scorecardresearch
Follow Us:
Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Karnataka KCET Result 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: Rakshith M tops in Engineering, check merit list

Karnataka KCET Results 2020, KEA CET Result 2020 at kea.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in, cetonline.karnataka.gov.in HIGHLIGHTS: Around 1.95 lakh candidates who appeared in the CET exams can check their results at kea.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 21, 2020 9:22:03 pm
Karnataka Deputy CM and Higher Education Minister CN Ashwathnarayan announces KCET 2020 results in Bengaluru. Express Photo

Karnataka KCET Results 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: In just 21 days after the examination, the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) released the result for the Common Entrance Test (KCET) 2020 today. Over 1.53 lakh (1,53,470) students have qualified for engineering seats this year. The students qualified in other courses are, Agriculture- 1,27,627, Veterinary Sciences- 1,29,666, AYUSH- 1,29,611, Pharma- 1,55,552.

The candidates can check their results at the websiteskea.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in. As many as 1.75 lakh students appeared in the CET exams held on July 30 and 31.

Deputy Chief Minister C N Ashwathnarayan said that the counselling process will be held online this year considering the COVID-19 pandemic situation. The seat matrix ratio will also remain the same as it was last year. “While the 45:30:25 ratio will be continued, the government’s share will be 45 per cent, COMED-K and NRI/Management quota will share 30 and 25 per cent respectively,” officials clarified.

Karnataka KCET Results 2020 Live: Check update 

The students can check the result through the website– kea.kar.nic.in. Click on the download result link. Enter registration and roll number. The result will appear on the screen. Download and take a print out for further reference.

Live Blog

Karnataka KCET Results 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: Check merit list, counselling schedule, seat matrix, other details

20:32 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Meet toppers in Pharma courses

Sai Vivek P has secured rank 1 in Pharma courses, Sandeepan Naskar hold the second position, and Pawan S Gowda became third.

1 -Sai Vivek P

2 -Sandeepan Naskar

3 -Pawan S Gowda

4 -Aryan Mahalingappa Channal

5 -Sanjana K

6 -M Shashank Balaji

7 -Arnav Aiyappa P

8 -Varun Gowda A B

9 -MD Arbaaz Ahmed

10 -Gaureesha Kajampady

20:02 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Meet toppers in Engineering

Rank 1- Rakshith M

Rank 2- Shubhan R

Rank 3- M Shashank Balaji

Rank 4- Shashank P

Rank 5- Sandeepan Naskar

Rank 6- Nakul Abhay Bapat

Rank 7- S Srivas

Rank 8- Advaith Prasad Curpod

Rank 9- Gaureesha Kajampady

Rank 10- Deepit S Patil

19:58 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Rakshith M tops in Engineering

Rakshith M has topped in Engineering, while Shubhan R secured the second spot, and M Shashank Balaji hold the third position

17:45 (IST)21 Aug 2020
These students passed KCET

In KCET, as many as 1,27,627 students cleared the exam for agriculture courses while over 1.29 lakh passed the veterinary sciences paper, and in AYUSH and pharma subjects as many as 1,29,611 and 1,55,552 students cleared the exam. In engineering, as many as 1,53,470 students passed.

17:16 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Students who scored full marks

A total of 80 students scored full marks — 60 out of 60 — in Biology, in Chemistry three students scored full marks, however, no one scored full marks in physics and maths.

16:50 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Exam held amid social distance

KCET was conducted across 127 centres which include 75 new centres. Candidates were given the choice of selecting an exam centre. Further, social distancing was followed during the exam, as informed by the authorities.

16:41 (IST)21 Aug 2020
KCET 2020 result out: What next?

Candidates will have yo undergo document verification. This year, the entire process will be held digitally. Candidates can apply for document verification from September 2 onwards. From September 2 to 3, candidates having rank from 1 to 2000 will be allowed followed by those till rank 7000 from September 4 to 6. The rounds will go one till September 27 which will cover students obtaining the last rank.

