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Info terminals for students

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BANGALORE: Tele-info terminals are being set up at the City Railway Station and bus stations of Bangalore to provide information to the students coming from districts in the State and from other States for appearing in the Common Entrance Test (CET) for professional courses. The facility will give complete information about the tests, lodging locations, examination centres and BMTC base services to reach their venues. The facility is being provided by the city-based Sk Infosystems.

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