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Counseling in Minority B.Ed Colleges started

Wednesday, 17 October 2012
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Hyderabad, October 17:

Counseling for admissions into B.Ed course began under Single Window II System in Minority Colleges at Veterinary Biological Association Hall at Shanthinagar yesterday.

The second phase of counseling for physical Sciences, Biological Sciences and English will be held today. For Social Studies, it will be on 18th October and for all subjects it will be on 19th October.

Mr. Zafar Javeed, Secretary of Consortium of Minority Educational Institutions told that the selected candidates will be given the selection letter. They have to report to their respective colleges on 23rd October. The fees for B.Ed. is Rs.13, 500 and special fees is Rs.3, 000. In additions to this candidates have to pay Rs.300 towards registration fees and Rs.600 towards counseling fees.

Candidates whose parents’ income is less than Rs.one lakh per annum have to produce income certificate from Mandal Revenue Officer to claim exemption of fees.

----Siasat News

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