The state engineering entrance exam EAMCET (Engineering Agriculture Medical Common Entrance Test) will be conducted jointly for both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
After the bifurcation of the state, both the governments had decided to change their examination and syllabus for intermediate students according to the new norms.
But the EAMCET exam is common for both the states. Either, they should decide to scrap EAMCET examination or they will have to conduct the common intermediate examination.
According to the officials, they are inclined to hold the common intermediate exam this year, without any changes. Currently the paper evaluation is taking place separately in both the states.
If state governments decide to conduct separate examination from 2015, they have to bifurcate the process of the Board of Intermediate Examination (BIE). BIE is the board reponsible for conducting the intermediate first and second year examination across the state.
As per the reports, AP Chief Minister, N Chandrabadu Naidu has said that he will discuss the issue with TS Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Earlier, Telangana government had decided to remove the history of the Andhra Pradesh from the school textbooks.
Meanwhile, BIE had already announced that the intermediate public examination would be held in the month of March 2015.