Both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh state governments have plan to hold separate EAMCET entrance exam and intermediate examinations from 2015.
Students of the both the state can take any one of the test or even both test, and admission will be common for in both states.
According to the sources, students can claim 15% of open quota seats in both the states irrespective of which EAMCET they opt for. The EAMCET exam will be between a week difference in both the states.
Andhra Pradesh state Education Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao said that the state is conducting its own EAMCET exam. Even, Telangana government is also showed interest in conducting separate EAMCET exam.
After series of meeting held between both the state ministers and submitted a report it to respective governments for approval.
"We will give clarity on EAMCET in two days. If TS wants to conduct its EAMCET, there is little we can do to prevent that. But we still believe that a common EAMCET is beneficial for both the states." Rao said.