Common Entrance Test

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The Common Entrance Test (CET) [1] is a competitive exam conducted for the purpose of admission of students to the first year or first semester of full-time courses in medical, dental and engineering courses in professional colleges the various states of India.

The professional colleges in the state offering such courses are affiliated with the state run universities and admit students through the CET annually. The fee structure varies from year to year.


  1. ^ "Karnataka Examinations Authority". Retrieved Jan 17, 2016.