Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations conducts Common Entrance Test, JK CET, as per the rules and regulations of Government of Jammu & Kashmir. Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations Common Entrance Test is also known as BPEE CET. It is held for admission in various undergraduate and postgraduate professional courses in the state.
Eligibility Criteria for J&K BPEE CET
The candidates must be permanent residents of Jammu & Kashmir as defined in Section 6 of the Constitution of the J&K.
- The applicants must have passed their Higher Secondary or equivalent examination from a recognized board/university. He / she must have scored a minimum of 50% marks (45% in case of SC/ST) in aggregate.
- The candidate must have passed their 10+2 level of examination with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, as elective subjects in case of admission to MBBS, BDS, BVSC & AH, Physiotherapy, BUMS, BAMS, B Sc Nursing, B Sc Rehabilitation Therapy, B Sc Fisheries, B Sc Radiation Science, B Sc Operation Theater Technology, B Sc Medical Lab Technology and B Sc medical Technology courses.
- The candidate must have passed their 10+2 examination with English, Physics, Chemistry and Math or Biology as their elective subjects in case of admission to B Sc Agriculture, B Sc Horticulture, B Sc Sericulture, B Tech Agriculture and B Sc Forestry.
- The candidate must have passed their 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as their elective subjects in case of admission to Bachelor of Engineering courses.
- For B Sc in Physiotherapy and BAMS a reserved category candidate must have at least 45% marks in 10+2 level of examination.
Postgraduate Diploma Courses
Candidate must be a permanent resident of Jammu & Kashmir as defined in Section 6 of the Constitution of the J&K. He/she must have passed Matric or equivalent examination from a recognized Board or University with Science and Mathematics subjects. Candidate must have scored a minimum of 40% marks (37% marks in case of reserved categories) in aggregate. In case of non-state subjects, candidates must have passed 10th class examination with 40% of marks along with Science and Math subjects.