Karnataka Common Entrance Test (CET) had started smoothly on 01st May 2014 across the state.
A total of 1.4 lakh candidates had appeared for the CET in 314 centres.
According to the students, Biology and Mathematics papers were moderately easy. Lecturers and professors were saying that students can score 40-50 marks in both papers.
Kavya from NMKRV college said, "Biology paper was moderately easy and mathematics paper was easier".
Niranjan from BHS college said, "The Biology paper was easy. A lot of questions were from the second year portions were asked in the paper. I might score above 60 marks".
Vidya from Vijaya Composite PU college said, "I felt mathematics paper was lengthy. There no out of question in both the papers. I can score above 50 marks in both the papers".
According to subject experts, the Pre-university Department has been liberal in framing the question papers this year.
"Even the second PU exams papers were easy and CET papers are not much different. As this is the first batch of students appearing for CET on CBSE syllabus, I think the department has been liberal," said the principal of a prominent college in the city.
Today, CET will be held for Physics and Chemistry papers.