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The Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao has called a meeting with the education ministers and officials at his camp office on Friday. The CID’s investigation report on the paper leak is expected to be submitted to the government on Friday morning at the location. The report will be discussed in the meeting and the CM will take a decision on cancelling Eamcet and ordering a re-exam.
CMO officials are in constant touch with deputy CM holding the education portfolio, Mr Kadiam Srihari, and minister for medical education, Mr C. Laxma Reddy, on Thursday and sought various details on Eamcet.
Special chief secretary of Higher Education, Mr Ranjeev R. Acharya, and principal secretary of Medical and Health, Mr Rajeshwar Tiwari, have been asked to attend the meeting with all the details on the implications of holding the Eamcet again.
The TS Council of Higher Education and JNTU-Hyderabad, which conduct Eamcet, have apparently readied an exhaustive report to be submitted to the government on the timetable for holding Eamcet-3 and for completion of medical admission counselling within the MCI stipulated deadlines as mandated by the Supreme Court.
TSCHE chairman Mr T. Papi Reddy and newly-appointed JNTU-H V-C Prof. A. Venugopal Reddy will brief the roadmap for conducting Eamet-3. As per the MCI schedule, the first round of counselling should end by June 25, second round by July 27 and third round by September 10. The cut-off date for MBBS admissions is September 17.
Classes should commence from September 1. The due date up to which students can be admitted against vacancies arising is September 30. In this backdrop, the government is left with less than 50 days to conduct the exam, release results and complete the admission process.
Officials have devised the Eamcet-3 schedule to meet the September 10 deadline.

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