The Government of Karnataka launched a free crash course online namely ‘GetCETGo’ to assist the aspiring candidates who are preparing for various entrance exams. Amid the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the extended lockdown, it is highly arduous for the ambitious students to prepare for the competitive exams. Intending to help such folks, the Karnataka Government has come up with this new online crash course.
The students preparing for CET and NEET 2020 examinations can join this free crash course online. BS Yeddyurappa, the Chief Minister of Karnataka launched the ‘GetCETGo’ course alongside the Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Higher Education CN Ashwath Narayan. Considering the current risky situation in the country, the Central Government has imposed a nationwide lockdown.
As a result, all the educational institutions and other organizations were shut down. Even, the people aren’t allowed to roam around the city like before. Due to this, the students are unable to take coaching at the coaching centers. Keeping this situation in mind, the Karnataka Government has come up with this solution.
The newly launched online crash course programme will help the students in enhancing their career development skills. Eventually, they can crack any competitive examination in a fruitful manner. As per the latest notice, the initiative assists the aspirants who are in 12th class or II PUC. This free course will be available for the students who had already registered for KCET 2020. The candidates can utilize a user ID and password to access the course online.
Sinchu Infotech and Deeksha Online, the popular institutes have developed this crash course. For the past 20 years, this institute has a successful record in the country. The students can access the videos, interactive exams, and synopsis through the free online crash course. More than 194000 students have registered for this crash course, as per the latest reports.