KCET 2020 Result: Karnataka CET 2020 Result Likely Today At kea.kar.nic.in

The Karnataka Examinations Authority, or KEA, is expected to announce the Karnataka Common Entrance Test, or KCET 2020, the result today, August 20, on the official websites, kea.kar.nic.in and cetonline.karnataka.gov.in. KEA will commence counselling soon thereafter and release the cutoff for each round after its completion.

Through KCET result 2020, candidates will know the ranks they have obtained in the state entrance exam. Students checking their KCET result 2020 are advised to keep their admit card handy as the login credentials mentioned in the admit card would be needed to log in at the portal.

Karnataka CET 2020 result date and time has been confirmed by Higher Education Minister C N Ashwathnarayan.

“#KCET results will be announced on August 20. My best wishes to all the students,” Mr Ashwathnarayan said on social media.

KCET Result 2020: How To Check

Once released, students will be able to check Karnataka CET result 2020. Follow these steps:

Step1. Go to the official websites, kea.kar.nic.in or cetonline.karnataka.gov.in.

Step 2. Click on the KCET 2020 result link.

Step 3. Enter the required information and login with your credentials.

Step 4. Submit and view KCET result 2020 on the next page.

After the declaration of results, KEA is expected to release details regarding the fee structure and counselling process.

The CET examination in Karnataka was conducted amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Despite protests from students, The Karnataka High Court allowed the state government to go ahead with its plans to conduct the CET examinations in the state on July 31 and 31.

Previously, KEA had released the answer key of KCET 2020. Students were allowed to raise objections regarding the Karnataka CET 2020 answer key up to August 8.

Counselling and seat allotment of KCET 2020 is done based on the ranks obtained by candidates. The last rank at which a seat is allotted in a round becomes the KCET cutoff. Since KEA will release KCET 2020 cutoff after the completion of a round, students can use the previous year’s KCET cutoffs to gauge their chances and apply accordingly.

The cutoff of KCET 2020 is a screen to select candidates for admission. Various parameters, such as the difficulty level of KCET 2020, the number of candidates registered for the exam, the number of seats available, are considered while determining the cutoff.

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