BENGALURU: The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has announced that the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) applicants, whose revenue document (RD) numbers are mismatching, can rectify it by June 12. According to the KEA, the RD numbers of 30,000 students are not matching.
The executive director of the KEA, S Ramya said in a press release that of the 2.6 lakh students who had taken up the CET for admission to professional courses, there is a mismatch in the RD numbers of over 30,000 candidates. Candidates who caste/income/Kalyana Karnataka domicile certificates are not in order will lose the reservation and be put in the general pool. They can rectify the data by 11 am on June 12, she said.
Instead of providing income certificates, some candidates have furnished EWS certificates, which are not recognised as per CET rules. The KEA has given candidates time from June 8 to 12 to rectify the RD numbers. If the RD numbers are not rectified by the, the candidates themselves will be responsible, she said.
The KEA has published a list of candidates whose RD numbers are mismatched. The KEA is already in the process of verifying documents with the Revenue Department and students.