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Free coaching for NEET, EAMCET in Telangana

Free coaching

Free coaching for Candidates who have already registered for NEET and TS EAMCET (AM) – 2019 and secured minimum 60 per cent marks in Intermediate or those who have passed Intermediate first year with a minimum 60 per cent marks and appeared for second year Examinations are eligible for admission.

The Centre for Educational Development of Minorities (CEDM) is inviting applications from candidates belonging to minority communities viz. Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Parsees and Jains for free coaching programme for NEET and EAMCET (English Medium) to be offered from April 1 to 30.

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In a press release issued here, the CEDM Director, SA Shukoor said candidates who have already registered for NEET and TS EAMCET (AM) – 2019 and secured minimum 60 per cent marks in Intermediate or those who have passed Intermediate first year with a minimum 60 per cent marks and appeared for second year Examinations are eligible for admission.

Free coaching

Students who secured minimum 60 per cent marks in Intermediate or those who have passed Intermediate first year with a minimum 60 per cent marks and appeared for second year Examinations are eligible for admission.

Candidates who have already registered for NEET and TS EAMCET (AM) – 2019 and secured minimum 60 per cent marks in Intermediate or those who have passed Intermediate first year with a minimum 60 per cent marks and appeared for second year Examinations are eligible for admission.

Interested candidates can submit before March 30 their application along with copies of Intermediate I/ II year memo of marks, Intermediate II year hall ticket, NEET / EAMCET (AM) – 2019 online form, Aadhaar copy and two passport size photographs at the centres i.e., Centre for Educational Development of Minorities, Nizam College, Hyderabad, Govt. High School, Zaheerabad, Tabarak High School, Hatai Street, Nizamabad or NTR Govt. Degree College for Women, Mahabubnagar.

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