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Andhra news on April 28, 2017

  • Amaravati:: SSC results on May 8 or 9th:: Sources said that the results of SSC examinations that were conducted from Mary 17 to April 1 will be released either on May 8 or 9th. As many as 6,28,081 students have appeared for the examination. However, a final decision would be taken on the announcement of the results will be taken said School Education Commissioner Sandhya Rani.
  • Amaravati:; Group I preliminary test on May 7:: The screening test for Group I examination for filling up of 73 posts by the APPSC will be held on May 7. As many as 93,482 candidates have applied for the posts and the test will be conducted in 174 centres according to APPSC secretary YVST Sai said in a statement on Friday. The test will be held from 10.30am to 1pm. Hall tickets were posted on the website. Candidates will be allowed into the examination centres from 9.30am to 10am and a grace time of 15 minutes will be given. The candidates have to bring any original ID proof like passport, pan card, voter ID, Aadhaar card, driving licence.
  • Amaravati:: D.Ed first year examination last date for fee payment is May 12:: The 2015-17 batch students of first year can pay the examination fee without fine on or before May 12 according to examinations director VS Bhargava said on Friday. The candidates can pay the fee with a late fee of Rs.50 by May 19.
  • Amaravati:: Notices sent to 460 degree colleges:: The AP SCHE has served notices to 460 degree colleges across the state for various violations. Majority of the colleges are being run in private buildings and have to be shifted to its own premises after five years. Majority of the colleges even did not apply for permission for continuation of the collge in the private buildings.
  • Kakinada:: 75,381 appear for EAMCET(Agriculture):: AP EAMCET convener Dr.Ch.Saibabu on Friday aid that EAMCET (agriculture) examination that was held on Friday for which as many as 75,381 candidates have took up the test. The preliminary key will be posted on the website and objections if any can be sent by May 1.
  • Rajamahendravaram:: YSRCP demands to declare the State drought hit:: The agriculture wing of the YSRCP has demanded the government to declare the entire State as drought affected as the food grain production has touched the lowest point after 2003. Speaking to media on Friday, the State president M.V.S.Nagireddy said that during 2008-09, the extend of land under cultivation was 43.86 lakh hectares and has come down to 38.62 lakh hectares in 2016-17.




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