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Polytechnic counselling begins

Staff Reporter

Admission process will be completed by June 10 and classes will being from June 15. Admission process will be completed by June 10 and classes will being from June 15.

HYDERABAD: Counselling for admission to polytechnics in the State began on Thursday at five centres -- Hyderabad, Warangal, Guntur, Tirupati and Visakhapatnam -- simultaneously.

The Minister for Technical Education, Nayani Narsimha Reddy, inaugurated the counselling in Hyderabad by giving the admission certificate to Jagadeeshwar, the first student to be called for counselling.

He took admission in the electrical branch at the Government Polytechnic, Ramanthapur.

Mr. Reddy said 18,090 seats were available in 92 polytechnics in the State.

He said the admissions would be completed by June 10 and classes would begin from June 15. Candidates, who have studied through CBSE syllabus and have not received their marks sheets so far, can take admission by submitting a proof of pass like a printout of memo on the Internet or a signed certificate from the school headmaster concerned.

Further information on this can be had on 040-23308368 and 040-23313085. The Director, Technical Education, G. Anantha Ramu, P.T. Prabhakar, Joint Director, Technical Education, Raghunath, camp officer were among those present.

Protest staged

Members of Andhra Pradesh Diploma Holders' Association staged a protest outside the counselling hall demanding stoppage of construction work on the land belonging to Government Polytechnic, Masab Tank, by the Technical Education Department.

They also wanted the Government to shift the counselling centre from the premises.

They contended that the institution's land had shrunk as new constructions came up for the counselling of EAMCET and other related courses.

They were also against the new construction being taken up for providing better facilities for parents and students attending the counselling.

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