According to recent reports, the outstation students and their parents who will be travelling to Karnataka for the Karnataka Common Entrance Test will be exempted from the Home Quarantine norms and will be permitted to stay in the state for 96 hours. According to the updates there are around 1,881 students who will be appearing for the KCET 2020 examinations from the other states and 30 students from other countries.
The Authorities has also organized separate exam centres for the students who have been tested positive of COVID-19 and will be permitted to write the examination.
Karnataka will be conducting the Common Entrance Test 2020 on July 30 and 31, 2020. Approximately 1,94,356 students are expected to appear for the examinations across the 497 examinations centres in 120 cities across the state. The exam centres will also be undertaking all the necessary COVID-19 prevention measures as suggested by the state and central government. The state government has postponed the PGCET 2020 examinations and the Diploma CET 2020 examinations since the final year exams are yet to be conducted for the students. The PGCET and Diploma CET exams were scheduled to be conducted on August 8 and 9, 2020. The revised dates for both the exams will be released after the final year exams of the PG and Diploma courses are conducted. Karnataka CET 2020 is conducted for the admissions for courses as the Engineering, architecture, Pharmacy programmes offered by the government and private colleges in the state. For admissions, students are required to pass the2nd PUC (Class 12) exams with a minimum of 50 percent marks.
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