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All are positive only, in our college everything was good, labs , faculties , campus, sports, exams, internals, college function, ethnic days, freshers parties, farewell parties, everything was good.
Good remarks i always feel greatfull and thankful for my college as it was a very good platform for me bad remarks initially when I joined the system was not welly organised and constructed because of which we faced lot of problems.
Because it is government college and i got seat there and due to our financial situation and I got seat there and my friends referred me for that college and about teaching so I joined there the labs and rooms classes were broad and good environment to study in taluk so I choosed it
The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has released the final seat allotment result of the common entrance test (CET) 2020 on the official website. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can check the result online at cetonline.karnataka.gov.in. Candidates need to enter CET registrat
January 13, 2021: Karnataka High Court has, today, sought response of the state government on the issue of a plea filed against Vishveshwarya Technical University. The university had earlier scheduled offline end semester exams, starting from January 18, 2021. Earlier, VTU students
125 Students of VTU have challenged the decision of the University to conduct offline examinations this year at the Karnataka High Court. Read why this move agitated the students. As per the plea, Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) has issued a notice to hold first-year exams and su
Karnataka Examinations Authority has planned to conduct one more round of KCET 2020 Counselling for the remaining additional seats for Undergraduate program B.Tech. and B.Arch. Eligible candidates will be able to apply for the KCET counselling via its official website cetonline.karnataka.gov.in.
The Karnataka government will conduct a final vacancy round for the Karnataka UGCET 2020 to fill the seats which were not reported after the completion of the extended Round 2 seat allotment. The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) will release the official notification with the schedule
Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) declared the withdrawal of the circular on establishing technical hubs allied with a private company named Rnurays Technologies Pvt. Ltd. for engineering colleges. VTU Registrar A.S. Deshpande on December 21 stated in a circular that the vars
Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) has scheduled the end-semester exams from January 18, 2021, albeit in offline mode. However, students are concerned about COVID-19 spread and have demanded VTU and affiliated colleges to conduct the exams in online mode. Students are worried that return
Karnataka Examination Authority has declared the result of KCET 2020 extended round 2 seat allotment. Candidates who had appeared for the extended round 2 counselling can now check their results by visiting the official website of KEA @cetonline.karnataka.gov.in. Candidates who are shortlisted in