There have been reports that the Karnataka government has been considering reserving around 10% of the seats that are admitted through the Common Entrance Test held by KEA to non-Karnataka students. A large number of private college managements are happy with the idea of a common CET and had agreed to the proposition. If the unified CET becomes a reality, around 60 per cent of seats will be with the government, 25 per cent with management, 5 per cent for the NRI quota and 10 per cent for non-Karnataka students.
No fee structure has yet been decided by the government for the proposed non-Karnataka category.
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