Govt.’s order creates difficulties for students
Hyderabad: In Andhra Pradesh assembly elections are over but the difficulties of Muslim students who are seeking admission in B.Ed have increased because, for obtaining duplicate Transfer Certificate (TC), verification from police and an affidavit are required and all this consumes much time. The last date for submission of admission forms and TC was May 7.
According to an order issued by the state's department of education, students belonging to minority communities seeking admission to professional coures, will now have to submit TCs of SSC. Muslim and Christian students desirous of seeking admission to B.Ed are required to submit this TCs along with their application forms. When some students explained their difficulties to the concerned officials they expressed their inability to do anything as there was an officiating government in Andhra Pradesh at present. The new government will be set up after May 10 and by that time the date of submission of applications will expire.
Students allege that some officers in league with college authorities want to block admission of students of minority communities and want to fill them up by other candidates after demanding huge donations from them. They allege that authorities of the colleges and education department are complicit in this business.
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