Bengaluru, June 02:- There is no clarity yet on the Engineering course fee structure even after the Karnataka Examinations Authority announced the CET results on Friday.
The higher education department is yet to convene a meeting with private colleges for fixing of fee for the present academic year. Speaking after releasing the CET results Principal Secretary to higher education Department Dr Rajkumar Khatri said, “We will hold a meeting with private colleges next week and a call would be taken on the seat matrix and fee before June 15.”
CET Documents verification from June 5
The Karnataka Examinations Authority will conduct document verification at 16 centres across the state from June 5 for admission into professional courses. This year 1,46,063 have become eligible for engineering seats, 1,13,999 for agriculture, 1,15,364 for veterinary sciences, 1,47,543 for BPharma and 1,47,728 for Pharma D course.