Next comes counselling

Next comes counselling

Students can now look forward to the counselling process. Students from the state who have appeared only for NEET 2017 and have not registered for CET will have to register themselves on the website of the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA).

The CBSE has written to the department of medical education to collect the merit list from New Delhi. Once collected, the list will be provided to the KEA, after which a notification will be issued announcing the dates for registration and counselling. Students from outside the state will also have to register themselves with the KEA.

The KEA will conduct centralised counselling for admission to all medical and dental seats, both private and government.  Dr S Sacchidanand, director of medical education, said that the medical education minister will hold a meeting with the representatives of private medical colleges on June 28 to discuss seat matrix.

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