CET mock allotment begins today
By Express News Service - BANGALORE
20th July 2012 12:55 PM
The online options entry process for eligible Common Entrance Test(CET) rank holders was deactivated for four hours on Thursday following announcement of the mock seat allotment for medical, AYUSH(Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Sidda and Homeopathy), dental and engineering courses on Friday.
However, the CET candidates will be able to resume the online options entry after 9 pm on Thursday till 6 pm on July 22.
Public Relations Officer of Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) Narasimhamurthy said, “To enable the mock allotment of seats, the deactivation of the system was done. The data entered by the CET candidates will be saved and used for the mock allotment list.”
After four hours, the online system was reactivated. Students can continue to enter, rearrange or delete options till 6 pm on July 22,” the KEA officer said.
The officer further added that the mock allotment of seats was more like a rehearsal for students and candidates to be aware of their position in terms of seat, course and college selection.
“The Mock Allotment List will be uploaded on the KEA website on July 20 after 7 pm. However, the real allotment list of seats will be announced only on July 25,” Narasimha Murthy added.
AYUSH Seats Yet to Get CCIM Nod
Although additional number of engineering and medical seats are being added to the CET seat matrix, AYUSH colleges are yet to receive a nod from the Central Council of Indian Medicine(CCIM).
As many as 35 AYUSH colleges with hundreds of seats have not been approved for the present academic year. Superintendent of Directorate of AYUSH Kumar said, “The approval of these colleges will happen at the earliest. The required documents about the institutions have been submitted to the CCIM and the Directorate is waiting for further communication.”
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