KCET Medical 2016 will continue to be gateway for admission to state medical colleges in the admission year 2016. The exam, which earlier stood cancelled as per the Supreme Court order on May 9, 2016, again comes into effect after the Centre brought an ordinance on NEET, which put state entrance tests out of NEET ambit for 2016 admission year. However, NEET phase 2, applicable for admissions to 15 per cent all India quota in government colleges; and private and deemed institutions, is still open for all. Read important articles on NEET 2016 from the links given below.
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KCET Medical 2016 Eligibility - Candidates who wish to appear for KCET Medical 2016 exam are advised to read the eligibility criteria before filling up the application form. As per the Karnataka CET (KCET) Medical 2016 eligibility criteria, candidates must be of 17 years of age on or before December 31, 2016 are eligible to apply for the exam. Moreover, candidate who has passed the 10+2/HSC/ with requisite marks but also a candidate who is appearing for the 10+2/HSC exam and expecting the results is eligible to apply for the KCET Medical 2016.Candidates are advised to read the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) Medical eligibility criteria 2016 mentioned below before applying for the exam so to ascertain their educational and age eligibility as required by the examination authority.
Highlights of KCET Medical 2016 Eligibility Criteria are mentioned below:
Age: Candidate applying for KCET Medical 2016 must have completed the age of 17 years as on December 31, 2016 for admission to MBBS/BDS programmes offered at Government / University / Private Aided / Private Un-Aided Professional Educational Institutions of Karnataka.
Candidate must have passed second year Pre-University or class 12th standard or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as optional subjects and English as one of the languages of study and obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects while for SC, ST, Category-I and OBC (2A, 2B, 3A and 3B) category candidates qualifying marks is 40%
Qualifying Marks in KCET Medical 2016 - General category candidates must score a minimum of 50% of marks in aggregate in PCB subjects in KCET Medical 2016 exam while qualifying marks is 40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates
Students appearing for Karnataka 2nd PUC Annual 2016 need not submit their 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam marks card to the KEA, as it will be obtained directly from the Department of PUE.
Candidates who have passed class 10+2 exam from CBSE, CISCE, 10+2, from other boards (including J & K) before 2016 and appearing for KCET Medical 2016 must compulsorily send a photocopy of their 12th standard marks card by mentioning their CET Number to KEA
Repeater students of Karnataka 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam also submit their photocopy of the marks card on or before 20-05-2016. Otherwise, the results of such candidates will be withheld for. Their intermediary ranks / spot ranks will be assigned in respect of with-held candidates only after submission of photocopy of the 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam marks card
Non Eligible for KCET Medical 2016:
Candidates who do not pass in all the subjects in 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam and candidates who do not possess the academic eligibility as mentioned will not be eligible to be considered for allotment of MBBS and BDS seats
Candidate who passes in all the subjects in 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam and later withdraws one or more subject for reappearing for improving their performance will not be considered for allotment of seats in the regular round and will be treated as a supplementary candidate
KCET Medical 2016 is state level undergraduate medical entrance exam scheduled to be conducted on May 4 & 5, 2016 for admission to as many as 3301 MBBS seats in 42 medical and 830 BDS seats in 38 Dental colleges seats in Government / University / Private Aided / Private Un-Aided Professional Educational Institutions in the State of Karnataka.
Candidates who satisfy one of the following clauses of KCET medical 2016 eligibility criteria only are eligible for selection / allotment of government seats in government, aided, private un-aided minority / non-minority institutions through KCET Medical 2016. Each condition is specified as a clause and is individually referred by a code. The documents to be produced during verification of documents in support of the claim for each of the Clauses are also detailed below the respective clauses. The candidates who do not satisfy any of the Clauses / Eligibility Criteria detailed below and the candidates who do not produce the prescribed documents in original will not be eligible for admission to professional courses under Government quota seats.
Candidates can check detail of KCET Medical 2016 Eligibility from the document given below:
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You should also familiarize yourself with the syllabus and prepare with the pace which suits your need and do not depend upon your school's pace.
Then go through all the NCERT textbooks and if you can afford, then buy some coaching material or better you should join one coaching as it will help you with the consistency part.
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