There appears to be a divided opinion over EAMCET 2014 counselling, inspite of the Supreme Court order. Andhra Pradesh has commenced the counselling for its professional courses, but Telangana state is waiting for the final verdict from the Supreme Court.
Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) Chairman, T. Papi Reddy, has declared that the government will have its own counselling for its students.
Earlier, the Supreme Court had ordered that both the states should conduct the counselling. But, now Telangana government has decided not to conduct the counselling.
SC will hear the Telangana petition on August 11, 2014. After the final verdict, they will decide to hold the counselling.
APSCHE had started the document verification process on August 7, for Andhra Pradesh state. The APSCHE feels that even if Telangana institutions take part in the process a little later, it may not do any harm, as there is still time for the process of actual admissions to begin.
If the Telangana government decides to take part in the counselling within the next two to three days, which is unlikely, a separate schedule will be announced very soon.