Earlier this week, it had been announced that the EAMCET 2014 document verification process was to begin from August 7, 2014. But the Telangana government has asked students not to participate in the process.
On July 29, the APSCHE has decided to conduct the EAMCET 2014 document verification process without prior permission from the Telangana government.
According to APSCHE Chairman, L Venugopal Reddy, the document verification process would be between August 7 to 14 in both the states.
Earlier, the Telangana government had requested the Supreme Court for time till October 2014, to conduct the counselling. The government has asked the APSCHE to get permission from the both the states to begin further processes.
APSCHE officials were saying, that they had issued a notification for document verification process and not for the counselling, to save time. They have confirmed that they will wait for the Supreme Court's decision. SC will hear the petition on August 4.
Telangana state education minister, G Jagadeeswar Reddy, appealed to state students not to bother about the notification and the government would take care of the all their interests.
"When admissions have to be made to engineering colleges in Telangana, Telangana government's orders would be final and binding on them and therefore students need not worry about losing admission," Reddy said.