Revanth Reddy demands postponement of TET exam
Hyderabad, June 10 (Maxim News): TPCC president A. Revanth Reddy today demanded that the State government postpone TET examinations scheduled to be held on June 12. He told the State government that RRB examination and TET examination had been scheduled on the same day and added that it was not proper for the State government to hold the TET exam on the same day as that of RRB.
The TPCC chief, in his tweet, said the aspirants of different jobs would suffer a lot due to the conduct of the two examinations on the same day. He asked the State government that it can hold the TET on any other day.
NSUI activists obstruct minister’s convoy
Meanwhile, the activists of NSUI have obstructed the convoy of Education Minister Sabita Indra Reddy in Meerpet demanding her to postpone TET examination scheduled to be held on June 12. The activists tried to submit a representation to the minister urging her to postpone the exam. However they were not allowed to meet the minister by police. Left with no option, they stopped the convoy of the minister. The police arrested Ranga Reddy district NSUI president Vishnuvardhan Reddy and other activists. They later took the activists to Meerpet police station. (Maxim News)
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