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Permalink 12:35:29 pm by Felix, Categories: Bulletin , Tags: , , , ,

The PUC & SSLC boards have announced that they will be declaring the results of the 2010 PUC and SSLC exams, conducted in March/April, on 6-7 May 2010. The results will be made available on the websites of the departments on the evening of 6 May 2010 and will be sent over to the colleges for announcement on 7 May 2010.

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Permalink 12:42:14 pm by Felix, Categories: Bulletin

Karnataka Education Authority has released the answerkeys for Karnataka CET 2010. Even though the KEA has not updated the answer key on their website yet those of you who wish to see the answer keys can see them at Entrance Corner.

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Now that the +2 level exams are over, for PUC and CBSE students, and you are considering the colleges and the cources you want to join, the time is right to look at all the opportunities available to you. This includes looking at the cahngce to be able to study abroad also.

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Permalink 11:15:44 am by Felix, Categories: General News , Tags: , , , , , , ,

After nearly a month of talks and discussions, the state government has finally announced the seat matrix and fee structures for the medical and dental, PG and UG, courses beginning in 2010. While the seat matrix has been left unchanged the fee structure has seen some change.

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Giraffe Learning, the coaching institute based in bangalore, is offering students the chance to prepare themselves for the up-coming NATA exams. NATA (National Aptitude Test for Architecture) is a requirement of Karnataka CET for students who wish to pursue higher studies related to Engineering in Architecture.

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Barely a month after the PUC board opened up its phone lines to students, it's SSLC's turn now.The helpline was inaugurated by Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Mr. Visweshwara Hegde Kageri at KSEEB (Karnataka State Secondary Education Examination Board). The decision to provide counselling was made after educators observed the stress and pressure exams put on students.

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Learning a lesson from international teaching styles, the Human Resource Development ministry has decided that CBSE schools abroad will receive a face lift with the introduction of an international syllabus. It has also been decided that the CBSE schools in India will also be free to implement this new international syllabus from 2011.

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All students who are about to write exams have questions that need answering. To answer just this issue, PUC administration had opened up its phone lines to students last year and on seeing the number of calls that poured in, they have decided to continue the practice this year also.

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The Karnataka CET 2010 brochure was released by the Minister of Higher Education Aravind Limbavalli yesterday, but for the first time the brochure will not contain the seat matrix or the fee structure for medical colleges. There is a demand of nearly 1.35 lack brochures this year and all of them will have only the Engineering college fee structure and seat matrix.

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Permalink 06:37:10 pm by Felix, Categories: Bulletin , Tags: , , , , , , , ,

The COMED-K application forms have been made available to students. The application form can be accessed from the COME-K website.

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Permalink 03:10:03 pm by Felix, Categories: General News , Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Most students tend to take attendance casually and feel quite comfortable in bunking classes. The practice is becoming increasingly common and more and more often you see students roaming around outside college rather than being in it. Most of these students are relaxed because they know that even if they have an attendance shortage at the end of the year, they can pay the fine and get their hall ticket to appear for the board exams.

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Aravind Limbavalli released the brochure for Karnataka CET 2010 yesterday. The brochure had been delayed as the seat matrix and fee structures for Engineering and Medical colleges had not been decided upon. The highlights of the brochure are:

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Students have to gear up to shell out Rs 100 more than last year for Karnataka CET 2010. Last year the fee for General category was Rs 550 and that for backward classes was Rs 400. This year the prices have been raised to Rs 650 for General category students and Rs 500 for Scheduled Cast, Scheduled Tribes and Category - 1 students.

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KEA (Karnataka Examinations Authority) announced that it will be starting a service that will aim to update students about all the latest developments regarding the Karnataka CET 2010 exams via an SMS. The data for this service, they claimed, is to be acquired from the PU department.

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The debate is finally over and the outcome is a mixed one. For a long time now, the government has been involved in a struggle to merge CET and COMED-K exams in Karnataka. The issue has finally been laid to rest, for now, with the decision to continue with CET and COMED-K being agreed upon.

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Permalink 12:15:55 pm by Felix, Categories: Bulletin , Tags: , , , , ,

The revised dates for II PUC 2010 exams has been released. Make sure you update your old timetables!

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Permalink 10:01:45 am by Felix, Categories: Bulletin , Tags: , , , , , ,

The board exams for Class 12 students studying under CBSE will begin on 03 March 2010 and end on 08 April 2010. The dates of the exams are:

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Every year, after conducting Karnataka CET, candidates are offered seats in various professional colleges based on the merit list. These seats are divided in three main categories:

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Permalink 11:49:12 am by Felix, Categories: Bulletin , Tags: , , , , , , ,

The All India Engineering Entrance Exams will be held on

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The dates for the All India Pre Medical/Dental Test are

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Permalink 05:29:25 am by Felix, Categories: Bulletin , Tags: , , , , , , ,

The datesheet for the II PUC exams for Karnataka were announced Saturday, December 12, 2009.

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The dates for the COMED-K Exam for the scholastic year of 2009-10 have been announced by COMED-K.

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The dates for Karnataka CET 2010 have been announced.

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Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka

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The eligibility criteria for the COMED-K is very straight forward. All the candidate needs is to:

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The registration form or the Brochure is available on the COMED-K website only and is not sold outside at all.  The guidelines for filling up the application forms are:

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Permalink 10:22:50 am by Felix, Categories: The Exam , Tags: , , , , , ,

Just like CET there is no negative marking in the COMED-K exam and the pattern of the exam is such that the first papers will be Physics and Chemistry in one paper itself. This paper will have 120 questions and will be divided into 60 question for Physics and 60 for Chemistry.

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Permalink 10:20:12 am by Felix, Categories: The Merit List , Tags: , , , , , , , ,

 

Before the merit list is published the candidates are informed of the results and are given a stipulated period of time to have their results re-evaluated in case they feel that their marks are incorrect. The final Merit list is not published before this time period is over. The period generally extends for 7 days prior to the announcing of the Merit list.

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The best source of information on the COMED-K exams is the COMED-K website itself. The link to the site is:

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If a student does not belong to the state of Karnataka then he/she can not take the Karnataka CET unless

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CET is an entrance test conducted by the KEA (Karnataka Examinations Authority) for the purpose of selecting candidates for entry into courses in Engineering, Medicine and Architecture.

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The eligibility criteria for the CET exam is that those applying must have completed their 10+2 with science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology). They must also have studied English as a language. Also the candidate should net be younge or older than 17 to 25 years of age.

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Here are some of the main points to remember while studying for the CET exam

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Candidates can get the form by writing in to the address mention below. Send a Demand Draft in favour of 'The Executive Director, Karnataka Examinations Authority, Bangalore' for Rs. 550 (Rs. 400 for SC/ST/OBC and Rs.650 for candidates not residing in karnataka) along with the brochure.

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The general pattern of the test is that first the written exam is conducted and after the results have been announced the qualifying candidates are called in for counselling where in they are given their choices in terms of colleges and the branches that they can opt for.

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The merit list, a list with the names of the top ranking students, will be generated based on the marks obtained by the student and published by the end of May. To qualify for the list a student will need to score a minimum of 45% in the CET exam (40% for SC/ST/OBC) in case the student is applying for a course in engineering.

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The topic for the CET exams are nothing new to the student. In short he will be tested on all the knowledge that he/she has gathered during his 1st and 2nd PUC. A brief list of some topics is mentioned below:

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Here are some links to sites where you will be able to find valuable information about CET patterns, schedules and results

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