Text of News Item appeared in telanganatoday.com e-paper on 11-08-2020

 

The State government on Monday finalised a schedule for the Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (Eamcet) 2020. Accordingly, the entrance test for the engineering stream will be held on September 9, 10, 11 and 14.

As the matter of conducting common entrance tests (CETs) is in the High Court, necessary permission will be obtained from the court. The schedule was finalised during a high-level meeting chaired by Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy with senior officials of the Education Department.

Similarly, the Engineering Common Entrance Test and Polytechnic Common Entrance Test will be conducted on August 31 and September 2, respectively. According to a senior official, the dates for holding AM stream of the Eamcet too would be finalised soon.

“The AM (Agriculture and Medicine) stream of the Eamcet will be held after the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (Neet) on September 13. The service provider does not have test slots for conducting the exams,” the senior official said. (See PAGE 2)

Eamcet from September 9

“Depending on the slot availability, we will schedule all the entrance examinations. These tests may be held on consecutive dates,” the official added. A schedule for degree admissions through the Degree Online Services, Telangana (DOST) 2020 has also been finalised to commence from August 20. Meanwhile, starting from Augus

The State government on Monday finalised a schedule for the Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (Eamcet) 2020. Accordingly, the entrance test for the engineering stream will be held on September 9, 10, 11 and 14.

As the matter of conducting common entrance tests (CETs) is in the High Court, necessary permission will be obtained from the court. The schedule was finalised during a high-level meeting chaired by Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy with senior officials of the Education Department.

Similarly, the Engineering Common Entrance Test and Polytechnic Common Entrance Test will be conducted on August 31 and September 2, respectively. According to a senior official, the dates for holding AM stream of the Eamcet too would be finalised soon.

“The AM (Agriculture and Medicine) stream of the Eamcet will be held after the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (Neet) on September 13. The service provider does not have test slots for conducting the exams,” the senior official said. (See PAGE 2)

Eamcet from September 9

“Depending on the slot availability, we will schedule all the entrance examinations. These tests may be held on consecutive dates,” the official added. A schedule for degree admissions through the Degree Online Services, Telangana (DOST) 2020 has also been finalised to commence from August 20. Meanwhile, starting from August 20, students of Classes VI to X in government schools will have digital classes whereas for Classes III to V, digital classes will begin from September 1. The classes will be aired through Doordarshan and T-SAT network channels.

Likewise, digital classes for intermediate students will begin from August 17, and admissions to the first year intermediate streams will begin after September 1. Teachers’ attendance to the tune of 50 per cent has been made mandatory from August 17.

 

Eamcet from September 9

“Depending on the slot availability, we will schedule all the entrance examinations. These tests may be held on consecutive dates,” the official added. A schedule for degree admissions through the Degree Online Services, Telangana (DOST) 2020 has also been finalised to commence from August 20. Meanwhile, starting from August 20, students of Classes VI to X in government schools will have digital classes whereas for Classes III to V, digital classes will begin from September 1. The classes will be aired through Doordarshan and T-SAT network channels.

Likewise, digital classes for intermediate students will begin from August 17, and admissions to the first year intermediate streams will begin after September 1. Teachers’ attendance to the tune of 50 per cent has been made mandatory from August 17.

t 20, students of Classes VI to X in government schools will have digital classes whereas for Classes III to V, digital classes will begin from September 1. The classes will be aired through Doordarshan and T-SAT network channels.

Likewise, digital classes for intermediate students will begin from August 17, and admissions to the first year intermediate streams will begin after September 1. Teachers’ attendance to the tune of 50 per cent has been made mandatory from August 17.

 

Eamcet from September 9

“Depending on the slot availability, we will schedule all the entrance examinations. These tests may be held on consecutive dates,” the official added. A schedule for degree admissions through the Degree Online Services, Telangana (DOST) 2020 has also been finalised to commence from August 20. Meanwhile, starting from August 20, students of Classes VI to X in government schools will have digital classes whereas for Classes III to V, digital classes will begin from September 1. The classes will be aired through Doordarshan and T-SAT network channels.

Likewise, digital classes for intermediate students will begin from August 17, and admissions to the first year intermediate streams will begin after September 1. Teachers’ attendance to the tune of 50 per cent has been made mandatory from August 17.

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