Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said that the admissions to all professional courses through Common Entrance Test would be smoother, transparent and probably cheaper from next year and there will be no mess, reports TOI.
CM said the government will implement the provisions of a 2006 law to regulate admission and determine the fee structure in private medical, dental and engineering colleges by December.
Karnataka CET chaos over and will go smooth now: Siddaramaiah. Further he clears, “We will ensure all laws are in place before the process of the next Common Entrance Test (CET) starts. We’ll end the trauma that students face during admissions, making clear his intent to implement the Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Determination of Fee) Act, 2006.
It means that, Government intends to implement new-look CET by year end. If that happens, students benefit in many ways Fee for general-merit student or a reservation-category student will be uniform, but different for each college.
Besides, there will be no Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (ComedK) exams or quota.