"The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will conduct the KCET 2022 document verification process from 5 August on the official website."
KCET 2022 Document Verification: The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will tentatively conduct the document verification process from 5 August 2022. The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) will release the KCET 2022 document verification schedule on its official website. Thus, candidates must note that the KCET counselling process begins with the verification of documents. In addition, KEA conducts KCET counselling both in offline and online modes.
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Important Guidelines for Document Verification
Here are some essential points that one must consider for KCET 2022 document verification:
- Candidates should get their documents verified in the helpline centres only. These helpline centres must be present in the native districts of the candidates.
- Additionally, they need to verify their original documents.
- One or more disciplines: Document verification will take place at once for all the disciplines to which the candidate is eligible. Suppose the candidate qualifies for more than one discipline, such as ISM & H, B-Pharm and Pharm-D, Medical/Dental, etc. In that case, the verification of documents for all the disciplines will be done simultaneously.
- Multiple ranks: The candidates who obtain multiple ranks can visit the helpline centre on the scheduled date as per their higher ranks, either in medical/veterinary/ISMH/engineering/architecture courses. In this case, they need not go to the centres again for other ranks in other disciplines.
- Applicants must not attend the document verification process depending on their Agriculturist Quota Rank (Practical Rank).
- Students must provide all the required documents at the helpline centre. Moreover, they should also submit one set of gazetted officer-attested photocopies and two passport-size photographs.
- Authorities will only consider all candidates deemed eligible after verification for entry of seat allotment options.
- As per the schedule, candidates must personally appear at the helpline centre for document verification.
- Suppose the candidate did not receive the original marks card for the qualifying exam for 2022 from the respective boards. In that case, they must get the principal’s signature from the institute where they passed the 2nd PU / 12th Standard exam on the provisional marks card. Officials will not accept the printouts of marked statements downloaded from the Internet.
- Each day after verification, KEA will post details of eligible candidates on its website http://kea.kar.nic.in.
Also Read: KCET Toppers 2022 List
Documents Checklist for KCET 2022 Counselling Process
Candidates must carry all the original documents as well as attested photocopies for verification as per the sequence shown below:
- A printout of the KCEt 2022 Online Application Form.
- Original challan copy as proof of fee payment for KCET 2022 application.
- KCET 2022 Admission Ticket.
- SSLC/10th Grade Marks Card.
- 2nd PUC/12th Grade Marks Card.
- Study certificate countersigned by the respective BEO / DDPI.
- Two latest passport-size photos.
Here is the list of some additional documents. Applicants can present these documents “only if applicable.”
- Income Certificate received from respective Tahsildar to claim Supernumerary Quota seats.
- 1st grade to 10th grade Kannada Medium Study Certificate counter authorized by the respective BEO for the students claiming Kannada Medium reservation benefits.
- 1st grade to 10th-grade Rural Study Certificate counter authorized by the respective BEO and a Verification Certificate (required only for GM Candidates).
- Caste Certificate / Caste Income Certificate / Income Certificate received from the respective Tahsildar for the students claiming reservation benefits.
- Candidates claiming reservation for Hyderabad-Karnataka Region (Article 371 (j)) need to provide the Certificate (eligibility certificate–rule 3(3)) issued by the concerned Assistant Commissioner at the time of document verification.
- Parent’s study certificate / Parent’s Domicile certificate / Parent’s Hometown certificate/Parent’s Marks Card/Parent’s Employment certificate / Parent’s Cumulative Record, etc., for the students claiming eligibility for Government seats on the basis of the domicile/study/employment of the parents.
- An affidavit that is duly sworn in by a candidate claiming eligibility under the Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga clauses.
- An identity card that is issued by the Jurisdictional Deputy Commissioner / Rehabilitation Commissioner/ District Magistrate for the students claiming eligibility for Government seats under Jammu & Kashmiri Migrants quota.
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