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DSC 2006

High Court directs filling of teacher posts as notified in DSC 2006 notification
Interim orders to facilitate filling up vacant posts

Rank cards to DSC 2006 candidates
Selected candidates list will be posted on APOnline

State Government decides to appoint teachers on temporary basis
Decision taken pending Apex Court judgment on unified service rules

DSC selected teachers protest
Demands appointment of teachers selected under DSC 2006 first

Answer sheets of DSC sent for forensic analysis
Deputy Educational Office and four others in the scam arrested

DSC 2006 scam
Suspended DEO threatens to end life if proved

Education Minister clarifies on DSC 2006
No cancellation as lakhs of careers at stake

Dy DEO and three teachers arrested in DSC Scam
Rs. 47.70 lakhs recovered

District Selection Committee scam crosses Rs 3 crore
Question mark hangs over SED officials' role

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Answer sheets of DSC sent for forensic analysis

Deputy Educational Office and four others in the scam arrested

Hyderabad, February 13, 2007

The District Selection Committee (DSC-2006) in Kadapa district scam, the OMR sheet of the candidates who appeared for the DSC have been sent for forensic analysis following charges of tampering by some Educational Department officials and teachers to favour a select a few.

In a supplementary to a question on the DSC 2006 scan in the Assembly on Tuesday, the Minister for Education for School, N. Rajya Lakshmi informed that the Chief Minister had promptly ordered an inquiry. The Collector, in his report said that the OMR sheets of Secondary Grade Teachers (Telugu) candidates were tampered.

She further said that a Deputy Educational Officer and four teachers who were arrested and sent to judicial remand had confessed to their involvement in the tampering and collected huge amounts from the candidates.

Andhra Pradesh on February 13 , 2007

44 storeyed ICICI Centre to come up in Hyderabad
Mega facility would cost about Rs. 1000 crores

Chief Minister firm on IIT at Medak
Opined 21st century Gurukulam at Basara would benefit students

Walkouts and podium encroachments gets highlighted in Budget Session
CPM pushes power problems in the state

Answer sheets of DSC sent for forensic analysis
Deputy Educational Office and four others in the scam arrested

Gold shoe for Goddess Bramarambhika
Golden shoe weights 400 grams and valued at Rs. 4.08 lakhs

Kadapa DCC joint secretary murdered
Rivals believed to be behind the task

Five persons arrested in TV Newsreader murder case
Offenders suspected to have invited her giving an lucrative offer

City Hotels and Gifts shops gear up for Valentines Day
ABVP to protest celebrations

Excise collections in the zone increases
Records impressive growth of 20.3 percent

ICICI Prudential to focus on rural side expansion
Plans to expand its distribution network AU seeks US patent for discovery
Research taken up as part of the MoU signed ECET FDH Notification likely to be released on February 15
JNTU to conduct the entrance examination

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