CET: Results herald joy for students of Mysore, Hassan

Students confused over selection of professional courses

The Common Entrance Test results announced on Tuesday, heralded joy for several students in the city, who had been eager about their results.

The results, though, convinced some students of the professional courses they would pursue, for a few others it left them in a dilemma on the streams that they would choose.

Vivek D Maleyur, a student from Vidyashrama PU College in the city is ranked three in CET for entrance to medical courses. “I will take up medicine next.

I want to be a doctor,” he said. He is still undecided on the college he would choose to pursue medicine, but is sure that he will be able happy to join any of the top medical colleges in the State. He has also secured 44th rank in CET-Engineering.

He is the son of Dr Basavaraj M S, Medical Officer, University Health Centre and Geetha Basavaraj, a home-maker.

Neeraj Raveendra, a student from Vijaya Vittala Composite Pre-University college in the city is ranked 10 in CET Medicine. He is however in a fix. “I want to do engineering, but I am still undecided,” he said.

He has secured 59th rank in CET Engineering and looks forward to join an engineering college. Son of Ravindra K, retired librarian and K R Padmini, a home-maker, he said that he would either choose computer science or electronics and communication stream for engineering.

Hassan boy

Among the success stories of the region is also that of Abhishek D of Venkateshwara PU college. He has secured fifth rank in CET engineering.

“Considering my preparations I was confident that I would be ranked among the top ten in the State. Being ranked fifth has made me really happy,” he said. He is the son of B Dharmaratnakara, a civil engineer and Asha, a home-maker.

Though he has secured 44th rank in CET Medicine, he is determined to be an engineer. “I am not interested in Medicine. I have written entrance exam for Indian Institute of Technology.

“If I don’t clear IIT entrance examination, I will pursue engineering either at National Institute of Technology, Surathkal or R V College of Engineering, Bangalore,” he said.
Abhishek had also secured fourth rank in the State in SSLC examinations, two years ago.

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