The six-member committee on the CET for PhD admission has been asked to examine the existing selection procedure for conducting CET for PhD admissions as per the UGC guidelines and submit a report
Hyderabad: Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) chairman Prof T Papi Reddy on Saturday constituted two committees – one on common entrance test for PhD admissions in six conventional universities and another to study cluster system for colleges, courses and sharing material.
The six-member committee on the CET for PhD admissions comprises TSCHE vice-chairman-I Prof R Limbadri, vice-chairman-II Prof V Venkata Ramana, Osmania University Vice-Chancellor Prof D Ravinder, Kakatiya University Vice-Chancellor Prof T Ramesh, Mahatma Gandhi University Vice-Chancellor Prof Ch Gopal Reddy and OU Centre for Distance Education Director Prof GB Reddy.
The committee has been asked to examine the existing selection procedure for conducting common entrance test for PhD admissions as per the UGC guidelines and submit a report within a fortnight.
The committee to study cluster system includes TSCHE vice-chairman-I Prof R Limbadri, vice-chairman-II Prof V Venkata Ramana, Commissioner of Collegiate Education Navin Mittal, OU Vice-Chancellor Prof D Ravinder, JNTU-Hyderabad Vice-Chancellor Prof Katta Narasimha Reddy and Dr BR Ambedkar Open University Vice-Chancellor Prof Seeta Rama Rao. They were asked to work out modalities and study the intricacies in transferring the credits and sharing resources available in the cluster system and submit a report within a fortnight.
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