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The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has decided to extend special training for rural students in the Commerce and Arts streams as well. So far, KEA has extended training facilities to those wishing to take the Common Entrance Test (CET) for admission to professional courses. Students in the Commerce and Arts subjects too can expect training for appearing for competitive examinations from current academic year.
"The KEA has decided to provide special coaching even to Commerce and Arts students who wish to appear for competitive examinations," sources from KEA said. The move is being firmed up, at present. "Beginning this year, we will provide training in subjects like Economics, Accountancy and English. We are including these subjects in the CET training package," said a senior KEA official. Till now, the training had been restricted only to the Science students wishing to take the CET examination. "We realised that there are bright students in Commerce and Arts streams who should be provided coaching for free. It would be helpful for them to appear in competitive examinations, other than the CET," an official said. According to KEA officials, Commerce students have the option of taking up courses in Chartered Accountancy. Other general degree students can appear for competitive examinations conducted by the Union Public Service Commission. "We realised that coaching only Science students will be discriminating. So, we thought of extending this to Accountancy, Economics and English subjects," said official.
Courtesy: DNA India
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