The government announced that the revised CET ranking will be released on September 29 and the first-round counseling session for students will begin on October 3.
After months of feeling anxious about the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) 2022 ranking row, it finally seems to be subsiding after the Karnataka High Court upheld the recommendations of the expert committee, which proposed a normalisation process to evaluate the repeaters. Following this, the government has announced that the revised CET ranking will be announced on September 29 and the first round counseling session for students will begin on October 3.
The High Court has accepted the expert committee’s recommendations to deduct 6 marks from repeaters’ overall qualifying examination (QE) marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics. The HC also disposed of the government’s appeal in accordance with the expert committee’s proposal.
Dr B Thimmegowda, vice-chairman of the Karnataka Higher Education Council constituted a committee on September 20 wherein the route mean square or RMS method was used to calculate the difference in the average marks scored by the candidates of 2022-23 and candidates of 2021 (Covid-19) in physics, chemistry and mathematics. After which it was decided that 6 marks in physics, 5 marks in chemistry and 7 marks in mathematics and a total of 6 marks for 100 qualifying marks would be deducted to evaluate the repeaters.
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