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Government of Karnataka

Karnataka Examinations Authority

Information Bulletin – 1
Common Entrance Test – 2019
Admission to Engineering, Architecture, Farm Science courses,
B.Pharma etc Professional Courses
(Instructions and Guidelines)
(NOT FOR MEDICAL / DENTAL / AYUSH courses)

Karnataka Examinations Authority


18th Cross, Sampige Road, Malleshwaram,
BANGALORE - 560 012

e-mail: keauthority-ka@nic.in
Website: http://kea.kar.nic.in
Helpline: 080 - 23 460 460 (5 Lines)
From 10.00 am to 6.00 pm

Karnataka Examinations Authority


Trust through total transparency

Candidates are neither required to send any certificates/documents in support of their claim in the
online application nor printout of their Application Form (Final Printout) to KEA. However the
candidates, in their own interest, must satisfy themselves about their eligibility for the Test /
admission to relevant courses. In the event of any ineligibility being detected by the Government /
KEA / University / Apex Body at any stage, their candidature will be cancelled and they shall be liable
for legal action.

If any candidate is found with possession of mobile phones or any other


electronic gadgets’ at the examination hall, shall be liable for penal
action.

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IMPORTANT:
Candidates are hereby informed to go through the Information Bulletin carefully and
understand / acquaint themselves:-
1. Candidates have to apply online for CET-2019.
2. Information Bulletin can be downloaded from the Website http://kea.kar.nic.in
3. Online submission of Application Form can be done by accessing KEA Website
http://kea.kar.nic.in Instructions for Online submission of Application Form are
available in the Information Bulletin and on the KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in
4. Candidates must follow the instructions strictly as given in the Information Bulletin
and on KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in Candidates not complying with the
instructions shall be summarily disqualified.
5. Candidates must retain the following documents with them as reference for future
correspondence.
(i) At least three printouts of the finally submitted online Application.
(ii) Proof of fee paid
(iii) 2-3 copies of identical Photograph that scanned and uploaded on the
Online Application.
6. (a) Candidate must ensure that mobile numbers, e-mail address entered in the
online application form are his/her own as in case of urgency KEA may send
information / communications by SMS or mail on given mobile number and
mailing ID only.
(b) The Candidate / parents shall be held responsible for non-receipt of latest
information due to wrong mobile number or mailing address filled in the On
Line Application Form.
7. Candidates must preserve the Admit Card till the admission in College or
Institution.
8. For the latest updates, candidates must remain in touch with the KEA Website
http://kea.kar.nic.in till the completion of final round of counselling.
9. Candidates / parents are advised to visit KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in at least
twice in a day for the latest news / updates and also check their mobile / e-mail as
in case of urgency KEA may send the information / communications.
10. KEA will reserve the right to withdraw any such admission made at any point of
time which is not fulfilling the eligibility criteria / regulations fixed by the Competent
Authority from time to time.

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CONTENTS
CHAPTER
PARTICULARS
NO.
1 INTRODUCTION
2 CALENDER OF EVENTS
3 UGCET-2019 TIME TABLE
4 KANNADA LANGUAGE TEST
5 PRACTICAL TEST FOR AGRICULTURIST QUOTA
6 NATA / JEE-PAPER-2 – ADMISSION TO ARCHITECTURE
7 ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY AS PER RULE 3 OF CET-2006 ADMISSION RULES
8 GENERAL ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS AS PER RULE 5 OF CET-2006 ADMISSION RULES
9 MORE ABOUT THE WRITTEN TEST – METHOD OF CET
10 DETERMINATION OF MERIT / RANK AS PER RULE 4 OF CET-2006 ADMISSION RULES
11 HOW TO FILL ONLINE APPLICATION FORM - NOTE ON ONLINE APPLICATION FORM
RESERVATION OF SEATS IN FAVOUR OF CERTAIN CATEGORIES AS PER RULE 9 OF
12
CET-2006 ADMISSION RULES
SPECIAL CATEGORY RESERVATION OF SEATS IN FAVOUR OF CERTAIN CATEGORIES AS
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PER RULE 9 OF CET-2006 ADMISSION RULES
14 DIFFERENT TYPE OF FORMATS
15 LIST OF PLACES WHICH DO NOT COME UNDER THE PURVIEW OF RURAL AREAS
16 FEE EXEMPTION DETAILS
17 DISCLAIMER
18 NOTE ON NOT ELIGIBLE CLAUSE – PREVIOUS YEAR SEAT ALLOTTED CANDIDATES
19 SUBMISSION OF STUDY OR ANY RESERVATION CERTIFICATES
20 LOAN SCHEMES

WHAT IS NEW THIS YEAR?


• The Government in its Order No. »AªÀPÀ 304 ©¹J 2017 ¨ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, ¢£ÁAPÀ 14-09-2018, has
enhanced the annual income limit from `6.00 Lakhs to `8.0’ Lakhs per annum for claiming
reservation benefit. The candidate and his / her father’s - mother’s who’s Gross Annual
Income is below Rs.8.00 Lakhs are eligible to claim benefit of reservation under 2A, 2B, 3A
and 3B categories.
• Only candidates who have the following credentials shall be eligible for admission to B.Arch.
Course, Qualified through the recognized aptitude test in Architecture (NATA or equivalent) in
2019; Have gone through any of the following curriculum with marks as prescribed below:
• Secured 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and also 50% marks in
aggregate at 10+2 level examination;

• 5% of the seats in each college and in each course will be reserved as Supernumerary Quota
in all Engineering Colleges. This quota is over and above the seat matrix issued by the
Government. The tuition fee prescribed by the Government in that particular college will be
waived off. The candidate has to pay the other fees only. This Supernumerary quota is not
available for Architecture Course. All candidates including General Merit are eligible for
allotment of seats under Supernumerary quota whose annual income of the family from all
the sources is less than Rs.6.00 Lakhs.

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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 The Karnataka Common Entrance Test 2019 is being conducted for the purpose of determining
the eligibility / merit, for admission of Karnataka candidates and the ward/s of Jammu &
Kashmiri migrants to the First year or First semester of full time courses for Government share of
seats in Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Farm Science courses i.e, Bachelor of Veterinary
Science and Animal Husbandry (B.V.Sc. & A.H.) B.Sc. (Hons) Agriculture, B.Sc. (Hons) Sericulture,
B.Sc (Hons) Horticulture, B.Sc (Hons) Forestry, B.Tech. Bio Technology, B.Sc. (Hons) Community
Science, B.Tech (Agri.Engg), B.Tech (Food Technology), B.Tech (Dairy Tech), B.F.Sc (Fisheries),
B.Tech (Food Science &Tech)., B.Sc. (Hons) Agri. Marketing & Co-Op, B. Pharma and Pharma-D
course, in Government / University / Private Aided / Private Un-Aided Professional Educational
Institutions in the State of Karnataka for the academic year 2019-20.
1.2 The candidates who wish to seek admission to Medical or Dental or AYUSH [Ayurveda, Yoga &
Naturopathy, Unani and Homoeopathy] courses must compulsorily qualify in the NEET (National Eligibility
cum Entrance Test) exam conducted by the CBSE Board, New Delhi. The candidates who qualify in the
NEET – 2019 exam will only get the eligibility for admission to Medical or Dental or AYUSH courses
through KEA for Government share of seats.
1.3 For admission to Architecture course candidate should compulsorily appear for NATA conducted by the
Council of Architecture or for JEE Paper-2 examination. Visit www.nata.in and www.nata.nic.in.
1.4 Admission to Government seats shall be made in accordance with the Karnataka Selection of Candidates
for Admission to Government Seats in Professional Educational Institutions Rules, 2006 (in short CET-2006
Admission Rules) as amended from time to time and therefore the details and instructions contained in
this Information Booklet are subject to the said Rules and Government orders. In case of any discrepancy,
the Rules shall prevail.
1.5 As per the seat matrix issued by the Government, the seat allotment to the above mentioned courses will
be done ONLINE by obtaining OPTIONS from the eligible candidates in the order of merit / rank obtained
in 2019 CET / NEET / NATA as applicable, and based on the options given by the candidates.
1.6 Verification of documents will be done in the notified helpline centres across the state after declaration of
results / publication of merit list. Only upon verification of documents and issue of verification slip,
candidate will be allowed to enter the options. Candidates can enter any number of options of their
choice on their own arrangement. The candidate also has a provision to take a print out in each round.
Every candidate shall be given high security user ID and Secret Key which the candidate then has to login
and change it to password as per his / her choice.
1.7 Candidates are advised to verify and confirm that they are fulfilling any one of the Eligibility Clauses before
applying for admission to Government seats in Professional Colleges in the state of Karnataka for the year
2019. For any reason the fee paid by the candidates will not be refunded.
1.8 The SC / ST/Category-I / 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B and other eligibility criteria is applicable to Karnataka
candidates who are eligible to claim eligibility for Government seats under clauses (a), (b), (f), (h),
(j), (k) (l) and (o) and the same is not applicable to eligibility clauses (c), (d), (e), (g), (i), (m) and
(n) to claim Government Seats and Government quota seats as per proviso of rule 9 (2) of CET-2006
Admission Rules.
1.9 Reservation of seats in certain categories such as Rural, Kannada etc and in Special Categories
such as NCC, Sports etc is applicable only to Karnataka candidates who are eligible for
Government seats and Government Quota seats.
1.10 The information furnished by the candidate in the CET-2019 online application form with
regard to Caste / Category and Annual Income remains the same for the purpose of
assignment of ranks / selection or allotment of a seat and no change will be entertained in
future for any reason.

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2. CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR CET- 2019
Sl.
EVENTS Date
No.
01 Publication of Notification in the Newspapers / KEA Website 01-02-2019
02 Hosting of Information Bulletin on the KEA Website 01-02-2019 after 11.00 am
From 11.00 am on
03 Filling of Application Online for CET-2019 01-02-2019 to
28-02-2019 up to 5.30 pm
06-03-2019
04 Last date to pay the application fees in the bank / e-post office
(during banking hours)
Provision for corrections, if any (The candidates can change / modify From 11.00 am on 19-03-2019
05 the information furnished in the online application as per their to
eligibility) only for paid candidates 25-03-2019 up to 5.30 pm
From 11.00 a.m. on
06 Date of downloading of Admission Tickets by all the eligible Applicants
16-04-2019
23-04-2019 and
07 DATE OF COMMON ENTRANCE TEST – 2019
24-04-2019
Date of Kannada language Test: (ONLY for Horanadu & Gadinadu
08 25-04-2019
Kannadiga candidates)
13-05-2019 to 15-05-2019
Verification of Documents for Agriculturist quota at the respective
09 (Except General Holidays)
Practical Test Centres (from 9.00 am to 3.30 pm)
9.00 am to 3.30 pm
Date of Practical Examination for UG course applicants for Agriculture /
18-05-2019
10 Horticulture / Veterinary Universities under “Agriculturist Quota”
9.00 am onwards
(From 9.00 am onwards)

Schedule for submission of Special Category Certificates


NAME OF THE SPECIAL CATEGORY DATE FOR SUBMISSION Timings
CAPF / CRPF / CISF / BSF / ITBP 03-05-2019
Ex-Defence, Ex-CAPF 04-05-2019
Defence 06-05-2019 and 08-05-2019
N.C.C. 09-05-2019 and 10-05-2019 10.30 am to 5.30 pm
Sports / Anglo-Indian 10-05-2019 and 11-05-2019

Scouts and Guides 11-05-2019

NOTE:
1. The candidates claiming eligibility under NCC and SPORTS should also produce the study certificate
appended to this brochure issued by the head of the educational institution for having studied and
passed qualifying examination in the State of Karnataka, when they come for submission of
documents.
2. Candidates claiming the benefit under various Special categories should produce the relevant original Special
category certificates along with TWO sets of photocopies COMPULSORILY as per the above schedule, to KEA IN
PERSON ONLY DURING OFFICE HOURS. They should also produce three photocopies of their 'CET 2019'
Admission Ticket. Candidates should not send their original special category documents / certificates through
Post OR any other private arrangement.

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3. UGCET-2019 TIME TABLE - MODE OF CONDUCTING THE TEST
In order to obtain admission to any of the professional courses through KEA, a candidate must
appear for the Common Entrance Test as per their choice of courses, which will be conducted by the
Karnataka Examinations Authority, Bangalore (Herein after referred to as KEA). The Common
Entrance Test-2019 will be conducted at 54 places, spread over Karnataka. Candidates who have
passed or are appearing for Qualifying Examination within Karnataka should write 'CET-2019' in a
test centre assigned by the KEA within the district in which the candidate has studied 2nd PUC or
12th standard.

