Comed-K's UGET gaining on CET

Comed-K's UGET gaining on CET

Conversely, the Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental colleges-Karnataka (Comed-K) will have more number of students appearing for its entrance test this year.

Nearly 68,000 students will appear for the undergraduate entrance test (UGET) to be conducted by Comed-K on May 9. The total number of candidates has increased by 1,400 students compared to last year.

Dr S Kumar, Executive Director, Comed-K, said the number of students taking up Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects had increased by 1,400, while those taking up Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) was almost the same as last year.

He said preparations for the entrance test were on course. “The training of the chief superintendents and the invigilator has been completed. The entrance test will be conducted in 96 centres of which 75 are located in Bangalore and 21 are located across the State,” Dr Kumar said.

The Test Admission Tickets (TAT) have been dispatched by Comed-K to all its candidates. Dr Kumar pointed: “Duplicate TATs have been sent to the test centres also. In cases where students have not received the admission tickets or have been damaged while dispatchment, such students can avail of the duplicate TAT from the test centres by producing a photo identity card,” he said.

To eliminate fraud, Comed-K will use biometric systems at various stages of the UGET process. According to Comed-K, any mismatch at any stage will result in disqualification of the candidate and he or she will not be permitted to participate in any further process pertaining to seat selection.  Comed-K UGET is the gateway to gain admissions in private medical and engineering colleges in the State.

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