16:01 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Steps to check KCET result

The students can check the result through the websites– kea.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in. Click on the download result link. Enter registration and roll number. The result will appear on the screen. Download and take a print out for further reference.

15:17 (IST)21 Aug 2020
When to apply for for document verification

Candidates can apply for document verification from September 2 onwards. From September 2 to 3, candidates having rank from 1 to 2000 will be allowed followed by those till rank 7000 from September 4 to 6. The rounds will go one till September 27 which will cover students obtaining the last rank.

14:28 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Fastest so far!

This year, despite the pandemic, the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has announced the result in record time. The result was announced 21 days after conducting the exam. The fastest so far was 25 days. The KCET result was to be released on August 20 which was later postponed to be released today due to “technical” reasons. It is still the fastest declaration so far despite the delay

13:38 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Kodagu tops among districts

Kodagu has topped among districts in Engineering with a pass percentage of 94.73 per cent. Vijaypura has scored low with a pass percentage of 82.98 per cent

12:57 (IST)21 Aug 2020
How to check KCET result

The students can check the result through the websites- kea.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in. Click on the download result link. Enter registration and roll number. The result will appear on the screen. Download and take a print out for further reference.

12:56 (IST)21 Aug 2020
KCET result available online

The result of Karnataka Common Entrance Test (CET 2020) is now available online. The candidates can check their results at the websites- kea.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in

12:51 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Candidates with COVID-19 secure good ranks

"Two candidates who were asymptomatic and COVID-19 positive have bagged good ranks - Rank 214, and Rank 615," Karnataka Dy CM says. 63 Candidates who were positive had taken the exams on July 30, 31 

12:44 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Full marks! 60 out of 60

A total of 80 students scored full marks (60 out of 60) in Biology, Chemistry- 3. However, no one scored full marks in Physics and Maths.

12:37 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Over 1.53 lakh qualify for engineering seats

A total of 1,53,470 students have qualified for engineering seats. The students qualified in other courses are, Agriculture- 1,27,627, Veterinary Sciences- 1,29,666, AYUSH- 1,29,611, Pharma- 1,55,552.

12:30 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Steps to check KCET result

The students can check the result through the website- kea.kar.nic.in. Click on the download result link. Enter registration and roll number. The result will appear on the screen. Download and take a print out for further reference 

12:27 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Over 1.75 lakh students took KCET 2020

As many as 1,75,349 students out of the total 1,94,419 candidates who registered for KCET appeared for the test 

12:25 (IST)21 Aug 2020
'Result announcement fastest till date'

"Exams were held on Varamahalakshmi festival day, the results are declared on Gowri Habba Day," Ashwathnarayan, who is also in charge of the Higher Education Department says. This is the fastest time frame in which results have been announced (21 days). The fastest before this was 25 days, he adds

12:20 (IST)21 Aug 2020
Press conference begins

Karnataka Common Entrance Test results to be announced soon. Deputy Chief Minister and Higher Education Minister C N Ashwathanarayan begins press conference with festival wishes. "Special wishes of the Gowri-Ganesha festival to all," he says

KCET Result 2020 KCET Result 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: The CET result is available at kea.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in. Representational image/ designed by Gargi Singh

KCET Result 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: The CET exams were held on July 30 and 31 maintaining the social distancing guidelines. According to statistics shared by the Karnataka Examinations Authority, the physics paper was attended by 1,75,428 candidates (90.23 per cent of those enrolled) while 1,75,337 (90.10 per cent) attended the chemistry test. The same for biology and mathematics was 79.90 per cent and 91.92 per cent respectively.

Explaining the fee structures, Deputy CM said, “In one of the compositions, it has been decided to fix a fee of is Rs. 65,360 for CET students and Rs. 1,43,748 for COMED-K students. In another composition, for CET students it would be Rs. 58,808 and RS. 2,01,960 for COMED-K students.”

X