Candidates seeking admissions into Engineering, Medical, and other under-graduate courses through CET were happy on 1 June 2015 with the result declaration.

Among 1.57 lakh applicants, 1.53 lakh students wrote CET conducted in 343 centers.

Last year, CET was conducted across 52 cities in Karnataka in which around 1, 37,000 applicants appeared for the exam.

The Examination started on May 12 with Mathematics and Biology paper and ended on May 13 with Chemistry and Physics.

The results were initially to be declared on May 26, however, due to certain discrepancies in the results of Karnataka II PUC 2015, it was postponed to 1 June.

1.12 lakh students qualified for Engineering, 19, 275 students made it to Medical/Dental and 1,394 students were found to be eligible for Architecture.

By grabbing 4 ranks in the top 10, Deekshaites have again created history with their remarkable performance.

Sharan G.S from Deeksha Center for Learning is the 1st rank holder in the National Aptitude Test in Architecture.

In Medical, Pallavi from Deeksha Centre for Learning scored high and secured 3rd Rank.

Deekshaites scored high in engineering too. Anusha K and Ganesh V grabbed 7th and 8thRankin the field.