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Hold EAMCET counselling as schedule', says Supreme Court

August 4, 2014 - Hyderabad


The Supreme Court on Monday while hearing the case on EAMCET counselling directed the Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education to go with the counselling as scheduled by it.

The apex court directed the APSCHE to complete the process of counselling by August 31 and commence classes from the 1st week of September. The court directed that the impact of the division of the State should not cast a shadow on the students and asked not to politicize the issue with the future of the students.

The Court posted the matter to August 11 and asked the governments to go in line with the nativity and other aspects as laid down in the AP State Reorganization Act 2014.

Brings cheers to AP Government
The interim judgment of the Supreme Court gave a major relief to the student community and the government.

It may be recalled that the Telangana Government has wanted the apex court to consider only students whose parents were the bonafide residents of the State as on November 1, 1956 as local students and its appeal to give more time was turned down. The AP Government too impleaded in the court when their efforts to persuade the counterpart to cooperative and abide by article 371 D did not get any response.

Chandrababu Naidu happy:
VIJAYAWADA: Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu reacting over the judgment in tweeter said ‘Glad that SC has upheld the rule of law. The apex court has done justice to students of both the AP and Telangana’.

Welcoming the Supreme Court interim judgment State Media Advisor Parakala Prabhakar, Minister for Social Welfare R Kishore Babu, HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao, Minister for Health Kamineni Srinivas said that the apex court judgment has vindicated the decision of the APSCHE.

Aadhar Card for basis:
ONGOLE: Meanwhile, APCC president N Raghuveera Reddy said that Aadhaar card should be the basis for fee reimbursement for both Andhra Pradesh and Telangna students. He said that the Telangana government decision on nativity is total violation of AP State Reorganization Act.

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