KCET 2021 result: Know how scores are calculated

Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will release the KCET result 2021 by September 20. Know how KCET scores are calculated here.

KCET 2021 result: Know how scores are calculated
Ritu Tripathi | Sep 6, 2021 - 12:28 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will be releasing the KCET 2021 result by September 20 at the official website - cetonline.karnataka.gov.in, according to an IndiaTv report. Candidates will be able to check their KCET results 2021 using their registration number.

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KCET result 2021 will include the details of the subject-wise scores, total scores and ranks of the candidates. The process of calculating KCET 2021 scores can be checked below to have an idea of how scores will be allotted to the candidates.

KCET result 2021: Know how scores are calculated

The authorities will prepare the KCET 2021 result on the basis of marks secured by the candidates in the exam. KCET 2021 Mathematics exam was held on August 28 and the KCET Physics and Chemistry exams were held in separate shifts on August 29. The authorities will add the scores of all three subjects to calculate the total scores of the candidates for engineering.

Since the KCET 2021 exam for each subject was held in the same shift, no normalization of the scores will be done. For KCET pharmacy, the scores of candidates in Biology, Physics, and Chemistry will be added to determine the total score.

Candidates should note there are no minimum qualifying marks for KCET 2021. The authorities will prepare the KCET 2021 merit list/rank list of the candidates on the basis of KCET results only.

Objections against KCET 2021 result

Candidates should note that in case of any error in the KCET results 2021, candidates will be able to raise objections against it. The objections to the KCET result 2021 can be raised in only the defined cases of change in qualifying exam marks, missing KCET rank and incorrectly marked version code of KCET 2021 question paper.

If a candidate finds an error in any of the above details, he/she can submit the objections against the KCET 2021 result in person or through ‘Speed Post’ to the KEA within three days of the declaration of results.

Candidates who will be shortlisted on the basis of KCET ranks 2021 will be eligible for participating in the counselling process.

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