March 22, 2018

PG Medical Admissions in Telangana Medical Colleges 2018-19

KNRUHS (Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences, Warangal) has announced notification inviting online applications forms from the candidates fo admission into medical PG courses for the academic year 2018-19.

Candidates qualified for NEET - PG 2018 will be eligible for admission into PG Medical Courses in Health University and its affiliated medical colleges.

The seats under competent authority quota in various medical colleges affiliated to KNRUHS and NIMS Hyderabad will be filled with NEET PG Ranks.

Candidates can refer to for more information on PG medical admissions. Candidates must apply online between 23rd and 28th March 2018.

Telangana LAWCET and PG LAWCET 2018 Dates Announced by OU

Osmania University, Hyderabad has announced TS LAWCET 2018 and PG LAWCET 2018 schedules. Admission into LLB and LLM courses for the academic year 2018-19 will be through these exams in University and private law colleges in Telangana State.

Applications will be accepted through online mode only from 25th March 2018 to 25th April 2018 without any late fee. Candidates may log onto OR for further information.

TSLAWCET 2018: 25th May 2018 (Registration fee is Rs. 800. For SC / STs Rs. 600)

TS PG LAWCET 2018: 25th May 2018 (Rs. 1000, For SC / STs Rs. 600).

The registration fee may be paid at TS / AP online centers in TS and AP and also through payment gateway (Credit / Debit Card / Net Banking).

March 15, 2018

Invigilators held Responsible for Copying in SSC Exams in Telangana

The Government of Telangana has passed an order making invigilators responsible for the copying in SSC exams. The SSC / 10th class exams have started on 15th March 2018 in Telangana.

The decision of the Government holding teachers accountable if any student found copying has attracted the ire of the teachers' unions.
Telangana teachers’ organisations have urged all the examiners to boycott invigilation duty demanding the government to revoke the decision.

DEOs and MEOs also expressed anger over the decision of the Government. The circular issued by the Government also states that teachers on examination duty of the day will have to give an undertaking in this regard.

Telangana Progressive Teachers’ Federation president M Ravinder said that the decision was unacceptable as it is threatening teachers on duty. He demanded installing CCTVs and other measures to curb the copying in the exams.

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