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AP to Get about 300 Additional Seats in PG Medical

By correspondent

Under a scheme sponsored by Union government, AP is likely to get 300 additional post-graduate medical seats. Currently, there are 2,532 seats seats in the state. This includes 1,190 in government and 1,342 in private sector. The numbers do not include dental colleges. The additional 300 PG seats will be available in the 15... »

State Government Decides not to Permit New Private Engineering Colleges

By HIOC Team

A decision has come from the state government and the AICTE, that here after they will not be permitting new engineering colleges in the private sector. The decision has been made, because many colleges are shutting down due to zero admissions. The government will set up engineering colleges in Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Adilabad and Mahbubnagar... »

State Government Tracks Faulty Admissions in Top Engineering Colleges

By HIOC Team

Students whose parents are violating rules and are getting admissions under the management quota for their children by paying lakhs of rupees illegally to the engineering colleges to get admission in the top colleges will suffer a huge loss. As the state government is tracking down such admissions, and has directed the AP State... »

Admissions in 22 Engineering Colleges Go Vacant

By HIOC Team

Colleges in the city after the second phase of admissions had vacant seats and 22 colleges have gone without any allotments. After the second phase, 229 colleges got less than 100 admissions. The number of vacant seats were 1,06,371, including 98,218 engineering seats and 8,153 pharmacy seats. In the first allotment, 6,296 candidates cancelled... »

Online Admissions of Tech. Management Quota Seats from Sept.12

By HIOC Team

Following the state governments order to conduct engineering management seats admissions online, the Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE), announced that the admissions will commence from September 12 and completed by October 5. As per APSCHE’s guidelines, students opting for management quota seats can submit their online applications from 8 am On... »

Around One Lakh Engineering Seats in AP to Go Vacant

By HIOC Team

With more than 700 engineering colleges, Andhra Pradesh is top on the list for having the number of tech colleges in the country. With these many colleges the state is offering as many as 2.4 lakh convener quota seats for 2.07 lakh EAMCET qualified students. Even if every student who qualified in the entrance... »

NRI Quota Seats in Engineering Colleges Reduced from 15% to 5%

By HIOC Team

The state government issued new orders to all the Engineering colleges in the saying that the Non-Resident Indian (NRI) quota seats has to be slashed from the existing 15% to 5%. According to the state rule, NRI seats in Engineering colleges should be allowed only to the students whose parents stay abroad. Moreover, sponsorship... »

Fee structures of Engineering, MBA, and MCA Seats Likely to be Hiked

By HIOC Team

The A.P state government is planning to hike the fee structures of MBA, MCA and Engineering seats for this academic year, 2012-13. The hike is expected to be between 40-150 percent and the revision is applicable only to 130 engineering colleges and 120 MBA/MCA colleges, which submitted audited financial statements and came forward to... »

Tech Colleges in AP Apply for Closure

By HIOC Team

56 technical institutions in the state have applied to AICTE requesting for closure. The reason is poor response to admission. There were as many as 150 such applications received by AICTE for closure across the country and AP topped the list. The colleges from the state include 28 MCA colleges, 14 MBA colleges, 5... »

Engineering Colleges Drop-Out on the Rise

By HIOC Team

An estimated 2.93 lakh students have applied for EAMCET this year. Despite the craze for engineering course, there is increasing drop out among the students admitted in various engineering courses. A recent study by JNTU shows that about three to four per cent students drop out every year. The absolute number approximates to thousands.... »

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