Candidates for the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) filed a public interest litigation (PIL) with the High Court on July 28, 2020, and challenged the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA )’s notice that the exams on 30 and July 31 between the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

They were represented by lawyers Arnav A Bagalwadi, HC Prateek and Shathabish Shivanna. During the hearing, the bank asked the KEA to reconsider its decision to conduct audits while finding that the pandemic cases are increasing daily.

Public transportation is currently not permitted in 5,000 state security areas, which creates problems for prospective students.

The court noted the problem and asked KEA to rethink the dates for the exam and present its decision on Wednesday.

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