KCET Medical 2016 Exam on May 1 & 2
Govind Kumar, 04 Dec 2015, #NEET
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KCET Medical 2016 entrance exam is scheduled to be conducted on May 1 and 2 at different designated centers of Karnataka. The examination authority, Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has announced the examination date of KCET Medical 2016 for admission to MBBS and BDS seats in medical and dental colleges of Karnataka. The exam will be conducted for two consecutive days for Paper 1 and Paper 2.

The paper 1 which is of Biology subject will be conducted on May 1 and paper 2 which is of Physics and Chemistry Subjects will be conducted on May 2. While Kannada Language Test for Horanadu and Gandinadu Kannadia candidates is schedule for May 3, 2016.


The each paper of KCET Medical 2016 will be of 1 hour 20 minutes. As per KCET Medical 2016 exam pattern, the question booklet will have 180 multiple choice questions, 60 from each section of Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

KCET Medical 2016 entrance exam is scheduled for is a state level entrance exam conducted for admission to  as many as 3300  MBBS seats in 42 medical and 830 Dental seats in 38 Dental Institutions of Karnataka.


According to KCET Medical 2016 Eligibility criteria, only those candidates are eligible who have passed Higher Secondary examination of the Board of Higher Secondary Education/10+2 or equivalent examination with English as one of the languages, recognized by the Department of Pre-University, Government of Karnataka with 50% marks. Candidates who will appear for Higher Secondary examination in 2016 can also apply for KCET Medical 2016 entrance test but their admission will be subjected to fulfillment of eligibility criteria.


The application procedure of KCET Medical 2016 will begin tentatively in the month of January. Candidates can apply for the exam either online. The detail application will procedure will be available after the release of admission brochure for 2016 academic session


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