Inter Admission To Begin May 12, But 200 colleges of Telangana yet to get affiliated

Inter Admission To Begin May 12, But 200 colleges of Telangana yet to get affiliated

Hyderabad: The Telangana Intermediate Board has issued a schedule for admission to the government, private, aided, model schools and gurukula junior colleges in the state. The first phase will start from 21st of this month. The students allowed the colleges to distribute the application forms and the admission process. The first phase is to be completed by the end of the next month. From June 1 it is clear that classes should be started.

These provisional entrances have been made based on Marks Memos. Transfer certificates and original ESCC memos have been confirmed to their entries. The second phase of the admission schedule will be issued later. The Board has suggested that all the seats should be allocated based on the Principals Rule Reservation of Junior Colleges.

The following rules in the schedule:

Admission Eligibility depends on Student’s grade point average, subjects based on grades

No examinations can be conducted for entrances. if doing so, the official will take strict action on respective colleges.

Student Aaadhar number is mandatory in any college

 Entries should not exceed 88 seats in each college

Entries should not be made in the cancellations by the board.

Entries in Additional Sections come with board approvals

To abolish these provisions college affiliate identity will be canceled along with fine

 In college, the seats that are sanctioned and the seats to be replaced will display at the College Gate.

No advertisements should be made about these entries.

Jogini children’s records should be replaced father name by mother Name.

Details of affiliated colleges can be obtained on the board website (tsbie.cgg.gov.in).

Parents should include their children in recognized colleges.

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