Following this, the government has announced that the revised CET ranking will be released on September 29 and the first counseling session for students will begin on October 3.
A two-judge bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Alok Aradhe and Justice S Vishwajith Shetty on Friday accepted the recommendations of the expert committee to evaluate the repeaters after deducting 6 marks from the marks of the general qualifying examination (QE) in physics, chemistry and mathematics. The HC also disposed of the government’s appeal in accordance with the expert committee’s proposal
The committee headed by Dr B Thimmegowda, vice-chairman, Karnataka Council of Higher Education, constituted a committee on September 20 in which the root mean square method or RMS was used to calculate the difference in average marks obtained for 2022-23 candidates and 2021 candidates (Covid-19) in physics, chemistry and mathematics. After which it was decided that 6 marks in Physics, 5 in Chemistry and 7 in Mathematics and a total of 6 marks would be deducted for 100 marks to evaluate the repeaters.