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Medical course fee remains unchanged

Many aspiring candidates are waiting for this news, those who want to secure medical and dental seats through Common Entrance Test (CET) 2011. The Karnataka government has finalised the fee structure and seat matrix for medical and dental courses with not many changes.

According to reports, the fee for medical and dental courses remains unchanged.The fee structure last year was Rs35,000 for government quota medical seats and 25,000 for government quota dental seats. For both the courses, the structure almost remains the same, except some slight changes in seat sharing.

The noted changes are as follows, the state government has given up 2% of its medical and 15% of its dental seats to private colleges. With this, the seat-sharing in medical courses has become 40:60 with the government holding 40%. In CET 2010, it was 42:58, with the government's share at 42%. In case of dental courses, the seat sharing has been revised to 20:80 from 35:65 the last year.

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