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COMEDK Announces Results for UGET 2015, Check Your Rank Now

The results of Comedk-2015 were finally announced on Monday, June 8, almost one week after Karnataka CET Exam results were announced. The score was uploaded last week and candidates were able to check their score well in advance awaiting their ranking notification today.

Those who have missed to check their score can visit the following link HERE to check your score in COMEDK 2015.

To check your final results and rank, click here.

Originally scheduled to be out on May 30, the COMEDK 2015 was delayed to KCET exam delay in view of the complaints over PUC marks and discrepancies.

The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) has waited for the corrections and discrepancies to be over to finalize its ranking which is crucial for admission into any private or aided college in B.tech and MBBS and related professional course.

(Representational Picture)Students discuss question paper after coming out of examination hall in Panaji, on March 2, 2015. CBSE board exams commenced today. (Photo: IANS)

(Representational Picture)Students discuss question paper after coming out of examination hall in Panaji, on March 2, 2015. CBSE board exams commenced today. (Photo: IANS)

COMEDK UGET 2015 exam was conducted on May 10 by the Karnataka Private Medical & Dental Colleges Association, before the CET was held in the state, but the body decided to wait for the controversy to be over to announce the results and take up the counselling process in the state, likely to start from next week.

COMEDK is a common entrance test followed by centralized counseling (Single window system) for admission to private engineering colleges in Karnataka.

This year 1,08,486 candidates had applied and more than 74,000 were supposed to have taken the COMEDK UGET 2015, which was held on  May 10 in 148 test centres across the state. Students who gave the CET would have 45 percent seats allotted to them by the government in the private unaided non-minority colleges while those giving COMEDK would have 30 percent seats allotted to them in these colleges.

 

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