Higher education minister GT Devegowda on Thursday confirmed that the 2019 test will not be an online affair.
BENGALURU: Karnataka’s Common Entrance Test (CET) will not go online this year as the higher education department is not ready for the transition.
They wonder if they will be given training in answering mock test papers if the test goes online.
We will work towards upgrading the infrastructure, and can possibly conduct an online test by 2020,” he said.On Wednesday, Devegowda had announced that the test may go online this year or in 2020.
“The Centre had come up with test centres to help us practise papers online, but will KEA and the higher education department do that,” asked Ambrish K, a student.
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