COMMON ENTRANCE TEST - 2019 TIME TABLE


Date Day Timings Subject Marks
10.30 am – 11.50 am Biology 60
23-04-2019 Tuesday
02.30 pm – 03.50 pm Mathematics 60

10.30 am – 11.50 am Physics 60


24-04-2019 Wednesday
02.30 pm – 03.50 pm Chemistry 60

4. KANNADA LANGUAGE TEST – ONLY IN BANGALORE


BOTH FOR HORANADU AND GADINADU KANNADIGA
25-04-2019 Thursday 11.30 am to 12.30 pm
CANDIDATES

• KANNADA LANGUAGE TEST: The candidates claiming eligibility for Government seats under Horanadu &
Gadinadu Kannadiga clauses and whose mother tongue is Kannada, Tulu or Kodava, will have to undergo a
Kannada language test, to establish their ability to speak, read and write Kannada. The Kannada Language test
will be conducted by KEA as per the above schedule only in Bangalore Centres; therefore such candidates will
have to appear for the 'Common Entrance Test - 2019' in a test centre located at BANGALORE Only. The
relevant photocopy of the original documents of the parents in support of their claim such as marks cards,
study certificates, etc., along with the CET admission ticket should be produced on the day of Kannada
Language Test.
• The minimum passing marks for all Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates shall be 12 out of 50 marks
in Kannada Language Examination conducted by KEA in order to be considered for assignment of ranks and to
th
become eligible for allotment of seats in CET-2019. (The Kannada Language Test paper will be of 4 Standard
Level)
• However, the Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates who have studied TEN full academic years in
Kannada Medium from 1st standard to 10th standard in places outside the state of Karnataka need not appear
for Kannada Language Test conducted by KEA.
5. PRACTICAL TEST FOR AGRICULTURIST QUOTA

# Agriculturist Quota - Practical test and Verification of documents Time Table


13-05-2019 to 15-05-2019 Verification of Documents for Agriculturist at the
(Except General Holidays) 9.00 am to 3.30 pm respective Practical Test Centres

Date Day Timings Subject Marks


9.00 am PRACTICAL Test on “Identification of Agriculture Related
18-05-2019 Saturday 200
onwards Specimens” TO CLAIM SEAT UNDER AGRICULTURIST QUOTA*

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# Minimum of 50% marks in Practical Examination is required to claim seat under Agriculturist Quota. Further,
Agriculturist Quota is applicable only for Under Graduate courses detailed in 5 and 6 below. Practical
Examination will be conducted at Bangalore, Hassan, Mandya, Raichur, Mysore, Munirabad (Koppal District),
Arabhavai (Gokak Tq) Tamaka (Kolar District), Mangalore, Bidar, Bagalkot, Dharwad, Vijayapura, Hiriyur
(Chitradurga) and Shimoga by concerned Agricultural / Veterinary Unviersities.
Practical Test Fees: Rs.500/- for General and OBC (Rs.250/- for SC, ST and Category -1), this fee amount shall
be paid at the respective Practical Test Centre on the day of verification of documents in the form of Demand
Draft drawn in favour of Comptroller of the respective University.
In the case of Agriculturist Quota, the merit list will be prepared based on 25% marks each, secured in
concerned combinations in II year PUC (PCMB) & CET and 50% marks secured in the Practical Test. In case of
B.V.Sc & AH merit will be prepared based on 50% of Marks secured in CET (Physics, Chemistry and Biology)
and 50% of marks scored in the practical test.

ASSIGNMENT OF EXAMINATION CENTERS


 The examination center for writing ‘CET 2019’ in respect of all the candidates will be assigned by the
KEA Computers on random basis. The candidates who have passed or are appearing for Q. E. within
Karnataka should write the ‘CET 2019’ in a place within the district in which they have studied 2nd
PUC or 12th standard. If the ‘CET 2019’ examination centers are located in more than one place in a
district, the candidate can choose any one of the places.
 For example: If the candidate has studied his / her 2nd PUC / 12th standard in ‘Mysore or any place in
the Mysore district’, then he / she has to write CET only in ‘MYSORE’. If he / she has studied in
‘Bellary Dist’, then he / she can write CET either in ‘HOSPET’ or in ‘BELLARY’.
 The Horanadu & Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates claiming eligibility under clauses ‘c’ and ‘d’ of
Item – 6 of Chapter – I respectively, will have to undergo a Kannada language test, which will be
held on 25-04-2019 from 11.30 am to 12.30 pm simultaneously for both Horanadu and Gadinadu
Kannadiga candidates in Bangalore. Therefore, the Horanadu & Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates
will have to appear for the CET–2019 in an examination centre located at BANGALORE only.

6. NATA / JEE PAPER-2 FOR ADMISSION TO ARCHITECTURE


For admission to Architecture course candidate should compulsorily qualify in NATA (National
Aptitude Test in Architecture) conducted by the Council of Architecture or JEE Paper-2
examination. (Visit www.nata.in for more details.)

7. ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY AS PER RULE 3 OF CET-2006 ADMISSION RULES – WHO CAN


APPLY?

(i) No candidate shall be eligible for admission to Government Seats unless he is a citizen of
India.
(ii) The candidates who have passed the qualifying examination other than the universities
listed in the notification at VTU Website are NOT eligible and candidates who have passed
from Karnataka State Open University are also NOT eligible.
(iii) A candidate who is appearing in the qualifying examination, i.e., 2nd PUC / 12th Standard in
2019 whose result is awaited, may apply and appear for Common Entrance Test 2019 but
he/she shall not be eligible for admission to any of the course specified in 1 above, if he/she
does not pass the qualifying examination with the required pass percentage of marks.

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(iv) The educational qualifications / eligibility criteria prescribed by the Competent Authority in
regulations / guidelines issued from time to time will be applicable in deciding the eligibility.
(v) Eligibility / admissions / allotments made to and by the colleges shall be subject to approval
by MCI / DCI / AICTE / COA / CCIM / Government / concerned University / Apex Bodies / etc.

NOTE:
• Candidates who do not pass in all the subjects in the qualifying examination and candidates who do
not possess the academic eligibility detailed above for various Professional Courses, will not be
eligible to be considered for allotment of seats in the respective courses.
• A candidate who passes in all the subjects in the qualifying examination and later withdraws one or
more subject for reappearing in the qualifying examination for improving his performance will also
not be considered for allotment of seats in the regular round and will be treated as a supplementary
candidate.
• The SC / ST/Category-I / OBC eligibility criteria is applicable to candidates who are claiming eligibility
for Government seats under clauses (a), (b), (f), (h), (j), (k) (l) and (o) and the same is not applicable to
clauses (c), (d), (e), (g), (i), (m) and (n) of Item - 6 i.e., Eligibility Clauses to claim Government Seats as
per proviso of rule 9 (2) of CET-2006 Admission Rules.
• Not only a candidate who has passed the qualifying examination with requisite marks but also a
candidate who is appearing for the Q.E. and expecting the results is eligible to apply for the Common
Entrance Test – 2019.
• Students appearing for Karnataka 2nd PUC Annual 2019 need not submit their Q. E. marks card to the
KEA, as it will be obtained directly from the Department of PUE. However, all other students who
have passed 12th standard examination such as CBSE, CISCE, 10+2, from other boards (including J &
K) before 2019 and who are appearing for 2019 annual exam must COMPULSORILY send a photocopy
of their 12th standard marks card by mentioning their CET Number to KEA. Repeater students of
Karnataka 2nd PU also should submit their photocopy of the marks card on or before 10-05-2019.
Otherwise, the results of such candidates will be withheld for want of Q. E. Marks. Intermediary ranks
/ Spot ranks will be assigned in respect of with-held candidates only after submission of photocopy of
the Q. E. marks card.

Academic Eligibility for various Professional Courses


Sl. For Admission to 1st Criteria for Determination
Eligibility, In Qualifying Examination, candidate should have
No. Year of Merit / Rank

The norms prescribed in


NATA / JEE Paper-2;
Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam with 50% marks in
Admission Rules; relevant
Architecture course Physics, Chemistry and also 50% marks in aggregate at 2nd PUC /
1 Government orders is
(B.Arch) 12th Std / Equivalent Exam in all the subjects. (45% for SC, ST, Cat-
applicable in determining
1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates)
the merit for admission to
Architecture course.

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Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent Exam with English as By taking marks in equal
Engineering / one of the Languages and obtained a Minimum of 45% of Marks in proportions in QE and
2 Technology courses aggregate in Physics and Mathematics along with Chemistry / Bio- CET in PCM subjects. (No
(B.E. / B.Tech) Technology / Biology / Electronics / Computer. (40% for SC, ST, Minimum Marks
Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates) prescribed in CET)

Farm Science courses


means, By taking marks in equal
B.Sc. (Hons) Agriculture, proportions in QE and
Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std / Equivalent exam with Physics,
B.Sc. (Hons) Sericulture, CET in PCMB subjects.
Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology as optional subjects.
B.Sc (Hons) Horticulture, (No Minimum Marks
B.Sc (Hons) Forestry, prescribed in CET)
B. Tech. Bio Technology,
3 B.Sc.(Hons) Community
Science, B.Tech a. In the case of Agriculturist Quota, the merit list will be prepared based on 25% marks each,
(Agri.Engg), B.Tech secured in concerned combinations in II year PUC (PCMB) & CET and 50% marks secured in
(Food Techno), B.Tech the Practical Test. In case of B.V.Sc & AH merit will be prepared based on 50% of Marks
(Dairy Tech), B.F.Sc
secured in CET (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) and 50% of marks scored in the practical
(Fisheries), B.Tech (Food
Science &Tech)., B.Sc. test.
(Hons) Agri. Marketing & b. Minimum of 50% marks in Practical Examination is required to claim seat under Agriculturist
Co-Op. Quota. Further, Agriculturist Quota is applicable only for courses detailed in Sl. No. 3 and 4.

Bachelor of
Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std. and obtained an aggregate Only on the basis of
Veterinary Science
minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English marks obtained in PCB in
4 and Animal
subjects. (40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category CET. (No Minimum Marks
Husbandry
candidates) prescribed in CET.)
(B.V.Sc. & A.H.)

Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std with Physics, Chemistry and Biology
or Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and obtained a Minimum
Only on the basis of
of 45% of Marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology
marks obtained in PCM or
subjects. (40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category
PCB Subjects (whichever
5 B-Pharma candidates) OR
is higher) in CET. (No
Passed in Diploma in Pharmacy Examination from an institution
Minimum Marks
approved by the Pharmacy Council of India Under Section 12 of
prescribed in CET.)
the Pharmacy Act and has secured minimum of 45% marks. (40%
for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates)
Only on the basis of
Passed in Diploma in Pharmacy Examination from an institution marks obtained in PCM or
approved by the Pharmacy Council of India Under Section 12 of PCB Subjects (whichever
6 2nd Year B. Pharma
the Pharmacy Act and has secured minimum of 45% marks. (40% is higher) in CET. (No
for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category candidates) Minimum Marks
prescribed in CET.)

Only on the basis of


Passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std with Physics, Chemistry and Biology
marks obtained in PCM or
or Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. OR
PCB Subjects (whichever
7 Pharma-D Passed in Diploma in Pharmacy Examination from an institution
is higher) in CET. (No
approved by the Pharmacy Council of India Under Section 12 of
Minimum Marks
the Pharmacy Act.
prescribed in CET)

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a) For Engineering / Technology courses: A candidate who has passed the Q. E. with Physics
and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry / Bio-Technology / Biology /
Electronics / Computer Science as optional subjects with English as one of the languages of
study and obtained an aggregate minimum of 45% marks in the optional subjects in the Q.
E. is eligible for Engineering / Technology courses. 40% of marks in Q. E. in case of SC, ST,
Category-I and OBC (2A, 2B, 3A and 3B) Category candidates. Provided that, the marks
obtained by the candidate in Bio-Technology / Biology / Electronics / Computer Science in
the Q. E., will be considered in place of Chemistry, in case the marks obtained in Chemistry
is less for required aggregate percentage, only for the purpose of determination of eligibility
and not for the purpose of determination of rank, in respect of Engineering / Technology
courses.
Based on the performance of the candidates in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects
in both Common Entrance Test and the Qualifying Examination by taking the marks in equal
proportions, the Engineering rank list will be prepared and published.

b) For admission to Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Forestry, Sericulture, Agriculture Biotech,


Horticulture and Bachelor of Home Science courses, Bachelor of Technology in Food Technology,
Dairy Technology, Food Science and Technology, Bachelor of Fishery Science, and Bachelor of
Science in Agriculture Marketing and Co-operation, Bachelor of Technology in Agriculture
Engineering courses, candidates who have passed the Q. E. with Physics, Chemistry,
Mathematics and Biology as optional subjects are eligible.
Based on the performance of the candidates in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and
Biology subjects in both Common Entrance Test and the Qualifying Examination by taking the
marks in equal proportions, common rank list will be prepared and published for the above
courses.

c) For admission to Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry course candidates who
have obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English
subjects in Qualifying Examination are eligible. (40% for SC, ST, Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B
category candidates)
Based on the performance of the candidates in Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects in
the Common Entrance Test, the B.V.Sc & A.H. rank list will be prepared and published for
admission to B.V.Sc. & A.H. courses.

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d) For admission to B-Pharma candidates should have passed 2nd PUC / 12thStd in Physics,
Chemistry, Biology / Physics Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM /PCB) with minimum 45% marks in
aggregate for GM candidates, 40% for SC/ST, Category-I and OBC or passed Diploma in Pharmacy
examination from an Institution approved by the Pharmacy council of India under section 12of the
Pharmacy act and has secured a minimum of 45% of marks for GM candidates (40% for SC/ST,
Category-I and OBC (2A, 2B, 3A and 3B)candidates).
Merit will be determined on the basis of performance of the candidates in Physics, Chemistry
and Biology subjects or Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects i.e., PCB or PCM marks
whichever is highest in Common Entrance Test 2019. Common rank list will be prepared and
published separately for admission to B-Pharma.
Candidates who have passed Diploma in Pharmacy course seeking admission to B-Pharma
should compulsorily submit their photocopy of D-Pharma (final year) Marks card on which CET
number boldly written to KEA on or before 10.05.2019. Failing which Rank will not be assigned to the
candidate.

e) For admission to Pharma-D : Candidates should have passed in 2nd PUC / 12th Std with Physics,
Chemistry and Biology or Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or passed in Diploma in Pharmacy
examination from an Institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India under Section 12 of the
Pharmacy Act.
Merit will be determined on the basis of performance of the candidates in Physics, Chemistry
and Biology subjects or Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects i.e., PCB or PCM marks whichever
is highest in the Common Entrance Test 2019. Common rank list will be prepared and published
separately for admission to Pharma-D.

Candidates who have passed Diploma in Pharmacy course seeking admission to Pharma-D
should compulsorily submit their photocopy of D-Pharma (final year) Marks card on which CET
number boldly written to KEA on or before 10.05.2019. Failing which Rank will not be assigned to the
candidate.
Candidates who have passed Diploma in Pharmacy course seeking admission to 2nd year
B-Pharma (Lateral Entry) should compulsorily submit their photocopy of D-Pharma (final year) Marks
card on which CET number boldly written to KEA on or before 10-05-2019. Failing which Rank will
not be assigned to the candidate.

