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COMEDK 2018 admission include the COMEDK UGET 2018. The under graduate admission are held by the Consortium of Medical, Engineering colleges of Karnataka for admission to various courses in its member institutions. The organizing body COMEDK notifies regarding COMEDK UGET 2018. Candidates seeking admission in UG courses can know complete details of both the exams here.
COMEDK UGET 2018 (B.Tech Only) – COMEDK UGET 2018 Engineering entrance will be held in May 2018.
COMEDK is the “Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka” to determine the merit of students in an effective, fair, transparent and non-exploitative testing procedure, floated by the Associations of Medical, Dental and Engineering private colleges for merit determination of students seeking admissions to the Member Institutions. The policies and program of COMEDK are decided by an Executive council, comprising of two principals each of Medical, Dental and Engineering Colleges and a retired Chief Secretary, and Director General of Police plus two Educationists besides a retired Principal Secretary Higher Education Department, Government of Karnataka as Chief Executive and Chairman of the Executive Council.
COMEDK has conducted more than twenty entrance test and counselling for both Post Graduate and Under Graduate courses during the past eleven years and has to its credit on an average 12,000 admissions per annum in its 12 Medical, 20 Dental colleges. During 2018-18 academic year, over 700 Medical and Dental post graduate seats are available for effecting admissions in the affiliated Medical and Dental colleges of COMEDK. However, COMEDK has no role to play in the determination of tuition fees, other fees, seat sharing formula etc. which are all between the government of Karnataka and the Colleges
Till Last year, The entrance tests of COMEDK have been consistent and steadfast, being fair, transparent and non-exploitative as can be seen from the number of candidates writing the tests, illustrated below for last six years.