There has been a 10% increase in the number of applications for the Common Entrance Test (CET) to be held on Wednesday and Thursday. According to the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), this year, there are 1.98 lakh applications compared to last year’s 1.79 lakh.
The exam is the gateway for government and government-quota seats in engineering, farm sciences, B. Pharma and D. Pharma courses, among others, in colleges in the State.
On Wednesday, candidates will have to write the biology and mathematics papers and they will have to appear for the physics and chemistry papers on Thursday.
The Kannada language test will be conducted on Friday for Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates.
Candidates will get OMR answer sheets that will have the name, admission ticket number, and the version code of the question booklet that is pre-printed.
A KEA release said candidates will have to confirm if the CET number, name printed in the OMR answer sheet, and the admission ticket is the same.