Following the Karnataka High Court’s suggetion to the state government to reconsider holding of the CET exams on July 30 and 31 in light of the pandemic situation, Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwath Narayan held an emergency video conference with senior officials and district DCs on Tuesday evening.
“All the officials, DCs and police officers have assured full cooperation and are confident of conducting the Karnataka CET as scheduled. They are fully prepared and have put in place all the necessary protocols,” the Deputy Chief Minister said.
“As we have successfully conducted the PUC and SSLC exams amidst the Covid situation, I am confident we will conduct the CET as well without any issues,” he added.
The government will inform the High Court tomorrow about the confidence expressed by its officials in conducting the CET, he said. “However, we will take a call after the High Court makes its stand clear,” he added.