The cutoff score to get a seat in veterinary college for an unreserved category students depends on the state of domicile & choice of college
But even in the worst scenario, it should not exceed more than 360 ie 50%.
The reason behind low cut off is quite clear that almost all of the students who appeared want to join Mbbs course, so the demand of veterinary is not that high.
Karnataka Common Entrance Exam ( Karnataka CET) conduct own entrance test (Karnataka CET Exam) every year for admission to Medical, Dental and Engineering Courses in Professional Colleges within the State of Karnataka. Non-Karnataka students (students not eligible to be considered in the Karnataka quota) cannot appear for the CET. They can only appear for the COMEDK examination.
The Karnataka CET will be conducted in the month of May every year.The score will be valid for 1 year only.
Every year a minimum score is decided by the controlling bodies of the exam
The minimum score is called as Karnataka CET Cutoff Marks. The candidates who score above this cutoff will be included in the merit list.
General OPH: 45%
Karnataka CET Cutoff for OBC/SC/ST: 40%
The candidates have to score at least the above specified marks to be included in the merit list