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Telangana: Medical aspirants’ Eamcet set for July 9; result on 14
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Online registrations will commence from June 1 till June 7 without fines.
The registration fee for the test is Rs 250 for SCs and STs and Rs 500 for others. (Representational image)
 The registration fee for the test is Rs 250 for SCs and STs and Rs 500 for others. (Representational image)

Hyderabad: The Telangana Eamcet for filling MBBS and BDS seats in various colleges in the 10 districts will be held on July 9.

With the Central government promulgating an ordinance to exempt a few states from the uniform national test, NEET, for this year, Telangana is conducting its own entrance test for filling seats in government colleges and in the convener quota of private medical colleges.

Online registrations will commence from June 1 till June 7 without fines. However, with a late fee ranging from Rs 500 to Rs 10,000, students can apply for the exam till July 7. The registration fee for the test is Rs 250 for SCs and STs and Rs 500 for others.

Hall tickets can be downloaded from July 2 onwards. Unlike the usual practice of holding the medical entrance test in the afternoon, this time the exam will be held from 10 am to 1pm. The results will be announced on July 14.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/in-other-news/260516/telangana-medical-aspirants-eamcet-set-for-july-9-result-on-14.html

Hyderabad: Summer vacation hits school checks
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Nearly 162 schools have been shortlisted for carrying out checks.
Authorities are likely to seek additional time to complete this process. (Representational Image)
 Authorities are likely to seek additional time to complete this process. (Representational Image)

Hyderabad: The summer vacation has come as a speed-breaker for the education department’s inspections in schools in GHMC limits.

Nearly 162 schools have been shortlisted for carrying out checks, but authorities could hardly cover half of the schools since the drive commenced a few weeks ago. In this backdrop, authorities are likely to seek additional time to complete this process.

Due to summer holidays, teachers and office staff are not available and hence the school managements have sought additional time from inspection teams landing on their doorsteps. Besides education wing staff, an audit official has been made part of these teams to identify financial irregularities.

“We are asking information regarding fee structure, students’ strength, faculty salaries, expenditure, year of establishing etc. Almost all schools have sought time till reopening to furnish all information,” a senior official said.

The department had planned to complete the drive before June first week, but it has been ruled out now. The High Court is hearing this issue following a petition filed by the Hyderabad School Parents Association. The next hearing is in the first week of June and the court has sought a report on the 162 private schools.
Inspections were carried out in 12 private schools earlier.

Bro. Show Reddy, president of Missionary Schools Association, said the fee structure was very reasonable in these schools. An education wing official said that any amount collected in excess of Rs 5,000 at the time of admission amounts to violation of rules.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/240516/hyderabad-summer-vacation-hits-school-checks.html

Parents plan two protests on fee issue in Hyderabad
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Political parties too have offered to take up the issue.
A protest will be held at Commissionerate of School Education on Wednesday (Representational Image)
 A protest will be held at Commissionerate of School Education on Wednesday (Representational Image)

Hyderabad: With support coming from various quarters, the School Fee Regulation JAC has decided to up the ante in the coming days. Two protests have been planned on May 25 and June 11 to mount pressure on the government to regulate private schools collecting exorbitant fees, especially in twin cities.

JAC secretary Nagati Narayana stated that nearly 20 organisations such as Youth for Better Hyderabad, Janavani, Sadhana, Child Rights Protection Forum had joined the joint action committee to support the fight for reasonable fees.
Political parties too have offered to take up the issue.

At their meeting on Monday, the JAC members reviewed the activities taken up in the last two-and-a-half months and charted their future course of action. Mr Narayana criticised the government for not addressing the issue which was discussed at length during the Assembly Budget Session.

“A protest will be held at Commissionerate of School Education on Wednesday. A mahadharna will be conducted on June 11 at Indira Park just before reopening of schools. It is time government addresses this issue with top priority,” he said.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/240516/parents-plan-two-protests-on-fee-issue-in-hyderabad.html

Hyderabad: Paper 2 of JEE was test of skill
Monday, May 23, 2016
Experts laud team which prepared Paper 2. Say it’ll help select best students.
Paper 1 questions in the subjects of Maths, Physics and Chemistry went off easily. But Paper 2 students say tested real skills.
 Paper 1 questions in the subjects of Maths, Physics and Chemistry went off easily. But Paper 2 students say tested real skills.

Hyderabad: Engineering aspirants on Sunday found Paper-2 tougher than Paper-1 during the JEE Advanced exam held in the city. Physics to a large extent, and some Maths questions, took a lot of time to finish, many of the test takers said.

R. Gayatri, who got 330 marks in the JEE Main, said that Physics questions on Paper-2 were extremely long. “Paper-1 went off easily with questions in the subjects of Maths, Physics and Chemistry turning out to be simple. But Paper-2 was the real test of our skills,” she said.

Meanwhile, Dr P. Ananda Raman from the FIIT JEE, at Hyderabad, said that this years’ Advanced exam was a shade tougher than last year's examination. He also lauded the team that had prepared the papers. “The real talent and skill to solve problems of the student was put to the test this time. So only the best of the lot will come out with flying colours and get admissions into the IITs,” he said.

In terms of turnout, close to 10,000 candidates appeared for the exam across the  three centres of Hyderabad, Warangal and Mahabubnagar in Telangana.

Nearly 1.56 lakh candidates registered for the national level entrance exam out of a total of around 1.98 lakh qualified students.

JEE Advanced 2016 comprises of two papers- Paper 1 and Paper 2, and candidates have to appear in both the papers to be eligible to be listed in the rank list.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/230516/hyderabad-paper-2-of-jee-was-test-of-skill.html

Telangana government to hold Eamcet afresh
Saturday, May 21, 2016
Centre agreed to promulgate an ordinance to keep state boards out of the ambit of the Neet for this year.
The AP government will release the medical stream results of the Eamcet conducted on April 29, at 11 am on Saturday. (Representational Image)
 The AP government will release the medical stream results of the Eamcet conducted on April 29, at 11 am on Saturday. (Representational Image)

Hyderabad/New Delhi: The Telangana state government announced on Friday that it would conduct a fresh Eamcet for filling medical and dental seats hours after the Centre, under pressure from several states, agreed to promulgate an ordinance to keep state boards out of the ambit of the Neet for this year.

The AP government will release the medical stream results of the Eamcet conducted on April 29, at 11 am on Saturday. Results for other streams had been released on May 13.

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The ordinance, cleared by the Union Cabinet on Friday morning, is aimed at “partially” overturning a Supreme Court verdict which said all government colleges, deemed universities and private medical colleges would be covered under Neet. This was the only agenda for the Cabinet meeting, sources said. The next phase of the exam is scheduled for July 24.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/210516/telangana-government-to-hold-eamcet-afresh.html

    
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