Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwath Narayan said in a press conference on Tuesday, “The CET exam will be conducted on August 28 and 29. There will be 60 marks for each subject.
On the first day, on August 28, the examination of mathematics and biology will be held, while the examination of physics and chemistry will be held on August 29 on the second day. The process of registration for CET will start from June 15. PUC marks will not play any role in this.
Narayan said that in order to qualify the entrance exam, students have to secure minimum prescribed marks.