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TS Ed CET final phase seat allotment released 7-Aug-2018
hyderabad,Aug 7 TS Ed.CET-2018 Final Phase seat allotment has been released on Monday. Candidates should report at the allotted colleges on or before August 9, 2018. The class work has already been commenced from July 25, 2018. TS Ed.CET is conducted for admission into B.Ed in the Colleges of Education in Telangana State for the academic year 2018-2019.
The candidates are advised to visit the official website http://educetadmische.acin for downloading the allotment order and joining report. Ed.CET is a common Entrance Test, designated as Telangana State Education Common Entrance Test-2018 (TS Ed.CET-2018) was con-ducted by the Osmania University, Hyderabad on behalf of the Telangana State.
TS-EdCET first phase seat allotment released 19-Jul-2018
hyderabad,Jul 19 The Telangana State Education Common Entrance Test (TS-EdCET) first phase seat allotment was released on Wednesday and about 10,599 seats have been allotted to eligible candidates. In the first phase, 20,815 candidates attended the certificate verification process and 20,542 have exercised their choice of web options. For the academic year, 12,788 convener seats were available in 195 colleges.
Candidates who have been allotted seats have to visit the official website for downloading allotment order and joining report. They have to report at the allotted college by July 23 and the class work will commence from July 25. A notification for final phase of counselling will be released on July 24. The TS EdCET is conducted for admissions into B.Ed courses.
22,781 B.Ed seats vacant after first phase Counseling in AP EDCET 17-Jul-2018
Amaravathi,Jul 17 After the first phase of AP B.Ed counselling, a total of 22781 seats remained vacant out of 25,672 seats. In first phase of B.Ed counseling only 2,891 seats of the total 25,672 seats were filled. The second phase of counselling will start from 30 th July. However, a large number of seats remained vacant this year at the end of the first phase of counselling.
the Andhra Pradesh government has introduced a system wherein students need not report to colleges to finalise their admissions in the institutions allotted through web counselling. Students now have to click the ‘Self Reporting’ option to be introduced from this year on the web page, and their admission will be finalised.
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B.Ed Admissions on August 30th 2017 30-Aug-2017
Hyderabad,Aug 30

The Telangana state council of higher education (TSCHE) Will Issue a notification for the common entrance test 2017 TS Ed.CET 2017 for admissions to the B.Ed regular course for 2017-18 on August 30. Verification of certificates will be held from September 9th to 13th and students can avail web-options from September 9th to 16. Results will be declared on September 20.Reporting and classes will begin from September 25th 2017.

Telangana firm on common PG entrance test 21-Jan-2017
Telangana,Jan 21

The Telangana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE) is firm on conducting common entrance test for admission to PG courses in different universities in the state. The varsities are requesting higher authorities to continue with the existing system under which each varsity will conduct its own test to fill seats in different PG courses under it. However, the state council wants to go ahead with its decision to conduct the common entrance test.

Students will not have to write PG entrance tests in each varsity if a common test in place and it would also ensure transparency in admissions, feel the authorities.

Meanwhile, TSCHE chairman N.Papi Reddy named the conveners of all CETs barring EdCET-2017. With admission process of EdCET-2016 yet to be completed due to legal hassle and other issues, council wants to go slow on this issue. Once the counselling formalities are completed, EdCET-2017 convener would be announced.

Ed colleges shut down in protest 13-Dec-2016
Telangana,Dec 13

The Telangana B.Ed and D.Ed Coleges Managements Association has decided to protest against delay in conducting the second phase of EdCET counselling and DIETCET notification. Starting from December 15, all colleges in 31 districts will remain shut. This was decided at a meeting of colleges association held on Monday. The association is seeking an appointment with the Chief Minister and other high officials in the coming days. Nearly 9,000 seats are yet to be filled in in abot 200 colleges.

Hyderabad HC tells Telangana govt to approve B.Ed colleges 20-Sep-2016
Telangana,Sep 20

The Hyderabad High Court has directed the Telangana state government to grant permission under Section 20 of the Telangana Education Act, 1982 to the B.Ed. colleges set up by the petitioners.

Justice M.S. Ramachandra Rao was allowing a batch of petitions questioning the action of the universities in the state in refusing to grant affiliation on the ground that the State of Telangana had not issued Government Order granting permission under Section 20 of the AP Education Act, 1982 as adopted by the Telangana.

After perusing the legal position and case laws, the judge held that the state government has no power to reject the prayer of an institution for grant of permission or to overrule the decision of the National Council for Teachers Education (NCTE).

The judge said that once the NCTE had granted recognition, it is deemed and implied that it has satisfied itself that the institution in question has adequate financial resources, accommodation, library, qualified staff and laboratory required for proper functioning of the institution for a course or training in teacher-education.

The judge ruled that therefore it was not open to the state government now to refuse permission to the B.Ed. courses set up by the respective petitioners on the ground that there is no adequate qualified staff to impart teacher education in these colleges.

The judge also ruled that it was not open to the government to refuse permission to the petitioner colleges on the ground that starting colleges will not be in the interest of students.

While directing the state government to grant affiliation to the colleges, the judge directed the Telangana State Council of Higher Education to include the petitioner colleges in the second phase of process of web-counselling for allotment of students in B.Ed. course for the academic year 2016-17 in view of the recognition granted to them by the NCTE.

