APECET: venue shifted for 1,135 candidates
By The Hindu 29-Apr-2019
Vice-Chancellor S. Sreenivasa Kumar of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur, which is organising the State-wide common entrance test, said at a press conference here on Sunday that due to the Election Commission of India’s taking over of 14 college buildings for storing EVMs in Andhra Pradesh, and an increase of 4,700 candidates from last year organisers had to ask some students to take the test in Hyderabad.
The Vice-Chancellor said the problem arose as the acquisition of college buildings for strongrooms was done after planning for conduct of the ECET was posted on the website and organising it in two batches was not possible as it meant another set of question papers had to be prepared and permission taken for that.
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