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Hyderabad International Conventional Centre
From: Monday, April 27, 2015
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Description: PathFest2015 is an educational initiative by National Reporting Centre for Ophthalmic Pathology, Centre For Sight in association with Nizam’s institute of Medical Sciences and Basavatarakam Indo-American Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Hyderabad specifically aimed at post-graduate students in Pathology.

Summer Camp 2015 at Oakridge International School

Okridge International School, Newton Campus Gachibowli
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Description: India’s Largest International School - Oakridge will be hosting a 7-day IOT-Arsenal Soccer Schools Camp for the children of Visakhapatnam. Open for both boys and girls of age 6 to 16 years, the soccer schools camp will happen from 27th April till 3rd May at Oakridge Tagarapuvalasa campus. Camps will also be conducted in Hyderabad and Mohali at Oakridge venues.


Hyderabad International Conventional Centre Hyderabad
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To: Sunday, May 03, 2015
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Description: PathFest2015 is an educational initiative by National Reporting Centre for Ophthalmic Pathology, Centre For Sight in association with Nizam’s institute of Medical Sciences and Basavatarakam Indo-American Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Hyderabad specifically aimed at post-graduate students in Pathology

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From: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
To: Sunday, June 21, 2015
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Description: IBNC and I-Medita, Gurgaon organize 15 Days Project Based Summer Training Program on Real Cisco Routers and Switches at Vignan Institute of Technology and Science, Nalgonda. This Training Program is based on blue prints by Cisco for complete CCNA Course and is certified by IBNC India and I Medita, Gurgaon. It will be 3-4 hours a day Practical Oriented Training Program. This Program will include Minor and Major Projects in networking.

Andhra Pradesh, Telangana to discuss Eamcet arrangement
Saturday, April 25, 2015
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KakinadaThe Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada which is conducting AP Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (Eamcet) 2015 will hold discussions with JNTU Hyderabad in a meeting to be held on April 27. 
The two varsities  will discuss the arrangements for conducting AP Eamcet at Hyderabad including security measures. The second regional co-ordinators meeting will be held at APSCHE at Hyderabad April 27 with the Human Resources Development Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao, Secretary to Higher Education, AP Sumitha Dawra, Technical Edu-cation commissioner B.Udaya Lakshmi, APSCHE chairman L.Venu Gopala Reddy, AP Eamcet-2015 camp officer for admissions K. Raghunadh, Telangana Eamcet convenor GK Viswanath. 
JNTUH incharge vice-chancellor N.V. Ramana Rao and others will participate in the meeting. The AP Eamcet convener Saibabu said that the candidates can download their hall tickets from May to 6 through the website www.apeamcet.org.
The candidates can submit their applications up to May 2 with a late of Rs 5, 000, upto May 6 with a late of Rs 10, 000. As many as 2,55,142 students applied for AP EAMCET till now, out of which 1,69,224 for engineering, 83,410 in agricultural and medical and 1254 for both streams. Saibabu said that there are 314 test centres in AP region and 17 in Hyderabad.
Totally 331 have been set up for engineering and 141 centres for agri and medical seats in AP region and 22 in Hyderabad region. Totally 163 centres have been set up for smooth functioning.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150425/nation-current-affairs/article/andhra-pradesh-telangana-discuss-eamcet-arrangement

Crores spent on IAS study circles go waste
Friday, April 24, 2015
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Hyderabad: Study circles set up by the state government to provide free coaching for poor students to crack the UPSC civil services exam and other competitive exams have turned out to be “white elephants” in Telangana.
Though more than Rs 225 crore was spent on these study circles, not a single student from these circles has been selected for IAS in the last five years. On the other hand, the Tamil Nadu and Odisha governments’ study circles have become “role models” sending scores of students from poorer sections to the All India Services every year.
The government spends nearly Rs 3 crore per year to run each study circle. The circles have been set up at each district for BC, SCs and STs separately. In undivided Andhra Pradesh, these study circles had the capacity to train 50,000 students per year. After the bifurcation, TS has the capacity to train 30,000 students.
In 2010-11, 47 students were trained for civils in TS, but none got selected. Similarly, 57 students were trained in 2011-12, 56 in 2012-13 and 60 in 2013-14, but none made it to the final selection list. They could not even make it to the interview stage. 
The success rate of these students in other competitive exams has also been poor. While 1,518 students were trained, only 678 were selected. Students were also coached for private sector jobs and state-level jobs like constables etc. In this category, 2,421 were trained in 2011-12, but only 601 got selected. In 2012-13, another 2,393 were trained, but just 352 were selected and in 2013-14, 2,884 students were trained, but only 309 made it to the selection list.
In 2012, out of 300 students trained in TN, 14 got selected for IAS, three for IPS, four for IFS and 28 for AIS. “Study circles in undivided AP were neglected. It will take time for the TS government to get these circles back on track,” said Jogu Ramanna, the minister for BC welfare.
He said Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Maharashtra etc. were holding classes with experienced faculty. The services of retired IAS/ IPS/ IFS officers were also being utilised, which is not the case here.
For some, state-run circles only option:
Government study circles remain the only option for students from economically backward sections, who cannot afford costly private coaching centres. Some private centres charge fees from Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 lakh, the elite ones charge up to Rs 2 lakh for the civils.
Earlier, the government used to appoint doctorates as regular faculty for the study circles. For the past seven years, it has stopped the practice due to financial constraints. The government is now dependent on contract staff who are invited to give guest lectures.
Contract lecturers are paid Rs 1,500 per class. Private coaching centres pay on the basis of the number of students in the class. In a way, they share profits with the managements and this is more lucrative.
“In Tamil Nadu, the government provides special classes in Delhi for students who qualify in the Civils Mains exam to face the interview board. It provides accommodation at the Tamil Nadu House in Delhi for a month and pays their transport costs,” said Mr R. Krishnaiah, president, BC Welfare Association, who has been agitating for long to strengthen study circles.
Such encouragement has resulted in more students from Tamil Nadu making it to the All India Services, he said. BC, SC and ST unions in Telangana are demanding that the government admit students in private coaching centres by spending the same amount instead of wasting money on poorly-staffed government study circles.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150424/nation-current-affairs/article/crores-spent-ias-study-circles-go-waste

