Hyderabad: Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) is making elaborate arrangements for conduct of online Common Entrance Tests (CETs) including the Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (TS-EAMCET) 2018.
The TSCHE Chairman T Papi Reddy on Tuesday held a review meeting with conveners of all the CETs. As these entrance tests are being held online for the first time, all the centres have been taken under control by the concerned conveners and sanitised.
The officials have been instructed to lay more emphasis on the centres which are hosting the examinations for the first time and also address issues relating to online payment of fee by the students.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University-Hyderabad (JNTU-H) is holding the EAMCET mock test on April 19 and 20. During the meeting, officials concerning conduct of Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test (TS-ICET) have asked the TSCHE to permit them to hold the mock tests.
The officials have been instructed to ensure that all the centres have adequate power back and also buffer systems. The candidates will be allowed into the centres two hours before commencement of the test. Biometric details of the students will be recorded and are directed to their respective computers.
“We are going through the centres and all the systems have been sanitised. We are ensuring good UPS backup and also power generators. Loopholes if any can be rectified after EAMCET mock test,” an official said.
The TS-EAMCET will be held from May 2 to 7, whereas Telangana State Engineering Common Entrance Test is on May 9, TS-ICET on May 23 and 24 and Telangana State PGECET from May 28 to 31. Similarly, the Telangana State Education Common Entrance Test will be held on May 31 and June 1.