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JKCET 2017 Eligibility

The online application process for JKCET 2017 will begin from 27 February, 2017. The Applications will be accepted till 27 March, 2017. The candidates have to pay an application fee of Rs. 800/- while applying for JKCET. The Exam will be conducted in the month of May 2017. Check JKCET 2017 Registration

The Candidates applying for JKCET 2017 should have completed their 10+2 with a minimum of 50%. Candidates appearing for their final exam are also eligibile to apply. Such candidates should present the proof of their completion of qualifying exam during Admission. In Absence of which, their candidature willl be cancelled.

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JKCET 2017 Eligibility Criteria

Only candidates who are permanent resident of Jammu and Kashmir State are eligible to apply for JK CET 2017. He or she must have passed Higher Secondary Examination (HSC or 10+2) or an equivalent examination from a recognized board or university. An Open Merit candidate is required to score minimum 50% (40% for reserved category candidate) aggregate marks in Higher Secondary Examination (HSC).

Minimum Educational Qualification

To get admission into Bachelors of Technology (B. Tech) course, the candidates must have passed the qualifying examination with English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as their main subjects. To get admission into Medical courses such as MBBS, BDS, Physiotherapy and BAMS/BUMS, the candidates must have passed the qualifying examination with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology as their main subjects.

The students appearing or appeared in qualifying examination (HSC) are also eligible to apply for JKCET 2017. But the students have to submit their original mark sheets at the time of counselling, if they got selected. In case a student is not able to achieve the minimum percentage of marks in the qualifying examination, then he or she will not be considered for the admission process.

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Age Criteria

The minimum age of the candidate must be 17 years on or before December 31, 2017, if he or she wants to apply for Medical courses such as MBBS, BDS, Physiotherapy and BAMS/BUMS. Any candidate born on or after January 2, 2000 is not eligible to apply for JKCET 2017. The age of the candidate will be considered on the basis of the Date of Birth mentioned in the matriculation certificate of the candidate.

Eligibility Criteria for Open Merit Candidates

Open Merit candidates are those candidates who have registered themselves under TFW or P&B category. Candidates who want to take admission into MBBS and BDS courses must have passed main subjects English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology independently in 10+2 examination. He or she must have scored minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in qualifying examination. Moreover, a candidate needs to achieve minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in JKCET 2017 to appear in the merit list prepared by the competent authority.

Eligibility Criteria for Reserved Category Candidates (SC/ST/Other Backward Classes)

A reserved category must score minimum 40% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in 10+2 examination. Furthermore, a student is required to score minimum 40% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in JKCET 2017 to appear in the merit list. Eligibility criteria for Reserved Category students are in the compliance with the provisions of Reservation Rules and MCI/DCI Regulations.


Reservation in JKCET 2017

The reservation rules are applicable only in government-funded colleges, unless specified by a private college. Percentage of seats allocated to each category is mentioned below in the table- Reservation Criteria for applicants seeking admission to various professional courses in Jammu and Kashmir State

Open Merit (OM)Scheduled Tribe, Kargil District (STK)Residents of Area Adjoining Actual Line of Control (ALC)Children of State Police Personnel and Paramilitary Forces (JKPM)
Scheduled Caste (SC)Other Scheduled Tribes (STO)Children of Defense Personnel (CDP)Poor and Backward Families (P&B)
Scheduled Tribe, Gujjar &Bakerwal (STGB)Weak and Under Privileged Classes, Social Castes (OSC)(State Subjects only)Tuition fee Waiver Scheme (TFW)
Scheduled Tribe, Leh District (STL)Residents of Backward Area (RBA)Candidates possessing outstanding proficiency in Sports (SP)TFW and P&B

If a Reserved Category Certificate submitted by the candidate is found to be invalid, then he or she will be considered as an Open Merit Candidate. No notice in this regard will be given by the competent authority. Reserved Category Certificate submitted by the candidate that is already expired or is still under process will not be accepted in any situation.

If a Reserved Category Certificate is valid at the time of application, but expires before the JKCET Counselling Process, then in that case he or she has to get the certificate renewed on or before the date of counselling. You have to mention only one reserved category even if you belong to more than one reserved category. Fill the category details properly as a candidate will not be allowed to change the category option once selected at any stage. The category code provided by the candidate at the relevant serial number of the application number will be taken into consideration.

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Central Pool Seats

The details of Central Pool seats are received by BOPEE from different ministries every year. The seats will be allocated to the candidates on the basis of the merit.  Only those candidates who have qualified JK CET 2017 will be considered for allotment of seats under Central Pool Category. The details of Central Pool seats are given below in the table:-

CategoryDocuments requiredDesignated AuthorityAuthenticating Authority
Ward of Families where a direct member of the family has been killed in acts of terrorism or cross firing or in firing by armed forces in fighting terrorism.Post Mortem Report, FIR, Death Certificate.Hospital Concerned and SHO Countersigned by SSP ConcernedPrincipal Secretary/Commissioner Secretary to Government Department of Home Affairs
Ward of individuals whose lives are at risk due to their assignment mainly related to fighting acts of terrorism; Ward of individuals who are in the direct hit list of terrorist organizations is given addition weightage.Certificate of threat Perception.DIG (CID) on the basis of the report received through proper channel started by the concerned SHO.Principal Secretary/Commissioner Secretary to Government Department of Home Affairs
Ward of families both Muslims and non-Muslims who have migrated from Kashmir due to the present situation and have lost their source of revenue including their business or property.Certificate of Migration, loss of property, Business and livelihood.Migrant certificate from the Concerned Relief Commissioner and supporting documents.Principal Secretary/Commissioner Secretary to Government Department of Home Affairs

Affidavit that no other member of the family has got benefit of this category’ is to be submitted by the candidates seeking admission through Central Pool seats.


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