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The leakage of the EAMCET 2016 question papers have created a sense of restlessness and apprehension among the candidates and their guardians as they stay unsure about the implications of this incident on their examination ranks and their admission into the state medical colleges.


Qualifying the Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test examination (EAMCET) is an essential criterion to gain admission into the various courses and degrees offered by the Universities and educational institutions of Andhra Pradesh.

Held on 9th July, 2016, the exam was organized and monitored by the JNTU (Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad), Hyderabad. The results were declared on 14th July, and out of a total of 50,961 students who had appeared in EAMCET MBBS and BDS 2016 examination, 47,644 candidates qualified the examination.


Following certain reports and complaints regarding the leakage of the question papers from the media and the students and their guardians, the JNTU officials have decided to delve deeper into the matter.

Intrigued by the top ranks secured by many students who had not scored well in EAMCAT I, the students raised doubts and staged a protest demanding an official probe into the situation by EAMCET authority. They were supported by student groups like AISF (All India Students Federation), ASFI (Activists of Student Federation of India) and several other groups.


The JNTU officials have responded to the situation by requesting the Director General of Police of Telangana to conduct a thorough investigation into the allegations by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).

Furthermore, the Departmental Chief Minister of Telangana has also ordered a departmental inquiry to get a proper justification of the complaints raised by the students.

The EAMCET officials have supported the investigation by proving the police authorities with the contact information of the students who scored higher in EAMCAT II than EAMCAT I. The police will be verifying the allegations by talking to these students and their guardians.

Although the Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari has denied the allegations, he has assured that they will conduct a complete enquiry with the health authority, educational authority and the CID and will not spare anyone if found guilty and will get a proper justification of the raised allegations as soon as possible.

The students are already stressed as they had to give the EAMCET 2016 exam twice owing to the dilemma over the Supreme Court’s decision regarding a centralised medical examination. This incident has further burdened the students with tension regarding their admission into colleges and their career path that lay ahead.

In the meantime, the students from Warangal have claimed that the online counselling for EAMCET II scheduled to be held on 25th July, 2016 should be suspended.


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