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Yesterday, the Court had asked the State to reconsider whether it wants to conduct the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) as has been scheduled for July 30-31. The State was asked to submit its decision today.
The reasons that had prompted the Court to pass the above order included the large spike of COVID-19 cases in the state, the inability of persons to step out of containment zones, lack of provision for public transport etc.
As per media reports as of yesterday, there were 16,005 containment zones in Bangalore alone.
In yesterday's hearing AAG Dhyan Chinnappa had argued that there will be no exams in Containment zones and students will be placed in different rooms.