 MBBS seats in 42 medical and 830 Dental seats in 38 Dental Institutions of Karnataka.



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Exam Name: Karnataka Common Entrance Test

Commonly Known as: KCET Medical 2015


Exam Category: State


Exam Level: Undergraduate


Conducting Body: Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA)


KCET Medical 2015 Eligibility:Important Highlights of KCET Medical 2015 Eligibility Criteria are given below:

  • Candidates seeking admission to the MBBS and BDS course should have passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate or (HSC)/10+2 or equivalent examination with English as one of the language paper

  • Candidates from general category must have secured minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in the  Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects and 50 % marks in KCET Medical Entrance Exam 2015

  • Candidates from SC, ST and other category must have secured minimum of 40% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects and 40 % marks in KCET Medical Entrance Exam 2015

KCET Medical 2015 Exam Pattern: KCET Medical 2015 exam to be conducted for two days in 3 different sessions for 3 subjects Biology, Physics and Chemistry. . The scheduled date of KCET Medical 2015 exam is May 12 and 13, 2015.  The entrance exam KCET Medical 2015 is to be based on the syllabus as prescribed by the examination authority. The question booklet of KCET Medical 2015 will consist of multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Each paper to be conducted for 60 marks for 80 minutes.

KCET Medical 2015 Application Procedure: The application procedure of KCET Medical 2015 begins on January 30, 2015 and the last date for online registration is March 2, 2015. Aspirants can fill KCET Medical 2015 application form online and examination feecan be remitted through bank challan. The cost of application fee is Rs. 650 for unreserved, Rs. 500 for reserved category and Rs. 750 for candidates from other state. The cost of application fee for candidates residing outside India is Rs. 5000 that has to be paid through demand draft in favor of Executive Director, Karnataka Examination Authority payable at Bangalore.


KCET Medical 2015 Important Dates:Candidates can check the important date of KCET Medical 2015 from the table give below:

KCET Medical 2015 Exam Events

Important Dates

Start date for Online Application Form

January 30, 2015

Last Date Online Registration

March 02, 2015

Last date to pay fee in the bank/post office

March 4, 2015

Downloading of KCET Medical 2015 Admit Card

April, 15, 2015

KCET Medical 2015 Exam

May 12 and May 13, 2015

Kannada Language Test for Horanadu and Gandinadu Kanniadia Candidates

 May 13 (For Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga Candidates)

* Earlier Biology paper was scheduled for April 29 and Physics and Chemistry papers were scheduled for April 30, 2015
# Earlier Kannada paper was scheduled for May 1.


KCET Medical 2015 Admit Card: After processing the KCET Medical 2015 application from an admit card will be uploaded on the official website of KEA. The KCET Medical 2015 Admit Card will not be sent through post. The admit card can be downloaded after entering KCET Medical 2015 application number.

KCET Medical 2015 Result:The result of KCET Medical 2015 is tentatively scheduled to be declared in the last week of June, 2015. KCET 2015 result is to be declared for only those candidates who scores qualifying marks in the entrance test. 


KCET Medical 2015 Merit List:The merit list of KCET Medical 2015 to be based on the cut off marks. KCET medical 2015 merit list to be prepared only for those candidates who secures qualifying marks in the entrance exam. The qualifying mark for general candidates is 50 % and 40% for SC, ST and other reserved category candidates.


KCET Medical 2015 Answer Key: The examination authority will release provisional as well as final KCET Medical answer key before the announcement of result. With the help of KCET Medical 2015 answer key candidates can calculate their scores on the basis of their performance in the exam. They can also evaluate their probable marks in the KCETMedical 2015 medical entrance exam.


KCET Medical 2015 Counselling: Examination authority will conducts counselling session for qualified candidates for seat selection in MBBS and BDS programmes. Seats to be allotted as the rank of candidates in the KCETMedical 2015 merit list.

Contact Address:

Sampige Road,

18th Cross, Malleshwaram,

Bangalore – 560012



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