BENGALURU: Nearly 59,000 aspiring engineers from across India sat for the Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (ComedK) UGET (undergraduate entrance test) for admissions to 150 private engineering colleges in the state on Sunday.

Most students found the online exam to be of average difficulty; mathematics and chemistry sections were the hardest.

“Overall, the paper was easy. I struggled in maths and chemistry as they were the toughest sections for me,“ said Harshvardhan from MES College who appeared for the test at Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology. Even Bharath from Sri Chaitanya PU College found integration mathematics the toughest section.

In Karnataka, 22,484 of the 26,568 registered students appeared…

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