COMEDK UGET CET Results Delayed, now poised to be declared on 8th June 2015

COMEDK UGET results, which were scheduled to be issued on 30 May, have now been delayed temporarily. The decision was taken by official committee after the meeting held yesterday in concerns of protests against board results which caused the delay.

The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka has conducted Under graduate entrance test earlier this month on 10th May. The results were slated to be out on 30th of this month only but COMEDK has decided not to declare the result in time. The date of the declaration of result has been postponed from 30th of May to 8th of June 2015. The final answer keys for UGET 2015 are available at site though.

COMEDK UGET result

Over the numerous complaints about the declared pre- University (PU) II result recently, a big number of the students and their parents were furious about the decision taken by the organization. Regarding this issue, protests are going on as its fourth day in the premises of the Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE).
Kimane Ratnakar, the minister of primary and secondary education has to request the board, need to defer the results temporarily.

Disclosing the reason, this action has been taken since a student would not be qualified the level of the eligibility criteria for admission, result shows that the student have secured good rank of COMEDK, even they have failed in entrance test. Once the confusion is cleared, results will be announced soon,” officers said.

This matter is being taken on the prior level, a meeting has been conducted among the former chief minister H.D Kumaraswamy, Pre-University Board Director Shushama Godbole and BJP leader S.Suresh Kumar.

The main motive of the meeting was to discuss over the consequences and impending results. And the end of the day the outcomes of the meeting was that the proposal of putting off the CET results has already been declared, where the re-totalling and front of the revaluation fee will be waived off.

A year ago, around  40,000 students had applied for photocopy, 19,700 students appeared in the paper of revaluation, 1,379 students got additional marks out of the total strength of the students. Taking the safe side COMEDK has decided to ban the entry of the parents into the premises to keep the protests and violence away. According to a provision parents can apply to get a photocopy of the result at Bangalore, one of the copy will be sent to them.

The answer sheet will be given to them within 48 hours without being entered in to the premise physically.
A big number of cop personnel have been deployed in the premises to ensure the situation remains under control.
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