KCET Medical 2015 Counselling
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KCET Medical 2015 Counselling - The extended second round of Seat allotment result of KCET Medical 2015 Counselling has been declared by the exam conducting authority, i.e. Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). KCET Medical 2015 counselling extended Round 2 was conducted from July 17 to July 21, 2015. Candidates who have appeared in KCET Medical 2015 counselling extended Round 2 can check below for the Seat allotment result.


KCET Medical 2015 Seat Allotment Result of extended Round 2 Counselling:



The second round of counselling schedule of KCET Medical 2015 has been released by the exam conducting authority, i.e. Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). KCET Medical 2015 Counselling round 2 is scheduled to be conducted from July 2, 2015 to July 16, 2015 in an offline mode. According to officials, all waitlisted candidates of KCET Medical 2015 are eligible to appear in KCET Medical 2015 Counselling round 2. The counselling schedule of KCET Medical 2015 round 2 is given below: 


KCET Medical 2015 Second Round Counselling Schedule: 

  KCET Medical 2015 Counselling Dates

KCET Medical 2015 Counselling Events


July 2 to July 3, 2015

Document verification for candidates who have not verified till date along with the candidates whose qualifying marks were changed due to revaluation, re-totaling or with held etc


July 2 to July 3, 2015

Candidates who have been allotted seats in the first round and already exercised their choices 2 or 3 or 4 can change their choices if they wish to

July 4, 2015 after 11:00 am

Display of Seat Matrix

July 4 (02:00 pm) to July 8, 2015 (Up to 10:00 am)

Option entry for eligible candidates (prioritization of options)

July 10, 2015 (after 02:00 pm)

Publication of Seat allotment of second rounds

July 13 to July 15, 2015

Confirmation of allotment, payment of fees,  and downloading of admission order

July 16, 2015( before 05:30 pm)

Last date for reporting to colleges

The Counselling of KCET Medical 2015 was concluded on June 20, 2015 with the seat allotment of Round 1 of KCET Medical 2015. The allotment of MBBS seats were done strictly on the basis of candidate’s rank in KCET Medical 2015 Entrance exam. The exam conducting authority, i.e. Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) 2015 will release the second counselling schedule of KCET Medical 2015 in the month of July, 2015. 


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According to the KEA, KCET Medical 2015 counselling process was conducted June 5 to June 30, 2015 with verification of NCC and Physically Handicap category candidates. The verification for general candidates had been conducted in a window of 25 days commenced from June 5, 2015.  The candidates had to visit the helpline centres, as per the schedule, to verify their documents for Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Counselling. Candidates can check Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Counselling Procedure below on this page.

Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Counselling Procedure is as follows

Candidates, who have been assigned ranks in Karnataka CET Medical 2015, will have to report to their nearest Helpline centres as per the mentioned   schedule

Before the last date, candidates have to register at any of 13 registered help lines centres.

For further verification of the documents, candidates have to register their Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Number in the Computer system at the helpline centre


Document Verification:

  • Candidates have to report for their Document Verification as per the schedule announced by KEA for Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Counselling.

  • Candidates are required to bring their original documents for the verification purpose during KCET Medical 2015 Counselling

  • Every candidate will be allotted with a unique id and password after the completion of the document verification

  • Candidates must make use of their Verification Slip and Unique keyword for option entry login purpose

  • The unique keyword will consist 8 alpha-numerical characters

  • In case candidate forget their password, they will have an option of creating a new password

  • An friendly and interactive session will held at all the Helpline centres under the KCET Medical 2015 Counselling, explaining the later stages of KCET Medical 2015 counselling, including the choice filling and fee payments etc

Documents required for Verification during Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Counselling:

  • KCET Medical 2015 Admission Ticket.

  • Copy of filled KCET Medical 2015 Application Form.

  • SSLC/Class X Marks sheet.

  • 2nd PUC/ Class XII Marks sheet.

  • Study Certificate counter signed by the concerned BEO/DDPI.

  • TWO recent passport size photographs.

Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Counselling - User ID and Password Assignment:

  • After the document verifications of KCET Medical 2015, candidates will be allotted with an unique id and password

  • The  allotted User Id and Password will be used for Login purpose for option entry

  • Candidates are advised to change their password

Entry of Options:

  • With the assigned User id and Password, candidates can login and enter their choice options

  • After the receipt of official seat matrix, exam authority will upload the college wise, category wise and course wise seat matrix to the website

  • Candidates can also check the seat matrix at their nearest Helpline centres

  • Candidates have to enter their Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Application number and will also have to enter their Unique keyword printed in the verification slip

  • To prevent misuse, they should change their passwords, once they log in

  • After log in, candidates can enter all the choices of courses as per their eligibility

  • The Option Entry Form contains the priority order number, discipline, college name and college code and course code

  • Candidates can modify the order of choices as par candidate’s wish with no restriction

  • To be considered for seat allotment phase, candidates have to lock the choices on the last day

Seat Allotment:

  • The seats will be allotted to the candidates as per their Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Merit List Rankings decided by their performance in Karnataka CET Medical 2015 and the qualifying exam

  • The Karnataka CET Medical  2015 Seat Allotment will be done on the basis of availability of seats, preferred choices of the candidate and Result of Karnataka CET Medical 2015

  • Candidates, after their seat allotment process, have to download the Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Seat Allotment Letters and pay the specified admission fees

  • Candidates, who are not satisfied with the seat allotted to them, can participate in the subsequent Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Counselling rounds

 Payment of Fees and Admission Order Receipt:

  • The candidates, who are content with the Seat Allotment in Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Counseling, are required to pay specified admission fee.

Fee Payment: The candidates can pay the prescribed fees via Net Banking/ Challan Payment


Admission Order:

  • After payment of the prescribed fees, candidates must download their Karnataka CET Medical 2015 Admission Order and print it

  • The details mentioned on the Admission Order will be verified by the allotted college authorities

Candidates can check below for the KCET Medical 2015 Counselling schedule:



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