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More details have evolved on the organization structure and applicability of the test for EAMCET 2012 today. The 2012 organization will be led by Prof Rameshwar Rao from JNTU supported by NV Ramana Rao and G.K Vishwanadh. While the dates for the exam are still tentative, the list of courses that EAMCET 2012 will serve as a gateway to admissions has been announced.
Indian politicians again put education at the bottom of the list of priorities by citing paucity of time for not approving key education bills in winter session of parliament. The same politicians had time to approve a number of irrelevant bills that are not the highest priority for the country.
EAMCET 2012, scheduled to be held in May 2012 may move away from the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University to Osmania University. JNTU has held this exam for the last 13 years. AP State council for higher education ( APSCHE ) is mulling over this and other entrance tests like ECET, ICET, LAWCET etc., and will reveal the decision this week.
This year Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) was allotted 27% OBC seats. But JNU filled only 396 out of the 683 OBC seats. In other words the university succeeded in filling up 15% out of the 27% OBC seats. Majority of the vacant seats have been allotted to general category.
The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) offering 17 master's degree programme - 2011-2013. This institute was started in 1936, formerly known as the Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work. In 1964, University Grants Commission (UGC) funded the TISS and since then known it deemed the status of university.It currently hosts 6 Schools, 4 Independent Centres, and 3 Resource Centres.
Even after five rounds of online admissions, there are still students with 90% score did not secure seat in junior colleges. Though the scores are above the cut-off point, the students either not made it to a seat in college or did not make it to the college of their seats. Once upon a time ,90% score is more than enough to get a seat in any junior college. But today the same 90% has no value.
The Self-Financing Medical College Managements have decided to postpone the medical admission for the government quota seats until september 13. On this day the supreme court will process the case relating to admissions .
On Tuesday , Kerala Private Medical College Managements Association held a meeting regarding the medical admission issue. Several decisions were made in the meeting.
There about more than enough vacant seats in the city colleges.The education department decided to start offline admissions to fill up these vacant seats. One of such colleges is FJYC. FJYC on wednesday sep 1st started the its offline admission process. The college will start accepting application forms till september 3rd and will release the merit list on September 6th.
Good news at all those students , who have not been allotted any seats yet. As well as students from IGCSE board ,who have not applied yet ,as their results have been announced in August. There about 50,000 vacant seats in the colleges of Mumbai city. These students can apply for these vacant seats ofline. The offline admission commences from september 1 to 4th.