- CET counselling to start on June 26
The CET counselling, as per schedule, will start on June 26. Announcing this at a press conference, Higher Education Minister D H Shankaramuthy and Medical Education Minister V S Acharya on Friday said there would be no postponement as the first session of counselling from June 26 to July 1 is for special categories, which are not linked with the ongoing talks.
CET solution: 60-40 for engg, 50-50 for medical
The CET impasse seems over. At least for this year. A week after CM Kumaraswamy constituted two committees to evolve a compromise formula for admissions, the government and the private college managements reached a consensus on seat ratio and fee structure for MBBS/BDS/BE/MBA/MCA courses for 2006-07.
The road to CET gets longer for govt
It is a long road for the government before the CET formula for admissions is finalised. Three days after CM H D Kumaraswamy constituted two committees to work out a compromise formula, the government has come to terms that the much-hyped CET 2006 Act must be buried, at least for this year.
- Shankaramurthy keen to resolve CET tangle
The government is planning to issue a second circular to all private professional colleges by May 31, urging them to join hands with the government colleges to put an end to the confusion in the minds of students and parents, Higher Education Minister D H Shankaramurthy said.
CET Cell receives 30 objections
The CET Cell has received 30 objections to the key answers for Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology CET papers. The CET Cell has received 30 objections to the key answers for Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology CET papers.
CET ranks may be decided by draw of lots
Consider this ! Could your Common Entrance Test (CET) Cell rank for admission to professional colleges end up being allotted by the draw of lots ?
- Four grace marks for maths in CET
Four grace marks will be awarded in Mathematics and two grace marks in Biology following wrong questions in the respective CET question papers.
CET case: Edu Ministers to press for Central law
arnataka Higher Education Minister D H Shankaramurthy today said he would lead a delegation of Education Ministers of Southern states to New Delhi to pressurise the Centre to bring in a legislation to regulate admissions to professional colleges.
CET faces near-death
Nearly 12 years after it was touted as the most transparent and fool-proof admission system in the country for professional colleges, the state Common Entrance Test (CET) has been reduced to nothing this year.
- CET issue: Opposition leaders meet on May 10
A meeting of Leaders of Opposition of both the Legislative Houses in Karnataka has been convened on May ten to solve the Common Entrance Test (CET) tangle, Higher Education Minister D H Shankaramurthy disclosed today.
Draft Rules for CET bill to be ready
Karnataka Higher Education Minister D H Shankarmurthy today said the draft rules for the Common Entrance Test Bill would be ready tomorrow and the government would take a final decision on it after holding discussions.
- Meeting on CET inconclusive
A meeting convened by Higher Education Minister D H Shankaramurthy to discuss CET-related issues raised in the legislature during the debate on the Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions (regulation of admission and determination of fee) Bill – 2006, remained inconclusive on Thursday. The meeting was convened following an assurance by Chief Minister H D Kumaaraswamy on the floor of the House that the issues raised by opposition members would be considered at an appropriate forum.
Comed-K prepones exam to May 28
Comed-K on Wednesday decided to change its entrance test date from May 30 to May 28. “This is due to non-availability of examination centres on May 30 in view of VTU exams,” a press release from Comed-K secretary S Kumar said.
- CET cell sends admission tickets
The Common Entrance Test (CET) Cell has commenced the process for dispatching CET-2006 admission tickets and the same is expected to reach all applicants by April 28. According to an official press release, Karnataka candidates who have applied through schools and colleges can collect their admission tickets from the principals of their respective schools and colleges on or before April 28.
Comed-K to form panel to decide on fees this year
The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (Comed-K) on Monday has decided to constitute an exclusive committee to look into the issue. The issue itself is quite complex. As per a recent high court direction, last year’s fees need to be continued this year. But last year, the managements and government had come to an out-of-court agreement for a three-tier differential fee structure providing for cross-subsidy in fees.
Nod for CET quota Bill
The Bill provides for reservation in professional colleges starting this year. With the governor’s assent, the state government will have to frame rules for the Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission And Determination of Fee) Bill 2006.
SC okays Comed-K PGCET counselling from today
The Supreme Court on Monday allowed Comed-K to go ahead with its counselling for P-G dental seats starting on Tuesday.
- DD to telecast coaching on CET to help rural students
- Karnataka Cabinet to resolve CET crisis soon
- CET Bill: all is not ‘fine’, fume colleges
- New norms for awarding ranks in CET
- Two committees to look into CET admissions: HDK
- CM to invite private college managements for a meeting to discuss seat sharing
- New eligibility norms for BE, MBBS courses
- Comed-K to bar RGUHS candidates
- Replay of CET trauma likely
- CET counselling to start on June 26
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