Karnataka Diploma CET 2014
The Karnataka Diploma CET 2014 (Diploma Common Entrance Test‐2014) is being conducted for the purpose of determining the eligibility / merit, for admission of Karnataka candidates to the Second year or Third semester full time B.E courses in Government / University / Private Aided / Private Un‐Aided professional educational institutions in the state of Karnataka for the academic year 2014‐15.
Admissions to the 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 ‘Rules‐2006’) and as amended from time to time and therefore the details and instructions contained in this Brochure are subject to the said Rules. In case of any discrepancy, the Rules shall prevail.
In order to obtain admission to B.E courses through KEA, a candidate (diploma holder) must appear for the Diploma Common Entrance Test‐2014, which will be conducted by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (Herein after referred to as KEA), Bangalore in accordance with the Government Order No. ED. 59 TEC 2012, dated 26‐05‐2012 & Government Letter No. ED 59 TEC 2013, dated 21‐06‐2012. The Diploma Common Entrance Test‐2014 will be conducted as per the following schedule in specified places, spread over Karnataka.
|Commencement of Entry of Application Online:||20-05-2014|
|Last Date to Enter Application details online||30-05-2014|
|Last date to pay the fees in the bank||02-06-2014|
|Downloading of Admission Tickets on or after||20-06-2014|
The Diploma Common Entrance Test-2014 Time Table is as follows:
|29-06-2014||Sunday||10.00 AM to 01.00 PM||180|
Kannada Language Test – Only in Bangalore
|Date||Day||Timings||For Horanadu and|
|29-06-2014||Sunday||3.00 PM to 4.00 PM||Gadinadu Kannadigas|
Karnataka Diploma CET 2014 Quick Links
Karnataka Diploma CET 2014 Important Information
- Important Instructions
- Selection Process
- Fee Structure
- List of Govt. / Aided Polytechnics
- List of Document Verification Centers
- Conversion of Grade Marks to Percentage for CBSE/ICSE
- Documents Required at the time of Counselling
- Answer Key – PUBLISHED
- Merit List – PUBLISHED
Karnataka Diploma CET 2014 Resources
Karnataka Diploma CET 2014 Scheme of Exam
The DIPLOMA CET‐2014 will be held in one session, conducted for 180 marks with 3 hours (180 minutes) duration. Additional 25 Minutes will be given for filling Name, Admission Ticket No. Version Code and Serial Number in the OMR Answer Sheet and Question Booklet. The question paper will be of (Objective) Multiple Choice type. The question paper will be in different versions. Each question will have four different options. Each question will carry ONE mark.
Books / Tables / Mechanical Charts / Programmable Electronic Aids / Cell Phones are not permitted in the examination hall, Possession of these items in the examination hall is considered as malpractice and disciplinary action will be taken by the concerned examination conducting authorities.
All questions are compulsory. In other words, there is no choice among questions. Candidate is expected to attempt all the questions, in order to obtain maximum marks. THERE WILL BE NO NEGATIVE EVALUATION WITH REGARD TO WRONG ANSWERS BUT MARKS WILL NOT BE AWARDED IN RESPECT OF MULTIPLE ANSWERS. The version code of the question paper will be boldly printed on facing sheet of the question paper.
COMPULSORY: Initial TEN minutes will be given for the candidates to write / shade the particulars such as Name, Diploma CET Number, Version Code and Serial number of the question booklet on the OMR answer sheet in the boxes provided. The candidates who do not write / shade the correct Diploma CET Number and Version Code on the OMR answer sheets, the OMR answer sheets of such candidates will not be scanned and will not be assigned any rank.
The candidates will have to mark correct options on the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) answer sheet, which will be supplied at the beginning of the test.
Among the four options provided against a question, only one answer will be correct. The candidate should mark the correct answer by completely shading only one circle against a question number, using BLUE or BLACK ink ball point pen. More details about precautions to be taken while filling the particulars on OMR answer sheet is given below. The OMR answer sheet comprises of two sheets. The top sheet will be used for the purpose of marking correct answers and later scanning & evaluation and the bottom sheet will be returned to the candidates after completion of the test. The bottom sheet is coated with a special kind of chemical which acts as Carbon. When the candidate fills the circles on the top sheet, the pressure on the bottom sheet will automatically create a replica of the top sheet.
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 (top sheet) with the ink‐pad provided by the room Invigilator, after completion of the test. However, they need not affix their thumb impression on the replica (bottom sheet) of the OMR answer sheet. Thereafter, the invigilators will detach the bottom sheet from the top sheet at the perforations and hand over the bottom sheet (replica) to the candidates and they are allowed to carry the same with them. The top 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.