IMPORTANT: IF the qualifying marks change due to any reason after verification of
documents or allotment of a seat, and candidate becomes ineligible due to change of
qualifying marks, it is the responsibility of candidate to inform KEA authority for withdrawal of
rank or cancellation of rank or for cancellation of a seat allotted if any. Neither KEA nor
Government will take the responsibility if the candidature or seat is rejected by any
University / Competent Authority due to non-eligibility for a particular course in the future.
Further, the seat allotment made by KEA shall be subject to approval by the concerned
University / Competent Authority.

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8. GENERAL ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS AS PER RULE 5 OF CET-2006 ADMISSION
RULES (ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS / CLAUSES TO CLAIM FOR GOVERNMENT SEATS)

NOTE:
(i) No candidate shall be eligible for admission to Government Seats unless he is a citizen of
India and satisfies any one of the following conditions:-
(ii) 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.
(iii) 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.
(iv) Other than the certificate mentioned in clauses, if a candidate claiming seat under Article 371
(j) Hyderabad-Karnataka region reservation, candidate should produce eligibility certificate
from the concerned Assistant Commissioner in Annexure-A as per the format.

ELIGIBILITY CLAUSES CODES


The candidate should have studied and passed in one or more Government or Government recognised
educational institutions located in the State of Karnataka for a minimum period of SEVEN academic years
commencing from 1st standard to 2nd PUC / 12th standard as on 1st July of the year in which the Entrance Test
is held and must have appeared and passed either SSLC / 10th standard or 2nd PUC / 12th standard examination
from Karnataka State. In case of the candidate who had taken more than one year to pass a class or standard,
the years of academic study is counted as one year only.

Documents to be produced:
a
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card,
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate,
3) Candidate’s Study Certificate;
4) If claiming Rural quota: - Rural Study Certificate from 1st to 10th std for Ten Complete Years.
5) If claiming Kannada Medium quota: Kannada Medium Study Certificate from 1st to 10th std for Ten
Complete Years;.
6) If claiming reservation benefits: Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar- For SC
/ ST in Form-D, Category-I in form E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form F.

The candidate should have studied and passed either 1st and 2nd year Pre-University Examination or 11th and
12th standard examination within the State of Karnataka from an Educational Institution run or recognized by
the State Government and that either of the parents should have studied in Karnataka for a minimum period of
SEVEN years.

Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card,
b
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate;
3) If claiming reservation benefits:- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Tahsildar- For SC / ST in
Form-D, Category-I in Form-E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form-F., along with –
4) (a) a study certificate for either of the parent having studied for at least 7 years in Karnataka from the
Head of the educational institution where he / she had studied.
(b) the candidate’s study certificate for having studied both 1st & 2nd PUC or 11th & 12th standard in
Karnataka issued by the head of the educational institution.

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The candidate and either of the parent’s mother tongue should be Kannada, Tulu or Kodava and either of parent
was domiciled in the state of Karnataka, such candidate should have passed the qualifying examination from a
University or Board or any other Institution located outside Karnataka and should be residing outside the State
of Karnataka as on 1st May of 2019. Provided that the candidate shall undergo a Kannada Language test
conducted by KEA.
Documents to be produced :
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with –
3) a domicile certificate issued by the concerned Revenue or Municipal Authorities certifying that the
candidate and his either of parent have resided outside the state of Karnataka as on 01-05-2019. The c
place of the Issuing authority should correspond to the place of domicile of the candidate / father /
mother.
4) a domicile certificate issued by concerned Revenue Authorities of the state of Karnataka regarding the
previous domicile of the father / mother of the candidate as a place in the state of Karnataka. The place
of the Issuing authority should correspond to the place of domicile of the father / mother.
5) Candidate’s Study certificate, Transfer Certificate.
6) Father / Mother 10th standard marks card / cumulative record in original in support of mother tongue
as Kannada / Tulu / Kodava.
7) A duly sworn declaration regarding mother tongue of the candidates.

A candidate whose mother tongue is Kannada, Tulu or Kodava should have resided and studied for a
period of SEVEN YEARS between 1st and 12th standards in disputed Kannada speaking area of South
Sholapur or Akkalkot or Jath or Gadhinglaj Taluks of Maharashtra State or Kasargod or Hosadurga or
Manjeshwar Taluks of Kerala State. Provided that the candidate shall undergo a Kannada Language test
conducted by KEA.

Documents to be produced :
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card and 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along
with –
d
2) Residential certificate from the concerned Tahsildar of the respective disputed Taluk.
3) Candidate’s study certificate issued by the head of institution, which should be countersigned by
Taluk Education Officer.
4) A duly sworn declaration regarding mother tongue of the candidate.
NOTE: The candidates claiming eligibility under Clauses ‘c’ and ‘d’ above, should invariably speak, read and
write Kannada and must secure a minimum of 12 marks in Kannada Language Test to be conducted by KEA
on 25-04-2019. Otherwise, they will not be assigned ranks.

In the case of a candidate who is son or daughter of defence personnel who has worked continuously in
Karnataka for a minimum period of one year in Karnataka during the Two year period of study of
candidates in PUC / 11th and 12th Standard course. The candidate should have studied and passed the
qualifying examination from any Government or Government recognised educational institution located in
the State of Karnataka.
Documents to be produced :
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card e
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with –
3) The candidate’s study certificate for having studied 2nd PUC or equivalent examination in
Karnataka issued by the head of the educational institution.
4) Employment certificate of the parent issued by the Controlling Office where the parent is working
indicating the period during which he has worked in the State of Karnataka i.e., from the reporting
date to till date.

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Son or daughter of serving Defence personnel from Karnataka who at the time of joining the Defence
service had declared his / her hometown a place in the State of Karnataka. Proof of such domicile should
be obtained and produced by obtaining the extract from the AG’s branch (Army Hqs) respective branch of
integrated HQ of MoD for Officers and respective Record Offices for JCOs / OR. Further, the candidate
should have passed the Q. E. from a University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.
Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card f
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate;
3) If claiming reservation benefits:- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar
as per the prescribed format given in the brochure along with
4) Parent’s home town declaration certificate while joining the service issued by respective branch
of integrated HQ of MoD for Officers and respective Record Offices for JCOs / OR.

In the case of a candidate who is a son or daughter of a defence personnel who had served in Karnataka
for at least one year and is posted on duty in Field / Active Service and whose family is permitted by
Defence Authorities to continue to stay in Karnataka. Such candidate should have studied and passed the g
qualifying examination from any Government or Government recognised educational institution located in
Karnataka.
Documents to be produced :
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with –
3) The candidate’s study certificate for having studied 2nd PUC or equivalent examination in
Karnataka issued by the head of the educational institution.
4) Service certificate of the parent issued by the Controlling Office indicating the period during which
the parent has worked in Karnataka and a certificate showing the present place of posting,
indicating that his family is permitted to stay in Karnataka. The present working place of the
parent should be indicated in NAME and not by CODE NUMBERS.

Son or daughter of an ex-servicemen who at the time of joining the defence service had declared a place in
Karnataka as his home town, proof of such domicile should be obtained and produced from the “Deputy
Director, Department of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement” of that District and the same should
countersigned by the Director Department of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement. Further, the candidate
should have passed the Q. E. from a University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.
Documents to be produced :
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card h
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate;
3) If claiming reservation benefits :- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar-
For SC / ST in Form-D, Category-I in Form-E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form-F
4) Parent’s home town declaration certificate while joining the service issued by the Joint Director /
Deputy Director of the concerned district and countersigned by the Director, Department of Sainik
Welfare and Resettlement, Bangalore.

In the case of a candidate being a son or daughter of an employee of the Union Government or an
employee of the Union or Karnataka State Government Undertaking or Joint Sector Undertaking, who is
liable to be transferred anywhere in India as per the terms and conditions of his employment and has
worked in Karnataka for a minimum period of one year in Karnataka during the Two year period of study of i
candidates in PUC / 11th and 12th Standard course. and such candidate has studied and passed the
qualifying examination from any Government or Government recognised educational institution located in
the State of Karnataka

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Documents to be produced :
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with
3) The candidate’s study certificate for having studied 2nd PUC or equivalent examination in
Karnataka issued by the head of the educational institution.
4) A certificate from the employer indicating the parent’s period of employment in the State of
Karnataka and also showing that he is transferable anywhere in India.
5) A certificate from employer indicating parent as an employee of Union Government or an
employee of the Union or Karnataka State Government Undertaking or Joint Sector Undertaking.

Son or daughter of a working or retired employee of the Union Government or employee of Union or
Karnataka State Government undertaking or Joint Sector undertaking where such employee; (a) had
declared to the employer at the time of joining service any place in Karnataka to be his home town; and (b)
had studied in any Government or Government recognised educational institution or institutions located in
Karnataka for a minimum period of seven years; and was or is liable to be transferred anywhere in India as
per the terms and conditions of his employment. Further, the candidate should have passed the Q. E. from
a University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.

Documents to be produced : j
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate;
3) If claiming reservation benefits:- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar-
For SC / ST in Form-D, Category-I in Form-E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form-F Along with – (1) a
study certificate of the parent employee for having studied for at least 7 years in the State of
Karnataka from the Head of the educational institution where he / she had studied. (2) home
town declaration certificate of the parent employee while joining the service and showing that he
is transferable anywhere in India issued by the employer.

Son or daughter of Members of Parliament elected from Karnataka. Further, the candidate should have
passed the Q. E. from a University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.
Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate; k
3) If claiming reservation benefits :- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar-
For SC / ST in Form-D, Category-I in form-E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form-F.
4) Certificate showing that the parent is / was a Member of Parliament elected from Karnataka
issued by the Parliament Secretariat.

Son or daughter of serving or retired employee:(a) belonging to All India Service of Karnataka cadre; and
(b) of the Karnataka State Government, who has served or is serving outside the State of Karnataka during
the period corresponding to Candidate’s study outside the State from 1st standard to 2nd PUC or 12th
standard examination can be added to make up the seven years study within Karnataka as required under
clause (a) above.
Documents to be produced :
l
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate ;
3) If claiming reservation benefits :- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar-
For SC / ST in Form-D, Category-I in Form-E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form-F, along with –

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4) Certificate from the Principal Secretary / Deputy Secretary / Under Secretary, DPAR, Government
of Karnataka, Bangalore where the parent belongs to All India Service of Karnataka cadre stating
that the parent is a member of such All India Cadre. The certificate should also indicate the period
during which he has served or is serving outside the state of Karnataka and if the parent is a State
Government Employee, a certificate from the concerned Head of the Department or the Head of
the Office where such parent is employed should be produced in this regard.

Son or daughter of Jammu & Kashmiri migrants, proof of such migration (IDENTITY CARD) should be
obtained and produced from the jurisdictional “District Magistrate and Deputy Commissioner” of any state
in India.
Documents to be produced :
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card m
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with
3) A original certificate (IDENTITY CARD) issued by the Jurisdictional District Magistrate and Deputy
Commissioner of any state in India, as the proof of migration. The candidates who are claiming
eligibility under clause ‘m’ are eligible only for the seats earmarked by the Government.

The candidates who have studied TEN full academic years in Kannada Medium from 1st standard to 10th
standard in places outside the state of Karnataka. Such candidates need not appear for Kannada Language
Test conducted by KEA. Provided the candidate should have studied and passed the qualifying examination
from any Government or Government recognised educational institution.
Documents to be produced :
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with – n
3) A domicile certificate issued by the concerned Revenue or Municipal Authorities certifying that
the candidate and his father / mother have resided outside the state of Karnataka as on
01-05-2019. The place of the Issuing authority should correspond to the place of domicile of the
candidate / father / mother.
4) Candidate’s Study certificate, for having studied in Kannada Medium from 1st standard to 10th
standard issued by the head of the institution.

Son / Daughter of working or Retired employee in Central Armed Police Force service, who at the time of
joining the CAPF service (Central Armed Police Force) had declared the hometown as a place in the State of
Karnataka, proof of such domicile having been produced by obtaining the extract from the Record Office of
the CAPF Unit where the Parent’s service record are maintained. Further, the candidate should have
passed the Q. E. from a University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.
Documents to be produced:
o
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate;
3) If claiming reservation benefits:- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar
as per the prescribed format given in the brochure; along with
4) Parent’s home town declaration certificate while joining the service issued by Record Office of the
CAPF unit, where the parents service records are maintained.
NOTE: In case, if any of the documents produced in respect of the Clause claimed by the candidate is found to
be false / incorrect, the seat allotted to the candidate will be cancelled at any stage and the entire fee amount
paid by such candidate will be forfeited.

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9. MORE ABOUT THE WRITTEN TEST – METHOD OF CET

(i). SYLLABUS

The question papers of the Common Entrance Test will be based on the First and Second PUC
syllabi prescribed by the Department of Pre-University Education of Karnataka State.
(ii). DURATION, QUESTION PAPER AND OMR ANSWER SHEETS

The Common Entrance Test will be held on TWO days in FOUR different sessions for four subjects.
On the first day, test will be conducted for Biology and Mathematics subjects in two sessions and on
the next day test will be conducted for Physics and Chemistry subjects in two sessions as per the
date and time notified. Each paper / subject will be conducted for 60 marks each with a duration of 80
minutes.
Each question paper will be of Multiple Choice Questions (Objective) type. The question paper in
each subject will have different versions and each question will have four different options. Each
question will carry ONE mark. The candidate is expected to attempt all the questions, in order to
obtain maximum marks. In other words, there is no choice of questions. THERE WILL BE NO
NEGATIVE EVALUATION WITH REGARD TO WRONG / INCORRECT ANSWERS BUT MARKS
WILL NOT BE AWARDED IN RESPECT OF MULTIPLE ANSWERS for the same question. The
version code of the question paper will be boldly printed on facing sheet of the question paper.
The version code of the question papers given to a student may be different OR may be the same for
different sessions.

