Telangana government seeks supreme court to extend the dates for EAMCET 2014 counselling to October 31.
As per the supreme court oder, all the admission process to the professional courses in the states must be end by July 31.
Due to the separation of Andhra Pradesh state, students are facing trouble to choose their professional courses in the state.
Even so, Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu opposed the plea of the Telangana government to postpone the EAMCET counselling.
Earlier on July 16, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has sought Governor E S L Narasimhan's intervention to prevail upon the Telangana Government to immediately commence the counselling process for admission into professional courses for the 2014-15 academic year.
According to the section 95 of the AP Reorganisation Act, the admissions and reservation quotas in education sector have to be continued for a period of 10 years in both the states.
One of EAMCET aspirant said, "Why these politicians are playing with future of students".
More than 2.5 lakh students are waiting for the EAMCET 2014 counselling.
On the other side, the students who are near to the neighboring states are moving to other states for education, to get professional seats in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.