By | 31 Dec 2022 at 5:37 PM
2 lakh students benefit from Karnataka govt's NEET, JEE, KCET e-learning app GetCETgo: Minister

On Sunday, Karnataka’s minister for higher education, Ashwathnarayan CN, stated that around 2 lakh students benefited from the state government’s Get-CET-go crash course application.

GetCETgo is an initiative by the government of Karnataka to assist all students in the state in preparing for the Common Entrance Test (CET), National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2023) and Joint Entrance Exam (JEE Main 2023) examinations.

All students preparing for the CET, NEET, and JEE 2023 exams have free access to comprehensive study materials including summaries, practise questions, chapter-by-chapter tests, simulated exams, and revision videos.

Ashwathnarayan stated, “The GetCETgo, e-learning initiative helps our students prepare for competitive exams such as CET, NEET, and JEE, and increases the number of Karnataka students in IITs across India.”

The minister explained further that the e-learning initiative is a comprehensive online platform for second-year pre-university students to prepare for the KCET. KCET-registered students will be able to download the preparatory material.

The app that was released in 2020 initially contained study materials for KCET; however, it now also contains materials for NEET and JEE Main 2023. The minister had previously announced that December will be “good governance month” in the state.