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JEE students left in lurch by CBSE, Telangana
Thursday, July 02, 2015
More than 1,200 students, who had applied for recounting of their Inter marks, found their JEE Main ranks were not displayed.
More than 1,200 students, who had applied for recounting of their Inter marks, found their JEE Main ranks were not displayed.
HyderabadMany students and parents were upset with the Telangana Board of Intermediate Education on Wednesday as the JEE Main results were declared. More than 1,200 students, who had applied for recounting of their Inter marks, found their JEE Main ranks were not displayed.
Parents and students were outraged when they came to know that CBSE did not receive the Inter marks after recounting was conducted. This resulted in a blame game as BIE officials said that they had sent the results in a CD and also via email to the Central Board of Secondary Education, which the CBSE officials denied.
CBSE officials said that the left-out students could not be given ranks, meaning that they would lose the chance to get into premier institutions like the NITs and IIIT. 
A parent, whose daughter had scored 145 in JEE Main and 96 per cent in Intermediate after recounting, said, “This is so reckless on part of the BIE and CBSE. My daughter would have got into some good NIT for sure. Now, because of their carelessness and lazy attitude, she stands to lose the opportunity. The  TS government should not leave the matter here and make CBSE accord a rank. Children should not be punished for the lazy attitude of officials.”
The state government is said to have decided to send an official of the education department to CBSE, New Delhi, to clear up the issue.
Architecture students bag JEE -Main top ranks
Architecture students ruled the roost in JEE Main-2015, the ranks of which were released on Wednesday. Among the top 10 students, more than six were those who had opted for B.Arch.
The JEE Main topper is Sharmila Reddy, who opted for B.Arch. and is a student of Sri Chaitanya Narayana institution. Five more rankers out of the top 10 — S.N.V.S.R. Krishna Prudhwi, D. Sai Bhasker, B.V.S. Naidu, Goka Harshith and K. Ashwan Reddy, who got the  third, fourth, fifth, eighth and 10th rank respectively — are from the same institution. 
Sushma and Dr P. Sindhu Narayana, academic directors of Sri Chaitanya Narayana Educational Institutions, said, “Most students secured highest percentage of seats in various NITs and IIITs.  It is a proud moment for us all.”

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150702/nation-current-affairs/article/jee-students-left-lurch-cbse-telangana-0

Call for school bandh today in Telangana
Wednesday, July 01, 2015
Representational image
Representational image

Hyderabad: As many as seven student organisations have called for a shutdown of schools in the state on Wednesday, July 1, to protest against the TRS government’s education policy paralysis.

This is the second shutdown called by student organisations in the state in less than two weeks, as they are up in arms against the Telangana Rashtra Samiti government for not keeping pre-election promises.  

Seven student organisations — PDSU, SFI, AISF, TVV, PDSU(T), AIDSO and AIFDS — have called for the shutdown of all schools on Wednesday.

Among their demands is the immediate announcement of a policy document on the KG to PG free education scheme and regulation of private school fees.

“Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao promised KG to PG free education but nothing has been done till now. In the one year since the formation of Telangana, this government has done nothing for education,” said A. Ashok, PDSU general secretary for TS.

Student outfits are also asking for regulation of private school fees and strengthening of the public school structure, both of which they say the government is not willing to do.

Student organisations also warned schools not to remain open on Wednesday.

Several schools were forced to close by student organisations the last time they had called for a shutdown.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150701/nation-education/article/call-school-bandh-today-telangana

JEE Main ranks to be out today
Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Picture for representational purpose only.
Picture for representational purpose only.

Hyderabad: There was further embarrassment for the Central Board of Secondary Education and the Joint Seat Allocation Authority as the former could not release JEE Main ranks even by Tuesday evening.

However, in a statement late on Tuesday night, the CBSE said that the ranks have been compiled and handed over to NIT Patna for counselling purpose.

Candidates can check their ranks after 12 noon on JEE Main or CBSE results website. Counselling for admissions to IITs and NITs couldn’t begin even on Tuesday as scheduled by the JoSAA a day earlier. After this, the JoSAA also didn’t release a fresh schedule as yet.

It was expected that the JEE Main ranks would be released on Tuesday at least considering the JoSAA had deferred Web counselling from Monday to Tuesday i.e. by only one day. Much to its chagrin, JoSAA has no choice now but to revise the schedule for the third time.

The deadline for state boards to send Class XII marks of students was set for June 25 and almost a week has passed.

CBSE chairman Satbir Bedi also didn’t respond on being asked when the ranks would be released.

Web counselling was originally set to begin from June 25 but was delayed as JEE Main ranks couldn’t be released. In a revised schedule, the JoSAA said counselling would begin from June 29 which was revised for the second time pushing it to June 30. However the second revision could also not be adhered to.

This year the JoSAA is holding joint simultaneous counselling for admissions to IITs, NITs and other central institutions.

On Tuesday, even as the JEE Main ranks were not released, the JoSAA didn’t release any clarification as to when the counselling could begin.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150701/nation-education/article/jee-main-ranks-be-out-today

Web counselling for Telangana Eamcet from July 6
Wednesday, July 01, 2015
The final allotments would be announced on July 13
The final allotments would be announced on July 13

Hyderabad: First phase of Web counselling for the Telangana Eamcet is likely to begin from July 6 and end on July 13.

Entry of options online would be allowed from July 6 till July 9 and July 10 would be provided for change of options.

The final allotments would be announced on July 13. However, the official schedule is to be released by the Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) in a day or two.

The Hyderabad High Court had earlier directed authorities to hold counselling from July 6 and begin academic sessions from August 1, as per the Supreme Court’s guidelines.

Though counselling was to begin much earlier, it was delayed as engineering colleges approached the High Court against the JNTU-Hyderabad giving them just one day to rectify deficiencies pointed out by the varsity.

But with private engineering colleges planning to approach the High Court again, it remains to be seen if the planned counselling schedule will still stand.

“As the High Court had earlier directed, we are planning to begin first phase counselling on July 6 and announce allotments on July 13,” a senior Telangana State Council of Higher Education said.

“We will hold a meeting on this n Wednesday or Thursday and then released the schedule officially. But colleges are planning to go to court so we have to see what happens,” the official added.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150701/nation-current-affairs/article/web-counselling-telangana-eamcet-july-6

Nine students of Loyola Academy suspended for brawl
Friday, June 26, 2015
Loyola College, Hyderabad (Photo Courtesy: www.indiacollegesearch.com)
Loyola College, Hyderabad (Photo Courtesy: www.indiacollegesearch.com)

Hyderabad: Nine students of Loyola Academy were suspended for seven days by college authorities after a street fight at a tea stall outside the campus between seniors and juniors was caught on CCTV camera.

On June 18, two degree students from the electronics department belonging to third year and second year had an argument on campus over juniors not showing enough respect to seniors. The argument continued at a tea stall outside the campus which led to an all-out brawl between seniors and juniors. Scared locals even alerted the police.

Source: Nine students of Loyola Academy suspended for brawl

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