Private and Deemed Universities cancel their Medical & Dental Entrance Exams. A number of private medical entrance tests for admission to medical and dental programs have been cancelled or postponed by the Universities following the Supreme Court’s order
COMEDK cancels its Medicine Test UGET 2016 The COMEDK has cancelled its entrance test COMEDK UGET 2016 supposed to be conducted for admission to undergraduate medical courses. The Supreme Court clarified on Friday that no examination will be considered valid… Continue Reading →
The recent Supreme Court order to RETEST the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) 2015 will also lead to a delay in the counseling of medical aspirants who qualified the Common Entrance Test and Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK).
Karnataka state government has suddenly taken a new decision that eventually led to widespread confusion over CET and COMEDK. Law aims to determine admissions and fees for undergraduate engineering programs in the state.
COMEDK Entrance Examination process to undergo changes this year fot the UGET 2015. Check out the changes made in COMEDK UGET 2015 exam. How it is different from previous COMEDK Entrance Exam ?
COMEDK PGET 2015 is conducted for admission to Post Graduate Medical/Dental Courses for the academic year 2015-16. COMEDK PGET 2015 will be conducted on February 01, 2015 (Sunday) from 10.00 am to 01.00 pm at centres in Bangalore only.
COMEDK UGET 2014 was taken by around 96, 100 candidates. Out of which, 12, 570 candidates wrote papers for both Engineering and Medical examination, while 38, 295 candidates sat for Engineering examination only and 45, 235 for Medical examination.
However, the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) showed a convincing performance as 44,758 of the total 46, 542 seats were filed up. The remaining vacant seats were eventually given to the government. The COMED-K, failed to fill up 70 % of its share of 23,897 seats. Also, 5,056 seats under the management quota were left vacant.
“This year, Vellore Institute of Technology, a deemed varsity, conducted an online test for more than one lakh students across the country and it was successful,” said Srikanth. “So, why can’t we take this test online?”
The counsel for all the aforementioned universities have submitted that they are going to proceed ahead with their undertaking on giving away 25 per cent of the total intake in respect of new subjects and faculties introduced for the coming academic session.