Karnataka Diploma CET Exam: Education Authority conducts KEA Diploma CET for admission to 2nd Year Engineering Courses and for 1st year Architecture Course under Lateral Entry Scheme for both Day and Evening Engineering Colleges. The exam is conducted in offline mode in the state of Karnataka. Candidates who wish to appear for DCET exam have to fill online application form through the official website i.e cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea. Those candidates who have registered for DCET exam can download their admit card from the official website. Scroll down to get more information about Karnataka Diploma CET exam from this page.
Karnataka Diploma CET Exam
Candidates who are wishing for admission to the engineering and architecture courses have to first check that whether they are fulfiling all the requirements or not. Candidates shoud have minimum of 45% marks to get admission in B.E Day and Evening engineering courses.
|Karnataka Diploma CET Exam||Dates|
|DCET 2019||14 Jul 2019|
|DECT 2018||15 Jul 2018|
Karnataka Diploma CET Exam Eligibility Criteria
All those candidates who are appearing for Karnataka DCET exam must check the eligiblity criteria before filling the application form. Candidates can check the eligibility criteria for Karnataka DCET exam from below:
For B.E Course (Day / Evening Shift):
- Candidate should have a minimum of 45% marks (for general) in the final year of Diploma and SC/ ST category candidates should have 40% marks.
- Candidate should have at least 2 years of work experience in any reputed private or government organization.
For Architecture Courses:
- Candidate should have qualified in NATA with an aggregate of 40% marks.
- General Category candidates should have scored 50% marks in the final year of diploma in all the subjects taken and 45% marks are required for SC/ ST category candidates.
Karnataka Diploma CET Exam Syllabus
Candidates who are preparing for DCET exam must go through the syllabus. Candidates can check the syllabus from the given below links:
|Engineering Mathematics and Applied Science||Click here|
|Civil Engineering||Click here|
|Chemical Engineering / Polymer Technology||Click here|
|Computer Science and Engg / Information Science Engg.||Click here|
|Environmental Engg. / Public Health Engg. / Water Tech / Health Sciences||Click here|
|Textile Technology||Click here|
|Electrical and Electronics Engineering||Click here|
|Electronics and Communication Engineering||Click here|
|Mechanical Engineering||Click here|
|Aeronautical Engineering||Click here|
|Mining Engineering||Click here|
|Ceramics Technology||Click here|
Karnataka Diploma CET Exam Pattern
Those candidates who are appearing for the Karnataka Diploma CET Exam must know the exam pattern before preparing for the exam. Candidates can check the exam pattern for Karnataka Diploma CET Exam as given below:
Medium of Exam: Exam is conducted in Offline mode.
Duration of Exam: The total duration of the exam is 3 hours.
Total no of Questions: Exam is consists of 180 questions
Type of Questions: Multiple choice questions will be asked in the exam.
Marking Scheme: One marks will be awarded for each correct answer and no mark will be deducted for incorrect answer.
Candidates can check distribution of marks and questions from the given below table:
|Subject||No of Questions||Marks per Question|
|Applied Mathematics||40||1 mark|
|Applied Science||40||1 mark|
|Engineering Paper*||100||1 mark|
|Total||180 Questions||180 Marks|
Karnataka Examinations Authority
Karnataka Examinations Authority is governed by the Governing Council headed by the Honourable Minister of Higher Education, GOK. Diplioma Common Entrance Test is conducted by KEA. It is an examination authority conducted many exam entrance exam in the state of Karnataka. Its function is to operationalise entrance tests for recruitment to private / corporate organisations at their request and to conduct such other examinations as determined by the Government of Karnataka from time to time
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