BENGALURU: To help lockdown-hit students prepare for competitive exams like CET and NEET, chief minister BS Yediyurappa on Monday inaugurated a free online crash course for them.
“The new situation has also impacted the way education is imparted and that’s why, in the present scenario, the government realized the only way forward is online education. The government, teachers and society have a duty to keep the morale and motivation of students high,” Yediyurappa said.
He hoped the online platform would be a blessing for CET and NEET candidates. “Students preparing for engineering and medical courses must make use of crash courses, practise papers and check videos available on the portal in the best way possible,” the chief minister said.
Over 1.9 lakh students have registered for CET this year. They can log into the portal using their CET roll number.
The programme is available on getcetgo.in or Android app ‘GetCETGo’ on Google Play Store. The app is expected to go live in three-four days. The course consists of study material in the form of synopsis, recorded videos, practice questions and mock tests. Revision videos are available on YouTube’s GetCETGo channel.
In view of Covid-19, the ComedK UGET/Uni-GAUGE entrance examination-2020 scheduled for May 10 has been rescheduled to June first week. The exact date is expected to be announced by May first week.
The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental colleges of Karnataka (ComedK) has decided to extend the last date of applications to May 5. Candidates can register on www.comedk.org or www.unigauge.com. ComedK will also release a series of mock tests on its website and on www.unigauge.com. The exam will be conducted online in over 158 cities and 400 test centres across India.
Students appearing for ComedK exam can participate in common online counselling to get admission to participating colleges.View On Website Back