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HYDERABAD: The sale of EAMCET applications this year will be through branches of Andhra Bank.
The bank was chosen after the postal department had refused to sell the applications this year.
EAMCET Committee Chairman D.N. Reddy said the postal department insisted on payment of Rs. 20 per application as commission while it was Rs. 10 last year.
Prof. Reddy said Andhra Bank has agreed to sell the application forms in 110 branches. .
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