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COMEDK PGET 2013 results postponed

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COMEDK PGET 2013 results postponed
The Supreme court issues a notice to the Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) not to declare results of Postgraduate Entrance Test (PGET 2013) on scheduled date and need to be postponed for further orders. Even as the SC verdict on National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for medical dental courses is awaited.

Whereas, it is felt that any publication of Answer Keys would tantamount to making known the result of a candidate in the PGET-2013.

Now therefore it is decided not to publish the Answer Keys of COMEDK PGET-2013 proposed to be held on Sunday the 03rd of February 2013 until further directions of the Hon'ble Supreme Court; the Calendar of all Events including and pursuant to publication of Answer Keys would be notified later.

PGET 2013 is conducted for admission to Postgraduate Medical/ Dental courses in its 12 Medical & 19 Dental member institutions. The COMEDK entrance test is mandatory for candidates seeking admissions for the Post Graduate courses in COMEDK Member Institutions subject to the eligibility as prescribed by MCI/DCI.

Around 13,681 aspirants applied for the test, in which 12,321 appeared for the test. Nearly 5,000 aspirants appeared for the Dental entrance exam. Overall 63 candidates were nor allowed to write the exam either because they arrived late ot they did not carry valid ID proof.

The NEET PG 2013 was held in December 2012 and the results are yet to be announce. As the SC is yet to announce its verdict on NEET, students are in a state of confusion.

Meanwhile, In Bangalore on Sunday medical students took out rally on support of the NEET. One of the rally participant said, "The students favoured the NEET to check corruption on seat counseling. Seats are being sold blindly by management. A national exam will put a monitoring system in place,"

If there no NEET exam, students have to pay more than Rs 50,000/- for multiple entrance exam for each different states for application process itself, he added.

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