The Common Entrance Test (CET) 2011 promises to be a more student-friendly affair with the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) deciding to put its application process online.The KEA is contemplating issuing and receiving CET 2011 applications online. With preliminary discussions at official-level over, the proposal is pending approval before the higher education minister. In the existing system, candidates apply through colleges. Once the online system is in place, candidates need not stand in long queues to purchase application forms. In the proposed plan, the candidates can fill the CET application form online. The application and CET fee can also be paid online. Photographs of candidates can be scanned and sent online. The candidates will have an option to take challans in the name of KEA and just mention the challan number in the column given in the online application form.
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