HC has directed AP Government to treat intermediate exam as qualifying the exam. Hyderabad High Court directed Andhra Pradesh government to consider Intermediate as ‘qualifying examination’ and not EAMCET as to who would be preferred for the 1 percent NCC quota for admission into undergraduate courses. A petition has been filed by R Josthna of Nellore, the division comprising of Justice V Ramasubramanian and Justice Anis issued notices to NTR University of Health Sciences and NCC directorate directing them to file their counter within two weeks. TS Telangana Eamcet-3 hall tickets: Download admit cards from September 3 at med.tseamcet.in
According to a report in a daily Petitoner Josthna said that GO Ms No.111, on September 3, 2015 passed by AP government is having an adverse affect on students like her. The division bench found fault with Health, Medical and Family Welfare department for giving wrong interpretation to the expression ‘qualifying examination’. The bench directed AP authorities to give priority to those who obtained NCC A, B and C prior to their appearing for Intermediate exam and not to those who have obtained the certificates prior to EAMCET.
“EAMCET is only a competitive examination, you cannot define it as a qualifying examination,“ the bench told the AP government. As per reports two more persons, including a research assistant working in National Institute of Nutrition, were arrested today by the Telangana CID in connection with the medical EAMCET-II question paper leak case, taking the total number of arrests to ten .In the TS EAMCET-II-2016 (medical) entrance examination question paper leak case, two more brokers Shyam Yadav alias Guddu, a native of Ranchi in Jharkhand, and Athimamula Rama Krishna, a Research Assistant in National Institute of Nutrition, and native of Nizamabad district (in Telangana) were arrested.