KEA KCET Mock / Real Allotment results 2016 Engineering, MBBS

The Karnataka Common Entrance Test is a common test for the filling of various engineering, medical as well as pharmacy seats in the state of Karnataka, which is conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority. This page will give details about Mock allotment and real allotment results 2016 for all courses. Check the dates of results declaration from below, on this date you can check the KEA official website.

The Karnataka examination authority (KEA) conducts the procedure for the distribution of the seats available in a very fair way. First of all it provides the option entry, in which students are supposed to fill their choices. The mock seat allotment is made soon after this. After this is done, students can get to know the seats that they will be allotted as per current choices. They can make changes of they wish. The mock seat allotment results are now due to declared within a few days. The exact date for the release of the mock seat allotment results can be checked on the official web portal of the KEA.

Important Dates

  • Mock Allotment result announcing date – 28/06/2016
  • Real Allotment result – 01/07/2016

 

After the final Allotment results have been declared, no further changes can be made and the admission fees shall be paid for claiming the seat that has been allotted. This should be done well before the last date to avoid any complications. The rules regarding this are also mentioned on the official website. It makes necessary for every student to be updated regarding he proceedings.

KCET MOCK ALLOTMENT RESULTS

When the KEA mock seat allotment results are announced, students should carefully decide that whether they wish to make any sort of changes. If a necessity is felt to make any change in the options previously selected, then this should be done before the final results are declared. Every detail should be filled properly only after carefully reading all the instructions as mentioned.

Click here for KCET Mock Allotment results for Engineering, medical and other courses

 

The seat allotment will be completely on the basis of merit. Failure to secure a seat or to get a seat as per the preference should not be considered to be a disheartening event. With better preparations, a better rank and this preferred seat can be attained in the next trial. For any further information students should contact the KEA and get to know the necessary details. The lack of knowledge and procedure should not lead to any student loosing the seat inspite of him/her deserving one.

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