January 20, 2015

TS EAMCET Exam Details 2015

The Telangana government has announced the schedule for conducting various common entrance tests (CETs), including EAMCET on May 14 for admission to professional educational courses. Chairman of Telangana State Council for Higher Education T. Papi Reddy announced the dates for EAMCET (May 14), LAWCET (May 19), ICET (May 22), PECET (May 25) and EdCET (June 6) at a press conference.

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

Ridiculing the claims of AP, he stated that only Telangana had the right to conduct the CETs as per the bifurcation Act. As the State Council for Higher Education was based in Hyderabad, it would go to Telangana itself, he reiterated. Mr. Papi Reddy said they had made the issue clear before the Governor already and mentioned that AP had even moved the Centre on the issue, but to no avail as the bifurcation Act was clear that the higher education council would go to Telangana. He offered that Telangana would conduct CETs for AP too if the latter agreed.

The students of Andhra Pradesh would have to appear for CETs to be conducted by Telangana, if they wished to have admissions in the colleges here in the 15 per cent open quota, the Telangana State Council for Higher Education Chairman said. Meanwhile, speaking to reporters after meeting the Governor Mr. Srinivasa Rao alleged that the action of Telangana was against the spirit of bifurcation act. He would meet the Governor again after speaking to Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu, the minister said and demanded that Telangan Government implement the bifurcation act.

Protesting Telangana’s decision, Andhra Pradesh Education Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao called on Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan and complained against the former’s attitude. He reiterated that Telangana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE) had no legality and only the APSCHE had powers to conduct CETs as provided in the Andhra Pradesh Re organisation Act for common admissions. 

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