Eight medical seats and 150 dental seats were allotted on the second day of the first round of counselling of the Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) here on Friday. A total of 194 students, of the 2,250 scheduled to attend, were present.

The consortium said 33 Tulu minority seats, 74 Christian minority seats and 89 Hyderabad Karnataka quota seats were available in medical colleges in the State for the third day of counselling on Saturday. All the 492 general merit seats were exhausted on the first day of counselling.

As for dental, 430 general merit seats, 20 for Tulu minority, 20 for Telugu minority and 115 under the Hyderabad Karnataka quota remain for Saturday.

CET

Meanwhile, the second round of online counselling by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) for Common Entrance Test (CET) rank holders was affected by some complaints about option entry. Students who wanted to opt for seats lower than the ones they had chosen in their preference order in the first round were demanding another chance to enter options, having not understood the procedure.

According to the procedure, if a student has chosen 10 options and has been allotted the ninth option, for example, they can re-enter options until the first eight only. Students have time until 8 p.m. on Saturday for option entry.