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JKCET 2018 Admit Card: Jammu & Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (JAKBOPEE) Conducts the Jammu & Kashmir Common Entrance Test ( JKCET ) every year. This year also JAKBOPEE is conducting the JKCET 2018 for all those students who want to get admission in different courses. JKCET 2018 will be conducted in March 2018 . To participate in the JKCET 2018, all the students are requested to bring the JKCET admit card / hall ticket to the exam center, without valid admit card no candidates will be allowed to appear in the JKCET 2018. So all the candidates are requested to download the JKCET 2018 admit card so that they can participate in JKCET 2018. JKCET Admit Card 2018 will contain all the important information regarding Venue of Exam center, address of examination center, time of entrance test .
Note : No admit card or Hall Ticket will be sent offline via post so all the candidates are requested to download the JKCET 2018 admit card / hall ticket online. You can download the JKCET 2018 admit form here.

JKCET 2018 Admit Card Date

22nd March 2018 (Expected)

 

JKCET 2018 Admit Card Website

www.jakbopee.org
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