December 30, 2014

TS EAMCET Online Application 2015

The conduct of EAMCET, this year, is likely to land in legal wrangles with both the AP and Telangana governments sticking to their respective stands that they had the legal authority to conduct the Common Entrance Tests (CETs).  The A.P. State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) on Dec 29th, Monday announced the dates of all the CETs of 2015 including the EAMCET on May 10 next year. 

The APSCHE Chairman, L. Venugopal Reddy, claimed that the AP HRD Minister, Ganta Srinivasa Rao spoke to the Telangana Education Minister G. Jagadish Reddy, and got his consent. The TS Government is visibly annoyed with the APSCHE for dragging Mr. Jagadishawar Reddy into the controversy and said the Minister had never agreed for the common test since it had always maintained that it had the authority to conduct the CETs as per the A.P. Reorganisation Act.

Important Dates:
Notification Issued on                                          : Feb 25th, 2015 
Online Application Start from                             : Feb 28th, 2015
Online Application Last Date                              : April 9th, 2015
With Rs.500/- Fine Last Date                            : April 15th, 2015
With Rs.1000/- Fine Last Date                           : April 22nd, 2015
With Rs.5000/- Fine Last Date                              : May 5th, 2015
With Rs.10,000 /- Fine Last Date                        : May 12th, 2015
Data Correction from                                              : April 15 to 20, 2015
Hall Tickets Download From                               : May 8th to 12th, 2015
EAMCET EXAM                                                   : May 14th, 2015
Engineering                                                   : 10am to 1 pm
Medical and Agr                                  : 2.30pm to 5.30pm
Preliminary Key                                                     : May 16th, 2015
Objections Receive Last Date                             : May 23rd, 2015
Declaration of Ranks                                           : May 28th, 2015

The Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) Chairman, T. Papi Reddy, said the Telangana Government had given the order on EAMCET and APSCHE's effort was to pre-empt it. Due to AP Government”’s stubborn attitude, students are being put to inconvenience and confusion,”he told this correspondent in an exclusive interview. 

Officials say both the governments are interpreting the Reorganisation Act to their convenience. The AP Government only says APSCHE has the authority as TSCHE never existed on June 2, the appointed day of Telangana formation. Moreover, common admissions have to continue for 10 years in both the States.

But Telangana officials argue that admissions will be common and not the entrance tests. “We will continue with 15 per cent non-local reservation as per the Act," insisted Prof. Reddy. “How can such announcements be made unilaterally is the question raised by Telangana officials. With mistrust all around, it is better for both States to have separate tests”, observed an official. “It is sure to end up in courts,” is the common refrain among officials.   Official Website...

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