(III). OPTICAL MARK READER SHEETS AS ANSWER SHEETS

A model of the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) sheets that will be used for marking the answers by the
candidates is hosted on the KEA Website. The need for the replica has compelled us to design OMR
sheet in such a way that all the information and the answers are marked only on one side. The top
portion of the sheet is meant for furnishing the particulars about the candidates such as the Name,
CET Number, Version code and serial number of the question booklet. The bottom portion is meant
for marking the answers, affixing the signature of the room Invigilator & candidates and also for
affixing the Left Hand Thumb Impression of the candidate. The space meant for the subject would
have been pre-marked. The square blocks in each item should be filled by the candidate in capital
letters and numbers. The circles corresponding to the letters or numbers are meant to be completely
shaded using blue or black ink ballpoint pen only.

iv. SPECIMEN OF THE OMR ANSWER SHEET

A Specimen of the OMR answer sheet will be hosted on the KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in. Please
study the specimen OMR answer sheet hosted on the KEA Website, download and familiarize
yourself. Take four to five photocopies of the specimen OMR sheet and practice on them at home. By
using blue or black ink ballpoint, candidates can practice with the OMR answer sheet with regard to
filling and shading of the required items. By doing so, you will be very accurate in writing and shading
the particulars such as Name, CET Number, Question booklet version code, etc., in the required
manner on the Original OMR answer sheets, during actual conduct of the test.

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More details about precautions to be taken while filling the particulars on OMR answer sheets are
given below:
(i) The OMR answer sheet comprises of two sheets.

(ii) The upper sheet is to be used for the purpose of marking correct answers and later
scanning & evaluation and the lower sheet will be returned to the candidates after
completion of each session of the test. The lower sheet is coated with a special kind
of chemical which acts as a Carbon paper. When the candidate shades the circles on
the upper sheet, the pressure on the lower sheet will automatically create a replica of
the top sheet.

Why Ball Point Pen?


Remember, we are allowing the candidates to carry replica or facsimile of
the OMR answer sheet and the OMR answer paper comes in a set of two sheets.
When you shade the top sheet, the pressure will create a dark mark on the
bottom sheet on the corresponding circle. If a pen with a nib is used, the
pressure on the top sheet will not be sufficient to activate the chemical on
the bottom sheet. On the other hand, a ballpoint pen exerts sufficient
pressure to convert the bottom sheet chemical into a dark spot. That is
why we want you to use a blue / black ink ballpoint pen only.

V. IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHILE WRITING / SHADING TOP PORTION OF


OMR ANSWER SHEET:
(A) INITIAL 10 MINUTES:

In all the four sessions, the initial TEN minutes will be given for the candidates to write / shade the
particulars such as Name, CET Number, Version Code and Serial number of the question booklet on the OMR
answer sheets in the boxes provided. OMR answer sheets in which the candidates do not write / shade the
correct CET Number and Version code on the OMR Answer Sheet will not be scanned and such candidates
will not be assigned any rank. The entries pertaining to ‘Name’, ‘CET Number’ and ‘Question booklet Version
code’ are very crucial ones. Therefore, candidates are advised to take extra precaution while writing and
shading these three items accurately on the top portion of the OMR answer sheet.
The candidates will have to mark correct options on the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) answer sheet, which will
be supplied at the beginning of each session of the test. Each question will have only one correct answer. The
candidate shall mark the correct answer by completely shading only one circle against a question number,
using BLUE or BLACK ink ball point pen.

(B) NEXT 70 MINUTES:

Important precautions to be taken while shading answers on bottom portion of OMR Answer sheet.
After the initial TEN minutes, 70 minutes will be given to a candidate for shading the answers on the bottom
portion of the OMR answer sheet. On the bottom portion, there will be 60 rows corresponding to 60

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questions. Against each question number, four circles will be provided corresponding to four options of the
question paper. The candidates are required to shade only one circle corresponding to the correct answer.
The scanner is so sensitive to black and blue ink shades that even a slight residual ink mark or an unintended
ink dot within a circle on the OMR answer sheet will be taken by it, as filled / shaded, at the time of
scanning. Consequently, the candidate may lose marks. Therefore, please do not make any stray pen marks
on the OMR answer sheets. As the scoring done by the scanner and the computer in tandem is final, a plea for
erasing or neglecting the ink mark on a circle cannot be entertained. Therefore, candidates are advised to take
extra precaution while shading the circles on the bottom portion.

(C) END OF PAPER FOR EACH SESSION:

The candidates are required to COMPULSORILY AFFIX THEIR LEFT HAND THUMB IMPRESSION in the
space provided on the bottom portion of the OMR answer sheet of the upper with the ink-pad provided by the
room Invigilator, after completion of each Session of the Test. However, they need not affix their thumb
impression on the lower sheet i.e., the replica of the OMR answer sheet. Thereafter, the invigilators will detach
the lower sheet from the upper sheet at the perforations and hand over the lower sheet replica to the
candidates and candidates are allowed to carry the same with them. The upper sheet will be retained by the
invigilator for returning the same to the Deputy Chief Superintendent of the examination center and in turn to
KEA.
NOTE: The OMR answer sheets in respect of all the candidates who have affixed their left hand thumb
impression will only be scanned and the results in respect of such candidates will be published. The OMR
answer sheets in respect of candidates who have not affixed their left hand thumb impression, for any reason,
will not be scanned. Also, the results in respect of such candidates will not be published.

THINK BEFORE YOU INK ! CORRECT METHOD OF SHADING

Once you darken a circle, there is no way to erase or Qn. No. Answers
to remove it. That way, your decision about a correct
answer will be final. The invigilator will not permit you I 1 2 4

to use marker, white fluid or any other devise to hide WRONG METHODS OF SHADING
the shading already done and you will not be supplied
with one more set of OMR sheet. If you spoil a sheet I 1 2 4 - Use of Tick mark.
in your attempt to rub off the shading done on a circle, I 1 2 4 - Use of Cross mark.
you may ruin your opportunities. If two circles are
I 1 2 4 - Use of Dot.
shaded in a row and even if one of the circles is
partially rubbed off, the scanner will take it as a I 1 2 4 - Use of Line mark.
multiple attempt. Therefore, think twice before you I 1 2 4 - Partially or half filled circle.
shade a circle with ink. Darken only one circle for
I 1 2 3 4 - Marking outside the circle.
each question as shown against the CORRECT
METHOD. I 2 4 - Marking more than one circle.

The candidates should invariably preserve their ‘CET 2019’ OMR answer sheet replicas of all
the subjects for a minimum period of one year from the date of obtaining the admission order.

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10. DETERMINATION OF MERIT / RANK AS PER RULE 4 OF CET-2006
ADMISSION RULES
(A) DETERMINATION OF MERIT:
The merits of the candidates who appear for the Common Entrance Test–2019 will be
determined are detailed below:

Sl.
Discipline Criteria for Determination of Merit / Rank
No.
On the basis of marks obtained by candidates in Physics,
Engineering / Technology
Chemistry & Mathematics subjects in Common Entrance Test–
1 2019 and the marks obtained by candidates in Physics,
(B.E. / B.Tech)
Chemistry and Mathematics subjects in the Qualifying
Examination, taken in equal proportions.
B.Sc. (Agriculture),
B.Sc. (Forestry),
B.Sc.(Sericulture),
B.Tech. Biotechnology, Based on the performance of the candidates in Physics,
B.Sc.(Horticulture), Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology subjects in both Common
B.Sc., Community Science
B.Tech.(Food Technology), Entrance Test and the Qualifying Examination by taking the
2
B.Tech.(Dairy Technology), marks in equal proportions, common rank list will be prepared
B.F.Sc (Bachelor of Fisheries Science)
B.Tech. (Food Science &Tech.), and published separately for admission to these courses.
B.Sc. (Ag. Marketing and Co-
operation)
and
B. Tech (Agriculture Engineering)
On the basis of performance of the candidates in Physics,
Chemistry and Biology subjects or Physics, Chemistry and
3 B-Pharm Mathematics subjects i.e., PCB or PCM marks whichever is
highest in Common Entrance Test 2019. Common rank list will
be prepared and published separately for admission to B-Pharm.
On the basis of performance of the candidates in Physics,
Chemistry and Biology subjects or Physics, Chemistry and
nd Mathematics subjects i.e., PCB or PCM marks whichever is
4 2 Year B. Pharm
highest in the Common Entrance Test 2019. Common rank list
nd
will be prepared and published separately for admission to 2
Year B-Pharm (Lateral Entry)
On the basis of performance of the candidates in Physics,
Chemistry and Biology subjects or Physics, Chemistry and
Mathematics subjects i.e., PCB or PCM marks whichever is
5 Pharm-D
highest in the Common Entrance Test 2019. Common rank list
will be prepared and published separately for admission to
Pharm-D.

Provided that where the merit of two or more candidates is the same, the interse merit shall be determined
with reference to the marks obtained in the Common Entrance Test in Mathematics in the case of Engineering
/ Technology courses and where the marks obtained in such cases are equal then the interse merit shall be
determined on the basis of the marks obtained in in Physics in the case of Engineering / Technology courses
and where the marks obtained are equal again the interse merit shall be determined on the basis of the marks
obtained in the respective subjects in the Qualifying examination as stipulated above and where marks
obtained are equal again, the interse merit shall be determined on the basis of the age of the candidate,
wherein the elder candidate will be considered before the younger.

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Provided further that where the merit of two or more candidates is same, the interse merit shall be
determined with reference to the marks obtained in NATA, where marks obtained in NATA are equal, then the
interse merit shall be determined on the basis of marks obtained in Mathematics in the qualifying examination
and where marks obtained in Mathematics are equal, the interse merit shall be determined on the basis of the
age of the candidate, wherein the elder candidate will be considered before the younger.
NOTE: If everything as specified in the provisions to sub-clauses referred to above i.e. (A) 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are
equal, then the interse merit will be determined by draw of lots.
The determination of interse merit as detailed above for selection of Government seats will be the basis for
the merit list of candidates claiming benefit of reservation under Admission Rules.

(B) PUBLICATION OF MERIT LISTS:


After the completion of the entrance test, the Provisional ANSWER KEY will be published on the date notified
by KEA on the KEA Website: http://kea.kar.nic.in The candidates / parents / lecturers can file their objections,
if any, addressed to the “Executive Director, Karnataka Examinations Authority, Bangalore” on or before
prescribed date either in person or only through SPEED POST / email: keauthority-ka@nic.in, with regard to
any of the published answer Key, along with all supporting documents / justification. The objections received
by the KEA will be placed before an Expert Committee, whose decision will be final for determination of the
right answer key. The answer key approved by the Expert Committee will be applied during evaluation for
determination of merit order.

As per the merit determined by the KEA, the Medical / Dental, ISM & H, Engineering, Architecture, Farm
Science, B-Pharm and Pharm-D ranks will be assigned to the eligible candidates. Separate result sheets
showing the Medical / Dental, ISM & H, Engineering, Architecture, Farm science, B-Pharm and Pharm-D ranks
will be published on the notified date on KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in. The correct answer key and the
list of candidates whose results have been withheld and the reasons for withholding the results will also be
published along with the results. The candidates whose results are with-held for want of 2nd PUC / 12th std.
Marks and date of birth such candidates / parents need not worry because, ranks will be assigned as and when
they submit the required documents on the specified dates during office hours.
Result sheets will not be displayed in the KEA premises.

Candidates who have any objections in respect of any of the entries or issues or discrepancies in the
result sheets, such as discrepancy / changes in the Q. E. marks, version code, NEET / NATA scores etc.,
except the marks secured in the Common Entrance Test, can submit their objections within three days
from the date of publication of the CET - 2019 result and thereafter result will be published for such
candidates. (See box item given below for details about intermediary ranks / Spot ranks i.e., ranks ending
with G55, G44, G33 etc.)

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NOTE: (1) The candidates are requested to verify their qualifying examination marks printed on the
result sheets without fail, if there is any discrepancy with reference to qualifying examination
marks the same should be brought to the notice of this office immediately for fresh assignment
of ranks, if any.
(2) Candidates whose results will be withheld for want of qualifying examination marks should
submit a photocopy of their Q. E. marks card either in person or through ‘Speed Post’ to the
KEA and the ranks in respect of such candidates will be published subsequently.
(C) Request for re-totaling or revaluation of the OMR answer sheets will not be entertained, as the
valuation and the subsequent scoring will be error free.

What does ‘G 55’ mean?

After the declaration of the results, the candidates may not get ranks assigned mainly for the following reasons :
(1) For want of Q. E. marks, a candidate might have missed the rank. (2) A candidate might have marked the version
code wrongly. (3) Q. E. marks may change due to revaluation or otherwise, when corrected, a fresh ranking
becomes necessary.
The KEA computers are programmed to assign new ranks or fresh ranks to the candidates falling within the above
said categories without disturbing the rank numbers assigned to the candidates whose results were declared
earlier. The computer program is such that it can assign ranks in between two integers without altering the previous
rank numbers. Undoubtedly, you were assigned a rank after the declaration of the results. When a rank was
assigned to you, rank 1234 and 1235 had been assigned to two other candidates. When it came to assigning a rank
to you, the computer found that in the normal course, your rank would have been after the candidate with rank
1234 and before the candidate with rank 1235. Therefore, the computer had to place you between 1234 and 1235.
As already said, the computer is programmed to generate large number of ranks between two integers by dividing
the space alphabetically from A to Z. Then each alphabet is subdivided from 1 to 99. Now, if a new rank is required
to be assigned between two integer ranks, in the first instance, the computer assigns a division number as ‘G 55’
before the previous rank. If one more rank needs to be assigned between the rank 1234 and 1234 G 55, the
computer assigns a rank as 1234 G 44. If one more rank is to be assigned between 1234 G 55 and 1235, then it
assigns a rank as 1234 G 66.

Based on the performance of the candidates in the Common Entrance Test / NATA and the Qualifying
Examination, as the case may be, the merit / rank list will be prepared and published. All the eligible candidates
will be considered for allotment of seats in the order of their merit / rank and based on the options and as per
the seat matrix issued by the Government.

