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Telangana common entrance tests to go online in 2018

Beginning next year, common entrance tests for various under-graduate and post-graduate courses in engineering, management, education, agriculture, pharmacy and law will be held online by the Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE).The decision follows instructions by education minister Kadiyam Srihari. The seven CETs to be held online next year are -Eamcet, Ecet, Pecet, Edcet, Lawcet, Icet and Pgecet. Last ... Read More »

Telangana finally decides to recruit teachers, but associations worried about legal issues ahead

In a much-needed relief to teacher aspirants across the state, the Telangana government has finally issued a Government Order (G.O.) for direct recruitment to fill 8,792 vacant teacher posts across 31 districts. G.O. No 25 says that teacher vacancies will be filled within a year in all government schools in district, zilla parishad and mandal parishad limits. Though the order ... Read More »

‘Make English medium education free, remove audit objection’

Alleging that the “audit objection” was a “threat” to them and that the internal auditing team of the Directorate of School Education (DSE)’s demand that they collect a fee from the students enrolled in the English medium at government schools was unfair, headmasters across the State appealed to the Principal Secretary of School Education to take a firm policy decision ... Read More »

Private engineering colleges teachers face job threat

An association of teachers in private engineering colleges has alleged that they were facing problems with their pay scales, service rules and job security. There are no well defined employment norms due to which teachers could be sacked any time. There are also cases where appointment letters have not been given to faculty members, it said. Mr P. Rama Krishna ... Read More »

Check students entering on sports quota: Telangana educators

Officials have observed cases of misuse of the sports quota by students to get admission into reputed colleges. These students take advantage of a few comparatively modern sports being added into the quota list. Prof. V. Satyanarayana, convener of Telangana State Physical Education Common Entrance Test (TSPECET) said that sports such as kabadi, volleyball and cricket were earlier considered as ... Read More »

Private schools wink at govt order

Despite orders issued by the Directorate of School Education, more than 50 per cent of the private schools across the city are yet to upload details of fee structure and expenditure of their institutions. The State government issued a circular on August 30, directing the private school managements to upload the fee structure and expenditure of their institutions for the ... Read More »

Medical College not possible in Siddipet this year

Govt. of Telangana had taken a decision to establish a Government Medical College at Siddipet but due to certain unavoidable circumstances, it could not be established this year. However, it is likely to start from the academic year 2018-19. The process of recruitment of teaching and non-teaching staff has already started. Director of Medical Education has issued notification for the ... Read More »

240 Jr. Colleges face disaffiliation, refuse exam fees

The future of thousands of students studying in Junior colleges seems to be gloomy since Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) disaffiliated 240 junior colleges. The board refused to accept examination fees of the students studying in these colleges. Earlier, it had also warned the parents not to get their children admitted in these colleges. It is understood that the management ... Read More »

Governor wants sports to be made part of school curriculum

“Football is a great game, but unfortunately has not got its needed importance,” said Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan during the inauguration of the Hyderabad Football Academy’s (HFA) school league at the Gymkhana Grounds in Secunderabad on Wednesday. Harking back to Hyderabad’s heyday in the sport, the State’s first citizen recalled the legendary Olympians from the historic city who graced the game, ... Read More »

Co-Education is not an Unalloyed Good: Let’s Hold on to our Responsibilities

No one can imagine depriving a girl from getting an education .Acquiring education is basic right of every girl and its impact on society is indisputably prominent. Efforts are being made to achieve gender equality in education all around the globe. With the gradual increase in girl schooling, a concept – Co-education or Co-ed emerged which means, the integrated education ... Read More »

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