Monday will be the day for over 71,000 professional course aspirants in the State to know their chances of getting a government seat or a government-quota seat as the dummy (mock) allotment will be made by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA). The online option entry for Common Entrance Test (CET) rank holders ended on Sunday at 11 p.m.
Time for revision
The dummy allotment results will be hosted on the KEA website at 10 a.m. Students will be given time from 12.30 p.m. on Monday till 5 p.m. on Tuesday to revise, update, add or delete options before the real allotment of seats is made on Wednesday. With this, the first round of counselling for CET rank holders ends.
By about 7 p.m. on Sunday, 45.77 lakh options were entered by 69,223 students. As many as 4.83 lakh options were entered by 18,484 students for medical course, 38.91 lakh by 62,881 students for engineering, 9,911 options by 1,056 students for architecture, and 1.92 lakh options by 40,966 students for agriculture courses.
A press release from the KEA said an additional seat matrix was issued by the government for three new architecture colleges in Bangalore on Saturday — Impact School of Architecture (17 seats), Sharada School of Architecture (34 seats), and SJB School of Architecture and Planning (17 seats).
As option entry was nearing completion, the number of seats available for students was: 51,222 for engineering, 573 for architecture, 2,214 for medical, 795 for dental, and 2,172 for agriculture courses.
Meanwhile, at the end of day three of counselling for engineering seats by the Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK), 949 seats, of the 15,886 that were available on Sunday, were taken, a press release said. As many as 1,001 students attended the counselling. As many as 14,937 seats are now left for the counselling that will go on till July 15.