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11. HOW TO FILL ONLINE APPLICATION FORM - NOTE ON ONLINE APPLICATION FORM

KEA does not verify the information provided by the candidates during online application /
registration and hence candidature will be purely provisional subject to fulfillment of eligibility
criteria of MCI / DCI / AICTE / COA / State / Universities / Institutions / Deemed Universities
concerned.

Candidates have to enter the application details through online to become eligible for
admission to Professional Courses through Karnataka Examinations Authority. There is no pen
and paper form. Please note the following.

• Online application is a user friendly application.


• First candidates have to download the blank application and in consultation with parents
confirm the information / details to be entered in the downloaded application form and
familiarise the same by practicing at home.
• Candidates will be provided with all the information required for each entry during filling of
online application.
• Most of the fields will be only a selection from the readily available information; and all the
fields are self explanatory with dropdown menu; the candidates have to select the suitable /
appropriate items from the list.
• The entire online application process is in two phases. In the first phase candidates will fill the
details and can edit the data any number of times and also can take the draft printouts before
selecting the declaration.
• Before commencing the second phase, take a print out and verify all the entries / items, if any
changes are to be carried out candidates can edit / delete / add any information any number
of times.
• In the second phase the candidates have to select the declaration after confirming themselves
that there are no changes to be incorporated or all the entries made by them in the online
application are correct.
• Once the declaration is done there is no provision to change / edit / delete / add any
information to the entries already made by the candidates.
• Candidates are informed to make sure that the entries made before declaration are correct.
• After declaration candidates have select the specified banks from the list and download the
challan for making the payment at the respective bank.
• After completion of all the process the candidates are required to take a final print out of the
online application form for further process at the time of online seat allotment.

Please visit KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in and select the link “How to fill online
application form” for detailed instructions.

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12. RESERVATION OF SEATS IN FAVOUR OF CERTAIN CATEGORIES AS PER RULE 9 OF CET-
2006 ADMISSION RULES

(A) RESERVATION OF SEATS


Reservation is made in favour of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes,
Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes of citizens under categories 1, 2A,
2B, 3A and 3B in accordance with Government Order No. SWL 251 BCA 94 dated
31st January 1995, as amended from time to time.
Production of a “Caste Certificate / Caste Income Certificate” issued by the
concerned Jurisdictional Tahasildar in accordance with the Government order No.
Sa Ka E 225 BCA 2002 dated 30th March 2002 and No. Sa Ka E 104 BCA 2011
dated 06-02-2012 as amended from time to time, in Form ‘D’ in case of
Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes; in Form ‘E’ in case of Category-I; in Form ‘F’
in case of Other Backward Classes like 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in support of the claim is
Reservation for
mandatory for selecting a seat under reserved category. (Annexure-II to this rule
RESERVED
(a) is reproduced for the information of the candidates and parents)
CATEGORY
Provided that candidates belonging to SC, ST & Category - I should
CANDIDATES
produce an Income certificate issued by Jurisdictional Tahasildar in the prescribed
format appended to this brochure. (This is for the purpose of processing eligibility
of candidates to claim Tuition Fee exemption and Government of India
scholarship).
Provided further that only candidates of Karnataka origin and who are claiming
eligibility for Government seats in accordance with the eligibility clause (a), (b),
st
(f), (h), (j), (k), (l) and (o) of Item - 6 of Chapter – I of 1 Brochure shall be eligible
to claim the benefit of reservation under this sub-rule. The candidates claiming
eligibility for Government seats under eligibility clauses (c), (d), (e), (g), (i), (m), (n)
are not eligible to claim the benefit of reservation.
15% of the Government seats will be reserved horizontally in favour of rural
candidates who have studied for 10 full academic years from 1st Standard to 10th
Standard in educational institutions situated in places in the State of Karnataka
other than larger urban area, smaller urban area or transitional area as
mentioned in Karnataka Municipalities Act, 1964 or Karnataka Municipal
Corporations Act, 1976 in accordance with the Government Order No. ED 01 TEC
Reservation for 2002, Bangalore, dated 01-02-2002 and the eligibility criteria shall be as defined
(b) RURAL in the Karnataka Reservation of Appointments of Posts in the Civil services of the
CANDIDATES State for Rural Candidates Act, 2000 (Karnataka Act 1 of 2001). The candidates
whose parents do not come under the creamy layer and the candidates who have
studied TEN full academic years from 1st Standard to 10th Standard in places
other than the places listed in this brochure will be eligible for claiming the
benefit of Rural reservations. However, if the candidates have studied in these
places from 1st to 10th standard before the date of notification as urban area,
such candidates are eligible to claim rural reservation benefit.
5% of the Government seats will be reserved horizontally in favour of the
Reservation for Kannada medium candidates who have studied TEN full academic years in
KANNADA Kannada medium from 1st Standard to 10th Standard, in accordance with the
(c)
MEDIUM Government Order No. ED 118 UEC 2000, Bangalore dated 04-06-2000 and as
CANDIDATES amended vide Government Order No. ED 02 UEC 2002, Bangalore dated 14-10-
2005.
Reservation for Reservation is made in favour of the son / daughter of Jammu & Kashmiri
WARD OF migrants, who satisfy the eligibility condition for Government seats in accordance
(d) JAMMU & with clause (m) of Item – 6 of Chapter – I of e-brochure. One seat each in all the
KASHMIRI Government Medical and Dental Colleges of the state AND One seat each in
Engineering colleges, irrespective of course.
MIGRANTS
Reservation of Reservation as per “The Karnataka Educational Institutions (Regulations of
(e) seats for Admission in the Hyderabad-Karnataka Region) Order, 2013”.
ARTICLE 371 (J)

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HYDERABAD • The part of the State called the Hyderabad-Karnataka Region comprising the
KARNATAKA districts of Bidar, Gulbarga, Yadgir, Raichur, Koppal and Bellary shall be
regarded as the local area.
• 70% of the available seats in every course of study in any regional University
or educational institution located in the places referred above in the local
area shall be reserved in favour of the local persons, in respect of such
University or education institution.
• 8% of the available seats in every course of study provided in a state wide
University or a statewide educational institution be allocated among the local
candidates of the Hyderabad-Karnataka Region.
• The eligible candidates should produce the relevant certificate in ANNEXURE
–A appended to this brochure issued by the concerned Assistant
Commissioner during document verification to become eligible to claim seat
under Hyderabad-Karnataka Reservation (Article 371 (J)) in CET-2019 as per
rules.

The interse merit determined under Rule - 7 (Please see Item - 6) will remain the same for the purpose of
eligibility and benefit of reservation under Item - 7. If any seat reserved in favour of candidates belonging to
any of the categories referred Item - 7 above is not filled up due to non-availability of eligible candidates
belonging to such categories, the reservation to that extent will stand reduced and will be transferred to the
General Merit category after allotment of seats.

13. RESERVATION OF SEATS IN FAVOUR OF SPECIAL CATEGORY CANDIDATES (Subject to Change /


Amendment)
Sl. Name of the
Eligibility Criteria
No. Special Category
(I) Candidates who have participated in Republic Day Camp conducted by the
Director General of NCC, New Delhi from Karnataka or who have scaled Mount
Everest as part of Directorate of General NCC Team and who possess ‘B’
Certificate obtained during the five year period of study in Karnataka between
8th and 12th standards; or
(ii) Candidates who have participated in the following camps conducted by the
Director General of NCC, New Delhi from Karnataka and who possess ‘B’
Certificate obtained during the five-year period of study in Karnataka between
8th and 12th standards namely;
(a) All India Thal Sainik Camp (Boys) - TSC (B);
(b) All India Thal Sainik Camp (Girls) - TSC (G) ;
(c) All India Nau Sainik Camp - NSC;
(d) All India Vayu Sainik Camp – VSC;
(e) Cadets who have been finally selected as a part of DG NCC team to participate in
Reservation for All India Movalankar Shooting Championship at National Level AND Youth
(a)
NCC Exchange Programmes and “Foreign Naval Cruise” or “National Shooting
championship Competition (NSCC) or any other All India Shooting Competition
organized by DG NCC, NCC National Games as part of Karnataka and Goa
Directorate contingent or having been selected by DG NCC to participate in any
Naval Cruise on board India Naval Ships or Coast Guard Ships o having scaled the
Mountaineering peaks (above 5500 meters) other that Mount Everest, as part of
Directorate of General NCC Team” organised by DG, NCC.
(iii) Candidates who have participated in the following camps conducted by the
Director General of NCC, New Delhi from Karnataka and who possess ‘B’
Certificate obtained during the five-year period of study in Karnataka between
8th and 12th standards namely;
(a) All India Thal Sainik Camp (Boys) - TSC (B); (b) All India Thal Sainik Camp (Girls) -
TSC (G) ; (c) All India Nau Sainik Camp - NSC ; (d) All India Vayu Sainik Camp –
VSC; (e) Cadets participate in All India Movalankar Shooting Championship as a
part of KAR and GOA Director Team. AND in complete - Mountaineering

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Expeditions (over 5900 Mtrs), Sailing Expeditions using wind power only (401
KMs), Motor Cycle Expeditions (more than 3500 KMs) and Cycling Expeditions
(more than 1500 KMs), launch camp for Republic Day Camp (RDC), Thal Sainik
Camp (TSC), Nau Sainik Camp (NSC) or Vayu Sainik Camp (VSC) held at the DTE
level or having participated in any of the under mentioned centrally organized
camp of DG NCC organised by DG, NCC / NCC Director of Karnataka & Goa.

(iv) Candidates who have participated in the following camps / courses conducted
by the Director General of NCC, New Delhi from Karnataka and who possess
‘B’ Certificate obtained during the five-year period of study in Karnataka
between 8th and 12th standards namely: (a) NIC ; (b) Trekking ; (c)
Mountaineering ; (d) BLC ; (e) ALC ; (f) RCTC and (g) Army, Navy, Air Force &
Hospital Attachments (h) IMA / OTA, AF Stn, Naval Academy, Indian Naval or
Coast Guard Ship or (i) any other attachment camp based on vacancies issued
by DG, NCC (j) Mountaineering, Para Basic, SSB Screening or any other DG NCC
organized course and adventure camps.
(v) Candidates who possess “B” certificate obtained during the five-year period of
study in Karnataka between 8th and 12th Standards.
Provided that, for selection of a reserved seat under NCC category, candidates shall be
considered in the following order of preference,-

Candidate possessing NCC ‘B’ Certificate and adjudged All India


Best Cadet with Gold/ Silver/ Bronze Medal in Republic Day Camp
Preference 1:
held at New Delhi or having scaled Mount Everest as part of DG
NCC Team.
Candidate possessing NCC ‘B’ Certificate and having been selected
for Youth Exchange Programme (YEP) organised by DG NCC or
Preference 2: having obtained Gold/ Silver/ Bronze Medal in the team events in
Republic Day Camp held at New Delhi.
(added YEP )
Candidate possessing NCC ‘B’ Certificate and having participated in
Preference 3: the Republic Day Camp held at New Delhi as part of the Karnataka
and Goa contingent.
Candidate possessing NCC ‘B’ Certificate and having been awarded
individual medal for All India ‘Best Cadet’ with Gold/ Silver/ Bronze
Medal in All India Nau Sainik Camp, All India Vayu Sainik Camp, All
India Thal Sainik Camp (Boys/ Girls), All India Shooting Camps (GV
Movlankar, National Shooting Championship Competition (NSCC)
Preference 4: or any other All India Shooting Competition organised by DGNCC),
NCC National Games as part of Karnataka and Goa Directorate
contingent or having been selected by DGNCC to participate in any
Naval Cruise on-board India Naval Ships or Coast Guard Ships or
having scaled the Mountaineering Peaks (above 5500 meters)
other than Mount Everest, as part of DG NCC Team.
Candidate possessing NCC ‘B’ Certificate and having obtained
Gold/ Silver/ Bronze Medal in any Team Events in the Camp
mentioned in Preference 4 above or in Sailing Regatta organized by
Preference 5:
DG NCC or having sailed for more than 401 Kms (By using wind
power only) as part of the Dte team.

Candidate possessing NCC ‘B’ Certificate and having attended All


India Thal Sainik Camp (Boys / Girls), All India Nau Sainik Camp, All
India Vayu Sainik Camp, All India Shooting Camps (GV Mavlankar,
Preference 6:
NSCC or any other All India Shooting Camp organised by DGNCC),
NCC National Games as part of Karnataka and Goa Directorate
contingent or in Sailing Regatta organized by DG NCC.

