Over the last three decades, eye gaze has become an important modality of text entry in large and small display digital devices covering people with disabilities beside the able-bodied. Despite of many tools being developed, issues like minimizing dwell time, visual search time and interface area, eye-controlled mouse movement stability etc. are still points of concern in making any gaze typing interface more user friendly, accurate and robust. In this paper, we propose EyeK, a gaze-based text entry system which diminishes dwell time and favors to mitigate visual search time. Performance evaluation shows that proposed interface achieves on an average 15% higher text entry rate over the existing interfaces. As designed, the proposed interface can effortlessly be suited in medium-sized display devices like Tablet PC, PDA etc. Also, the developed system can be used by the people with motor disabilities.