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Do's and Dont's after Karnataka DCET Mock Allotment 2021

Abhik Das
Abhik DasUpdated On: December 28, 2021 07:41 am IST | Karnataka DCET

The following short article discusses the "Do's and Dont's" for the candidates after the KEA officials declare the Karnataka DCET 2021 mock allotment result on their official website. The Karnataka DCET mock allotment result for 2021 has been released on 28th December.

Dos and Dont's After Karnataka DCET 2021 Mock Allotment

Through the Karnataka DCET 2021 mock allotment, the candidates will find out about the actual Karnataka DCET 2021 seat allotment process. Through the mock allotment process of Karnataka DCET 2021, the candidates will get to know about certain important aspects like the college option editing process. During the mock allotment process, the candidates might get allocated their first choice or the last choice. Thus, the candidates must be well-versed with certain “Do’s and Dont’s” regarding the Karnataka DCET mock allotment process mentioned in pointers in the sections below. The candidates are requested to go through the pointers given below for a comprehensive understanding of the things they should do and don’t after the KEA officials declare the mock allotment result for Karnataka DCET 2021

Do's of Karnataka DCET 2021 Mock Allotment

Here is the suggestive list of activities that can be followed after checking the mock allotment -

  • Check if your mock allotment matches with the first option you provided during the choice-filling process
  • You do not have to modify the choices further if your mock allotment matches with the first option you provided during the choice-filling process
  • If your mock allotment result is for the second/third/fourth/lower option (rather than the first choice), check the Karnataka DCET 2022 mock allotment cutoff for the college you chose as the first option. Check the past years' Karnataka DCET cutoff of the particular college as well. Check to see if your Karnataka DCET rank corresponds to the sample cutoff and the previous year's closing rank of the particular college, category, and course. Edit the college selections based on your observations
  • If you did not obtain an allocation based on your initial choice in the mock round, identify the first five colleges you picked in the choices form. Check out all five of these universities' mock round cutoffs and prior year's closing ranks. If your Karnataka DCET rank does not correspond to any of the college cutoff/closing ranks, you must adjust the settings appropriately. Select the universities that fall within your rank range based on the simulated cutoff and change the choice entry form

Here is the suggestive list of activities that the candidates must refrain from after checking the mock allotment result -

  • Kindly forbid from making any changes in the options if your mock allotment matches with the first option you provided during the choice-filling process
  • Please refrain from modifying the options before going through the previous years’ closing ranks and mock round cutoff scores
  • If you are vying for admission into a particular course, please keep that particular course in the priority offered by the colleges of your choice. In this case, only submit the college options after you have crosschecked the course priority number more than once
  • Do not share your CET number and other candidate credentials with others

Note: As most of the candidates might edit choices after the mock allotment, the actual seat allotment may vary/ change. 

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