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Candidate possessing NCC ‘B’ Certificate and having participated in
any Adventure Activity like Cycling Expedition (more than 1500
kms), Motor Cycle Expedition (more than 3500 kms) or any other
adventure activity planned and organised at the Dte level or cadets
who participated in the launch Camp for Republic Day Camp (RDC),
Thal Sainik Camp (TSC), Nau Sainik Camp (NSC) or Vayu Sainik
Camp (VSC) held at the Dte level or having participated in any of
the under mentioned Centrally Organised Camp of DGNCC.
*National Integration Camp (NIC)/ Special NIC.
Preference 7:
*All India Trekking Camp.
*Advance Leadership Camp (ALC).
*Rock Climbing Training Camp (RCTC).
*Army/ Navy/ Air Force Attachment Camps including Hospital,
IMA/ OTA, AF Stn, Naval Academy, Indian Naval/ Coast Guard Ship
or any other attachment camp based on vacancies issued by
DGNCC.
*Mountaineering, Para Basic, SSB Screening or any other DG NCC
organised course and adventure camps.
Preference 8: Candidates possessing ONLY ‘B’ Certificate.
Provided that while considering the candidates mentioned in sub-clauses (i) and (ii) above, gold
medal winners will be preferred to silver medalist who in turn will be preferred to bronze
medalist under the respective sub-clauses.
Provided further that the Director of NCC or his authorised nominee shall be present in the KEA
on the appointed days along with the list of eligible NCC candidates in the order of preference i.e.
1 to 7 to assist in the selection of candidates under NCC special category.
Candidates who have represented the country and won medals / cups in SUPER-A Games
appended to this brochure during the five-year period of study in Karnataka between 8th
and 12th standards;
(ii) Candidates who have represented the country and won medals / cups in ‘A – Games’
appended to this brochure during the five-year period of study in Karnataka between
8th and 12th standards;
(iii) Candidates who have won medals / cups in ‘B-Games’ appended to this brochure by
representing Karnataka State and participated in the SUPER-A Games or A-Games
appended to this brochure during the five-year period of study in Karnataka between
8th and 12th standards;
(iv) Candidates who have represented Karnataka State in ‘B-Games’ appended to this
brochure and won medals / cups during the five-year period of study in Karnataka
between 8th and 12th standards;
(v) Candidates who have represented Karnataka State in any sports / games in ‘B-Games’
Reservation for
appended to this brochure during the five-year period of study in Karnataka between
SPORTS :
(b) 8th and 12th standards.
Provided that for selection of a reserved seat in Sports category, the candidates who
belong to sub-clause (i) shall be considered first; candidates who belong to sub-clause (ii)
shall be considered second; candidates who belong to sub-clause (iii) shall be considered
third and candidates who belong to sub-clause (iv) shall be considered fourth before
considering the candidates belonging to sub-clause (v).
Provided further that, while considering the candidates mentioned in sub-clauses (I), (ii),
(iii) and (iv), gold medal winners will be preferred to silver medalist’s who in turn will be
preferred to bronze medalist’s under the respective sub-clauses, irrespective of the number
of medals.
Provided also that the Commissioner for Youth Services and Sports or his authorized
nominee shall be present in the KEA on the appointed days along with the list of eligible
candidates to assist in the selection of candidates under Sports category.
The Commissioner for Youth Services and Sports or his authorized nominee is the final
authority to decide the candidate’s eligibility under Sports category. Further, KEA shall not
be held responsible in this regard.
Achievements made by the NCC / Sports special category candidates in the events / games, till the date of
CET – 2019 will be considered for allotment of seats in the respective categories.

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NOTE: The candidates claiming eligibility under the sub-clauses (a) and (b) above should also produce the study
certificate appended to this brochure issued by the head of the educational institution for having studied
and passed qualifying examination in the State of Karnataka, when they come for submission of
documents.

LIST OF GAMES AND SPORTS EVENTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF RULE 9(1) (B)
i.e., ITEM 9 (1) (b)
SUPER – A GAMES 26. Indian Women’s Hockey Association
1. Olympic Games 27. Yachting Association of India
2. World Championships 28. Indian Triathlon Federation
3. Asian Championships 29. Badminton Association of India
4. Asian Games 30. Amateur Baseball Federation of India
5. Commonwealth Games 31. All India Karate-Do Federation
6. Commonwealth Championships 32. Winter Games Federation of India
A – GAMES 33. Federation of Motor Sports Club of India
1. Afro-Asian Games 34. Bridge Federation of India
2. S. A. F. Games 35. Tenni koit Federation of India
3. International Meets 36. Soft ball Association of India
B – GAMES 37. Aero Club of India
1. National Games 38. Indian Golf Union
2. National Championships 39. All India Sports Council of the Deaf
3. All India Inter Zonal Meets 40. All India Carom Federation
4. National level Tournaments / Championships 41. Tug of War Federation of India
Conducted by School Games Federation of India. 42. Atya Patya Federation of India
5. All India Rural Sports Meets conducted by 43. Billiards & Snooker Federation of India
Sports Authority of India. 44. Indian Olympic Association
6. All India Women Sports Meets conducted by 45. Cycle Polo Federation of India
Sports Authority of India. and 46. Squash Racket Federation of India
National Meets / Championships conducted by 47. Tennis Ball Cricket Federation of India
the following 60 National Sports Federations recognized 48. Indian Polo Association
by Government of India: 49. Ten-Pin bowling Federation of India
1. Archery Federation of India 50. Wushu Association of India
2. Amateur Athletics Federation of India 51. Korf Ball Federation of India
3. Amateur Basketball Federation of India 52. Indian Power Lifting Association
4. Indian Amateur Boxing Federation 53. Sepak Takraw Federation of India
5. Cycling Federation of India 54. Malla Khamb Federation of India
6. Equestrian Federation of India 55. Roller Skating Federation of India
7. All India Football Federation 56. School Games Federation of India
8. Fencing Association of India 57. Shooting Ball Federation of India
9. Gymnastics Federation of India 58. Women’s Cricket Association of India
10. Handball Federation of India 59. All India Chess Federation
11. Indian Hockey Federation 60. Board of Control for Cricket in India
12. Judo Federation of India
13. Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India Note: 1. Other than the Games mentioned under
14. Kho - Kho Federation of India Super 'A' Games, 'A' Games, 'B' Games and the Games
15. Indian Kayaking and Canoeing Association conducted by the above listed 60 Government of India
16. National Rifle Association of India recognised National Sports Federations and the Sports
17. Net ball Federation of India Authority of India, no other Games / Certificates issued
18. Rowing Federation of India by other federations will be considered.
2. The list of federations has been provided by the
19. Swimming Federation of India
Director, Department of Youth Services and Sports vide its
20. Table Tennis Federation of India
letter no. ¹ªÉÊJ¸ïJ¸ï/ QæÃPÀ¥ÀA / 42 / ¸Á¥Àæ¥À / 2009-10
21. All India Lawn Tennis Association
¢£ÁAPÀ: 09-12-2009.
22. Taek-wondo Federation of India
3.The Commissioner for Youth Services and Sports or his
23. Volleyball Federation of India
authorized nominee is the final authority to decide the
24. Indian Weight lifting Federation of India
candidate’s eligibility under Sports category. Further, KEA
25. Wrestling Federation of India
shall not be held responsible in this regard.

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Reservation for Candidates who as “Scouts / Guides”, have received the “President’s Award” during
(c)
SCOUTS & GUIDES : five-year period of study in Karnataka between 8th and 12th standards.
Son or daughter of Defence Personnel falling under Clauses (e), (f) and (g) of Item – 6
of Chapter - I of e- Brochure should obtain the Defence certificates in the prescribed
format appended to this brochure failing which they will not be allowed for
verification of certificates and also for the later allotment of seats under Defence.
Defence personnel for the purpose of these clauses means a person in Defence
Service including Personnel belonging to Civil GT COYS ASC who were Civilian Class ‘III’
or Class ‘IV’ Government servants and ‘Border Roads Organisational Personnel’. (Vide
Notification No. ED 189 TGL 94 Bangalore dated 29-07-1994).

(a) Candidates claiming eligibility under Clause (e) of Item – 6 of Chapter I


of e-brochure should produce the certificate of employment issued by
the Controlling Office in the prescribed format appended to this
brochure where the parent is working, Indicating the period during
which the parent has worked in Karnataka.
Reservation for
(d) (b) Candidates claiming eligibility under Clause (f) of Item – 6 of Chapter I of
DEFENCE:
e-brochure should produce a certificate from the Record Office of the
Defence Unit in the prescribed format appended to this brochure
indicating that the parent had declared a place in Karnataka as his
hometown at the time of joining the service.
(c) Candidates claiming eligibility under Clause (g) of Item – 6 of Chapter I of e-
brochure should produce a certificate from the Controlling Office in the
prescribed format appended to this brochure indicating the period during which
the parent has worked in Karnataka, the present place of posting and also the
fact that his family is permitted to stay in Karnataka.

Provided that 10% of the seats shall be reserved horizontally for allotment to the
children of defence personnel of Karnataka Origin from among the total seats
reserved for defence personals. (Candidates claiming eligibility under Clause (f) of the
st
1 brochure)

Son or daughter of Ex-Servicemen falling under Item – 6(h) of Chapter- I of the


Brochure should obtain a certificate showing the home address of the parent issued
by the Joint Director / Deputy Director of the concerned district and countersigned by
the Director, Department of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement, Bangalore, failing
Reservation for
(e) which they will not be allowed for verification of certificates and also for the later
EX_DEFENCE :
allotment of seats under Ex-Defence.
Ex-Servicemen for the purpose of this clause include personnel belonging to the Civil
GT COYS ASC who were Civilian Class III or Class IV Government Servants, who
became permanently disabled or were killed during hostilities.
The candidates claiming reservation under this category will be required to appear for
Medical examination before a Committee comprising of the Executive Director, KEA
as Chairman and three specialists from the Department of Orthopedics,
Ophthalmology and ENT, nominated by the Government. Candidates with physical
disability ranging above 40% should produce a Medical certificate issued by
competent Doctor of any Government Hospital located in the State of Karnataka in
Reservation for
the field of concerned disability, only on the day of Medical examination. Candidates
(f) PHYSICALLY
suffering from hearing disability should compulsorily obtain and produce a BSER
DISABLED:
(Brain Stem Evoked Response) Audiometry report from All India Institute of Speech
and Hearing, Mysore / NIMHANS, Bangalore / Manipal Hospital / Government Speech
and Hearing Institute, Lingarajapuram, Bangalore. The Medical Board will examine
the candidate and certificate and certify regarding the percentage of disability and
the decision of the Medical Board is final. For the purpose of this proviso, persons
with disability shall have the same meaning assigned to it, in the Persons with

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Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Participation) Act 1995
(Central Act 1 / 1995). The candidates with disability less than 40% will not be eligible
for claiming a seat under Physically Disabled category. The candidates claiming under
Physically Disabled Special category quota should appear for medical examination
only at KEA Office in BANGALORE.
NOTE: The Physically Disabled candidates, who fail to appear before the Committee
for Medical examination, will not be eligible to be considered for allotment of seat
under Physically Disabled category.

Candidates from Anglo-Indian Community certificate issued by the Registered


Association of the Anglo Indian Community in the State of Karnataka countersigned
Reservation for by the Anglo-Indian MLA Nominated by the Government, failing which they will not
(g)
ANGLO-INDIAN: be allowed for the later allotment of seats under Anglo-Indian. The candidates
claiming under Anglo Indian Special category quota should submit their documents
only at KEA Office in BANGALORE.

Candidates claiming eligibility under Clause (o) of Item – 6 of Chapter I of e-brochure


Reservation for
should produce a certificate from the Record Office of the CAPF Unit in the
(h) CENTRAL ARMED
prescribed format appended to this brochure indicating that the parent had declared
POLICE FORCE:-
a place in Karnataka as his hometown at the time of joining the service.

Candidates claiming eligibility under Clause (o) of Item – 6 of Chapter I of e-brochure


Reservation for Ex-
should produce a certificate from the Record Office of the CAPF Unit in the prescribed
(i) CENTRAL ARMED
format appended to this brochure indicating that the parent had declared a place in
POLICE FORCE:-
Karnataka as his hometown at the time of joining the service.
NOTE: Candidates belonging to Scouts & Guides, Defence, Ex-defence and Anglo-Indian, CAPF, Ex-CAPF i. e., sub-
clauses (c), (d), (e).(g), (h) and (i) above, will be considered for allotment of seats in the respective special
category seats as per their merit order ONLY in the General Round of allotment of seats along with the other
general merit and reserved category candidates

True Fact What was he?

Some of the best music was composed by BEETHOVEN. He was deaf.

Some of the best poetry about nature was written by MILTON. He was blind.

One of the greatest leaders was FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT. He served from a Wheel Chair.

MORAL: Turn Scars into stars - You are born to achieve

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14. DIFFERENT TYPES OF FORMATS / SPECIMEN OF PRESCRIBED FORMATS
(This Study Certificate PROFORMA is common to all the candidates)

PROFORMA FOR STUDY CERTIFICATE PROFORMA OF THE CERTIFICATE


TO BE PRODUCED BY NCC & SPORTS SPECIAL CATEGORY CANDIDATES
(To be obtained from the Schools / Colleges)
NAME, FULL POSTAL ADDRESS & TELEPHONE NUMBER OF THE
INSTITUTION. NAME, FULL POSTAL ADDRESS & TELEPHONE NUMBER OF THE
Date ….…............... INSTITUTION.
This is to certify that Sri. / Kum. ........................ Date ….…...............
.......………. S/o / D/o ..........................……..............……..
has studied from ..............…......... standard to This is to certify that Sri. / Kum. ...............................……………. S/o
.……............. standard in our institution from / D/o ..................................……............... has participated in
…………………...... to ………..……........ academic
..............…......…………….. NCC Camps / Sports events,
years. The mother tongue of the candidate is
……………………………… as per the Admission register of the when he / she was a student of this institution
institution. The above details are true and correct to the best during ……………………. Standard. This is as per the NCC
of my knowledge. / Sports records maintained by this institution.
Signature of The above details are true and correct to the best of my
Institution seal Head of the institution knowledge.
(Name in Block letters..........................................) Signature of Head of the institution
Mobile number: (Name in Block letters..........................................)
Mobile Number:
COUNTER SIGNED BY ME

Address, Seal & Office Telephone Number


Institution seal
of the Block Educational Officer / DDPI.
Mobile number:

