The Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (ComedK), Bangalore had conducted All India Undergraduate Entrance Test (UGET 2014) on 11th May 2014, in 134 centres across Karnataka.
According to the students who have written the examination, this year, ComedK UGET 2014 exam was easier than Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) 2014. These students also complained that Mathematics paper was very tough.
KCET 2014 was conducted by Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), Bangalore.
Some of the students claimed that, except Mathematics, remaining papers English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology was easy.
According to M. Shashank from Vijaya Composite PU College, Jayanagar 3rd Block, it was very difficult to solve the questions in the Mathematics paper. He also claimed that, Maths paper had around ten extremely difficult questions.
Dharani from NMKRV Women's College said that, Mathematics paper was very difficult. Physics and Chemistry paper was easy.
Candidates who did not perform well in Mathematics were confident of achieving high scores in Physics and Chemistry.
As many as 96,100 candidates (Medical, PCB - 45235 (47%), Engineering, PCM - 38,295 (40%) and both, PCMB - 12,570 (13%) are writing the Test in 134 Centers in Karnataka. Approximate Undergraduate seats available to be filled through COMEDK during 2014-15 are 17698 Engineering, 835 Medical and 766 Dental.
A total of 1.4 lakh candidates had appeared for the Karnataka CET in 314 centres.