Document verification for CET admission begins

Document verification  for CET admission begins

The document verification process of special category candidates who wrote the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET), 2013, began on Monday and went about without hitches.

As many as 413 National Cadet Corps (NCC) candidates got their documents verified and 186 physically handicapped underwent medical verification.

Blinton John, who is 80 per cent handicapped, came all the way from Chamarajanagar with his parents and sister. He got his check up done at 5.30 pm.

With a rank of 72,851 in engineering, Blinton wants to pursue computer science in a college near his house.

“There is one government college back home and we are hoping that he will get a seat there. It will be much easier for him and us. We had to hire a taxi to come all the way here for the verification,” said Bonifas, Blinton’s father.

NCC cadet Vishwanath A S, who got a rank of 53,000 in veterinary science and 72,000 in agriculture, is hoping to get into the University of Agriculture Sciences, Bangalore. “The process went on well and without any difficulty,” said Vishwanath.    

The verification process began at 11 am and went on till around 6 pm. About 394 of the 413 NCC candidates were found to be eligible under NCC quota, whereas 125 physically handicapped candidates were found to be eligible under the disabled quota.

Document verification of candidates under the sports category will be done on Tuesday.

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