PÀ£ÀßqÀ ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄzÀ°è ªÁå¸ÀAUÀ ªÀiÁrzÀ §UÉÎ zsÀÈrÃPÀgÀt ¥ÀvÀæ AFFIDAVIT TO BE PRODUCED BY THE FATHER /
MOTHER OF THE HORANADU & GADINADU
KANNADIGA CANDIDATES ONLY
²æà ………………. gÀªg À À ªÀÄUÀ / ªÀÄU¼ÀÄ …………. EªÀgÀÄ ………………………f¯ÉA è iÀÄ (TO BE TYPED ON RS. 20/- STAMP PAPER)
…………. vÁ®ÆèQ£À …………. UÁæªÀÄzÀ°è ªÁ¸ÀªÁVgÀĪÀ EªÀgÀÄ ………… vÀgU À w
À ¬ÄAzÀ
I, Sri. ….…………..………………………………… ……. .……… …
…...…. vÀgÀUw À AiÀĪÀgU
É É ………..…... ±ÉÊPÀtë P À ªÀµð
À ¢AzÀ ……………. ±ÉÊPÀtë PÂ
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É ÉÀ …...…………… ±Á¯ÉAiÀÄ°è PÀ£ÀßqÀ ªÀiÁzsÀåªÀÄzÀ°è ªÁå¸ÀAUÀ S/o ………….…………..…………… Aged ……….… years
ªÀiÁrgÀÄvÁÛgA É zÀÄ zsÀÈrÃPÀj¸À¯ÁVzÉ. residing at ………………………………... ………………do hereby

zÁR¯Áw ¸ÀASÉå: : ………………………………………….. solemnly affirm and state on oath as follows:

zÁR¯Áw ¢£ÁAPÀ :……………………………………….. I was a resident of …………………… (place) located at


……………………… District in Karnataka State. Presently
±Á¯É ©lÖ ¢£ÁAPÀ :………………………………………… I am residing at …………………………..… (place) located in
¸ÀÞ¼À : …………..……………… State. My son / daughter Mr. / Kum.
……...……………………….….………….... with CET Number
¢£ÁAPÀ : ……………… has appeared for the Common Entrance Test –
2019. My Mother tongue is ……………………….………….
(Kannada / Tulu / Kodava.) and my son / daughter is able to
read, write and speak Kannada language. In the proof of
±Á¯ÉAiÀÄ ªÀÄÄSÉÆåÃ¥ÁzsÁåAiÀÄgÀ ¸À» ªÉÄîÄgÀÄdÄ Kannada / Tulu / Kodava as the Mother Tongue of myself and
my son / daughter, I have sworn to this affidavit and submitted to
±Á¯ÉAiÀÄ ¥ÀÆtð «¼Á¸À, PÉÃë vÀæ ²PÀt
ë C¢üPÁjUÀ¼À ¸À»,
the KEA for selection of seat under the Horanadu / Gadinadu
ªÉƺÀgÀÄ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ zÀÆgÀªÁt ¸ÀASÉå PbÉÃjAiÀÄ «¼Á¸À, ªÉƺÀgÀÄ Kannadiga candidate category.
I declare that the above information is correct to the best of my
ªÀÄvÀÄÛ knowledge and belief. In case any of the above information is
ªÉƨÉÊ¯ï £ÀA§gï: zÀÆgÀªÁt ¸ÀASÉå found to be false or incorrect, my son / daughter shall forfeit the
seat allotted by the KEA. I hold myself also, liable for civil or
ªÉƨÉÊ¯ï £ÀA§gï: criminal action and the Government or KEA, Karnataka may take
appropriate action against me in this behalf.
Date: Deponent
Signature of the Candidate
Sworn before me

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PROFORMA FOR DEFENCE PERSONNEL UNDER CLAUSE 6(e) PROFORMA FOR DEFENCE PERSONNEL UNDER CLAUSE 6(f)
OF ITEM 6 OF CHAPTER –1 OF BROCHURE and 6 (o) OF ITEM 6 OF CHAPTER –1 OF BROCHURE

This is to certify that Sri / Kum ………………………………………. This is to certify that Sri / Kum ……………………………………….
DOB……………. Class ………… Name and Place of the School DOB……………. Class ………… Name and Place of the School
………………………………………… is the Son / Daughter of service ………………………………………… is the Son / Daughter of service
No. …………….. Rank …………….. Name …………………………… No. …………….. Rank …………….. Name ……………………………
Trade …………………….………. Who is a combatant member of the Trade ………………………. Who is a combatant member of the
………………………………… wef …………………… and has served ………………………………… wef …………………… and presently
/ presently serving at ……………….. (unit) …………………… (place) serving at ………………….. (unit) …………………… (place) wef….
wef…. …………. to …………..Service No. ………..…………… Rank Service No. ………………. Rank …………….. Name ………………
…………………… Name …………..…… Trade …………………. Unit Trade …………………. Unit …………………. Is a defence personnel
…………………….. Is a defence personnel according to definition as according to definition as laid down by Government of Karnataka. His
laid down by Government of Karnataka. His present residential permanent residential address at the time of joining service as per
address as per his service document is ….. his service documents is……………… ……………………… …
…………………………………………………………………………….. ……..………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………….. Date: (Signature of parent)
Contact Number:
Date: (Signature of parent)
Contact Number: COUNTERSIGNED BY
Unit Seal
COUNTERSIGNED BY Date: Stamp and signature of the
Unit Seal Commanding Officer
VERIFIED BY
Date: Stamp and signature of the Unit Seal
Commanding Officer. Date: Stamp and signature of
Director at Integrated HQ of
MoD / Chief Records Officer

PROFORMA FOR DEFENCE PERSONNEL UNDER CLAUSE 6(g)


OF ITEM 6 OF CHAPTER –1 OF BROCHURE
Income Certificate / ªÀgÀªÀiÁ£À zsÀÈrÃPÀgÀt ¥ÀvÀæ

This is to certify that Sri / Kum ………………………………………. All candidates including General Merit
DOB……………. Class ………… Name and Place of the School
………………………………………… is the Son / Daughter of service candidates are eligible for Supernumerary
No. …………….. Rank …………….. Name ……………………………
Trade ………………………. Who is a combatant member of the
quota seats. The eligibility for
………………………………… wef …………………… who has served supernumerary quota seats will be
at …………………..(Name & place of the unit at Karnataka for a
period of …… (years) …. Months from ………. To …… and is
published on the KEA website before the
posted on duty directly to disturbed areas of J & K or North East or in commencement of the document
Field / Active service (as laid down by ………. Letter No. ………
dated ……… ) at ……………….(Unit)……………….………… Place verification process.
wef…. .,……. Service No. ………………. Rank …………….. Name The candidates who claim seat under
……………… Trade …………………. Unit …………………. Is a
defence personnel according to definition as laid down by “Supernumerary Quota” will have to obtain
Government of Karnataka. He has been permitted to keep his family
at the following address as per his service document.
an income certificate from the concerned
…………………………………………………………………………….. Tahasildar.
………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………..
Date: (Signature of Parent) Provided that candidates belonging to SC,
ST & Category - I should produce an
Contact Number:
Income certificate issued by Jurisdictional
Tahasildar as per the format prescribed by
COUNTERSIGNED BY
the Government. (This is for the purpose of
Unit Seal
processing eligibility of candidates to claim
Date: Stamp and signature of the Government of India scholarship).
Commanding Officer.

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SPECIMEN OF PRESCRIBED (DIFFERENT TYPES) FORMATS

PROFORMA FOR CAPF / CRPF / CISF / BSF / ITBP UNDER CLAUSE 6(o) OF ITEM 6 OF CHAPTER –1 OF e-BROCHURE

This is to certify that Sri / Kum ………………………………………. DOB……………. Class ………… Name and Place of the Scholl
…………………………is the Son / Daughter of service No. …………….. Rank …………….. Name …………………………… Trade
………………………. Who is / was a combatant member of the ………………………………… wef …………………… and presently
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Trade …………………. Unit …………………. Is / was a CAPF / CRPF / CISF / BSF / ITBP member according to definition as laid down
by Government of Karnataka. His permanent residential address at the time of joining service as per his service documents
is……………………………..………………………………..………………………………………………………………………………….

Date: (Signature of parent)


COUNTERSIGNED BY
Unit Seal
Date: Stamp and signature of the
Commanding Officer
VERIFIED BY
Unit Seal
Date: Stamp and signature of
Director at Integrated HQ of MoD / Chief Records Officer

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ANNEXURE – A

ELIGIBILITY CERTIFICATE
[Under Article 371 (J)] (see rule 3(3))

[The Karnataka Public employment (Reservation in Appointment


for Hyderabad-Karnataka Region) Rules for Issual of Certificates, 2013.]

Sri / Smt ………………………………………..……… S/o / W/o …………………….…………………. is a Local Person of the Village / Town
………………………………………….………………. Of Taluka ………………………………………………. Of District of Karnataka State.

Place: ……………………………. Name: ……………………………………………

Date: ……………………………..
Assistant Commissioner

……………………………….. Sub Division


……………………………….. District

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15. LIST OF PLACES WHICH DO NOT COME UNDER THE PURVIEW OF RURAL AREAS:

The candidates claiming eligibility for rural seats, should have studied 10 full academic years
continuously from 1st to 10th standard in a place / places OTHER THAN the places mentioned
below. However, if the candidates have studied in these places from 1st to 10th standard before
the date of notification as urban area, such candidates are eligible to claim rural reservation
benefit.

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Sl.
District Name Places which do not come under the purview of rural areas Year of Notification
No.
Municipal Limits of erstwhile BCC Bangalore and CMC & TMC in
Bangalore Urban District.
Bangalore, Yelahanka, Byatarayanapura, K. R. Puram, 1995-96
Bommanahalli, Dasarahalli, Pattanagere, Mahadevapura, Anekal,
Kengeri and the following villages vide Notification UDD 92 MNY 2006
Dt.16-01-07.
Kudlu, Varanasi, Ambhalipura, Bellandur, Bellanduramanikere (B)(P),
Devara Beesana Halli, Haralur, Kariyammana Agrahara, Chansandra,
Kadugodi Plantation, Kumbeena Agrahara, Dasarahalli, Rachenahalli,
Bilishivale, Byrathi, Doddakannalli, Junnasandra, Kaikondarahalli,
Kasavanahalli, Gunjur, Hagadur, Nagondahalli.
K. Channasandra, Kalkere, Amani Byrathikhane (B), Chalakere,
Horamavu Agara, Geddalahalli, Kothnur Narayanapura, Kottanuru,
Kylasanahalli, Chikkabellandur, Balagere, Panathur, Siddapura,
Varthur, Kadabeesanahalli, Thanisandra, Horamavu, Bhoganahalli,
1. Ramagondanahalli, Thubarahalli, Belathur, Sorahunise, Nagareshwara
Nagenahalli, Khanekandya (B), Pillaganahalli, Kammanahalli, Begur,
Alahalli, Doddakallasandra, Basapura, Chikkthoguru, Doddathoguru 2006-07
(P), Gottegere, Ganakal, Gubbalalu, Vasanthapura, Uttarahalli,
Anjanapura, Gollahalli, Kembathahalli, Thippasandra, Basavanapura,
Kalena Agrahara, Yelenahalli, Lingadheeranahalli, Beratena Agrahara,
Naganathapura, Parappana Agrahara, Subramanyapura, Sonnenahalli,
Hosahalli, Raghuvanahalli, Uttarhalli Manavarthekaval (P), Vajarahalli,
Bangalore Urban
Talaghattapura, Arehalli, Thurahalli, Chandrasekarapura,
(BBMP)
Hemmigepura, Somapura, Varahasndra, Vaddara Palya, Herohalli,
Ullalu, Abbigere, Chikkasandra, Shettihalli, Sidedahalli, Chikka
Bettahalli, Kariobnahalli, Gidadakonenahalli, Handrahalli,
Mayadarahalli, Dodda Bettahalli, Doddabidarakallu, Harohalli,
Vasudevapura, Lingadeeranahalli (B), Bellahalli, Kattigenahalli,
Srinivasapura, Thirumenhalli, Hosahalli – gollarapalya, Ananthapura,
Govindapura, Kenchanahalli, Manchenahalli, Chokkanahalli.
2. Bangalore Rural Doddaballapura, Devanahalli, Hosakote, Vijayapura, Nelamangala. 1995-96

3. Ramanagaram Ramanagaram, Channapattana, Kanakapura, Magadi. 1995-96


Mysore, Nanjanagud, Hunsur, K.R. Nagara, Periyapatna, H. D. Kote, T.
4. Mysore 1995-96
Narasipura, Bannur, Sargur
Belgaum, Nippani, Gokak, Athani, Bailahongala, Chikkodi, Mudalagi,
5. Belgaum Ramadurga, Sankeshwara, Savadatti, Hukkeri, Khanapura, Konnur, 1995-96
Kudachi, Rayabagh, Sadalaga, Gokak Falls.
Gulbarga, Chittapura, Alanda, Sedam, Shahabad, Vadi, Gurumitkal,
6. Gulbarga 1995-96
Jevargi, Chincholi, Afzalpur.
Tumkur, Tiptur, Chikkanayakanahalli, Sira, Madhugiri, Kunigal,
7. Tumkur 1995-96
Pavagada, Koratagere, Turuvekere, Gubbi.
8. Kolar Kolar, Robertsonpet, Mulabagilu, Malur, Bangarpet, Srinivasapura. 1995-96

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Chickaballapur, Chintamani, Gowribidanur, Gudibande,
9. Chickaballapur. 1995-96
Shidlaghatta, Bagepalli.
10. Chitradurga Chitradurga, Challakere, Hiriyur, Hosadurga, Holalkere, Molakalmur. 1995-96
11. Davanagere Davanagere, Harihara, Harapanahalli, Channagiri, Honnali, Jagalur. 1995-96
Shimoga, Bhadravathi, Sagar, Shikaripura, Soraba, Hosanagara,
12. Shimoga 1995-96
Shiralakoppa, Thirthahalli, Jog-Kargal.
13. Chamarajnagara Chamarajnagara, Kollegala, Gundlupete, Yalandur, Hanur. 1995-96
Mandya, Maddur, Malavalli, Srirangapatna, Pandavapura,
14. Mandya 1995-96
Nagamangala, K. R. Pet.
Hassan, Holenarasipura, Channarayapatna, Sakaleshapura, Arasikere,
15. Hassan 1995-96
Belur, Arakalagud, Aalur.
Chickamagalur, Kadur, Birur, Tarikere, Koppa, Shringeri,
16. Chickamagalur 1995-96
Narasimharajapura, Mudigere.
17. Udupi Udupi, Karkala, Kundapura, Saligrama. 1995-96
Mangalore, Mudabidre, Puttur, Ullala, Bantwal, Belthangadi, Sullia,
18. Dakshina Kannada 1995-96
Mulki.
19. Bijapur Bijapur, Indi, Muddebihal, Sindagi, Talikote, Basavanabagewadi. 1995-96
Karwar, Sirsi, Dandeli, Bhatkal, Kumta, Honnavara, Haliyala, Yallapura,
20. Uttara Kannada 1995-96
Mundagoda, Siddapura, Ankola.
Bagalakote, Rabakavibanahatti, Jamakhandi, Mudhol, Mahalingapura,
21. Bagalakote 1995-96
Ilkal, Guledagudda, Hunagunda, Badami, Bilagi, Kerur, Teradal.
Haveri, Ranebennur, Hanagal, Byadagi, Savanur, Hirekerur, Shiggaon,
22. Haveri 1995-96
Bankapur.
Gadag, Betageri, Naragunda, Gajendragada, Lakshmeshwara,
23. Gadag 1995-96
Mundaragi, Shirahatti, Naregal, Rona, Mulagunda.
Dharwad, Hubli, Annigeri, Kundagola, Alnavara, Kalghatagi,
24. Dharwad 1995-96
Navalagunda.
25. Raichur Raichur, Manvi, Sindhanur, Lingasugur, Mudagal, Devadurga. 1995-96
26. Koppal Koppal, Gangavathi, Kushtagi, Yalaburga. 1995-96
27. Bidar Bidar, Bhalki, Basavakalyana, Chitaguppa, Humnabad, Aurad. 1995-96
Bellary, Hospet, Kampli, Huvinahadagali, Tekkalakote, Shiraguppa,
28. Bellary 1995-96
Kotturu, Kamalapura, Kudlagi, Sandur.
29. Kodagu Madikeri, Somavarapet, Virajpet, Kushalnagar. 1995-96
30. Yadgir Shahapura, Shorapura, Yadagir 1995-96

Declaration of Town Panchayath (TP) to Town Municipal Corporations (TMC) refer the following notifications No.

