Without II PU exam, CET marks alone to decide rank: Karnataka Deputy CM CN Ashwath Narayana | Bengaluru News
- June 9, 2021
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The sooner technique of giving equal weightage to II PU marks in core topics like physics, chemistry, maths and biology, and CET scores has been completed away with because the Class 12 exams have been cancelled this 12 months as a result of prevailing Covid-19 scenario.
In one other main revamp in greater schooling, the federal government is planning to broaden the ambit of CET to incorporate admissions to all science-related programs, together with BSc programmes.
“The federal government has written to all authorities together with AICTE, NTA and Indian Council of Agricultural Research looking for permission to alter the eligibility standards for admission to skilled programs. This on minister S Suresh Kumar’s request to not issue II PU marks for calculating CET ranks because the examination has been cancelled,” mentioned deputy CM and better schooling minister CN Ashwath Narayana.
With this, the minimal eligibility marks of 45% (40% for SC/ST/OBC) in core topics of II PU exam to write down CET is not going to be relevant for this 12 months. For admisison to skilled programs, together with in agricultural sciences, pharma, engineering, yoga and naturopathy programs within the upcoming tutorial 12 months, solely CET rating will probably be taken.
Diploma admission seekers could enhance by 30%
The proposal minister to stipulate mentioned there minimal can be a eligibility marks in CET on the strains of NEET and it might be carried out from this 12 months. “In case CET efficiency is made the frequent foundation for admission to all sciencebased programs, some programs may have sure relaxations and this should be determined relying on their nature,” he mentioned.
With all college students being deemed to have handed in II PUC, the variety of college students looking for admission in diploma programs is predicted to go up by 30%, or 2 lakh in absolute numbers. Accordingly, measures will probably be taken to accommodate college students in authorities and personal faculties, he mentioned. CET will probably be held on August 28 and 29. Maths and biology will probably be held on Day 1 and physics and chemistry on Day 2. Every paper will carry 60 marks. Kannada examination for Gadinadu and Horanadu college students will probably be held on August 30. Registration for the doorway check will probably be open from June 15.