Karnataka Religious & Linguistic Minority Professional Colleges Association. But, in short it is known as KMCA - Karnataka Minority Colleges Association. This association conducts Under Graduate and Post Graduate Entrance Test every year to fill its share of seats. Member institutions of KRLMPCA have more share of seats than that of COMEDK institutions. KMCA entrance test, publication of test score and rank list will be followed by a centralised counselling. Theses processes are modeled on COMEDK CET. After AICTE, MCI and DCI approve the intake (number of seats) for various colleges every year, the COMEDK, the KMCA and the Government share the seats. This is called as the government - private seat sharing ratio. After this seat sharing, KMCA fills its share of seats by its UGET or PGET as the case may be.
- Medical / Dental: Candidates should have passed II PUC /10 + 2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry Biology and English with 50% marks in aggregate in PCB.
- Engineering: Candidates should have passed II PUC / 10 + 2 or equivalent with Physics, Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry / Bio Technology / Computer Science / Biology / Electronics as optional subjects with English as one of the languages of study and obtained an aggregate of minimum 45% in the optional subjects.
Application forms can be obtained from the Association Office or could be downloaded from the website. Downloaded application form should accompany with a DD of Rs.1000/- in favour of KRLMCPA payable at Bangalore. The candidates while submitting the application form should enclose a self addressed envelope (28cms X 12 cms) without stamps for dispatching of admission ticket. Address should be written in full legibly preferably typed. Those who fail to receive Admission Ticket by 10th May, 2007 should contact Association Office immediately. The Chief Examiner would arrange for issuance of duplicate ticket with a fine of Rs.100/- on production of photocopy of DD or the application form.
The question papers of the UG ET 2008 will be mostly based on the First and Second PUC syllabi prescribed by the Department of Pre-University Education of Karnataka State.
The admission will be given to candidate as per the candidate cut off score and the candidates eligibility.
Test CentersThe Candidates should select one of the following centers which would be the center for the Test and it should be entered on the Application Form:
The Exams are conducted in the month of April.