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Karnataka KCET Result 2021 declared: How to check

Karnataka KCET Result 2021: The result is available at kea.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in by 4 pm. The counselling is expected to commence by the first week of October 2021. 

The students can check the result through the website– kea.kar.nic.in. File.

Karnataka KCET Result 2021: The results of the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET 2021) has been announced today i.e September 20. The result is available at kea.kar.nic.inkarresults.nic.in by 4 pm, reports suggest. The counselling is expected to commence by the first week of October 2021.

Meghan HK from Pramati Hill View Academy, Mysuru has secured the top position in the engineering exam. Premankur Chakraborty from Bangalore has secured the second rank, followed by BS Anirudh from Bangalore at third rank.

A total of 70,888 boys and 85022 girls had appeared for Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS) exam while 90,601 boys and 92630 girls had appeared for the engineering entrance exam this year. For BSc (Agricultural) entrance exam, a total of 70,792 boys and 84968 girls had appeared.

The students can check the result through the website. Click on the download result link. Enter registration and roll number. The result will appear on the screen. Download and take a printout for further reference.

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As many as 2,01,834 candidates had registered for KCET-2021 held on August 28 and 29, out of which 1,62,439 (80.48 per cent) candidates appeared for biology, and 1,89,522 (93.90 per cent) candidates appeared for mathematics. The attendance for physics and chemistry tests, as noted by KEA, was 1,93,588 (95.91 per cent) and 1,93,522 (95.88 per cent) respectively.

KCET 2021 was held at 86 centres located in the city of Bengaluru and 444 centres outside Bengaluru. The Kannada language test For Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates was held at six locations — Bidar, Belagavi, Vijaypura, Ballari, Mangalore, and Bangalore, for which 1682 candidates had registered.

Last year, a total of 80 students scored full marks — 60 out of 60 — in biology, while in chemistry three students scored full marks. However, no student had obtained full marks in physics and maths.

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In the entrance exam for undergraduate courses, a total of 1,27,627 students cleared the exam for agriculture courses, while over 1.29 lakh clearing the veterinary sciences paper.

First published on: 20-09-2021 at 10:47 IST
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