Grocer’s daughter tops MPC first year
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Boddula Sahithi
Boddula Sahithi
KarimnagarBoddula Sahithi, one of the state’s top rank holders in Intermediate I year MPC group, is the daughter of a small grocery store owner in Kothapalli village, on the outskirts of the city. Her father Mohan’s income is around Rs 3,000 per month and he is planning to close the store as he is unable to earn to meet ends.
Sahithi secured 467 marks out of 470 in the final examinations and bagged the top rank. She is a student of Alphores Junior Colleges located in the city. She earlier achieved 9.8 grades in Class X when she was studying in Sri Vidyaniketan High School in Karimnagar. She completed primary schooling at another private school in Kothapalli.
Overwhelmed by his daughter’s achievement, Mr Mohan said that his problems would shortly end once Sahithi gets a job. “I am unable to earn sufficient income to run my family. I will work with a kirana store in Karimnagar soon. Upon learning my daughter’s performance in studies, the management of Alphores Junior Colleges offered a seat in Intermediate course free of cost,” he stated.
Sahithi said that she would like to become an engineer by pursuing some engineering course in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). She claimed that she would extend her support to her family in the future as parents pinned many hopes on her. Her younger brother is studying Class VIII at a private school in the city.
Another topper of CEC group, Chelimella Aishwarya’s father is a conductor at Vemulawada RTC depot. Aishwarya hails from Namilikonda village in Kodimyal mandal. She stated that she would become a civil services officer in the future. She said that her father was very happy with her achievement.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150423/nation-current-affairs/article/grocer%E2%80%99s-daughter-tops-mpc-first-year

Telangana looks to Administrative Staff College of India for new system
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Administrative Staff College of India (Photo: www.asci.org.in)
Administrative Staff College of India (Photo: www.asci.org.in)

Hyderabad: The state government, as part of the global city concept, has asked urban planning experts from the Administrative Staff College here to study developing a new system for the city,

Experts said, “Drainage and sewerage system in urban areas is an important priority. A recent study showed that sewerage systems typically reduce diarrhoea incidence by about 30 per cent, or perhaps as much as 60 per cent when starting sanitation conditions are very poor.

Another study also showed that urban sanitation can have an impact on diarrhoea disease, even without measures to promote hygiene behaviour. In this regard, the presence of efficient drainage and sewerage system is a major factor in the prevention of spread of waterborne diseases in twin cities.

As per the Census 2011, at the country-level, there is no drainage facility in 48.9 per cent households, while 33 per cent households have only open drainage system.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150421/nation-current-affairs/article/telangana-looks-administrative-staff-college-india-new-system

Technical colleges face heat on admission
Monday, April 20, 2015

Picture used for representational purpose. (Photo: DC/File)
Picture used for representational purpose.

Hyderabad: There’s more trouble in store for private engineering colleges in Telangana as the government is preparing grounds to put them on notice for faulty admissions last year.

The TS government is verifying the qualifications of students admitted to engineering colleges last year under the management quota and has found hundreds were admitted using the equivalency certificates purportedly issued by the Board of Intermediate Education (BIE).

The AP government had issued showcause notices to many engineering colleges on the same premise. The TS government has come upon many students admitted from states like Bihar, Jharkhand and the North-East.

Officials say college managements admit these students under the management quota since the governments of their states offer fees reimbursement to students even if they are admitted in colleges under management quota in other states.

Many admissions, thought to be made by using fake certificates, have also come to the notice of officials of the TS State Council of Higher Education that is currently in the process of ratifying admissions.

“There are many students admitted with equivalency certificates. We have to verify with the Intermediate Board as to how many of these certificates are genuine,” said TSCHE secretary N. Srinivasa Rao.

Equivalency certificates are issued by the BIE in case the student in question is not of the BIE here. It generally issues certificates to students from any of the Boards listed by the Council of Boards of School Education in India.

Officials are now trying to ascertain whether the 12th pass certificates of the Board and the equivalency certificates submitted by students are genuine.

Recently, the AP government had cancelled 788 admissions in engineering colleges as they were based on fake certificates and admissions were made by violating rules.

"In colleges in some of the border districts like Nalgonda, Khammam and Mahbubnagar, most of the students are from other states. How is it possible that they outnumber local students, in view of the existing laws?" a senior TSCHE official asked.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150420/nation-current-affairs/article/technical-colleges-face-heat-admission

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