Scheduled to commence on June 18, the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) put off the seat-selection process for CET 2010 for engineering and architecture courses. KEA announced the government had directed it to postpone the process since the AICTE has not taken any decision regarding the continuation of engineering colleges in state, inclusion of courses, increase in intake of students and other related issues.
The AICTE, which regulates all engineering and technical institutions in the country, sought additional information from engineering colleges through the internet. Since admission details pertaining to any engineering college in the state are not available, the state government postponed the counselling.
The admission round for the engineering seat selection is likely to commence in the first week of July as the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has assured the State Government that it will give approval for engineering colleges by June 28.
Meanwhile, COMED-K also announced postponement of its first round of counselling for professional courses that was scheduled to commence from July 2. COMED-K Executive Secretary S. Kumar said counselling had to be postponed as the KEA had postponed the counselling for all courses.
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