State officials will conduct Common Entrance Test (CET) exam according to the instructions insisted by the state high court, said Karnataka deputy chief minister CN Ashwathnarayan on Tuesday.
“Officials have informed that they are all set to conduct exams on July 30 and 31. We will put this matter in front of the high court. As per the instructions of the high court, we will move forward,” said Ashwathnarayan.
Afterwards only Karnataka High court asked the state government to reconsider the decision of conducting the CET exam.
“I had called an emergency meeting with district collectors, officials of education, transport, health, police department. And, I took information about the preparedness for conducting the CET exam,” he asserted.
Karnataka Common Entrance Test is a state-level entrance exam organized for providing admissions in Engineering, Pharmacy, B Pharma and other courses offered by colleges and institutions located in the state.
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