The examination was conducted in two sessions — forenoon and afternoon — and arrangements were in place in order to maintain physical distance.
This apart, all centres will be under CCTV surveillance and each one will have an isolation room for candidates who have symptoms of Covid-19.
Stating that the government is determined to have this changed, he directed the officials to revamp infrastructure of government colleges under Nadu-Nedu scheme.
With just a few days left for the Karnataka - Common Entrance Test (CET), the demand to postpone the examination is getting louder.
With respect to online courses, Suresh said the ones related to skill development, and EAMCET mock tests are permitted.
While the new dates were supposed to be announced after the end of lockdown, the minister went ahead with the announcement of the dates.
All four Core subjects will carry 60 marks each and will be conducted for 80 minutes per paper.