The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), Bangalore has announced the 2nd round of Karnataka CET 2014 seat allotment results. A total of 6,175 seats were left vacant.
According to the KEA, these engineering seats were expected to be chosen by the meritorious students.
Around 11,925 engineering seats were alloted in the 2nd round of online counselling. Six Architecture, 79 B.Pharm and 335 lateral B.Pharm seats are available.
The remaining seats will be filled in the next / 3rd round of online counselling.
However, KEA board has announced the next / 3rd round online option entry will commence form July 7.
Students paying extra fee:
A few engineering college have announced their fee structure in their websites and according to it, the students have to pay than what has been stipulated by the government.
The complaints regarding the fees of CET admissions are being looked into by the One-man committee.
The Karnataka State Professional Colleges Admission Monitoring Committee, headed by former Karnataka University vice-chancellor S K Saidapur, asked the colleges to notify the students about the ‘compulsory' and the ‘optional' fees. The circular states that "colleges shall not insist on payment of optional fees".
Minister for Higher Education R V Deshpande said, "While students are bound to pay the CET fees, there are some fees that are legitimate such as admission fee or sports fee. If the colleges charge anything extra, the One-man Committee will act."
If any of the colleges demand extra fee, students are allowed to file complaints at www.kspcamc.org.