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Nine candidates, who took the Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMED-K) undergraduate entrance test (UGET) on Sunday, 6th May, 2012 were caught red-handed for impersonation. Out of these impersonation cases, seven were reported from Bangalore and two from Tumkur. “The nine cases of impersonation is the only aberration in the entire COMED-K test which, otherwise, went off smoothly. In the two cases from Tumkur, the candidates have been handed over to the police. The entire process passed off without any disturbance,” said Chief Executive of COMED-K, A. S. Srikanth.
A total of 80,700 candidates took the test in 114 centres across the state for nearly 20,000 seats in 12 medical, 25 dental and 154 engineering private unaided professional educational institutions. Mathematics paper had the highest attendance with 88 per cent candidates. Physics and Chemistry had an attendance of 85 per cent, and 81 per cent of candidates took the Biology test. For entry into engineering courses, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are the required test papers, and for Medical/Dental, the required papers are Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Most candidates felt that the Physics paper was relatively easy. Students also felt that the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for medical courses would be crucial. Pritam, a student from Ranchi said, “Physics paper was quite easy, whereas Chemistry was comparatively tough. I would prefer NEET as the number of seats would increase and we will have a wide range of choices. The burden will be less next year with just one common entrance exam.” Kerala-based Raj Kiran said, “I am hoping to pursue my career as a doctor. I hope there will be no problems in the evaluation process. The NEET seems to me as a bad move, as meritorious students would take all the seats depriving the others of opportunities to study in our respective states.” The last date for filing objections on the answer keys is May 10. The final rank list will be out on June 8.
Courtesy: IBN Live
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