The CET results are out and Bengaluru students have shown their prowess. Students from Bengaluru have exceeded expectations in CET 2015, grabbing top positions in the six of the seven streams. Then again, Bengaluru's general appraisals have dropped, with 39 students in the main 10 positions over the seven streams, down from 45 last year.
Priya Narwal of Army Public School, K Kamaraj Road, has secured the first rank in therapeutic/dental and in Bachelor of Veterinary Science streams. She has additionally secured the third rank in the Indian System of Medicine and Homeopathy (ISMH).
Two Horanadu hopefuls made an imprint in the CET. Swagat S Yadawad of Guru Junior College, Hyderabad, has secured the top rank in designing, and Mrinalini Bangalore Mahesh of DPS Modern Indian School, Doha, has come fifth in construction modeling.
CET results were reported on Monday.
In spite of the fact that more students "” 1.53 lakh "” showed up for CET 2015 than a year ago (1.39 lakh), the quantity of competitors who made the cut for therapeutic seats has descend from 21,257 last year to 19,275.
Interestingly, there has been a major ascent in the quantity of students fitting the bill for ISMH and designing streams. Upwards of 85,407 students are qualified for ISM/Homeopathy seats, up from 69,507 last year; 1,12,423 students have fit the bill for building, up from 96,161 last year.
Contrasted and the previous two years, students have got less effortlessness denote this year. Students got eight elegance marks "” three in science, two every in material science and math, and one in science "” this year, while it was 16 last year and 18 in 2013.
*Only students belonging to Karnataka, Horanadu and Gadinadu are eligible for CET
*Candidates guaranteeing qualification for seats under Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga provisos, whose first language is Kannada, Tulu or Kodava and are dwelling outside Karnataka, will need to show up for a Kannada dialect test directed by KEA, to build up their capacity to talk, read and compose Kannada.