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Bengaluru: HC to give verdict on CET row on September 3

Karnataka High Court,
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Bengaluru: The Karnataka High Court is set to give the verdict on the Common Entrance Test 2022 controversy on Saturday September 3.

Over 25,000 CET 2021 candidates challenged the Karnataka Examination Authority and filed a petition with the High Court alleging that their second PUC marks were not taken into account when determining their CET ranks, which led to controversy surrounding the CET 2022. To be fair to the CET candidates of 2021 and the fresh candidates of 2022, the authority decided to consider 100 per cent of CET results for the CET repeaters, informed KEA.

In 2021, the KEA had considered only 100 per cent of CET results for CET rankings because all students were promoted to the second PUC due to the pandemic.

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