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Telangana State Common Entrance Tests Postponed- New Dates will be announced soon


    Telangana Common Entrance Tests EAMCET, Polycet, ICET, ECET, PGCET, Lawcet, PGLCET, Edcet and PECET are postponed.

    Telangana Entrance Exams: The government has taken a crucial decision on the entrance examinations in Telangana. The government has told the High Court that all the entrance exams have been postponed due to corona boom. The entrance exams scheduled for tomorrow have been
    postponed. EAMCET, Polycet, ICET, ECET, PGCET, Lawcet, PGLCET, Edcet and PECET are postponed.

    The High Court has been hearing a case of public appeal to postpone the entrance exams to be held in Telangana tomorrow. NSUI state president Venkat has filed a public interest litigation in the High Court demanding the postponement of the exams due to coronavirus crisis in the state. The court asked the AG to clarify the possibility of a lockdown in Hyderabad. Asked how the tests would be conducted if a lockdown was imposed in Hyderabad. Inquiry into the petition suggested clarification on the lockdown.



    AG said on this occasion that the lockdown was based on the Cabinet decision. He said that the Cabinet meeting will be held in one to two days. The AG said that it would discuss the entrance exam with the CS and decide in the afternoon. The hearing was adjourned at 2.30 pm. The government later told the court that it was postponing the entrance exams. The dates of the exams will be revealed later. Typewriting exams which are going to conduct on July 4, 11 and 12 are also postponed. JNTUH, on the other hand, told the court that it had no intention of conducting the final semester of engineering exams. It is recommended that the grading be given with an average of the marks of the last 2 semesters. The higher education council has to make a final decision. The court ordered the state higher education council and the JNTUH to clarify the UG and PG exams by next month.



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