Missore / Misuru: Common entrance test (CET-2021) Prohibition of teachers and dental courses such as engineering, agriculture, pharmacy, architecture, horticulture, etc. in Karnataka colleges started today in 19 centers distributed in the city and nine other centers in Tuluk. Headquartered in the district, all Covid-19 government sockets are in place.
A total of 10,536 students were enrolled in CET-2021 in the city and district. Today, the first day of biology paper was held in the morning session (10.30 to 11.50 am) and in the afternoon (2.30 pm to 3.50 pm), each questionnaire contained 60 points.
Tomorrow (August 29) the physics test will take place in the morning session and in the afternoon chemistry. The Kana language test for Horanadu and Gedanudu canada will only be held on August 30 in six locations in the region.
The 19 centers in the city include JSS Women’s College, Saraswapiuram, Marimalapa Pyu College, Teresian College, Government PU College, People’s Park, Nazareth, Maharani PU College, SS Road, SBR, Mahajamachu and PU College, Yayalak. PU College and Sarada Villas Puu College, among others.
The test was conducted in 530 centers distributed in all 34 educational districts of the state and about 2.02 million students registered.
All centers in the city were cleaned prior to the test, and all inspectors were required to wear appropriate COVID-19 appropriate masks such as a face mask and adhere to physical distance. Only 12 students were allowed to write the test in one class.
Missouri DDPUE DK Srinivasmurthy and other department staff visited some test centers.
Strict police patrols were held at all test centers. City police at 200m. To ensure the effectiveness of the test, the radius of all centers from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm on both days and no unauthorized person is allowed to move around the centers or take opposing material. All photocopies in the vicinity of exam centers have also been asked to close today and tomorrow.
Due to the CVD crisis, the PU examination failed this year (2020-21) and the PU department passed all registered PU students with 10th grade, I PU and II PU internal marks, and the regional government entered vocational courses this year. He said 2021 will be based solely on student performance.