CET: KEA issues guidelines to clear confusions

Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has issued guidelines to clear ongoing confusions among CET rank holders on seat option entry and other online processes of admission. The option entry process for CET rank holders had started on July 12 and will conclude on July 19.

According to a press release from CET Mangalore helpline centre Nodal Officer C Suresh Thunga, “Students should study the seat matrix table thoroughly and exercise their option.

Those colleges which are not in seat matrix are likely to be added to the list as soon as the college authorities resolve their problems. Hence, candidates should always be in touch with the seat matrix. If a candidate has already entered some options, he can modify his choices as per his will and wish on or before July 19.”

He advised the students not to link final result with mock result. Final allotment of seats will be announced on July 25 through message to the candidates’ mobile number or e-mail ID. If a candidate does not get a message in respect of allotment of seat, then he or she should contact CET Cell immediately. 

Candidates should go through fees structure which is available on KEA website. The fee should be paid only by way of demand draft drawn in favour of KEA payable at the respective helpline centre. 

He said that candidates with their parents must be present at the helpline centre to receive admission order without fail. They should bring CET admission ticket, green card and verification slip issued at the time of verification of documents to collect the admission order. Candidates appeared for previous year’s CET must present their original and a copy of their transfer certificate. Those who are willing to join government medical colleges should bring an affidavit for Rs 100 on e-stamp paper on compulsory rural service, Thunga said.

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