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The merit list, a list with the names of the top ranking students, will be generated based on the marks obtained by the student and published by the end of May. To qualify for the list a student will need to score a minimum of 45% in the CET exam (40% for SC/ST/OBC) in case the student is applying for a course in engineering.

Follow up:

Those applying for courses in Medical/Dental fields will need to score a minimum of 50% (40% for SC/ST/OBC). Those that are applying for courses in architecture will need to score a minimum of 50% (45% for SC/ST/OBC) in the exam. This score is irrespective of the score that you got in your 10+2 exams.

In case a candidate has appeared in the previous years CET exam and obtained a seat in a particular branch, the student can not apply for the same branch during the current exam. If and alternate branch is chosen then the student will forfeit the seat allotted to them the previous year.

The documents that the student will need to bring along will be

Original and attested copies of the SSLC or 10th standard marks card

Original and attested copies of 2nd PU or equivalent examination marks cards

Study certificate duly signed by the principal of the school in case of CBSE, CISCE and J & K candidates if the the student has studied in Karnataka for a minimum of 7 years. If such a certificate is produced, then it need not be signed on by the Block Education Officer or the DDPI

If the candidate has not studied in Karnataka for a minimum for 7 years then the study certificate needs to be countersigned by the BEO (Block Education Officer) or the DDPI (Deputy Director of Public Instructions)

2 passport size photographs

In addition to this if the candidate has requested for any other special consideration then must carry the required certificates for the same.


Comment from: deepakmd [Visitor] Email
i want to know that how much i have to score in both annual and cet exams to secure a rank below 15000
04/13/10 @ 20:07
Comment from: Felix [Member] Email
Hey Deepak,

You will need to score at least an average of 60% in PUC and CET put together. This means that you need to score 86% approx in PUC and 40% approx in CET to get a rank below 15000.
04/19/10 @ 10:26

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