'Several confusions on CET cleared'

Navya

Eduverse, the 11th edition of Jnana Degula-2019, a CET/COMEDK pre-counselling programme, organised by Deccan Herald and its sister publication Prajavani here, on Friday, drew wide appreciation from students and also from their parents.

"It was a good interactive programme organised by Prajavani-Deccan Herald. It provided a platform for the engineering aspirants," said Shailasri, a parent from Mangaluru.

“Several confusions on CET were cleared. It also provided answers to preparations for admission after CET results are announced,” said student Vachananjali from Mangaluru.

“I wish to study engineering. To get more information on the courses, I attended the programme. I received full information and the programme was good and informative,” said student Navya from B C Road.

The programme provided detailed information on various branches of engineering and its scopes. It was a good opportunity provided for the students, said Maina Anjum. 

"The programme also provided information on courses that will have demand in the next 30 years. It also introduced courses apart from engineering and medical stream," said Pratham Prabhu.

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