College managements, parents, students and politicians want the State government to drop the idea of conducting Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) and recommended that admissions could be given taking into account Intermediate Marks.
Not with standing this, there were suggestions from parents and college managements to finish the admissions transform by June encouraging initiation of classes by July for the profit of students.
They wanted government to assemble a meeting of Parents, students, faculty and college managements for thinking on the proposition to make admissions on the premise of moderate exams.
These were proposals and suggestions made by different people at Association of Managements of Engineering Colleges (AMEC) course on ‘Cancellation-off of EAMCET’ sorted out here on Saturday.
Post-bifurcation, there is a considerable measure of contention and open debate over the behavior of EAMCET in the two States. The Telangana government on Friday announced that EAMCET notification would be issued on February 25 and the exam would be directed on May 14.
According to reports, Students from Andhra Pradesh would be given admissions in the 15 every percent unreserved seats.
There is no requirement for leading EAMCET in A.P. Transitional exams are conduct by the State government and if there are worries about private colleges indulging in malpractices during practical exams, authorities, could consider just theory subjects marks, especially science, math, physical science, organic science and zoology, proposed BJP State president K. Haribabu, who was boss visitor for the workshop.
AMEC general secretary M.D.V.S.R Punnam Raju said because of the postponement in finishing the admission process, parens and students were selecting admisisons in esteemed colleges in different States.
This was bringing about huge loss for universities in the State, inevitably influencing the nature of training as numerous were not able to enlist experienced workforce, give base, he said.
The exorbitant postpone in beginning the classes was affecting students’ preparation as staff were thinking that it hard to finish the syllabus by March.
This was additionally bringing about undue anxiety for students as they have to get ready for other focused examinations, said Revathi, a parent, who also supported the idea of conducting the admissions based on intermediate examinations.