Hyderabad: Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari today disclosed that 71,317 candidates out of 1,05,382 examinees qualified in DEECET 2015 conducted on August 9.
Speaking to mediapersons at the Secretariat here on Monday, the Education Minister, while releasing the results, said 67.67 per cent of the candidates qualified in the examination. The government would notify admissions in first week of September. A total of 14,500 seats are available in 268 government and private colleges, he said.
The minister maintained that 100 hostel buildings were constructed for the existing 182 ideal schools to accommodate 10,000 girls. Most of these buildings were inaugurated during Grama Jyothi program, he said, adding that admissions will commence in September. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao ordered appointment of Vidya volunteers to ensure that the students do not lose their academic year.
Details pertaining to vacant teacher posts will be received after completion of rationalization and transfers, he said. District-level committees headed by Collectors concerned will appoint them based on guidelines to be issued by the government soon, Srihari said. He also said the government will take a decision to recruit teachers through DSC next year as it has taken stock of the details of working teachers, vacancies and number of students in various schools.
On the Right to Education implementation, Srihari said the government would take a policy decision to use its funds for strengthening the schools, offer training to the teachers. (NSS)