CET 'Jnana' on Day One

CET 'Jnana' on Day One

With the focus on facing the Common Entrance Test, students and parents attended the two-day event to know more about counselling, pre-counselling, quota and fee structure.
Responding to the queries of were COMED-K executive secretary Dr S Kumar and Karnataka Examinations Authority (which conducts CET) administrative officer S P Kulkarni, among others. 

There were many students whose main intention was to get familiar with the CET counselling. “After listening to the guest speakers, I have gained confidence in facing the counselling. I am sure I will get into a good college,” said Shwetha, who wants to pursue electrical engineering from PES Institute of Technology.

Another student, Manisha, who has just completed her SSLC, aspires to get into medicine after PU. She found the talks really useful.

“The event was very informative and I got a clear picture about the merit system, the quotas and counselling methods. I am now well-versed with the process of admission into a Government Medical College,” she said.

Suma, a second PU student from MES Kishora Kendra, felt that the talk by experts gave her a picture of pre-counselling methods and the admission rules. “I have been studying in the City for three years now. Although I had a clear picture about the pre-counselling methods, I wasn’t sure about the rules to get into engineering colleges. Prof Jawahar’s SPIRIT method will probably come in handy now,” said Suma, who wants to pursue engineering.  
As for Vidyashree, another student who cleared SSLC, she was impressed with the different stalls disseminating information on various career opportunities. Talks lined up for Sunday will provide more information on various careers avenues.
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