The Common Entrance Test (CET) rankings were released by the Karnataka Examinations Authority on Friday.
Of the 1.92 lakh candidates, 1.46 lakh are eligible for engineering and technology courses, 1.13 lakh for agriculture, 1.15 lakh for veterinary courses and 1.47 lakh for B.Pharma and D. Pharma courses.
The top five ranks for the engineering courses have been secured by Shridhar Dodamani from Excellent P.U. Science College, Vijayapura; Narayan Pai from Sharada Independent PU College, Dakshina Kannada; Debarsho Sannyasi from Jindal Vidya Mandir, Ballari; Tuhin Girinath from Narayana E-Techno School, Bengaluru; and Aneeta James, National Public School, Bengaluru.
For the agriculture courses, the top five rank holders are: Shridhar Dodamani; Saikumar R. Sadhunavar from Chetan Inspendent PU College, Hubballi-Dharwad; Mahima Krishna from VVS Sardar Patel PU College, Bengaluru; S.R. Apuroopa from Sankalpa PU College, Ballari; and Shreyas S. from Presidency PU College, Bengaluru.
The top scorers for veterinary courses are: Vineet Megur from Expert PU College Valachil, Mangaluru; S.R. Apuroopai; Adithya Chidananda Eswhwarla from Sri Kumaran Children's Home, Bengaluru; Vaishnavi P.J. from Expert PU College, Valachil; and Shreyas S..
The top five ranks for B.Pharma/ D.Pharma courses have been secured by Tuhin Girinath; Aneeta James; M. Yogesh Madhava Reddy from Bengaluru's Narayana E-Techno School; Debarsho Sannyasi; and Narayan Pai.
The results were released by Additional Chief Secretary V. Manjula and Principal Secretary, Higher Education, Rajkumar Khatri.
Mr. Khatri said the verification of documents would begin from June 5. It would be held in 16 centres across the State.