The Karnataka government and the management of private colleges in Karnataka had a discussion to evolve a Common Entrance Test and a common fee structure for professional colleges, but the discussions ended inconclusive. Last year there were two entrance examinations - the CET held by the government Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), and the Comed-K held by the private colleges. After the inconclusive talks, an announcement was made by the government to set up a committee to explore the pros and cons of a common entrance test and fee structure.
At the meeting, though there were some reservations about an unified entrance test, it wasn’t rejected outright. The Karnataka Private Dental Colleges Association urged the government to keep the needs and limitations of the private colleges in mind before deciding the fee structure and to ensure that the fees collected enables the colleges to meet the recurring expenditures, including infrastructure.
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