Presentation poor at CET cell, say parents

Presentation poor at CET cell, say parents

Parents of students have opined that the presentation on various processes related to Common Entrance Test (CET) was hard to follow. “I was not able to understand what was being told. The presentation could have been made on a bigger screen and sound system more audible and clearer,” said Satish, a parent. 

Others like Lokesh were of the view that the presentation could have been more informative as several doubts still remained. “How long will a seat remain vacant? What is the duration of time during which we have to make the payment? These were some questions not answered,” said Lokesh.

The Karnataka Examination Authority was expected to hand out CDs containing instructions to guide students on various aspects of CET process. This was not given. “Since the presentation was in English, several parents could barely understand what was
being said. It was as if the presentation was for candidates,” said Satish.

A total of 6,077 candidates between ranks 10,001 and 15,000 got their documents verified on Saturday. Verification of documents for candidates ranked between 15,001 and 20,000 will be done on June 10.

For diploma holders

KEA will hold Common Entrance Test (CET) to first year/ third semester engineering courses (both evening and day colleges) on June 16, for all eligible engineering diploma candidates.
This is under the new provision of lateral entry scheme for year 2013-14. 

Candidates can download admission tickets from KEA website: by filling in all requisite details. All details printed in the admission tickets need to be verified by KEA and in case of discrepancies, they need to contact KEA and get them corrected.