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KCR discusses steps on EAMCET-2, VCs fronts: Leaked paper sold for Rs 70 lakh each

Fri, Jul 29, 2016, 06:44 PM
In the wake of the High Court passing strictures stalling GO on Vice-Chancellors’ appointment and Eamcet-2 leakage leaving a scar on the State government’s functioning, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday held a high-level review meeting at his Camp office.

The Chief Minister is understood to have specifically discussed the High Court order against the VCs appointments and further steps to possibly move the Supreme Court and also shared his views on Eamcet-2 leakage. Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari, Health Minister Dr C Lakshma Reddy, Ministers Pocharam Srinivas Reddy, Talasani Srinivas Yadav, Vice-Chancellors of various universities and officials attended the meeting.

Peeved at the Eamcet-2 leakage that got a blot on the government, the Chief Minister is learnt to have shared his views on further steps of either scrap the examination or to pave the way for the top rankers and innocent students to pursue medicine by seriously punishing those involved in the scam.

The Chief Minister reportedly discussed the protests by the students and their parents against the cancellation of the exam. He is said to have focused on the High Court’s action of setting aside the GO and next possible steps of moving the Supreme Court.

The State government has apparently got headache over the scam report confirmed by the CID sleuths that showed an increase in the number of students as indulging in malpractices to about 150 students from 25 to 30 students, who allegedly paid up to Rs 50 lakh to Rs 70 lakh for the leaked paper.

According to reports, investigation is to find whether Eamcet-1 was also leaked and the scam was not confined to just Telangana and spread to other States.

It is understood that the meeeting discussed the immediate steps to strengthen the varsities and standards to be maintained.

Meanwhile, DGP Anurag Sharma on Friday called on the Chief Minister and submitted a report on Eamcet-2 leakage and irregularities involved.

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