(1) UDD 220 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 11-12-2014 (2) UDD 221 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 11-12-2014
(3) UDD 222 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 11-12-2014 (4) UDD 223 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 11-12-2014
(5) UDD 224 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 11-12-2014 (6) UDD 225 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 11-12-2014
(7) UDD 227 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 11-12-2014 (8) UDD 01 MLR 2014, Bangalore Dated: 11-12-2014
(9) UDD 02 MLR 2014, Bangalore Dated: 11-12-2014 (10) UDD 86 MLR 2014, Bangalore Dated: 11-12-2014

Declaration of Town Municipal Corporations (TMC) to City Municipal Corporations (CMC) refer the following notifications No.
(1) UDD 210 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 09-12-2014 (2) UDD 211 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 09-12-2014
(3) UDD 212 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 09-12-2014 (4) UDD 215 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 09-12-2014
(5) UDD 214 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 09-12-2014 (6) UDD 229 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 09-12-2014
(7) UDD 231 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 09-12-2014 (8) UDD 232 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 09-12-2014
(9) UDD 11 MLR 2014, Bangalore Dated: 09-12-2014 (10) UDD 208 MLR 2013, Bangalore Dated: 15-12-2014

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16. FEE EXEMPTION / PAY DETAILS FOR SC / ST KARNATAKA CANDIDATES.

Category Payment of Fees

Candidates are exempted from paying 100% of fees in Government / Aided


/ Un-aided / Private / Deemed University Colleges seats as per G.O. No. ¸ÀPEÀ
Annual Income below
178 ¥ÀP« À 2015 ¨ÉAUÀ¼Æ À gÀÄ ¢£ÁAPÀ 31-12-2015. (±ÀÄ®Ì «£Á¬Äw CºÀðvÉUÁV
Rs.2.50 Lakhs
¸ÀªÀiÁd PÀ¯Áåt E¯ÁSÉAiÀÄ ªÉ¨ï¸ÉÊmï UÉ ¨sÃÉ n ¤Ãr – D£ï¯ÉÊ£ï ªÀÄÆ®PÀ CfðAiÀÄ£ÀÄß
¸À°¸è §
À ºÀÄzÁVzÉ.)

Annual Income above Candidates are exempted from paying 100% of fees in Government / Aided
/ Un-aided / Private / Deemed University Colleges seats as per G.O. No. ¸ÀPE
À
Rs.2.5 Lakhs but below
178 ¥ÀP«
À 2015 ¨ÉAUÀ¼Æ À gÀÄ ¢£ÁAPÀ 30-06-2016. (±ÀÄ®Ì «£Á¬Äw CºÀðvÉUÁV
Rs.10.00 Lakhs ¸ÀA§A¢ü¹zÀ ¸ÀA¸ÉÜAiÀÄ ªÀÄÆ®PÀ CfðAiÀÄ£ÀÄß ¸À°¸
è §
À ºÀÄzÁVzÉ.)

Fee Exemption / Pay details for Category-1 Karnataka candidates


Category Payment of Fees
• Exempted from paying fees for seats in Government colleges.
• For Private colleges, fee will be collected by deducting such fees fixed
Annual Income Below
in Government college seats. The candidate has to pay the balance
2.5 Lakhs
fees. (±ÀÄ®Ì «£Á¬Äw CºÀðvÉUÁV »AzÀĽzÀ ªÀUð À UÀ¼À E¯ÁSÉAiÀÄ ªÉ¨ï¸ÉÊmï UÉ
¨sÃÉ n ¤Ãr – D£ï¯ÉÊ£ï ªÀÄÆ®PÀ CfðAiÀÄ£ÀÄß ¸À°¸
è §
À ºÀÄzÁVzÉ.)
The candidates may contact the concerned department regarding fee exemption eligibility / reimbursement
criteria. The Government Orders for fee exemption is given below for information of candidates.

1. »AªÀPÀ 589 ©JAJ¸ï 2013 ¨ÉAUÀ¼Æ À gÀÄ ¢£ÁAPÀ 05-10-2013


2. »AªÀPÀ 589 ©JAJ¸ï 2013 ¨ÉAUÀ¼Æ À gÀÄ ¢£ÁAPÀ 06-08-2014
3. ¸ÀPE
À 178 ¥ÀPÀ« 2015 ¨ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ ¢£ÁAPÀ 31-12-2015
4. ¸ÀPE
À 178 ¥ÀPÀ« 2015 ¨ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ ¢£ÁAPÀ 30-06-2016

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ANNEXURE-II to G.O. No. SWD 225 BCA 2000 dated 30 March 2002
NEW COMPREHENSIVE CREAMY LAYER
Under Article 15(4) and 16(4) of the Constitution of India, the following persons shall not be eligible for reservation
of seats of posts categorised under IIA, IIB, IIIA and IIIB.
NOTE: 1. This rule will not apply to direct recruitments to posts-which insist on a prescribed period of
service in a lower post or experience in a post, profession or occupation as a qualification or
eligibility.
2. This rule applies to son(s) or daughter(s) of the persons specified below:
(a) President of India
(b) Vice President of India
(c) All functionaries holding Cabinet rank in Government of India or Government of any State or
Union Territory.
(d) Chairmen of Council of States and the State Legislative Councils.
(e) Governor of States.
(f) Speakers of Lok Sabha and Legislative Assemblies.
(g) Judges of Supreme Court and High Courts.
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(h) Chairmen of Public Service Commission.
(i) Attorney General of India.
(j) Advocate General.
(k) Chief Election Commissioner.
(l) Comptroller and Auditor General of India.
(m) Members of Parliament atleast for a period of five years – during the period of their office.
(n) Members of State Legislature atleast for a period of five years – during the period of their office.

The Candidate and either of whose parents / guardian is a Group –A or Group – B officer in the services
of the Government or holds an equivalent post in public sector undertakings or an employee of a
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private industry / institution and draws a salary which is not Less than that of a Group B officer (Pay
scale Rs. 6000-11200)
The Candidate and his / her father’s mother’s / Guardian Gross Annual income exceeds
3 Rs. 8.00 lakhs as per Government Order No. »AªÀPÀ 304 ©¹J 2017 ¨ÉAUÀ¼ÀÆgÀÄ, ¢£ÁAPÀ
14-09-2018.
The candidate and his / her father, mother / guardian holding 10 units of Agricultural Land as Specified
4 in the Karnataka Land Reforms Act 1961, and such of those holding more than 20 acres of plantation
land.

17. DISCLAIMER

a. The responsibility of KEA is limited to the conduct of counseling, which includes online registration,
document verification, online counseling procedure, seat allotment and issue of admission order as
per Government Rules.
b. Candidates are advised to read the Information Bulletin carefully and go through the instructions
regarding filling of online registration form given for CET-2019 in the KEA Website before starting
online registration process.
c. Candidate should ensure that all information entered during the online registration process are
correct.

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d. Online information provided by candidates like name of candidate, contact address details, category,
PWD status, educational qualification details, date of birth etc during online submission of application
form for CET-2019 will be treated as correct and KEA will not entertain, under any circumstances, any
request for change.
e. KEA disclaims any liability that may arise to candidate(s) due to incorrect information provided by the
candidate during online registration process.
f. KEA does not edit / modify / alter any information entered by the candidates at the time of online
submission of application form under any circumstances. In the event of any clarification regarding
the eligibility the provisions of Karnataka Selection of Candidates for Admission to Government Seats
in Professional Educational Institutions Rules, 2006 (in short CET-2006 Admission Rules) as amended
from time to time and therefore the details and instructions contained in this Information Booklet are
subject to the said Rules and Government orders. In case of any discrepancy, the Rules shall prevail.
g. KEA does not verify the information provided by the candidates during online registration and hence
candidature will be purely provisional subject to fulfillment of eligibility criteria of
State/Universities/Institutions/ Deemed Universities concerned.
h. All the admissions / allotments made to and by the colleges shall be subject to approval by the
Government / concerned University / Apex Bodies.
i. If the information furnished by the candidates in the application form or any other document/s
submitted by the candidates / parents are found to be false / incorrect / tampered / forged such
candidate's seat will be cancelled at any point of time during his / her course of study and criminal
proceedings as per rules will be initiated by KEA as provided under rule 13 CET-2006 Admission Rules
against the candidate.

18. NOTE ON NOT ELIGIBLE CLAUSE – PREVIOUS YEAR SEAT ALLOTTED CANDIDATES

A candidate who had obtained a seat in any discipline through KEA (CET Cell) in any of the
previous years and not surrendered the seat before the last date fixed for entry of options for final
round of seat allotment for the respective disciplines will not be eligible for allotment of a seat to
the same discipline during 2019 as per rule 15 (5) of CET-2006 Admission Rules. However, he /
she is eligible to appear for CET-2019 for allotment of seat in any other discipline. Eg: If a
candidate had selected Engineering seat during previous year, he / she will not be considered for
allotment of seats in the same discipline, however, he or she is eligible for selection of Medical /
Dental / ISM&H / Architecture / Farm Science courses, B-Pharma / Pharma-D, if he / she is
fulfilling the eligibility conditions. Further, the seat selected during the previous year gets
automatically cancelled, upon selection of a seat in a different discipline during this year.

19. SUBMISSION OF STUDY OR ANY RESERVATION CERTIFICATES

• A candidate who desires to claim a seat reserved for caste / category groups, viz., SC, ST Category-1, 2A,
2B, 3A and 3B should produce the “Income and Caste Certificate” issued by the Tahasildar of the
concerned Taluk. If a candidate makes a claim in his / her CET Application under any of the Caste-
Category groups, KEA will not verify the claim at the initial stage. However when the candidate attends
the document verification process on the prescribed date the candidate has to produce the required
Income and Caste Certificate as claimed in the application form, failing which the candidate will not be
allowed to verify their documents under that particular Caste / Category.

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• Candidates claiming any reservation need not upload / attach the relevant certificates, however the
candidate who claim Reservation Caste Category and other reservation benefits “Rural, Kannada
Medium, etc.” in CET online application form must compulsorily submit the valid relevant certificates
during document verification.
• Any request for allowing the candidate to verify the documents under that particular Caste / Category
with a permission to produce the Income and Caste Certificate subsequently / or later date or day will not
be entertained under any circumstances.
• Physically Disabled candidates have to undergo medical examination at KEA premises on the date notified
/ hosted on the KEA Website.

20. LOAN SCHEMES

Educational Loan Facility up to Rs. 5 Lakhs at just 6% interest rate through Nationalised Banks.

Any student who gets admission to a course in Engineering, Architecture, Medical, Dental or
Indian Systems of Medicine and Homeopathy, B.Sc. (Agri.), B.V.Sc etc through CET conducted by
KEA can avail this loan. Eligible students can avail loans up to Rs. 5. Lakhs for the course at 6%
interest by applying though any local nationalized Bank in the State.

For details visit KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in

ARIVU (EDUCATION LOAN) SCHEME FOR CET STUDENTS

As per Government Order No. MWD/03/MDC/201, Bangalore Dated 17-01-2014, the Karnataka
Minorities Development corporation Ltd., (KMDC) has entered into a Memorandum of
Understanding (MOU) with Karnataka Examinations Authority, Bangalore. Accordingly, the
interested candidates belonging to religious minorities’ viz., Muslim, Christian, Jain, Buddhist, Sikh
and Parsi communities can apply to KMDC for sanction of education loan.

For more details visit http://kmdc.karnataka.gov.in

`Arivu’ Study Loan Scheme By D.Devaraja Urs Backward Classes’ Development


Corporation
D.Devaraja Urs Backward Classes’ Development Corporation extends study loan to needy students whose
annual family income does not exceed Rs.3.50 lakhs under `Arivu’ Scheme. Students belonging to Backward
Classes as category-1, 2A,3A and 3B (except religious minorities and Viswakarma caste ) who get admission to
engineering, medical, dental and other professional courses through CET will get loan to a maximum limit of
Rs.1.00 lakh per year or actual expense limits covering admission fee, tuition fee, laboratory fee, examination
fee and any other fees fixed by Government, books, stationery and equipments at a nominal 2% interest rate.
Loan recovery will be for 3 years and start 4 months after completion of the course. For complete details
students can visit Website: www.karnataka.gov.in/dbcdc or http://kea.kar.nic.in
Contact Phone: 080 - 22374832

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