Karnataka CET Results 2014 To be Declared Today 1:00 PM

students who are looking for Karnataka CET Results 2014 can check the result from its official website very soon. Interested students can read the following content for more information.

Karnataka CET Results 2014:- The KCET is one of the entrances and competitive exams conducted in the Karnataka state. The exam is held for the admission in various degree courses in the state of Karnataka. The full form of the KCET is Karnataka common entrance test.

The exam is conducted by the Karnataka examination authority (KEA). The exam is conducted since the year 1984. The exam is conducted every year by the government of Karnataka for the admission in the KCET engineering and medical colleges of the Karnataka state. The exam is conducted for many courses of engineering, medical, dental, ayurveda, homeopathy, unani, yoga, naturopathy and architecture.

KCET Results 2014 will be Declared Today:-

Karnataka CET Results 2014The exam consists of four different papers of physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics subjects. The each paper consists of 60 questions each of one mark. There is no negative marking in the exam. The exam is conducted in the May month every year.

The result of the exam is declared in the end of July month every year. Many students every year appeared in this common entrance exam of Karnataka state. Karnataka examination authority is going to be announced CET Karnataka Result 2014 very soon. As soon as KEA declared the Karnataka CET Results 2014 we will update here. All students can check result here by enter the roll no in the given box below.

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One comment on “Karnataka CET Results 2014 To be Declared Today 1:00 PM
  1. Basavaraj kuri says:

    Are there special seats for horanadu kannadigas?

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