The Supreme Court has hereby announced the extension of EAMCET 2013 Engineering Counselling till 1st of September.
The EAMCET counselling for Medical admissions were successfully conducted across the state. The counselling for admissions into Engineering courses were likely to start from June 20 which was later announced to start from 1st week of July.
As there were no announcements regarding the counselling, the students opting for engineering courses were upset. Students depended on the EAMCET officials for updates regarding the counselling.
With no much time for admissions to end, students forced the officials to conduct the counselling as soon as possible.
In the mean time, the issues of Telangana took place and is still in progress. So the counselling has been postponed till 1st of September. Unfortunately, there are students too, who are involved in the disruption caused across state.
However, students have to wait for the present situations to calm down. The counselling will be held in all terms and conditions through which, students can gain admissions into the courses as opted by them.
Schools, colleges closed in Hyderabad as 48-hour bandh. The pro-Telangana march was held in Hyderabad. The situation was tense at the Osmania University, the epicentre of protests for separate statehood.
Schools and Colleges shut due to Telangana bandh
Osmania University was tense as a student committed suicide for the sake of separate Telangana state. Apparently frustrated by the delay in the formation of a separate state, Bandaru Srinivas, an engineering student, ended his life.
Schools and colleges closed, due to bandh
Educational institutions were closed across the region, which comprises 10 districts. Shops and businesses were shut in several parts of Warangal, Medak, Mahabubnagar, Karimnagar and Nizamabad districts.
Normal life was affected in five districts of the Telangana region but there was not much impact in other districts including Hyderabad.
Colleges take part in Telangana bandh
Samaikhya Andhra Samithi on Sunday gave a call for Colleges Bandh on August 3 in the limits of Greater Hyderabad. Warning the Centre of serious consequences if it divides the Andhra Pradesh, Samithi president Kumar Chowdhary
Osmania University students take part in bandh
Yadav said that the agitations would be organised across the State if the Centre decides in favour of Telangana formation.
Colleges bandh held on Aug 3
Andhra Pradesh, Samithi president said that students would participate in the protest in large numbers and therefore, Colleges' Bandh was called on August 3.
Separation of Andhra Pradesh
This disruption was caused by the regions against the decision of the Congress and the UPA to create the Telangana state out of Andhra Pradesh.
Highlights of Telangana Bandh.
As you are aware, from last week, the normal life is being disrupted across Andhra Pradesh.
Educational institutions and commercial establishments remained closed, and the service of state-run Andhra Pradesh Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) were also suspended.
Students at Osmania University were lathi-charged on the second day of a bandh called by those who want a separate state of Telangana. Security had been increased at Osmania University as a precaution during the bandh.
This disruption was caused by the regions against the decision of the Congress and the UPA, to create the Telangana state out of Andhra Pradesh.