DCET schedule for second, final rounds out

According to the timetable, the seat matrix and fee details will be published on Tuesday.

Published: 30th January 2023 09:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th January 2023 09:55 AM   |  A+A-


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By Express News Service

BENGALURU: The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has released the schedule for the second and final rounds of the Diploma Common Entrance Test (DCET). 

According to the timetable, the seat matrix and fee details will be published on Tuesday. Option entry will begin on Tuesday 31 at 11 am and end at 11 am on February 2, while the second round seat allotment results will be published on February 2, at 6 pm. 

Fee payment and downloading of admission orders will be available from February 3. The last day for reporting to the college is between February 3 and 7. Candidates are participating by holding the seat allotted to them during the first round, and the KEA advised the candidates to choose an option better than their allotted seats, as when they choose their options, the new options will replace their old seats.

KEA stated the previously allotted seat will be added to the seat matrix for other eligible candidates once the candidate is allotted a new seat in the second round. Once the option entry is completed, the seat allotment during the first round will be considered as their last option.

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