Inter students throng to JNTU over discrepancies in TS EAMCET results
08-10-2020 Thu 17:05
Inter Students have made a beeline to JNTU, Hyderabad, after reporting discrepancies in TS EAMCET results. They have elaborated on their concerns before the officials of JNTU. The students' parents have been expressing their anguish as the counseling process begins from October 9th, i.e., tomorrow. Professor Govardhan, Telangana EAMCET Convenor, reacting to the controversy before TV9, said they had followed the proper rules for giving the ranks. He said some of the students failed to fill the columns properly in the application form, and hence they could not get the ranks. He said they have clearly instructed the students on application forms filling up and added that they have begun the process.
Professor Govardhan said they are in touch with the AP and Telangana Board and clarified the students' data aspect. He said, by doing so, the said discrepancies in TS EAMCET results can be sorted out. He has suggested students and parents not to be panic on this issue.
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