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Tuesday, September 27 2022

Bengaluru: HC approves 50 per cent qualifying marks for CET

High court BBMP delimitation
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Bengaluru: State High Court on Saturday September 3 allowed petitions filed by the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) students. HC thus has approved considering of 50 per cent qualifying marks (PUC) for CET repeaters this year.

The notification of the Karnataka Examination Authority earlier allowed 100 per cent CET marks for repeaters to evaluate their CET rankings. The court quashed the notification.

2022 CET rankings is likely to be re-evaluated.

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