The wait is finally over for the aspirants who had filled the application form for the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) as the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has released the KCET 2020 admit card. The conducting body of KCET 2020, KEA, confirmed the release of admit card on 17 July, 2020.
The aspirants who had completed the procedure of filling out the application form can download to the admit card by visiting the website – cetonline.karnataka.gov.in and filling out the particulars. KCET is conducted every year through pen and paper (offline) mode to admit students in the various engineering colleges under the Karnataka state government. This year, the exam was delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic, but now KEA is all set to conduct examinations on 30th July and 31st July 2020 in 129 centers across India.
How to Download KCET 2020 Admit Card?
1. Visit the official website – kea.kar.nic
2. Click on the CET admit card link under the “Flash News” section on the home page.
3. Enter your “Application Number” and the “Date of Birth” on the following page.
4. Verify the details and click on the “Submit” button.
5. KCET admit card 2020 will be opened.
6. Download and save a copy of the admit card for further use.
Important Things to Remember
1. The last date to download the admit card is 28-07-2020 5:30 IST.
2. The photograph and signature of the candidate will be matched during frisking. In case of any discrepancy, the candidature shall be deemed cancelled.
3. Students are advised to check for errors thoroughly to avoid future confusion.
4. Do not forget to carry the hall ticket on the day of examination.
In case there is a discrepancy or the images are not clear, candidates must contact the services number and email address provided by KEA which are listed below:
Executive Director, Karnataka Examinations Authority,
Tel :080 – 23 460 460.
E-mail: [email protected]
Candidates are advised to follow up with a detailed email explaining to the authorities regarding the discrepancy, in case the help line numbers aren’t functional.