KEA to inform students on missing details in CET forms

KEA to inform students on missing details in CET forms

Earlier, students’ applications were rejected for furnishing incomplete details, but the KEA has decided to inform students about the missing information.

S P Kulkarni, Administrative officer, KEA said that unlike previous years, the incomplete applications will not be rejected, but instead candidates will be informed by notices and SMS sent individually asking them furnish the complete details.

The Administrative officer said that 308 applications have been received from candidates without the photograph affixed in it and such candidates will be asked to revert back to KEA office with the photographs.

Free coaching
The free CET coaching in rural areas has become a huge hit as more than the estimated number of students have begun attending the coaching classes. The coaching classes conducted by the KEA was arranged for the benefit of 15,000 students from across the State.

Kulkarni pointed that, with the completion of II PUC examination, more number of students have begun to attend that coaching classes, adding that nearly 25,000 students at present are availing the benefits of the free CET coaching across the state.
From April 1 to 25 the coaching classes have been held from morning till evening for extensive preparation of CET. Study materials like the model question papers and the syllabus have been sought from Don Bosco College of Mangalore for extensive preparation of CET.

With the extension of CET counselling session centres to Mangalore, Shimoga, Davangere apart from the existing Bangalore, Gulbarga, Hubli centres, KEA has been extensively preparing for the technological and the logistics support. The administrative officer said the technological set up of the the Gulbarga, Hubli has been completed, while that of Mangalore and Shimoga will be completed by May first week.
The hall tickets for CET 2010 to be held on April 28, 29 and 30 for Gadinadu and Horanadu students will be despatched before April 12.
DH News Service