EdCET entrance: Rankers munnabhais 20-Aug-2015
Hyderabad,Aug 20 Hyderabad: A day after the arrest of the second ranker of EdCET entrance on Tuesday, Police found that he had hired another person to write the entrance on his behalf. Police also arrested the first ranker for his alleged involvement in the same case. The accused had submitted the entrance application with the photo of the person who appeared for the examination. Cops identified the accused as M. Linga Swamy, a post-graduate from Osmania University and a native of Chityal in Nalgonda district. During interrogation, Linga Swamy admitted that after completion of his MA in English, he had desired to pursue B.Ed at Osmania University. As he felt he was weak in the subject, he took the help of his friend, one Shoban, a group D Railway employee. “One of his friends, Srinivas Reddy, submitted an application, affixed with Shoban’s photo. He appeared for the exam on Linga Swamy’s behalf at Koti Women’s college center on June 6.” said Joint CP, CCS T. Prabhakar. Police are investigating to find out the involvement of others in the case. Earlier, police had registered a case under Section 420, based on a complaint by EdCet convener Mr P. Prasad. He had alleged of malpractices in TS EDCET-2015. As many as 57,775 candidates had competed for 25,000 seats across Telangana out of which 160 seats were allotted to Osmania University. The test was conducted on June 6, in 134 centers across Telangana.
TS EdCet Counselling details Announced on Monday. 18-Aug-2015
Hyderabad,Aug 18 TS Edcet Counselling details Announced on Monday. Convenor/Professor Prasad had Announced TS Edcet Counselling details on Monday. 1. 2nd September to 10th September - Certificate Verifications. 2. 5th September to 14th September - Web Option Selection. 3. Others - NSS, NSC, SPORTS, Physically Handicapped - 3rd September to 9th September. Venue Details: Hyderabad - Nizam College Warangal - Subedari Arts College. NOTE: Shortly Notification will be release.
EDCET Counseling Has Been Extended 6-Nov-2014
Hyderabad,Nov 6 Edcet counseling has been extended up to Friday said by CET convener Mr. N. Venkat Rao. AP, Telangana BEd colleges, students, principals are advised to enlist until Friday. Edcet counseling supposed to end on Nov5th However, at the request of the candidates were extended to Nov 7th.
1,331 Candidates Attended EDCET Counseling In Two Days 20-Oct-2014
Hyderabad,Oct 20 Edset next web counseling was conducted on Saturdays, Sundays . In two-days mathematics, physics, English, biology methodologies courses rank the candidates certification verification done for first to last rank candidates This lasted until the evening hours of Sunday observance was attended by 1,331 candidates. From nine o'clock in the morning on Monday, biology, sociology courses certification will be done said by convener of Edset. Meanwhile, the completion of the respective colleges edset seats assigned to the first round of counseling for the students Andhra University Vice-Chancellor Professor G.S.N Raju provided scratch cards and acknowledgement letters on sunday.
EDCET 2014 notification released 5-Mar-2014
Vishakapatnam,Mar 5 EDCET 2014 notification released The admission test for B.Ed regular course, "Education Common Entrance Test - EDCET 2014" notification was release by Andhra university, vishakapatnam on march 5th 2014. EDCET Notifications, EDCET time tables, EDCET Results, EDCET news, EDCET articles and other information of EDCet is available from the following link of www.manabadi.com http://www.manabadi.co.in/SourceView/edcet/Home-page
EdCET 2014 will be held on June 2 7-Feb-2014
,Feb 7 The Education Common Entrance Test (EdCET) 2014 will be held on June 2, Andhra University will conduct the Education Common Entrance Test (EdCET) 2014. EdCET 2014 notification will be issued on March 5 and submission of online applications will commence on March 09, 2014. Last date for submission of online applications is April 24 and April 30 with a fine of Rs. 500. After the test is held on June 2, The results will be announced on June 23.

Important Dates: Notification Issued on : March 5th, 2014 Online Application Start from : March 9th, 2014 Online Application Last Date : March 24th, 2014 EdCET Exam on : June 2nd, 2014 EdCET Results announced on : June 23rd, 2014
EdCET web counselling from Oct. 18 13-Oct-2012
Hyderabad,Oct 13 The final phase of web-based counselling for admission into the B.Ed. course in colleges of education in the State, based on the Education Common Entrance Test (EdCET) 2012 ranks, will commence on October 18.

The schedule was announced in a press release by Convenor Nimma Venkata Rao here on Thursday. Accordingly, certificate verification for candidates of mathematics and physical sciences methodologies will be done on Oct. 18. They have time till Oct. 20 to give option of the college through web.

For candidates of biological sciences and English methodologies, the certificate verification will be done on Oct. 19 and web option duration for them is from Oct. 19 to 21.

Certificate verification for social studies is on Oct. 20 and web option duration is from Oct. 20 to 23.

Candidates of all ranks are allowed on these days.

Other categories

Certificate verification for the candidates seeking admission under NCC, CAP, sports and physically challenged categories in all methodologies will be done on Oct. 19 and they can give their options through web from Oct. 19 to 21.

While the notification will be issued on Friday, the colleges have to submit by October 12 the list of candidates who have not reported to them during the previous phases

A total of 11,626 seat were left unfilled during the first phase and the candidates who have not reported to the colleges allotted to them during the first phase and new colleges if any would be included in the final phase, Prof. Venkata Rao informed.

The seats not filled were 3,328 in mathematics; 1,177 in physical science; 1,358 in biological science; 2,352 in social studies and 3,411 in English.

Source: The Hindu
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