Andhra Pradesh News on May 11, 2017

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PGECET-89.3% takes the test

Amaravati:: The second day of the APPGECET-2017, common entrance test for admissions into PG courses in Engineering and Pharmacy colleges passed off peacefully at 49 centres in the forenoon session and 33 centres in the afternoon session across the State and Hyderabad. Overall attendance of the second day was 89.37 per cent.

Last date for Management quota PG seats extended

Amaravati:: Dr.NTR University of Health Scienes Registrar Appalanaidu said that the last date for submission of applications to PG medial under management, NIR and institutional quota has been extended by two days i.e., May 14. Candidates who were qualified in the NEET from any State can apply.

Last date for submission of applications to MDS extended

Dr.NTR University of Health Sciences Registrar Appalanaidu has said that the last date for submission of applications for MDS course has been extended up to May 14.

AP EAMCET rank cards

Amaravati:: AP EAMCET convenor Prof.Ch.Saibabu said in a statement that the candidates can download the rank cards from Friday from the official website APSCHE will take up the counselling process for the qualified candidates and dates will be announced shortly, he said.

Tearful adieu to Nishith

Nellore:: Family members, followers and staff of the Narayana Educational Institutions bid a tearful adieu to Nishith, son of P.Narayana, Minister for Municipal Administration who was killed in a road accident. The last rites were performed near the Penna today. The body of Nishit was brought from Hyderabad on Wednesday night an placed at the Narayana Medical College and Hospital on the city outskirts. Narayana returned from London in the early hours broke into tears on seeing the body of his son. Narayana Institutions declared holiday for three days as mark of respect to Nishith who was the director of the institutions.

Compensation to landlords opposed

Srikakulam:: CPI(M) leaders M.Krishna Murty and Chowdary Tejeswara Rao today expressed their concern over the move to pay compensation to the landlords who had occupied lands in Kovvada an surrounding villages, where the NPCIL planned to set up atomic power plant. Speaking to media, they urged the government to stop such payments. Their demand gained significance as the revenue officials recently decided to pay up to Rs.9 lakh per acre to those who had occupied government lands.

Unnecessary fuss over Jagan-Modi meeting

Vijayawada:; BJP Andhra Pradesh Affairs in-charge Siddharth Nath Singh said that there was no need to read too much into the meeting of Prime Minister Modi with Leader of the Opposition Jagan Mohan Reddy. Meanwhile, Nagari MLA RK Roja termed the TDP leaders’ allegation a panic reaction. Jagan presented the evidence of corruption to the tune of Rs.2 lakh crore allegedly involving Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu, she said.

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