Karnataka higher education ministry C N Ashwath Narayan
BENGALURU: Karnataka higher education ministry C N Ashwath Narayan stated the government is about to run the Common Entrance Exam (CET) on July 30 and 31 and will notify the exact same to the high-profile on Wednesday. However, the final decision on the behavior of the examination will be taken just after the HC arrangement.
The minister was speaking after a meeting with officials following the Karnataka high court led the state government to rethink its conclusion of conducting the frequent Entrance Test on July 30 and 31. The deputy chief minister held a crisis meeting through video conference with all the senior officers worried and district DCs on Tuesday evening.
“Each of the officers, DCs and police officials have promised full cooperation and are convinced of conducting the Karnataka CET exams as scheduled. They are completely prepared according to the normal Operating Procefure (SOP) and also have set in place all of the required protocols and also will take necessary precautions,” he explained.
“As we’ve successfully ran both the PUC and SSLC examinations even amidst the Covid scenario, I’m convinced we’ll run the CET examinations as well with no problems, with the collaboration of all of the officials,” he further added.
The authorities will notify the high court tomorrow concerning the assurance expressed by most of the officials in running the CET examination, ” he explained.