KCET (Karnataka Examination Authority Common Entrance Test)

KCET 2023 Admit Card


KCET 2023 Admit Card

The admit card for KCET 2023 will be issued by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) in April 2023. Details such as the candidate’s name, roll number, application number, date and time of exam, name, and address of KCET exam center, exam day guidelines, and other details will be mentioned in the KCET 2023 admit card. Candidates have to enter their KCET application number and date of birth for obtaining the admit card. Read the article below for details like the procedure to download KCET admit card 2023, dates, discrepancies, and other related information.

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How to download Admit Card

KCET Admit Card will be available only in online mode. Candidates will be able to download the admit card for KCET Test 2023 by following the steps,

  • Visit the official website of KCET 2023 official site i.e..,http://kea.kar.nic.in/
  • Click on KCET Hall Ticket 2023 tab and Enter your application number and date of birth
  • Download Admit Card to Click on submit to view the admit card. Candidates must check the dates and timings of the exam.
  • After the Registration Process print the Documents as a hard copies for further use.

Importance of KCET 2023 Admit Card

Candidates appearing in KCET 2023 should check the admit card highlights given below:

  • Candidates would not be allowed to sit in the examination hall without the admit card
  • Admit card cannot be replaceable with any other ID proof
  • KCET 2023 Admit Card does not entitle the candidates to admission to the course. It will only make the candidates eligible to appear in the KCET 2023 exam.
  • Admit cards would not be sent by post or by any other mode. Candidates can only download their admit card from the official website.
  • Candidates should collect their ID and password made at the time of registration. Candidates need the ID and password to download the KCET 2023 Admit Card.

Instructions present in KCET 2023 Admit Card

Given below are some important information candidates should follow to avoid any mistakes. Candidates should carefully read the guidelines given in the admit card ad below.

  • Candidates should reach the examination center 45 minutes prior to the commencement of the exam
  • Candidates can only enter the examination hall 30 minutes prior to the commencement of the exam
  • Candidates are not allowed to leave the examination center before the conclusion of the KCET 2023 exam
  • No electronic gadgets like calculators, mobile phones, Bluetooth devices, digital watches are allowed in the examination hall.
  • No extra sheets, pages, rough sheets are allowed in the examination hall by the candidate


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