The supreme court today announced it’s final Judgement in EAMCET counselling case. The following are the Highlights of the Supreme court’s verdict
A Bench of Justices S.J. Mukhopadahya and S.A. Bobde, made it clear that the counselling date cannot be extended beyond August 31. The court dismissed the Telangana Government’s plea to extend the date for EAMCET counselling by 3 months.
The bench ordered the Telangana Government to complete the Counselling before August 31. Further the bench also said there could be no question of preference being given to `locals’ in admission to colleges within Telangana.
The Bench told Mr. Salve(senior counsel for Telangana) that those students who took the Eamcet examination were entitled to get admission to any of the colleges of their choice and this benefit could not be denied merely because the State had been divided.
The Bench has ordered the two states (Andhra Pradesh and Telangana) to finish the EAMCET counseling below August 31st preaching that the bifurcation should not affect the future of students. The court has also ordered the states to complete the admissions till September first week.
The Bench made it clear that the nativity of the Students should not be considered for the admission in Engineering and Medical colleges.