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TS CPGET 2022: In the latest revision made to the Telangana Common Post Graduate Entrance Test (TS CPGET) 2022, the exam has seen some significant changes. As per these modifications, beginning from AY 2022-23, students with a BTech, MBBS, BDS, B.Pharm, or any other undergraduate degrees are eligible to apply for admission to six conventional universities for postgraduate programmes in History, Political Science, Economics, Public Administration, English, and Telugu.
Previously, there were rigid eligibility criteria for admission which only allowed candidates to postgraduate courses who studied one subject in their UG degree and received a minimum of 40% marks.
This decision to make the admission criteria more flexible was made at a meeting on Monday chaired by the Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) Chairman with the vice-chancellors from these six conventional universities, including Osmania University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kakatiya University, Telangana University, Satavahana University, and Palamuru University.
"The notice for CPGET 2022 will be released before the end of this month, May 2022," Professor Limbadri said. "Osmania University, as last year, will conduct CPGET Entrance Exam 2022 for all PG programmes provided by the conventional universities."
Aside from that, the national integration quota in PG programmes has been increased from 5% to 20% beginning with the following academic year, 2022-23. These additional seats are referred to as the 'Supernumerary Seats' which will be created for the candidates admitted under the national integration quota. This decision would make it easier for aspirants from all around the nation to pursue postgraduate studies in the state of Telangana. It will apply to all campuses, constituent and other affiliated institutions. The respective universities would decide the fee structure for the courses covered under this quota.
Along with the rest, it has also been agreed to establish an academic bank of credits at higher educational institutions. Osmania and Kakatiya Universities have been tasked with developing an action plan for the implementation of this scheme in institutions having an 'A' rating from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).
Moreover, a total of thirty colleges designated by the Central government would be trained for NAAC rating in the three districts (viz., Kumaran Bheem Asifabad, Bhadradri Kothagudem, and Bhupalpally). As a result, a meeting with the college administration has been planned for May 20 with the NAAC director and the TSCHE officials in attendance.
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