The Karnataka government and private colleges fixed the seat-sharing formula at 50:50 for engineering and 42:58 for medical courses.
The CET has been done away with for dental, Ayurveda, Unani and Homeopathy courses from this academic year. Admissions will be based on Class 12 or PUC marks.
The fee structure has come down for engineering courses, while it is unaltered for medical courses. In the 50:50 engineering seat ratio, 25% would be kept for poor and meritorious students. The fee for them is Rs 15,000. The remaining 25% of seats will have Rs 25,000 fees same as last year.
In minority institutions, 20% government engineering seats are allotted for poor and meritorious students with fee of Rs 15,000 and another 20% for Rs 25,000. The rest would be given to managements. In non-minority colleges, 50% seats will go to managements. NRI quota will be decided by the Supreme Court.
|Poor and meritorious||Rs 15,000|
|Merit students (students who claim seats under government quota)||Rs 25,000|
|Management quota||Rs 1,25,000|
|Government Quota||Rs 42,000|
|Management quota||Rs 3,25,000|
|Government Quota||Rs 32,000|
|Management quota||Rs 2,30,000|
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