DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Government of Karnataka
The common admission to 1st year Diploma for Government / Aided Polytechnics and for private polytechnics who have surrendered their seats will be conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority, Bangalore(KEA) in co-ordination with Department Of Technical Education (DTE) for the Year 2015-16. The original documents will be returned after verification, from the “Document Verification Cum OnLine Application Submission Centres/Option Entry Help Centres “
The eligible candidates merit list will be announced in the KEA & DTE websites www.kea.kar.nic.in & www.dte.kar.nic.in respectively. The seat allotment will be announced in KEA & DTE websites www.kea.kar.nic.in & www.dte.kar.nic.in as per schedule. All candidates should refer the KEA & DTE websites www.kea.kar.nic.in & www.dte.kar.nic.in for information brochure, seat matrix, option entry schedules of various rounds of seat allotment.
NOTE: These Instructions are issued based on prevailing Admissions Rules & Regulations of the Government.
The candidate must be a citizen of India
a) For Engineering Courses: should have passed Karnataka S.S.L.C or equivalent examination by securing 35% marks in aggregate;
b) For Sound Recording and Cinematography Courses should have passed Karnataka P.U.C- II (PCM) or Equivalent Examination by securing 35% marks in aggregate.
c) For Non-Engineering Courses:(1) Commercial Practice and Apparel Design & Fabrication Technology/Modern office Management Should have passed Karnataka S.S.L.C or Equivalent Examination by securing 35% marks in aggregate. (2) Library Science and Information Management Should have passed Karnataka P.U.C-II or Equivalent examination by securing 35% marks in aggregate. Also, for both Engineering & Non-Engineering, the candidate should have completed atleast five full academic years of study in Karnataka between 1st Standard and qualifying.
i. GIRL STUDENTS: Thirty percent (30%) of seats are reserved for Girl Students in all Government / Aided Polytechnics(Co-Education) in respective categories.
ii. KANNADA MEDIUM STUDENTS : Five percent (5%) of seats have been reserved in Government and Aided Polytechnics in the state in favour of candidates who have studied for 10 full academic years inKannada medium from 1st standard to 10th standard in any recognised Institution located in.
iii. RURAL STUDENTS: Twenty five percent (25%) of seats are reserved for the students who have studied for 10 full academic years in rural areas as mentioned in general instructions.
iv. Physically Disabled Students: Three percent (3%) of seats are reserved in all Government /Aided Polytechnics in respective courses. (See ANNEXURE-VIII)
v. SUPERNUMERARY QUOTA: The AICTE has introduced the Supernumerary Quota in all Govt./Aided/Private Polytechnics. Five percent (5%) of the seats in each Polytechnic and in each course will be reserved as Supernumerary
As per the seat matrix which will be issued by the Government, Seat Allotment will be made by following the Roster System based on the Merit / Rank of the candidate and based on priority of options entered by the candidates. (choice-1, choice-2, choice-3 & choice-4) which he desires or can do the same by using the facilities at the nearest “DOCUMENT VERIFICATION CUM ONLINE APPLICATION SUBMISSION CENTRES & OPTION ENTRY HELP CENTERS”.
After verifying the seat allotment results, the candidates can take the decisions as detailed below:
i. The candidates have to confirm themselves about their seat allotment in the first round. If the candidate is satisfied with the allotted seat, then exercise Choice-1 on the KEA web-portal.
ii. If the candidate feels that the seat allotted to him / her in the first round is acceptable and pays the prescribed admission fee for the allotted seat but wishes to participate in the next round for higher order options above the seat allotted, then exercise Choice-2 on the KEA web-portal.
iii. If the candidate is not satisfied with the allotted seat in the first round but wishes to participate in the next round for better options, then exercise Choice-3 on the KEA web-portal.
iv. If the candidate is not satisfied with the allotted seat in the first round and also not interested to participate in any rounds as the candidate has got seat elsewhere, then exercise Choice-4 on the KEA web-portal. For candidates who do not excerise any of the above Choices within the stipulated time, the software will automatically consider Choice-3 and cancel the seat allotted and allows the candidates to participate in the subsequent round.