‘Don’t Play With Student’s Future’ Urges A.P. Minister

The future of 9.5 lakh students hangs fire as Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhara Rao is still to take a decision regarding fee-reimbursement for various professional courses. The EAMCET counseling process is delayed till the decision is taken.

Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Minister R. Kishore Babu has urged the Chief Minister to take a decision, as students in both states would have problems if the EAMCET counseling is further postponed. The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has appealed to Mr. Rao and has also written a formal request to resolve issues, so that students are not kept waiting.  The Telangana government is still to respond.

The Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare minister has said that the Supreme Court had directed that admissions should be  completed latest by August 1, failing which legal action can be taken. The AP State Reorganization Act has clearly stated that the provisions of Article 371(D) would continue in both the states for 10 years, so that local students of both states would get equal opportunities.  Additionally, an earlier Government Order which defines a local student as one who has completed 4 years of continuous education in a state is also to remain in effect for another 10 years he stated.

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